“The Spectrum of Consciousness”
by Kiley Q. Laughlin
Facilitated and commented by Haro Yacoubian
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Bilingual Education Institute
6060 Richmond Avenue
9:00—9:30 Registration (guest fee $5)
BYOL at nearby restaurant
(Buy Your Own Lunch)
About This Meeting
C.J Jung used color symbolism in exploring the conscious and unconsciousness. Jung viewed color as a primary component of human experience and symbolic of psychic processes. Because of their qualitative properties—a type of qualia—colors can say a great deal about the modes of consciousness.
We will explore Carl Jung’s analytical thinking, experiential findings and evolution on the subject and I will additionally outline an overview of color psychology as it has evolved and understood today.
You are encouraged to read the article “The Spectrum of Consciousness” by Kiley Q. Laughlin and discussion found online at http://typeindepth.com/2015/10/the-spectrum-of-consciousness/comment-page-1/#comment-78199 (permission grated by the author to present and discuss). This article covers Color Symbolism in the Typology of C. G. Jung, the Missing Fourth, Dreams and Visions, Parallels in Eastern Culture and The Psychoid Factor.
We will explore, discuss and comment on the subject at the meeting.
About The Facilitator
Haro Yacoubian is a communicator, project manager, designer, colorist, painter and photographer. He studies Eastern traditions and Western understanding of ancient and modern psychology and neuroscience. He is a meditator of several decades and a Zen Buddhism practitioner. He has been studying psychological types for appreciating personality types, relationships, communication styles and, emotional intelligence.