Portland Seminar on The Works of Carl Jung

Just announced!

Fall Seminar on the Works of Carl Jung

Wednesdays, August 31–October 5, 20166:308:30 p.m

Tuition: $195

Guide: Satya Doyle Byock

Location: Literary Arts, Portland, Oregon 

Register Here


“Since it is universally believed that man is merely what his consciousness knows of itself, he regards himself as harmless and so adds stupidity to iniquity. He does not deny that terrible things have happened and still go on happening, but it is always ‘the others’ who do them…we prefer to localize evil in individual criminals or groups or criminals, while washing our hands in innocence and ignoring the general proclivity to evil. This sanctimoniousness cannot be kept up in the long run, because the evil, as experience shows, lies in man.”

What Carl Jung wrote in the wake of WWII and the atomic age remains no less relevant today, as racial and political division and violence plague our society. Following the sold-out seminar on Jung’s Red Book, this Delve will explore a collection of Jung’s essays on topics such as ethics, good and evil, the psychological value of dreams, marriage as a psychological relationship, synchronicity, and much more.

Three Tips on How to Navigate Life After College

I’m happy to share this short podcast episode (5min) that I recorded with with Portland’s Mac’s List titled “Three Tips on Making the Transition from College to Career.”

Here’s a little teaser:

“…I’m not going to lie to you. This next phase of life after college can be difficult and the transition into the working world does not come with a lot of guidance. You’ll have to figure it out largely on your own, but you can do it. Here are three tips on how to transition into the next phase of your life. . .”

Listen to the Podcast here.

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Me and Mac’s List founder Mac Prichard

Listen to the Podcast here