Sonu Shamdasani in Houston APRIL 1 – 2

Professor Sonu Shamdasani, editor of the Red Book and General Editor of the Philemon Foundation, will be in Houston, TX this weekend, April 1st and 2nd. His lecture and seminar at The Jung Center of Houston will explore Jung’s work after The Red Book.

Monastic Mandalas: Hildegard von Bingen

A 12th-century multitasking, visionary nun receives spontaneous transmissions from the beyond, channels mystical illuminations, and sets the stage for today’s feminist and environmental movements. Now a major motion picture! See the mandalas and trailer here.

De-Stress with Mandala Drawing

Wherever I look I see mandalas, the circles of life…learn how drawing your own can help de-stress your day. Classes ongoing through December.

Carl Jung’s Secret Book

A very informative radio interview about C.G. Jung’s Red Book on the radio show: On Point with Tom Ashbrook.

Mysterium Encounter: Jung at the Rubin

I just returned from a New York pilgrimage to get an audience with the actual object: The Red Book of C.G. Jung. What many people do not realize is that the book is carefully planned. View some working drawings here…

C.G. Jung’s Red Book: There it is!

It seems to glow doesn’t it? C. G. Jung (1875-1961), was the first Westerner to adapt the word “mandala” and intuitively grasp the deeper meaning of the ritual. He used the form in his analysis of the unconscious and theory of archetypes. The Red Book contains many of his mandala drawings that helped him to interpret his own chaotic states of mind…