"After a long, furtive, and mysterious journey that began almost 100 years ago, Jung’s Red Book, hidden for generations, can be viewed in a rare showing at Pacifica Graduate Institute in a six-week free exhibit. This unusual viewing of the remarkable masterpiece is made possible through a series of high-definition, digitally enhanced, and enlarged limited-edition fine-art prints from DigitalFusion, the premier specialist in archival digital capture, and brought to Santa Barbara by the Jung Foundation and Pacifica Graduate Institute."
A reader writes:
"Always wondered why any intelligent and reasonably self-reflective person would take one man's schizoid hallucinations as deep insights into the supposedly universal structure of the human mind -- universal except for Jews or Blacks, that is. Rather than speaking anything universal, that the Jung cult still has any appeal, much less institutes dedicated to its dissemination, instead speaks volumes about the wayward incredulity of one particular kind of mind, one that suffers from too much willful miseducation and too little discernment between sense and nonsense."
"How have Jung, Freud, Hegel, et all made any difference in our day-to-day lives? It's like a cult worship."
C.G. Jung’s Red Book exhibit runs through April 4 at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus (801 Ladera Ln.). For more information, call 969-3626 or visit pacifica.edu