Type Land Only
Departure Date Sunday, May 24th, 2020
Return Date Monday, June 1st, 2020
Final Payment Date
Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Depart USA for Zurich. Air tickets are not included.
6:30 PM Meeting for welcome dinner
Excursion to Kesswil & Rhein Falls
Visit Kesswil along the shore of Lake Constance and Schaffhausen where you will hike around the Rheinfall. Dialogue with Maria Taveras, NYAAP; ‘Jung and the Visual Arts.
Kusnacht C.G. Jung Institute and C.G. Jung House Museum
Departure to Kusnacht. Visit to the C.G. Jung House with a private guided tour. Dialogue with Jungian Analyst Maria Taveras, NYAAP.
Kusnacht Jung Institute
Depart to go to Burghölzli psychiatric hospital. Dialogue with a Zurich based Jungian analyst and Maria Taveras, NYAAP. ‘C. G. Jung’s experiences at the Burgholzli.’
The Burgholzli Psychiatric Clinic, affiliated with the University of Zurich, was an important station in Jung’s life. He began working there as a young assistant doctor shortly after completing his medical studies in 1900, and departed as the Assistant Director under Professor Eugen Bleuler in 1909. It was Beuler introduced him to the work of Sigmund Freud, and started Jung on his Word Association Experiments, which eventually led to his theory of the complexes. His research had been designed to test Freud’s ideas. It was in Burgholzli that Jung also began working with his first psychoanalytic patient, Sabina Spielrein, who not only recovered, but went on to become a psychiatrist herself, working with both Jung and Freud, and contributing original ideas to the psychoanalytic movement.
Excursion to C.G. JUNG BOLLINGEN TOWER
Morning transfer to the Bollingen Tower at the other end of Lake Zurich. Visit Bollingen and Jung’s tower. A talk on the History of the Bollingen Tower and its significance for C.G. Jung by a Zurich based Jungian Analyst. Hiking around Lake Zurich. Dinner at a local restaurant. Optional concert in the evening (ticket price additional).
Robert Hinshaw, Ph.D., has lived and worked in Switzerland since the early 1970s. He began training at the old C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich (located in the Psychology Club building) and helped to run Spring Publications in its early years. The first generation of Jungian psychoanalysts were his teachers, who later on became his authors and friends. Today he is a training analyst/supervisor and faculty member at the Zurich Jung Institute, and publisher of Jungian and related literature at Daimon Verlag publishng house. He attended his first Eranos Conference in 1972, became a student member of the staff, and has maintained an active relationship with Eranos throughout the years.
Bollingen Tower interior
Bollingen Tower as seen from Lake Zurich
Bollingen Front Entrance
Meet in the Conference Room
Ulrich Hoerni became the first president and director of the newly established Foundation of the Works of C.G.Jung in 2007 and is a former manager of the Executive Committee of the Community of Heirs of C.G.Jung. He earned a degree in architecture at the Swiss Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH). He is a grandson of C.G.Jung. Since 1993, he was involved in the preparations for the publication of works by C.G.Jung, including The Red Book, The Art of C.G.Jung, The ETH Lectures (forthcoming) and several correspondence volumes.
Unearthing Jung’s Visual Work: An Inside Report of 20 Years of Research
C.G.Jung’s life was deeply entrenched in visual work and thinking. However, he published very few images of his visual work during his lifetime. Accordingly, his creative output remained scantily documented in the edition of the Collected Works. His memoir (Memories Dreams Reflections) mentions a number of objects but without reproductions. Consequently, Jungs artistic œuvre and its significance for his lifework fell into oblivion for a considerable number of years. Ulrich Hoerni in 1993 began to pick up the pieces of this lost treasure, tracing the whereabouts and the history of Jung’s rich creative legacy. The project of inventorying and re-constructing the remaining corpus of Jung’s visual works resembled the assembly of an unknown jigsaw puzzle of a lot of small pieces of text and visual sources. Based on concrete examples, this presentation will demonstrate what questions, problems and surprises the quest for the identification and classification of the objects brought, and what principles were applied when presenting this material in the publication of The Art of C.G.Jung.
In working with dreams, consciousness encounters the unconscious. These two parts of our self are so wholly different that for consciousness, the encounter is like Alice entering Wonderland- profound and alien, expansive and confusing. Consciousness tries to understand but almost by definition gets it wrong not because the unconscious is deceptive but because its perspective is so different. Dreams tell us something we do not already know but in a language we often do not understand. The value in trying is that working with dreams begins to illuminate the invisible roots beneath our ordinary, day to day world. The unconscious shows us the big picture underlying our lives.
Dr. NANCY ROBINSON-KIME is a Clinical Psychologist and Jungian Analyst. She has been in private practice since 1989 in Los Angeles, California and since 2009 in Zurich. Dr. Robinson-Kime teaches at the CG Jung Institute, Zurich and is on the Board of directors of the CG Jung Foundation, Zurich.
A Jungian Aesthetic: Art, Active Imagination, and the Creative Process
This paper discusses the prospects for a Jungian aesthetic. In the history of modern art there is, in Surrealism, a famous Freudian aesthetic based on free association and inquires why, in contrast, there is no Jungian aesthetic based on active imagination. The paper addresses the ambivalent, even contradictory, attitudes that Jung exhibits toward art and aesthetics in relation to the psyche (and especially in relation to the anima). It emphasizes that Jung ultimately argues that “aesthetic formulation” is psychologically just as necessary and just as valuable as “understanding.”
Dream Art Sculpture: Emergence of the Winged Serpent
Maria Taveras is a Jungian Analyst in private practice based in New York City. She is a graduate and former Board member of the C.G. Jung Institute of New York. She is also an award-winning painter and sculptor of Dream Art. To investigate the unconscious sources of creativity, she paints and sculpts images from her own dreams. Taveras has received two Gradiva Awards from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis for her Dream Art. She is a faculty member for the C.G. Jung Foundation of Analytical Psychology in New York City.
Morning visit to the Kunsthaus
Morning visit to the Kunsthaus art museum and afternoon excursion to Gommiswald. Visit Franz Museum in Gommiswald. Lecture and discussion: C.G. Jung and Modern: Picasso. Hiking in the vicinity.
Return to Zurich for farewell dinner and closing discussions.
Transfer to the airport by bus for the majority passengers who will be leaving around the same time.
This trip is designed to explore some of the major places where Jung (1875-1961) lived and was active as a psychoanalyst. We will land in Zurich and take Zurich as our base. Jung is one of the leading psychoanalysts of the twentieth century and left a huge impact on the field of psychoanalysis. We will follow the traces of his Lebenswelt in Zurich and vicinity with an emphasis on his development and practice as a psychoanalyst. We will start with a tour of the first places Jung found himself on our planet and visit Kesswil and Laufen where his father, Paul Achilles Jung was a rural pastor. In 1900 Jung started working at the Burghölzlipsychiatric hospital in Zürich with Eugen Bleuler. In addition to the Burghölzli, we will visit the C. G. Jung institute of Zurich and Jung’s house at Seestrasse in Küsnacht, the Rheinfall, his country house known as Bollingen, and Jung’s tower (from outside). During our visits we will interact and have dialogues with Jungian analysts and scholars and explore the many aspects of Jungian psychoanalysis.
Hotel Sorell Saint Peter
In Gassen 10, 8001 Zurich Switzerland
Sorell Hotel St. Peter is a brand new property which is set to open at some point in 2019 with 40 rooms. The hotel is situated in the middle of the pedestrian zone in the historic old town. The most important spots, such as Paradeplatz, Lake Zurich, the main station, museums and theatres, are all within walking distance
• 7 nights’ accommodation, double occupancy, at Hotel Sorell Saint Peter in Zurich
• Buffet breakfast daily and 4 dinners
• Assistance of a fulltime English-speaking tour director / guide
• Deluxe coach for transportation as per itinerary
• Visits as per itinerary with entrance fees
• Leadership by Maria Taveras, Jungian analyst.
• Lectures by Maria Taveras and other local Jungian experts
• International flights between the US and Zurich
• Single supplement + $1045.-
• Tickets for optional Opera or musical events
• Trip cancellation and or travel insurance
Price $4,245 per person, based on a shared room to be
paid in full by March 20, 2020
Early bird special – $3995 if the deposit
is received by Feb. 10, 2020
Single supplement + $1045
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• Balance due March 20, 2020
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Maria Taveras is a Jungian analyst in New York City with many years of experience in private practice. She is a faculty member at the C.G. Jung Foundation and a former board member at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York and the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She is also an artist who paints and sculpts archetypal images from her own dreams. She is the recipient of two Gradiva Awards from the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis for her “Dream Art.” Her paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in New York, London, Cape Town, Montreal, San Francisco, and Berkeley. She has recently published two important articles – “Dream Art: Sculpting the Psyche” and “A Jungian Aesthetic: Art, Active Imagination, and the Creative Process.” In 2013, Taveras presented her paper “A Jungian Aesthetic: Art, Active Imagination, and the Creative Process” at the International Congress of the IAAP in Copenhagen. In 2015, she was a keynote speaker at the conference of the Moscow Association for Analytical Psychology. In 2017, she presented a Master Class on Dream Art at the PEREPOSTMODERN Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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