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 the twelfth educational tour
to the Subcontinent, to Sri Lanka in 2017, C.G. Jung's last stop on his journey in 1937.
This trip is an opportunity to see Sri Lanka through the lens of analytical psychology. It
will allow participants to perceive the archetypal depths of life and psyche 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. The Continuing Education aspect of the program is offered by the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago.
Join us in this encounter with India's
Southern Neighbor Sri Lanka, formerly
Ceylon. During C.G. Jung's visit to India
between December 1937 and February
1938, Sri Lanka was the last stop
on his Indian venture – the journey
formed an intermezzo in his intensive
study of alchemical philosophy that he
was engaged in at that time. Jung and
his party exited India from Bow's End
near Rameshwaram by ferry and
reached Colombo, Ceylon on January
29, 1938 and took a train journey to Kandy. He returned to Colombo and gave a memorable
talk on Dreams at the Rotherfield Society there and sailed homeward on S.S. Corfu
on February 2, 1938. Sri Lanka as a single country existed independent of India from
ancient times. The Anuradhapura kingdom ruled whole of Sri Lanka from 377 BC to
1017 AD. Ceylon was a British dominion from 1815 until its independence on February
This journey offers 15 CEs for psychologists and
is tax-deductible to the extent the law allows.
Land cost per person $5,650. Charitable donation to Jung Foundation of New York $200. Single room supplement $1,300.
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/SriLanka2017.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 Sri Lanka Journey's online itinerary (above).
Please note that this journey has to be booked no later than August 26 2016 with deposit and regestration received by Mindful Journeys. Sri Lanka is a very popular travel destination during high season with a small inventory of five star hotels.
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