Jungian Intensive Journaling is a tool to get access to the deeper and often buried parts of ourselves.
It is a journaling technique created by IRA Progoff, a depth psychologist who worked alongside of Carl Jung, in the 1950’s.
“Dr. Progoff conducted research on the dynamic process by which individuals develop more fulfilling lives. As a Psychotherapist, he found that the clients who wrote in some form of a journal were able to work through issues more rapidly. Through this research, he then developed and refined the Intensive Journal Method in the mid-1960's and 1970's to provide a way to mirror the processes by which people become dynamic and develop themselves.”
This is not a traditional form of journaling,
where the individual regurgitates the experiences of the day, maybe adding a creative elements here and there.
The Intensive Journaling Method, is able to take a the participate to much deeper places through the guidance of a trained instructor.
What it looks like…
Doing work around...
Where you have been
Where you are presently
What is influencing you
Looking at relationships
Events that have shaped you
This is life changing hard work, work where you come away with tools for the future and a new way to be in the world.