Anja van Kralingen MSc, co-founder and facilitator of the 12 Steps Towards Individuation, will host an interactive discussion and take any questions you may have about the programme, its origins, what it offers, who might consider doing it and what to expect from it.
The 12 Steps towards Individuation is an interactive programme offered by the Centre for Applied Jungian Studies. It is offered in Cape Town and Johannesburg and runs over six consecutive Saturdays, starting on May the 22nd in Jo'burg this year.
This annual programme has been running since 2012 in South Africa and several hundred students have been through over the last five years. Encompassing both theory and process work, this is an introduction into the Jungian map of the psyche, essential psychodynamic processes and the opportunity to grapple with your inner demons in an intense and focused, but also controlled and safe space.
This programme is ideal for anyone who would like to:
• Understand or better understand Jungian psychology and its capacity to promote consciousness, meaning and individuation, outside of traditional psychotherapy.
• Is feeling stuck, trapped, disenchanted, disillusioned or frustrated with the repetition of specific dynamics in their life or relationships.
• Facilitate their own process of living more consciously, meaningfully and in service of their own individuation.
“Philemon explained how Jung treated thoughts as though they were generated by himself, while for Philemon "thoughts were like animals in the forest, or people in a room, or birds in the air." Jung concluded that Philemon taught him "psychic objectivity, the reality of the psyche." This helped Jung to understand that there is something in me which can say things that I do not know and do not intend.” - Stanislav Grof.
For more information or to apply to join the 12 Steps Towards Individuation Programme go to
For more information on the talk or to book a seat at the talk please message or call 082 949 8895; alternatively simply arrive 15 minutes before the talk to register - the talk is free.