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Inquiring Minds

THIS WEEK    |   Listen Online via Zoom    |    Meeting ID 863 9059 0096

“Dreams, Jung, and Reductive Compensations (Part 2)”

Carl Jung, the Swiss psychoanalyst, developed many new areas in the study of dreams. Some of his famous terms are Archetypes and Synchronicity. However, this week we will explore the process of fulfillment or “Individuation”. Specifically, this area helps a person stay balanced (conscious v. unconscious thoughts) using dreams. Also, when the ego becomes exaggerated, a process called “Reductive Compensations” can help reintroduce humility. Please join StoicDan for this fascinating discussion!

Reading Material

Psychology Today on Jung (see section 2)
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/dreaming-in-the-digital-age/202003/jung-s-theory-dreams-reappraisal-0

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (section on functions of dreaming)
https://stanford.library.sydney.edu.au/archives/spr2016/entries/dreams-dreaming/#FunDre

 

ABOUT US

Our Inquiring Minds group meets to discuss a chosen topic in an informal setting. Subjects include religion, current events, politics, and science, among others. Drop-in visitors are always welcome. Inquiring Minds information is also available at the Plato’s Cave meetup website: meetup.com/PlatosCave

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Date

Apr 03 2022
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Time

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Location

Zoom
Zoom

Zoom meetings are online, video-conferencing meetings. It does require the installation of free software to your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Link to the particular Zoom location will be found in the event description.

Organizer

Stephen Hall
Stephen Hall
Email
hallsorl@earthlink.net
Website
https://www.meetup.com/PlatosCave/

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