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Adrián Navigante held two lectures and two seminars at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich between February 21 and 23, 2018. In the first lecture, in the English language, The Problem of Suffering in “Answer to Job” and the homonymous seminar which took place the day after, many aspects of the transformations of the God image in different religions were discussed, from the perspective of Depth Psychology as well as from that of philosophy and history of religions. The second lecture, in the German language, Individuationspsychologie und Perennialismus, approached the very complex subject of the relationship between the Jungian theory of individuation as a path of self-knowledge and the soteriological components of the Perennialistic trend in authors such as René Guénon and Julius Evola. The seminar contributed to deepen the discussion about many points, especially how such subjects are to be understood in the face of the challenges of our new century. Both lectures emphasized the consideration of non-Eurocentric patterns, as well as the critique of each form of dogmatism and fundamentalism, with special reference to the heritage of Alain Daniélou. The lectures and seminars held in Zurich maintain cooperation with the C. G. Jung Institute in official terms and legitimize the seminars at Zagarolo as part of the official study programme of the C. G. Jung Institute