The MWS Podcast 89: Stephen Farah on Carl Jung and the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies

My guest today is Stephen Farah who is the senior lecturer at the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies in Johannesburg, South Africa. He became passionate about Jungian psychology after experiencing it as radically life changing when he first encountered it in the late nineties. Stephen’s interest are consciousness, meaning and the  individuation project. He has a  BA Honours degree in philosophy from The University of the Witwatersrand and a Masters degree in Jungian and Post Jungian studies  from The Centre of Psychoanalytic Studies at The University of Essex. He’s here to talk to us today about the centre, Jungian psychology, its relevance today, how we can apply it and how it might relate to the Middle Way

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About Barry Daniel

I live in the Lake District in the UK where I run a guesthouse with my partner Kate and my cat Manuel. I enjoy painting, hillwalking, reading, visiting and entertaining friends, T’ai Chi and playing the guitar. I’m engaged to a certain degree in the local community, as a volunteer with Samaritans and I’m a fairly active member of the local Green party. I’ve had a relatively intuitive sense of the Middle Way most of my adult life but it found a greater articulation and a practical direction through joining the society. It’s also been interesting and great fun engaging with other people with a similar outlook. My main contribution to the society is conducting the podcast interviews, something that gives me a lot of satisfaction and that I’ve learnt a lot from.

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