114 - Art and Mystery: Carl Jung's Red Book
Thursday, January 30, 2020
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
USN - Room 1135
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What is this large, mysterious book, written and illustrated over many years in the early 1900's by psychologist Carl Jung? Jung called it his "voluntary confrontation with the unconscious." Is it a work of genius or of madness? Why was it locked in a bank vault and not published until 2009? Why did Jung call his years working on this "the most important years of my life" and the source of all of his later work until his death in 1961? ADELE TYLER, mother of USN alumni, certified life coach, and a founding member of the Nashville Jung Circle, will unlock the secrets of the Red Book, viewing the illustrations, prose, and calligraphy that make it not only a work of art but a profound psychological work.