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Morgan Stebbins + Georges Dreyfus


Friday, October 30, 2015
7:00 PM–8:30 PM

Psychoanalyst Morgan Stebbins explores the Jungian dictum from Aion (“The psychological rule says that when an inner situation is not made conscious, it happens outside as fate.”) with Williams College professor of religions Georges Dreyfus.

This program is presented with the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association

About the Speakers

Morgan Stebbins, LMSW, DMin, NCPsyA, is a Certified Jungian Analyst with a practice both in Manhattan and the Cold Spring/Garrison, NY, area. He was the Director of Training for the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association and continues to serve on the faculty oft the C. G. Jung Foundation of New York. Stebbins began his ongoing Zen studies with Richard Baker Roshi at the San Francisco Zen Center in the late 1970s and was a resident at their nearby monastery, Green Gulch Farm Zen Center. His teaching integrates depth psychology with the wisdom of ancient traditions. His analytic practice is directed by the meanings of archetypal symbols that arise in each person. His previous appearances at the Rubin include onstage conversations with Meredith Monk and Billy Corgan during the Red Book Dialogues in 2009 and 2010 and a conversation about masks with Julie Taymor this past summer.He is taking part in a JPA conversation on the subject of “Time and the Timeless” at the House of the Redeemer, NYC on October 22.

Georges B. J. Dreyfus is a noted authority on Tibetan Buddhism with a particular interest in Indian Buddhist philosophy. In 1985 he was the first Westerner to receive the Geshe Lharampa degree, the highest degree available in the Tibetan scholastic tradition. He is the author of The Sound of Two Hands Clapping: The Education of a Tibetan Buddhist Monk (2003) and Recognizing Reality: DharmakÄ«rti’s Philosophy and Its Tibetan Interpretations (1997). He is currently Jackson Professor of Religion at Williams College, Massachusetts. This is his second appearance at the Rubin.

Tickets: $20.00

Members: $18.00