Established in 2008, this successful reading group is open to those with a shared interest in Jung. It aims to carry out a systematic reading of C.G. Jung’s original works and explore their signiﬁcance in academic and clinical contexts, including taking into account post-Jungian perspectives in analytical psychology. Last year, the group’s reading included Jung’s Introduction to the Secret of the Golden Flower and his commentaries on other Eastern Texts. In the coming academic year, the meetings of the group will take place online.
Who it is for:
The reading group is open to those with a shared interest in reading Jung’s works. Current participants include clinicians as well as graduates with academic backgrounds. Prior knowledge of subjects is not assumed, but the ability to openly engage with the reading material is an essential part of the group’s discussions.
The group is led by Katerina Saraﬁdou who will help select the monthly reading from Jung’s works, provide short introductions to the material and facilitate the discussion. Last year, the group’s reading included Jung’s monograph Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of Self.