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Red Book Dialogue featuring Jack Kornfield and Dyane Sherwood

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives.

To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, hosted a series of “Red Book Dialogue” between Jungian Analysts and leading teachers, writers, and artists. These conversations, brought together people who have challenged themselves to engage with their own depths, are designed to appeal to people both in and out of the psychological professions. In this way, the meaning of Jung’s journey can come to life in each of us.

Our second dialogue, between Jack Kornfield of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and Dyane Sherwood, analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, was held at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco on November 12, 2010.

An audio-only version of the dialogue is also available.

Originally recorded November 12, 2010 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, Ca.
Copyright © 2010 the Institute of Buddhist Studies

Red Book Dialogue featuring Jack Kornfield and Dyane Sherwood (audio only)

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives.

To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, hosted a series of “Red Book Dialogue” between Jungian Analysts and leading teachers, writers, and artists. These conversations, brought together people who have challenged themselves to engage with their own depths, are designed to appeal to people both in and out of the psychological professions. In this way, the meaning of Jung’s journey can come to life in each of us.

Our second dialogue, between Jack Kornfield of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and Dyane Sherwood, analyst member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, was held at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco on November 12, 2010.

This is an audio-only version of the dialogue. A video version is also available.

Originally recorded November 12, 2010 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, Ca.
Copyright © 2010 the Institute of Buddhist Studies

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Red Book Dialogue between Zoketsu Norman Fischer and Richard Stein

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives.

To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, hosted a series of “Red Book Dialogue” between Jungian Analysts and leading teachers, writers, and artists. These conversations, brought together people who have challenged themselves to engage with their own depths, are designed to appeal to people both in and out of the psychological professions. In this way, the meaning of Jung’s journey can come to life in each of us.

Our first dialogue, between Zoketsu Norman Fischer of San Francisco Zen Center and Jungian analyst Richard Stein, was held at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley on October 22, 2010.

An audio-only version of the dialogue is also available.

Originally recorded October 22, 2010 at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in the Jodo Shinshu Center, Berkeley, Ca.
Copyright © 2010 the Institute of Buddhist Studies

Red Book Dialogue between Zoketsu Norman Fischer and Richard Stein (audio version)

Enter into an exploration of C.G. Jung’s personal transformation as recorded in the Red Book and viewed from Buddhist perspectives.

To learn what the Red Book may mean to us know, the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, together with the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, hosted a series of “Red Book Dialogue” between Jungian Analysts and leading teachers, writers, and artists. These conversations, brought together people who have challenged themselves to engage with their own depths, are designed to appeal to people both in and out of the psychological professions. In this way, the meaning of Jung’s journey can come to life in each of us.

Our first dialogue, between Zoketsu Norman Fischer of San Francisco Zen Center and Jungian analyst Richard Stein, was held at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley on October 22, 2010.

This is an audio-only version of the dialogue. A video version is also available.

Originally recorded October 22, 2010 at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in the Jodo Shinshu Center, Berkeley, Ca.
Copyright © 2010 the Institute of Buddhist Studies

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