Between Esotericism and Psychology: Runes, Magic and the Mysteries in Jung’s Liber Novus
From 1913 onwards, in the course of his self-experimentation, Jung crafted a self-styled practice of the imagination and engaged with magic and Hermeticism in a syncretic manner. He came to conceive of his experiences as an initiation into the mysteries, which he sought to generalise as the individuation process. This talk reconstructs the parallel genesis of this esoteric private cosmology and exoteric psychology and their interrelations.
Burgh House & Hampstead Museum
New End Square