Start with the wisdom of Carl Jung, whose wide-ranging interests encompassed everything from astrology to Zen. Add to this a vast array of other sources, ancient and modern, as Jung's own intrepid intellectual explorations led him in many diverse directions. Then bring to this amalgam the varied backgrounds and interests of a group of people living in and around north-central Vermont - sparked by the dreams of a one-time academic as iconoclastic and faithful to "the way of the dream" as Jung was, and what do you have?
The Jungian Center: Small (deliberately so), person-centered, guided by dreams, led by the psyche, encouraging of personal growth in a Jungian context, the Jungian Center strives to implement Jung's vision for an adult form of education that provides spiritual support, intellectual stimulation, nourishment for the soul and healing for the body. A number of the faculty offer professional services. Their details can be found under the sections on Faculty and Life Mission Institute
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The Jungian Center is a tax-exempt 501c3 non-profit educational organization. All contributions or donations to the Center are tax-deductible. As a non-profit 501c3 organization the Center is committed to equal opportunity/affirmative action. In its admission and hiring policies it does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, ethnic or national origin, disability, creed, age or veteran status. Much of what makes The Center what it is relies on voluntary work and donations of the board, faculty and others. Contact us if you wish to contribute or get involved.
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