In collaboration with the Eranos Foundation, Pacifica is pleased to offer two outstanding public programs in Switzerland this Fall.
THE LEGACY TOUR from October 7–17, will take us from Zürich to Ascona and Eranos as we explore the origins, history, and significance of the life and work of C.G. Jung and its influence on the legacy of depth psychology. Robert Hinshaw, Jungian analyst and Daimon Verlag publisher, will be our tour guide on this extraordinary journey.
PSYCHE AND THE SACRED will take place at Eranos from October 20–24. In these unique and tranquil surroundings, Lionel Corbett, a Jungian analyst and Pacifica core faculty member, will lead us on personal explorations of a depth psychological approach to spirituality.
Register Early! Space in both programs is limited, and we expect them to fill quickly.
Eranos Founder Olga Fröbe-Kapteyn and C.G. Jung

Pacifica Graduate Institute has joined with the Eranos Foundation

in a partnership to renew the spirit of Eranos and expand its rich traditions. We hope that Eranos will become a source of deepening and expanding vision, with nature’s beauty and the presence of past wisdom inspiring all who come to this special place.

The name Eranos is derived from an ancient Greek word referring to a banquet where each guest brings contributions of food. It was founded as an intellectual discussion group in 1933 by Olga Fröebe-Kapteyn at her estate on the shore of Lake Maggiore near Ascona, Switzerland. Under the influence of C.G. Jung, the Eranos meetings moved toward the symbolic, archetypal, and mythological.

For more than 80 years, Eranos has been a point of contact for thinkers from such diverse fields as depth psychology, comparative religion, history, literary criticism, and folklore. This remarkable setting has seen many of the world’s greatest visionaries gather to discuss important and far-ranging issues.