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“The humility, in which we remember again and again, how little we know about man , ourselves, a humility which has been acquired through sadness and despair, is in my view one of the basic values, assets of depth psychology.”
Erich Neuman , Crisis and Renewal.
“The one who learns to live with his incapacity has learned a great deal. This will lead us to the valuation of the smallest things, and to wise limitation, which the greater height demands.”
C,G. Jung, The Red Book.
About the talk
My starting point will be C.G.Jung’s 1952 paper: “Synchronicity – An Acausal Connecting Principle” in which he distinguishes between a random statistical occurrence of a few events, such as “The Law of Series” defined as “Synchronism” and Synchronicity:
“The simultaneous occurrence of two Meaningfully but not causally connected events that has a Numinous quality”.
I will follow with looking at how Post-Jungian Analysts relate to this core phenomenon, but mainly I would like to share my personal experiences of Synchronicity in my private and professional life which echo Marcus Aurelius’ meditation:
“Everything is Connected and The Web is Holy.”
I will then try to explore how embracing synchronicity can contribute to the consolidation of humility.
You may like to listen to Yoram’s previous talk to the Guild, Working in the Psychosomatic field — A Jungian Approach.
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Speaker: Yoram Inspector
Dr Yoram Inspector is a consultant Psychiatrist and a Psychotherapist and the Head of the Psychological Medicine Unit of St Mark’s Hospital which provides psychological treatment and support for people who cope with various gastrointestinal diseases and disorders. He was trained in Medicine at the Ben Gurion University and at the Tel-Aviv University in Israel. His medical doctorate research entitled “Another Person’s Heart” focused on the psychiatric aspects of Heart Transplantation. He completed his training in psychoanalytic-orientated psychotherapy at the Sackler faculty of Medicine at the Tel-Aviv University. He trained with the Israeli Jungian Society and became a Jungian Analyst and a member of the International Society for Analytical Psychology and in England continued his training with the Society of Analytical Psychology in London. He is also a specialist in Eating Disorders Psychiatry with 24 years of work experience in this field in Israel and in the U.K He is a great believer in the healing powers of the common sense and the sense of humour.