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Dreams, Art, and the Unconscious: A Jungian Perspective

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” - C.G. Jung Carl Jung saw both dreams and art (including paintings and poetry) as expressions of the unconscious. Of dreams he wrote, “The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest…

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Active Imagination

"From the beginning I had conceived my voluntary confrontation with the unconscious as a scientific experiment which I myself was conducting and in whose outcome I was vitally interested. Today I might equally well say that it was an experiment which was being conducted on me." - C.G. Jung, Memories,…

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Embodiment: The Body as a Gateway to Presence

Erin Geesaman Rabke and Carl Rabke met in their early 20s when they both worked at the Oasis Cafe. In their first conversation they discovered that they had both been walking very similar paths—including practicing in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and studying Tai Chi and Yoga. After a few years…

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Jung and the Inner World

“This inner world is truly infinite, in no way poorer than the outer one. Man lives in two worlds.” - C.G. Jung In Carl Jung’s memoir, he wrote of experiencing an “other,” inner reality, in addition to the outer world. He believed in balancing identification with the external world by…

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Robert Waggoner on the Transformative Potential of Lucid Dreaming

Author and dream expert Robert Waggoner will share his insights about lucid dreaming at the Jung Society of Utah’s spectacular season opener the weekend of October 2, 2015. He answers some questions about lucid dreaming and its extraordinary potential for advancing personal and spiritual growth in the interview below. Robert…

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