Part of the conference West Meets East in Jung’s Psychology: A Dialogue. Purchase the full symposium for 30% off the individual titles!
Topics: Archetypes, Religion and Spirituality, Society and Culture.
After considering Jung’s interest in and resistance to Eastern thought, Murray Stein shares some personal experiences and reflections on contemporary interactions between Jungian psychoanalysis and modernizing Eastern cultures (Japan, Korea, China and India). One issue addressed is the “divided or dual identity” that analysts and students of Jungian psychology in Asia face. Another is how Jungian psychology has paradoxically both a modernizing and a retrieving-of-tradition impact in Asia.
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This video will help you summarize Jung’s dialogue with Eastern religions and cultures.
© 2014 Murray Stein
℗ 2014 CG Jung Institute of Chicago