Jungian Encounter with Goddess India
January 26 – February 1, 2019
Let the land of the Goddess Kali, Durga and the Great Mother Shakti light your path to the mystery of the Soul and the emerging archetypes to guide the Collective Consciousness in our troubled and chaotic time. Join us in this magical encounter with the Goddess Soul of India from Orissa to Kolkata to the country side of Karnataka outside Bangalore.
Jungian Encounter with the Mystic Soul of India
February 11 – 24, 2018
Join us for a triple encounter with the Soul of India pre-study tour to the ancient Buddhist rock caves of Ajanta and Ellora, dating back to 200BC. Visit the vibrant, cultural hub Mumbai, the home of Bollywood, on to encounter exotic desert kingdoms of Rajasthan, the home of the Rajput warriors and Sufi poets that define the Mythos of India. The post trip will explore Eros in a trip to the Taj Mahal.
Jungian Encounter with the Soul of Sri Lanka
January 8-20, 2017
Dangling like a pendant from the southern tip of India, Sri Lanka has been known as the Pearl of the Orient. This tropical island is a place where the original soul of Buddhism still flourishes and where nature’s beauty remains abundant and unspoiled. Few places in the world can offer a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, abundance of wildlife and captivating cultural heritage within such a compact location
Jungian Encounter with the Soul of India’s Heartland
January 31 – February 11, 2016
Join us in this extraordinary journey through Central India beginning in Delhi, a visit to the breathtaking Taj Mahal that so fascinated Jung as the Secret Eros of Islam. We continue to Gwalior with the eleven temples to Guatama Buddha and the Tirthankaras of Jainism. We visit the Great Stupa at Sanchi which holds the relics of Buddha. Our stay at Satpura Wildlife Park allows for reflection of our experiences in India.
Journey to the Land of Ghandi through the Jungian Lens
February 7-18, 2014
This trip is an opportunity to see India through the lens of analytical psychology. It will allow tour members to perceive the archetypal depths of life and psyche that Indians knew and expressed in their myth and art, and to understand how the experience and expression of these archetypal dimensions greatly influence culture and civilization.
Jungian Encounter with the Soul of Buddhist India
February 3-16, 2012
The C.G. Jung Foundation of New York is proud to sponsor the 7th educational tour of India in February 2012. Carl G. Jung and Fowler McCormick set sail for India on December 4th, 1937 through February 1938 upon the invitation of the British Government. The occasion was the 25th anniversary of Calcutta University. In India, Jung would encounter the three great religions in India: Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism.