Activities

Interesting activities are conducted by AJC for its members. The intensive workshop is open to all Mental Health Professionals interested in Carl Jung.

Intensive annual 3 day workshops

We have been conducting intensive 3 day workshops annually on core jungian topics with expert senior Jungian analysts.

Feb 2021: VARIOUS JUNGIAN ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVES (Virtual Conference) Link to the conference is: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1kgtj9VbD0cCLwUqQ1-rYsnHn12uiUoqk?usp=sharing

Feb 2020: Typology

Feb 2019: Archetypes

Feb 2018: Dream Interpretation

Feb 2017: Advanced Psychotherapy, the Jungian way.

Annual Jungian Essay Competition

The AJC in collaboration with the USA india Jung foundation with Dr Ashok Bedi at its helm, has been organizing essay competition for the members with cash prizes to be won.

2021: A Jungian Analytical Exploration of a piece of Sacred Literature

2020: A piece of Indian Scriptures from Jungian analytical lens
2019: Indian Festivals from Jungian analytical lens
2018: Indian Philosophy
2017: Indian mythological characters and Archetypes

Online Presentations by senior international Jungian analysts moderated by Dr Ashok Bedi

June 2019: Psychological types by Dr Boris Matthews

August 2019: Complexes by Dyane Sherwood
October 2019: Individuation by Paul Smerz
November 2019: Working with dreams part 1 by Mary Dougherty
June 2020: Working with dreams part 2 by Mary Dougherty
July 2020: Narcissism by Laraine Kurisko
September 2020: Archetype of death and immortality by Dan Ross
October 2020: Image and archetype by Robert Jakala
November 2020: Individuation by Murray Stein

Regular Reading group

Well Equipped Jungian library

Regular Group Supervision

Essay winners 2021

1st prize: 2 winners
1. Dr. Eric Soreng: SYMBOL OF BLOOD IN BIBLE AND LIBER PRIMUS
2. 2. Chang Kiri: Aonaga testament


2nd prize: 3 winners
1. Aatman Parikh: Dharma Prevails- Bhagavad Gita: Dharma (Righteousness) prevails
2. Nitika Kumar: Reflections on chapter 16 of Bhagwad Geeta
3. Shardul Solanki: The Buddhist Unconscious (Alaya-vijnana), Yogachara and Jung’s Collective Unconscious


3rd Prize: 2 winners
1. Khushboo Mathuria: Exploration of the Book of Revelations.
2. Suwanee Goswami: LILITH IN BIBLE AND ZOHAR: GENESIS AND PSYCHOGENESIS OF THE ARCHETYPAL FEMININE


Honorable Mention: Heena Jariwala- Buddhist theory of transcendentalism

The link to above essays is https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1S1YGv0MMYzMTUWp5jZPXpgK1fvNkW_Qi?usp=sharing

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