Other Courses:

This is a list of other courses I have given, just to show that there are lots of ways to get to depths of the psyche:


1. The Proceedings of the IAAP Congress, 2013, Copenhagen: The Vas Bene Clausem: Its Practical and Ethical Implications; A Model of Analytic Being

2. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2010; “Lacan and Jung, Response to M. Gullatz”

3. The Proceedings of the IAAP Congress, 2010, Montreal: Context and Meaning, Images and Understanding in Analysis


4. Journal of Analytical Psychology, Fall 2009; Obituary for Yoram Kaufmann and review of The way of the Image

5. Quadrant: Book Review, Vol. 34, No. 2, Summer 2004, “Jung and the Making of Modern Psychology: The Dream of a Science — Sonu Shamdasani. Cambridge University Press

6. Quadrant: Book Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, summer 2003 Head and Heart: A Personal Exploration of Science and the Sacred — Victor Mansfield. Quest Books

7. The Encyclopedia of Religion and Psychology, co-author, entries include: Sin, Sacrifice, Heaven, Hell.

8.  Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol 50, 2005; “The Blind Man Sees;” The Problem with Crossing The Streams


1. Research Project at the Rhode Island Hospital for Women and Children: “Dream Images and Quality of Life in Female Oncology Patients”

2. Jung and Gender: Symbols of Multiplicity and Fluidity in Relationship – a study of social, physiological and psychological factors

3. What Dreams May Come: Images of Death in Palliative Care

4. Ethics and Practice of the Bodhisattva Ideal

5. Symbolizing Sutras: The Platform Sutra and Formless Vows



Sample Courses 

The Tibetan Book of the Dead: Theology, Narrative History, and Model of Psyche


The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch: Ongoing Revolution


Models of Transformation: Health and Healing in Cross-Cultural Perspective


Psyche, Text and Translation: The Hermeneutics of Image in Clinical Application


Zen and the Archetypes: A Rigorous Encounter Between Zen and Jung

At the C.G. Jung Foundation of N.Y:

The Hero Myth and Other Inquiries into Being

The Psychology of the Kabbalah: Structure of God, Structure of Perception, Structure of Psyche

Biblical Scripture: Uncovering the Absolute; Living as Chosen

The Psychology of Zen Buddhism: No-Time, No-Space, No Name

Esoteric Images East and West: 10 Zen Oxherding and 10 Alchemical Rosarium images of Transformation



The Way of the Image: Orientation from the Unconscious in Dreams and Fantasy

5 Themes of the Spirit; the Deep Rhythm of Being as lived and transformed: From Moses to Moses de Leon, Buddha to Shunryu Suzuki, Jesus to Hilldegard of Brabant, Muhammed to Rabia , and Black Elk to Sun Bear

At the 92nd St. Y:

Mystery Religions, The Christ, and Modernity

Zen Games, Analytic Games (Spring 2008)

At The Fogg Museum of Harvard University:

Jackson Pollock: Archetypes, Alcohol and Transcendence

Lecture/Workshops For the Oregon Friends of Jung


November 2008: Context and Essence: Meaning and transformation in analytic and cultural life (lecture and workshop)

December 4, 2009 Dreams of Fate; The Fate of Dreams: (lecture and workshop)

December 2010: The Tibetan book of the dead in everyday life (lecture and workshop)

October 2011: The Tropics of Desire; Re-thinking Jung’s theory of anima/animus in light of discourse analysis, gender studies, and neurological research (lecture and workshop)

February 2013: Transforming Compulsions: The nature of That Which Compels us and the Transformation it Brings.

See OFJ.org for complete descriptions