May 14th – 15th, 2010 – Jenny Yates returned to present on The Red Book. With her related presence, astute knowledge of the material and great sense of humor, she guided us through many of the images in Jung’s most recently published work. She associated not only what period of time he produced a given piece of artwork, but what was happening in his life at each “snapshot” so that we had an idea of what may have prompted him to produce the images and text he did. Saturday, she drew on our individual perspectives/experiences for us to amplify on a more personal level. The Red Book will indeed take many years to explore and unravel, but now we have somewhere to start after Dr. Yates gave us an incredible foothold into the material. Thank you Dr. Yates!
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