For more information and to register, please visit
and check the entire itinerary, or email
or call 212-203-1239.
The C.G. Jung Foundation of New York is proud to sponsor another educational tour of India in February 2018. 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 influenced culture and civilization. We are honored to have once again as our guest faculty Dr. Ashok Bedi.
Join us with a triple decker encounter with the Soul of India. The Pre–study group February 11 – 14 is an introduction to the ancient Buddhist rock caves of Ajanta and Ellora, dating back to 200BC
Our main journey from February 14 through 24 takes us first to the vibrant, cultural hub of India’s Jewel on the Arabian sea – Mumbai, the home of Bollywood, the heartthrob of billions, on to encounter exotic desert kingdoms of Rajasthan, the home to the Rajput warriors and Sufi poets that define the Mythos of India. This part of the trip will include participation in the Sufi Music Festival in Jodhpur.
The post trip February 24 through 26 will explore the Eros of human civilization in the visit to Taj Mahal.
This program is being co–sponsored by the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago and the New York C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology. The C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education credits for psychologists, and maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Three CEs are offered for the pre–study trip to Ellora & Ajanta Caves, twelve CEs for the 10 days of instruction on the main journey, and none for the Agra trip.
Please note that the size of the group will be limited. Therefore, it is important that you register early in order to secure space for yourself and your friends.
For more information on this exciting journey, and to register, please visit
http://cgjungny.org/JungIndia.pdf and check the entire itinerary, or email or call 212-203-1239 for more information.
A complete registration form can be printed from the last three pages of the India Journey's online itinerary (above).
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