Archetypal Nature carries on a lost Jungian tradition and traces its roots most directly to the deep psychological insight of Antonia "Toni" Wolff.  Toni was a close companion of C. G. Jung and one of the earliest Jungian analysts.  She was president of the Zurich Psychological Club from 1916 to 1945.  In 1934, she gave a lecture entitled Structural Forms of the Feminine Psyche that described the essential dichotomies that we carry forward in our work today (read it here). 

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"It's like you've discovered this big place, like Yosemite or Big Sur . . . and I'm stunned by how much it means to me." – Los Angeles, CA

"Illuminating, captivating, compelling." – Vancouver, BC

"You start to see the whole world differently." – London, UK

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Gary S. Bobroff, M.A. is the developer and lead facilitator of Archetypal Nature.  An international speaker, author and workshop leader, he presents in a visual, accessible and engaging form. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of British Columbia, Canada and an Master's degree in Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute.

"A rare and gifted man who will be one of the authentic teachers of his generation.… Gary Bobroff is a stunning writer—graceful, eloquent, subtle." – Andrew Harvey

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Wed., Oct. 11th, 7 pm Pacific Time

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I feel I can better navigate the ocean of personalities out there." – Berlin

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