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Myths and Fairytales

April 17-19

Timetable

Friday: 19h00 – 20h15
Experiential Group
Charlie Brittain
Friday: 20h15 – 20h40
Break
Friday: 20h40 – 22h00
Clinical Seminar
Moira Duckworth
Saturday: 09h30 – 11h00
Jung Studies 1: Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche
Archetypal Theory: Jung’s original concepts & current views
Martin Stone
Saturday: 11h00 – 11h30
Break
Saturday: 11h30 – 13h00
Jung Studies 2: Clinical applications of key concepts in analytical psychology
Archetypal Theory: Jungian concepts & clinical applications
Martin Stone
Saturday: 13h00 – 14h00
Lunch
Saturday: 14h00 – 15h15
Contemporary themes in analytical psychology: Seminar 1
The Quest as symbol of the journey of individuation
Antonia Boll
Saturday: 15h15 – 15h30
Break
Saturday: 15h30 – 17h00
Contemporary themes in analytical psychology: Seminar 2
Myths and fairy tales : our favourite stories
Antonia Boll
Sunday: 09h30 – 11h00
Contemporary themes in analytical psychology: Seminar 3
“and they lived happily ever after…” metaphors for the inner marriage
Antonia Boll
Sunday: 11h00 – 11h30
Break
Sunday: 11h30 – 13h00
Contemporary themes: Seminar 4
The Archetype of the Fool

Dr. Carola Mathers

Reading List

JUNG STUDIES 1: THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE PSYCHE Archetypal Theory: Jung’s original concepts and post-Jungian ideas

READING LIST for Jung Studies Seminars ()

1. From Collected Works of CG Jung, volume and paragraph numbers:

ESSENTIAL reading
– The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious CW 9i: 1 – 86 & 87 – 92
– Psychological aspects of the mother archetype CW 9i: 148 – 198

Recommended reading
– Anima and Animus CW 7: 296 – 340
– The Self CW 9ii: 43 – 67
– The psychology of the child archetype CW 9i: 259 – 305
– The phenomenology of the spirit in fairytales CW 9i: 384 – 455
– The psychological foundations of belief in spirits CW 8: 570 – 600

2. JAP papers on archetypal themes:

ESSENTIAL reading
McDowell, M .J. (2001) Principle of organization: a dynamic systems view of the archetype as such JAP 46:4
Merchant, J (2009) A reappraisal of classical archetype theory and its implications for theory and practice JAP 54:3

Background future reading
Cambray, J (2006) Towards the feeling of emergence JAP 51:1
Goodwyn, E (2010) Approaching archetypes: reconsidering innateness JAP 55:4
plus responses from Knox, Merchant, Hogenson & Goodwyn JAP 55:4
––––––– (2013) Recurrent motifs as resonant attractor states in the narrative field JAP 58:3
Hogenson, G (2001) The Baldwin effect: a neglected influence on C G Jung’s evolutionary thinking JAP 46:4
Kalsched, D (1998) Archetypal defenses in the clinical situation JAP 43:1
Knox, J (2001) Memories, fantasies, archetypes JAP 46:4
Merchant, J (2009) A reappraisal of classical archetype theory and its implications for theory and practice JAP 54:3
Pietikainen, P (1998) Archetypes as symbolic forms JAP 43:3
plus responses from Stevens, Hogenson, Solomon & Pietikainen JAP 43:3
Roesler, C (2012) Are archetypes transmitted more by culture then biology? JAP 57:2
plus response from Martin-Vallas JAP 58:2
Saunders, P & Skar, P (2001) Archetypes, complexes and self-organization JAP 46:2
Solomon, H (1991) Archetypal psychology and object relations theory: history and commonalities JAP 36:3
Tresan, D (1996) Jungian metapsychology and neurobiological theory JAP 41:3
Van Eenwyk, J (1991) Archetypes: the strange attractors of the psyche JAP 36:1

CONTEMPORARY THEMES IN ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY Myths and fairy tales, European and worldwide, including the structure and function of myth; the archetype of the Fool

ESSENTIAL Reading for Contemporary Themes Seminars 1, 2 and 3 (Antonia Boll )

Campbell, Joseph (1973), The Call to Adventure pp 49-58 in Part 1 The Adventure of the Hero, The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Princeton / Bollingen

Kalsched, Donald (1996), Part II Introduction and Chapter 7 Rapunzel and the Self-care system pp 141 – 165, The Inner World of Trauma : Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit Routledge

Stein, M and Corbett (eds) (1991), Chapter entitled ‘Allerleirau’ by Julia Jewett, pages 17-26, in Psyche’s Stories Volume 1 : Modern Jungian Interpretations of Fairy Tales, Chiron

Stein, Murray (1983), Chapters 1 & 2 pp 7 – 44, In Midlife – A Jungian Perspective, Connecticut Spring Publications

ESSENTIAL Reading for Contemporary Themes Seminar 4 The Archetype of the Fool ( Dr. Carola Mathers):

Pollack, R (1986), Chapter 3, pp 24-28, in Part 1: the Major Arcana, Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom, Aquarian Press

Suzuki, S (1986) Prologue pp 21-22, Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind’, Weatherhill

Hillman, J (ed) (1989) pp 23-30, in ch 1, Senex and Puer, Puer Papers, Spring Publications

Jung, C.G. (1959), para 456 – 488, On the Psychology of the Trickster-Figure, The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious CW9i, Routledge

Recommended reading

Hillman, J (ed) (1989) pp 15-23, in ch 1, Senex and Puer, Puer Papers, Spring Publications

FOR THE FUTURE Background Book List

Adams, M V, (1997) Chapter 6, pp 101 – 118 ‘The Archetypal School’ in The Cambridge Companion to Jung, Cambridge University Press

Adams, Michael V. (2001), The Mythological Unconscious, London Karnac

Adler, Gerhard (1966) Studies in Analytical Psychology, New York GP Putnam

Campbell, J (1974) The Mythic Image, Princeton Bollingen

Eliade, M (1963) Myth and Reality, Harper and Row

Greene, L and Sasportas, H, The Development of the Personality Routledge (esp. chapter on the Puer / Senex polarity)

Hillman, James, (1979) Puer Papers, Dallas, Texas: Spring Publications.

Jacobi, Jolande (1959) Complex, Archetype, Symbol, Zurich: Bollingen

Von Franz, M-L (1977), Individuation in Fairy Tales, Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales, etc. USA Spring Publications

Baring, A and Cashford, J (1991) The Myth of the Goddess, Viking Penguin

Campbell, J (1949) The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Fontana

Hillman, James, (1983) Archetypal psychology, Dallas, Texas: Spring Publications.

Knox, J (2003) Archetype, attachment, analysis, Hove: Brunner Routledge.

Stevens, Anthony (1982) Archetype: a Natural History of the Self, London: Routledge

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