Jungian psychotherapy includes befriending the drive to become conscious, respecting the tension of archetypal opposites, valuing differences, appreciating universal and unique features of symbols, and fostering ethical instincts.
The C.G. Jung Institute keeps the Northern California community engaged with Jungian contributions in all of these areas through education and clinical services.
Donations to the Institute are tax-deductible.
In the video below, Community members reflect on the Institute’s future.
UPCOMING EVENTS FREE TO OUR DONORS
This presentation will focus on Whitley Strieber’s autobiographical COMMUNION (1987) and the avalanche of letters it sparked from people who found in it a mirror of their own abduction experiences. Whitley’s wife, Anne (1946-2015), concluded that the UFO phenomenon, rather than otherworldly technology, is about the nature and destiny of the soul. The alien “has something to do with the dead.” Jeffrey Kripal will seize on this insight and share a series of recent events involving communications he and others received from Anne, despite the fact that she is “dead.”
JEFFREY J. KRIPAL holds the J. Newton Rayzor Chair in Philosophy and Religious Thought at Rice University. His writing and research seeks to put “the impossible” back on the table of the study of religion, offering a ‘New Comparativism’ to catalyze between the sciences and the humanities a more robust and even-handed conversation. Dr. Kripal has recently been mapping a “Super Story” of the mythology emerging from paranormal communities and individual visionaries. Among his many books are:
MUTANTS AND MYSTICS: SCIENCE FICTION, SUPERHERO COMICS, AND THE PARANORMAL
AUTHORS OF THE IMPOSSIBLE: THE PARANORMAL AND THE SACRED
THE SUPER NATURAL: WHY THE UNEXPLAINED IS REAL, COAUTHORED WITH WHITLEY STREIBER
KALI’S CHILD: THE MYSTICAL AND THE EROTIC IN THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF RAMAKRISHNA
If you wish to become a donor and attend this event:
MOVING THE JUNG INSTITUTE
To serve its mission sustainably, the Institute needs to relocate to a building that is accessible to all people, including those facing mobility challenges, and that has adequate space for the low-fee psychotherapy clinic and the public education programs. Our vision is to purchase a centrally located building that is served by public transit, in reach of parking, and that can be made functional and gracious.
This 2017-18 fiscal year we must raise $450,000 to complete the Building Campaign and support ongoing operations. Please join the nearly 300 donors who are making this once-in-a-lifetime move of the Institute a reality. Invest in our community’s future by making as generous a contribution as you can to the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco’s Building Fund today.
For more information, please contact Administrative Director Steve Hargis-Bullen (email@example.com; 415-771-8055, ext. *206). He looks forward to speaking with you.
Making the Institute Accessible (7-minute video)
The Jung Institute’s marriage of people, ideas, vision, and resources is unmatched! We hope you can see the Institute’s value and will decide to invest in its future.