Video Access: C.G. Jung’s AION by Rose Holt; for Scholarship Fund Benefit (Zoom Lecture)

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Scholarship Fund Benefit! All proceeds from this event will be donated to the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis Scholarship Fund by Rose Holt!

AION is perhaps Jung’s most challenging and difficult work but also one of his richest. In this lecture, Rose will present information and insights from this text that are directly relevant to our understanding and experience of the Christian era and to our own developing sense of self-identity. Jungian psychology, at root, attempts to provide some answers to the essential and deeply personal questions of life: “Who am I?” and “How then shall I live?” AION provides a large and coherent frame from which we might better explore these questions.

Learning objectives:

  1. Participants will better understand the significance of religious traditions in the development of personality and consciousness.
  2. Practitioners will be better able to navigate the areas of difficulty for many people whose experiences of religion have been problematic.
  3. Participants will better understand the frame of the Christian era and, thus, the impact and influence of that frame on their continuing development of consciousness.
  4. Participants, whether affiliated with a particular religious tradition or not, will gain tools from Jungian thought that can facilitate their continuing maturation of personality.

Rose F. Holt, M.A., is a Jungian analyst in private practice in St. Louis and is a member of the Chicago Association of Jungian Analysts, the Interregional Society of Jungian Analysts, and the Heartland Association of Jungian Analysts. She received her Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago in 2001. She served for 12 years as the Advisory Analyst to the C. G. Jung Society of St. Louis. Rose has taught numerous courses in all facets of Jungian psychology and has authored articles and essays on the topic. She maintains a blog, “Jungian Psychology,” at Contact: