Father Bill and Jungian analyst Dr. Ian McCabe continue a series of interviews exploring the aims and overlaps of the 12-Step recovery journey with Jung's goal of individuation. Dr. McCabe hails from Dublin, Ireland holding several advanced degrees in psychology and addiction. He is the author of the book Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous that will be used to guide the discussions. In this episode Dr. McCabe explains the basic building blocks of consciousness followed by an in-depth discussion of the elements needing to undergo transformation in the soul in order to find recovery. Dr. McCabe and Fr. Bill explore Bill Wilson's childhood traumas. Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous by Ian McCabe The Phenomenon of Man by French Jesuit Teilhard de Chardin To Have or to Be by Erich Fromm Recent NY Times article on EMDR --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fatherbillw/support
Do ever wonder what your dreams are trying to tell you? Dreams are a powerful tool that you can leverage for healing, connection, and manifestation. Dreamwork allows you to tap into your deepest self, and gain insight into issues that are holding you back while deepening your intuition. Join Hilary and Linda Yael Schiller, psychotherapist for the soul, as they explore how you can work with your dreams in a variety of ways to help you manifest what you've been searching for and get in touch with the wise part of yourself.About our Guest:Linda Yael Schiller, MSW, LICSW is a psychotherapist, consultant, supervisor and trainer in Watertown, MA. By integrating traditional therapeutic styles and techniques with expressive, energy psychology, and body-based modalities, Linda is able to provide support for healing at all levels of the self: mind, body, heart, and spirit. Her philosophy of treatment incorporates both deep healing at the source and practical coaching for daily life issues and dilemmas.Linda works from a psycho-spiritual and body/mind orientation. Potential clients can expect an individualized approach to their needs, and to be met with warmth, respect, and a wide range of therapeutic options available to best help them reach their treatment goals.Linda also works deeply with dreamwork, and offers a group dream circle, individual consultation, and training for professionals on working with dreams. She has designed several innovative methods for dreamwork. One method is based on the Kabbalah, another is a Jungian-based approach for dreamwork with trauma survivors called “GAIA” (Guided Active Imagination Approach), and a third is an integration of dreamwork methods across several styles.https://lindayaelschiller.com/
Trauma can be defined in many ways for the gifted and intensely sensitive. Counselor, coach, and psychotherapist, Dr. Eric Windhorst explains trauma as any overwhelming event we experience. Remember, trauma is subjective. No two people have the same experience, and one may or may not be traumatized depending on their interpretation of events, their nervous system, and their intensities. Join us in this powerful new episode of Someone Gets Me ▶️ Trauma, Gifted and Anxiety with Eric Windhorst. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ Eric Windhorst defines trauma as going through something that we can't fully contain and becoming broken through that experience. "We become a little bit fragmented because it was just too much to handle. We can't make sense of it. We don't know what to do. And so part of us kind of goes away. In certain traditions, that's called soul loss. You could also talk about it as a kind of fragmentation. And the results of trauma vary from person to person." ✔️ Neurodiverse individuals with intense sensitivities and giftedness go through traumatizing experiences. It's vital to honor the individual and their experience and understand the context from their lived experience to know how they're going through the world and make sense of what has affected them. ✔️ Being curious is medicine. Eric says that western medicine has been outstanding, and sometimes it's also been horrible. Allow your curiosity to explore different resources and develop that capacity for maintaining wholeness in oneself. What can be outside conventional scientific ways like energy work practices are backed up by numerous research. Clearing the aura and grounding energy inside us is powerfully transformative. ✔️ Calm your state of being with nature. Eric prescribes moving or exercise meditation practices that help improve energy as the best ways to refocus one's attention, get loads of stress from the brain, and be present in the body. Eric shares, "The most profound things will happen just by being in the presence of nature and basking in different types of energy." ✔️ Presence is the ultimate gift we can experience for ourselves and offer others. Whether you're a professional coach, counselor, or an average person - don't forget that the pursuit of healing is all about connection. When we interact with others from a point wherein we evaluate a person more rather than being fully present for them, it will be felt and create a sense of disconnection for others. ————————————————————— Eric Windhorst, PhD, RP, is a counselor, coach, psychotherapist, educator, writer, and (re)searcher passionate about connecting people with nature - both inner nature (their true, authentic self) and outer nature (the wider natural world) - to facilitate healing and growth. Eric approaches his work holistically, informed by eco-psychological, family systems, humanistic, Jungian, and transpersonal ideas. He specializes in serving individuals who identify as creative, gifted, and highly sensitive. You can learn more about Eric and his work @ ericwindhorst.ca You can follow him on Facebook at Eric Windhorst Counsellor: https://www.facebook.com/counsellor.coach. ————————————————————— How to Connect with Dianne A. Allen You have a vision inside to create something bigger than you. What you need is a community and a mentor. The Someone Gets Me Experience could be that perfect solution to bringing your heart's desire into reality. You will grow, transform and connect. https://msdianneallen.com/someone-gets-me-experience/ Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/someonegetsme. Follow Dianne's Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/msdianneallen. Email contact: email@example.com Dianne's Mentoring Services: https://msdianneallen.com Website: https://www.visionsapplied.com Be sure to take a second and subscribe to the show and share it with anyone you think will benefit. Until next time, remember the world needs your unique gift, let your light shine.
Hi all. Danielle here. Wow...It has been a BUSY month with A LOT of things going on (aka travel, sickness, conferences, etc)...all of which kept me from getting behind the mic and getting new episodes out to you. But today I am back with a unique episode for you. Today I am sharing with you an interview hosted by Jennifer McMaster and Shannon Gale with the goal of exploring who I am, the intricacies of my particular path and what led me towards Somatic Experiencing and Jungian approach towards my current practice. I hope you all enjoy the show and look forward to sharing more content with you all going into 2023. Enjoy!
“I grew up in a blue-collar neighborhood. And you know, nobody was expected to be a novelist — that was not a thing, that was not a choice in my neighborhood. And when I made that choice, it was very strange to people. And it was a really hard thing for people to accept and my father and my grandfather did not understand that at all. And they discouraged me. But then once I succeeded, they really claimed that, and my grandfather would tell everyone…” Matthew Quick (The Silver Linings Playbook) joins guest host Allyson Gavaletz to talk about his new novel, We Are the Light, along with breaking cycles, writer's block, connecting with people, collective trauma, running, Jungian analysis, the books and writers he loves to teach, his literary influences, what's next for him and more. And we end this episode with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Marc and Madyson. Featured Books (Episode): We Are the Light by Matthew Quick The Ferryman by Justin Cronin Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath Siddhartha by Herman Hesse Featured Books (TBR Topoff): A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman The Dead Romantics by Ashley Poston This episode of Poured Over was produced and hosted by Allyson Gavaletz and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays).
What fears trigger the shadow behaviors of Sagittarius?Fear of being confined or trappedFear of not being recognizedFear of not knowing or not having the answersJournaling or Questions for reflection for integrating the medicine of the Gemini polarity:How can I cultivate a practice of deep listening in my conversations?What am I curious about? What do I still have yet to learn?If you have a topic idea for a future episode, you can reach out to us:Katie on IG: @sparkthesunDena on IG: @denadecastroFollow the "Let's Get Real Astrology" podcast on IG: @letsgetrealastrology
A Jungian Guide to the 12-Step Journey: Father Bill and Jungian analyst Dr. Ian McCabe begin a series of interviews exploring the aims and overlaps of the 12-Step recovery journey with Jung's goal of individuation. Dr. McCabe hails from Dublin, Ireland holding several advanced degrees in psychology, law, and addiction. He is the author of the book Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous that will be used to guide the discussions. In this episode Dr. McCabe shares his story and tells what he hopes his book might help us achieve. Additionally, the episode sets the background for linking Jung with AA. Show Notes: Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous by Ian McCabe Bill Wilson's Biography: My First Forty Years (Sadly the book transcribed from interviews covers only the early part of Bill's story.) Margarita Von Lüttichau: Intermediary between Jung and Bill Wilson Robert A Johnson books mentioned: Transformation: a study of three levels of consciousness He: Johnson's description of the Hero's Journey Inner Gold: Johnson's description of human projection Erich Neumann – one of Jung's most gifted students. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fatherbillw/support
Dr. Barbara Bain is Upper Klamath Shasta-Hawaiian-Anglo living on Chumash and Upper Klamath Shasta lands. She is an enrolled member of the Shasta Indian Nation of Northern California and an Indigenous psychologist actively working in the field of decolonial Indigenous psychology. She holds a PhD in Depth Psychology, a Masters of Science in Cultural Resource Management, and an advanced certification in Dream Tending with master dreamworker Stephen Aizenstat. Dr. Barbara Bain is considered to be one of the top 40 dreamworkers in the world today.Barbara publishes, teaches, and presents on dreaming and themes in Depth psychology, as well as issues of significance to Indigenous peoples. She offers individual and group dreamwork consultations and workshops, and employs both Jungian and Indigenous approaches to dreamwork. Barbara empowers individuals, organizations, and communities to reconnect with dreaming as a way to restore balance between the sacred and natural worlds, and to access personal calling and life purpose. Dr. Barbara Bain lives in Santa Barbara, California with her two sons and can be reached at her consulting practice, Indigenous Awakening Consulting: https://www.IndigenousAwakening.com/In both Indigenous and Western philosophy there exists the idea that we are simultaneously dreaming with our material world and the unconscious. From an Indigenous perspective, the “unconscious” is the sacred world. I take this Indigenous approach to working with individual dreams, group dreaming, and the dreams of organizations. I offer professional individual and group dreamwork, and a social dreamwork process called Community Dream Matrix.Social and individual dreamwork is an ancient practice. Dream societies across the planet once existed, and what they dreamed were critical to the wellbeing of their peoples. Aligned with this understanding, my work pivots on the idea that dreaming and dreamers continue to hold critical contemporary value and relevance to human life and the wellbeing of earth itself. We are always dreaming, we dream with the world, and with other worlds.More about Liz-Work- https://www.lizshealingtouch.com/Radio Show- https://www.voiceofvashon.org/raise-the-vibePodcast- https://www.buzzsprout.com/958816Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/raisethevibewithlizInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/raisethevibewithliz/Support me on Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/user?u=43081730Thank you!Support the show
Our guest, Police Lieutenant Sarko Gergerian of the Winthrop Massachusetts Police Department, is fighting for change. Change in policy, change in the way drugs are classified, and a change in the way officers can reach out for help. He dreams of a day when first responders have access to the mental health care they need and the War on Drugs is over. Sarko is not only a peace officer in Massachusetts, he is also a psychotherapist, Karate Professor, and advocate for psychedelic medicines – having experienced firsthand the healing potential they have. We discuss the challenges first responders face, the domestic violence problem, and the changes that are being made to make our nation a better place.“This is one of the most amazing countries on earth, in my opinion. And it deserves reverence and care. And we need to keep working to make it better”Sarko Gergerian is a master's level clinical mental health counselor with a background in philosophy, religion, and psychology, and is currently doing doctorate-level work at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Depth, Jungian and Archetypal Psychology. He is trained in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy and holds the 100-hour certificate from the Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). He is the first working peace officer in the country to complete an experiential training component sanctioned by the Federal Government which allowed entry into an expanded state of consciousness by MDMA during psychotherapy and the first to earn the Certified Addiction Recovery Coach (CARC) credential from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.Sarko currently works as a police peace officer at the rank of Lieutenant and a psychotherapist. In these roles, he founded one of the first Guardianship police models in the country known as C.L.E.A.R. He is a certified police peer professional who works to not only find and help civilians stay out of cages and caskets, but also connect with first responders so they do not succumb to job-related stress injury. In his lifetime, he has worked as a certified personal trainer, natural bodybuilding competitor/coach, and mental health first aid instructor. He is a published thinker, national trainer, and international speaker. He is an activist working to bring the War on Drugs to an end.Sarko believes that a strong therapeutic alliance is foundational to psychotherapy. He uses empathy, active listening, and proper questions to engage in meaningful therapeutic dialogue, which is always trauma-informed, strengths-based, and person-centered. He believes that resilience and capacity expansion in all of the domains of wellness should be central to self-care. In addition to policing and psychotherapy, he holds professor-level rank in American Kenpo Karate (AKK) and is a certified Heart Math meditation instructor and trainer.Show notes:* The first working police officer in the United States to earn the certified addiction recovery coach credential – Police Lieutenant Sarko Gergerian* The different types of education police offers should have* The Federal Bureau of Narcotics made everything worse- how has policing adapted?* Could safe supply be the answer to our drug problems?* The war on drugs is a terrible war* Moral injury and the domestic violence problem* These people are people in need of support* How did a police officer come to realize the potential benefits of psychedelics?* The wheels of change go very, very slowly* The positive impact of Martial Arts* The importance of firearms training for police officersLinks and references:* Psychedelic Wisdom* Psychedelic Medicine* Good Cop, Bad War* Entheo Bliss* EcstaticThank you for reading Mind Body Health & Politics. This post is public so feel free to share it.Want the episode transcript and video? Join our Tribe!Have a Healing Story to Share?We'd love to hear from you on political and health issues, and are currently soliciting stories from individuals, couples, and families who would like to share their healing stories with psychedelics.(Learn more about Wilbur Hot Springs)Mind Body Health & Politics is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Mind Body Health & Politics at www.mindbodyhealthpolitics.org/subscribe
Jordan Gruber is one of the authors of "Your Symphony Of Selves" and joins us to discuss how we all have multiple selves, not a single self. Some of the topics we explore in this episode include an in-depth look at The Health Selves Model in comparison and contrast to The Single Self Assumption; why we mistakenly assume multiple selves to be pathological; how mental health is being in the right mind (self/selves) as the right time; and how we can start applying the healthy selves model into our lives today. We also talk about Monotheism's influence on the single self assumption—“the single god assumption”; how Buddishm's noself and interdependence relates to multiple selves; the difference between multiple selves and Jungian archetypes/autonomous complexes; how Sigmund Freud helped The Single Self Assumption dominate the western mind; and how the very origins of Freud's model of the mind might be in the gaslighting of sexual abuse. Furthermore, we also explore psychedelic journeying and healing from a healthy selves model; how we might understand the effects of psychedelics on the ego, if there is no such thing as an ego; as well as all of reality being fractal iterations of various wholistic expressions of cosmic multiplicity while debating the validity of The Essential Self, Self Energy, and our ability to live in relationship to “Ultimate Reality”. And, of course, more. Enjoy. ... For links to Jordan's work, full show notes, and a link to watch this episode in video, head to bit.ly/ATTMind168 *** FULL TOPICS BREAKDOWN BELOW** SUPPORT THE PODCAST Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS Merchandise: https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ More Options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support Newsletter: https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter Telgram Channel: https://t.me/jameswjesso *** Extra BIG thanks to my patrons on Patreon for helping keep this podcast alive! Especially my $23+ patrons, Andreas D, Clea S, Ian C, Yvette FC, Alex F, Eliz C, Nick M, Michelle M, Chloe C, & Heartwood Mushrooms —— ***** Episode Breakdown (0:00) Opening (1:53) Overture (6:42) Patron Thanks | support the show! (8:03) Interview begins | James' thoughts on Your Symphony Of Selves book (10:09) Why multiple selves can be very confronting (12:07) How we came to see multiple selves as being pathological | and why multiplicity is normal (17:40) Switching into younger/healthier selves in our aging, dying time, or Alzheimer's disease (23:43) How Sigmund Freud helped The Single Self Assumption dominate the western mind (26:31) The origins of Freud's model of the mind might have be in the gaslighting of sexual abuse (32:37) Jung: the difference between multiple selves and archetypes/autonomous complexes (37:15) Monotheism's influence on the single self assumption; “the single god assumption”? (43:23) How Buddishm's noself and interdependence relates to multiple selves (49:51) Can a noself identity be a defensive compensation? (58:07) Centering our selves, without a central self (1:04:12) What about “I”? (1:09:49) Debating the validity of The Essential Self, Self Energy, and our ability to live in relationship to “Ultimate Reality” (1:19:06) Spiritual bypassing by evading the realities of relational life (1:27:02) All of reality is fractal iterations of various wholistic expressions of cosmic multiplicity (1:30:26) Psychedelic journeying and healing from a healthy selves model (1:39:31) Developing your “psychedelic journey self” | Interviews with Christopher Bache (1:41:38) Never do a psychedelic journey unless all selves are on board (1:43:02) Considering the effects of psychedelics on the ego, if there is no such thing as an ego (1:50:33) Why we need to give up on having big definite theories (1:56:10) Don't force selves into integration or try to get rid of selves (1:59:24) The Single Soul Assumption? (2:03:04) How to start applying healthy selves model into your life today (2:10:11) Follow-up links and contact info (2:12:51) Outro ***** SUPPORT THE PODCAST Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS Merchandise: https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ More Options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support Newsletter: https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter Telgram Channel: https://t.me/jameswjesso OR you can buy a copy of one of my books! Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom – https://www.jameswjesso.com/decomposing-the-shadow/ The True Light Of Darkness — https://www.jameswjesso.com/true-light-darkness/
Everyone can put away their dream dictionaries and listen & share this episode with anyone who might want more insight on how their dreams can help them.Angela & I cover off the following topics in this episode:- What is a journey dream?- What is a day dream?- Are dreams messages from the soul?- What can these dreams mean?- How can we remember our dreams?And so much more.Angela Prider (aka LittleBird) is a spiritual healer and coach, Somatic practitioner, and Psychedelic Integration guide. She has been teaching the spiritual path of Animism (aka shamanism/earth medicine) and leading transformational circles and ceremonies both in Canada and internationally for 25 years. Angela has had extensive in-person training and initiation in Ireland, Peru, Canada, and Australia. Dreamwork is a big part of her work and she has a unique approach of weaving together Jungian dream analysis practices with animist journeying and ritual.To be part of her 28 Days of Intentional Dreaming online, learn & register here:https://www.angelaprider.com/events/28-days-of-dreaming-week1Be sure to rate, review & share this episode with someone who may benefit. And follow me below!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandyknutrition/Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/sandyknutritionTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@sandyknutritionTwitter: https://twitter.com/sandyknutrition
Episode 98 | Possibility, Freedom, and Untangling Our Work with Koshin Paley Ellison, author, Zen teacher, and Co-Founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care Website - https://zencare.org/connect/ Instagram - @koshinpaleyellison Koshin's new book - Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage and Compassion: https://tinyurl.com/ydnpt5vb Koshin Paley Ellison is an author, Zen teacher, Jungian psychotherapist, and Certified Chaplaincy Educator. After many years as a chaplain and psychotherapist, Koshin co-founded the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, which offers contemplative approaches to care through education, personal caregiving, and Zen practice. He is the author of the books Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion and Wholehearted: Slow Down, Help Out, Wake Up. Koshin is also the co-editor of Awake at the Bedside: Contemplative Teachings on Palliative and End of Life Care. His work has been featured in the New York Times, PBS, CBS Sunday Morning, and Tricycle, among other publications. Shawn J. Moore | The Mindful Rebel® www.shawnjmoore.com Join my mailing list: http://eepurl.com/g-jYE5 About: Residing at the intersection of leadership and mindfulness, Shawn creates sacred spaces for stillness and self-inquiry to help change-makers align their strengths, intention, and impact. Through his integrative approach, he holds transformative containers for self-renewal, personal discovery, and capacity-building that ease clients on their journey towards peace, clarity, and freedom. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themindfulrebel/support
Please join our Holiday Giving Drive by making a donation online. Your support allows us to provide free and low-cost education to students and listeners around the world. Donate: https://jungchicago.org/blog/support-us/ Rumpelstiltskin is a character the we love from the show Once Upon a Time, but the original story isn't commonly consumed. We have split our […] The post Jungian Ever After | Rumpelstiltskin Part 1: Narcissism and Persona appeared first on C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago.
Today's episode offers a window into truly integrative healing modalities, through the lens of Integrative Somatic Psychology™, with Dr Raja Selvam, PhD. During this episode, Victoria chats to Raja about: how embodying emotions has become foundational to transformational development work and healing from the imprint of trauma the work of embodying emotions and how Raja uses this personally to support his movement through life the real needs for healing integrating modalities and how to bridge the worlds of psychotherapy and the physiological diagnoses "psychosomatic" illness - what it really is and where it really comes from the acceleration possible when emotional embodiment and energy work is brought into the therapeutic container And so, so much more. This episode is peppered with great insights from one of the pioneers of integrative, somatic healing modalities - and a rich source of support for anyone either training in this field, or who would like support for their own personal process. Dr. Raja Selvam, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist from the US, is the developer of Integral Somatic Psychology (ISP) (a complementary therapeutic approach based on affective neuroscience and the emerging paradigm of embodied cognition, emotion, and behavior in cognitive neuroscience and psychology) to improve cognitive, emotional, behavioral, physical, energetic, relational, and spiritual outcomes in all therapy modalities. Dr. Selvam is also a senior trainer in Dr. Peter Levine's Somatic Experiencing (SE) Professional Trauma Training Program. He has taught for twenty-five years in nearly as many countries in North and South Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and the Far East. His work is informed by older body psychotherapy systems of Reichian Therapy and Bioenergetic Analysis, newer body psychotherapy systems of Bodynamic Analysis and Somatic Experiencing, and bodywork systems of Postural Integration and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. His work is also inspired by Jungian and archetypal psychologies, Kleinian and intersubjective schools of psychoanalysis, affective neuroscience, quantum physics, yoga, Polarity Therapy, and Advaita Vedanta (a spiritual psychology from India). His book The Practice of Embodying Emotions: A Method for Improving Cognitive, Emotional, and Behavioral Outcomes was published on March 22, 2022. Dr. Selvam's work also draws upon his clinical psychology PhD dissertation on Advaita Vedanta and Jungian psychology, based on which he has published an article titled “Jung and Consciousness,” in the international analytical psychology journal Spring in 2013. He did trauma outreach work in India in 2005–2006 with survivors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, based on which he has published an outcome study titled “Somatic Therapy Treatment Effects with Tsunami Survivors,” in the journal Traumatology in 2008. Dr. Selvam's work is also inspired by the work he did in Sri Lanka in 2011–2013 with survivors of war, violence, loss, and displacement, and with mental health professionals engaged in treating them, after Sri Lanka's thirty-year civil war ended in 2009. Order your copy of The Practice of Embodying Emotions today. ISP Training Details Listen to The Unveil Podcast with Steven Kessler Learn more about Kuya here For a full transcript of this episode, click here.
Lisa Marchiano is an author and Jungian analyst. She's also as a founding member of the Gender Exploratory Therapy Association (GETA) and several other organizations that are working to return therapy to centering the individual, rather than the identity. We talk about how "gender" as a concept has disrupted long-standing therapeutic practices, and what that might say about various clinical models of psychology. Learn more about GETA at https://genderexploratory.com Sign up for the GETA webinar: https://genderexploratory.com/event-clinical-guide-for-therapists-working-with-gender-questioning-youth/ Follow Lisa on twitter: https://twitter.com/LisaMarchiano Find her other writings at: https://lisamarchiano.com/books/ Mattias Desmet on Mass Formation Psychosis: https://youtu.be/ZltdPfal5x0 Support this channel: https://www.paypal.me/benjaminboyce https://cash.app/$benjaminaboyce https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benjaminaboyce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/calmversations/support
Our next guest went from teaching students, to becoming a Jungian expert, to writing another novel that's stirring conversations all over the country. Best-selling author Matthew Quick joins us today to talk about his newest novel, We Are the Light. He shares which landmark inspired this story, why movies hold such a special place in his heart, and what should be on your dad's Christmas list this year (besides beer and football memorabilia). We Are the Light tells the story of Lucas Goodgame, a man who suffered an unimaginable tragedy, and Eli, a boy ostracized from his community who Lucas takes under his wing. In this moving tale of hope and redemption, Lucas and Eli's unlikely film production brings together their small town racked with grief.Get We Are the Light at bookofthemonth.com. New members get their first book for just $9.99 with code VBT at checkout. Learn more about Virtual Book Tour at virtualbooktour.com
Did you know that our dreams can be used for personal development? Dream theorist and Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, suggested that our dreams give us honest portrayals of who we really are and can offer glimpse and visions of possibilities for the future. Our dreams really have all of the ingredients needed for supreme transformation and self-actualization! This week on INSIDE THE WOONIVERSE, I'm speaking with Machiel Klerk: dream expert, licensed mental health therapist, author, social entrepreneur and founder of both the Jung Society of Utah - and Jung Platform. Fascinated by ancient and modern healing traditions, Machiel has traveled all over the globe, studying dream technologies and techniques with dream therapists, Shamans, and Jungian analysts alike. In this conversation, we speak about ways to see beyond this world, connecting to the soul through our dreams, and a special technique Machiel teaches to ask for and receive guidance from our dreams. >>> You can access our Show Notes HERE >>> You can access INSIDE OF THE WOONIVERSE Bonus Material HERE >>>> Click here if you have any questions for Colette, or if you'd like to share any 'A-Ha' moments with us. Your question/comment could appear on a future episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a follow-up to last week, I will be reading the chapter after the excerpt I read last! Both from my book Hunt Manual: 21st Century Demonology & Forteana. Last week was mostly about serial killers and some cult leaders, and this week will mostly be about cult leaders and then some serial killers -- and of course, this will all focus on their occult obsessions, and we'll attempt to analyze these stories from a Jungian perspective. Discussing names and cults like Jim Jones and Marshall Applewhite, Adolfo Constanzo, Lori Vallow, Teal Swan, the Order of the Solar Temple's strange story, and we even happen to get into the stories of Richard "The Iceman" Kuklinski. Although not a cult leader or follower, his tale is woven in as a carry over from last week -- and in a curious way, his connections to the Genovese crime family wound up borderline-esoteric and cultish at times, especially when it came to his "friend" Roy DeMao of the "Gemini Lounge". What are some of the symbolic, psychological underpinnings of the most heinous and charismatic cult leaders? Why might they do what they do, and how do reasonable, educated people fall for these things? It's much more complicated than using a blanket-diagnosis of mental illness. Certainly mental illness is at play here more often than not, but doesn't nearly everyone these days have some sort of diagnosis? How mentally ill must you be to fall susceptible to a cult? While we might be able to point out clear-cut cases of extreme scenarios, the grand scheme is not nearly as black-and-white. One thing however is for certain: whether people are cult leaders or followers, they are all desperately searching for something, and our willing to do whatever it takes to find it. This week's excerpt is not posted on my website or anywhere else, so if you'd like to read it you'll have to grab a copy of my book, but feel free to read last week's excerpt right here. This week's featured music -- support black hoodie rap and your favorite independent artists! Fire in the Sky - Babylon Warchild Supreme Vishnu - Arkeologists x Unknown Mizery Mumbai Wi-Fi - Arkeologists x Unknown Mizery The Taj Mahal - Arkeologists x Unknown Mizery --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackhoodiealchemy/message
Matt Hylom and Lee Benson sit down with Fr. Jonathan Torres to discuss the recent midterm elections, Carl Jung's idea of shadow projection, and musings on going to the movies. -- Become a member and get access to our monthly AMA episode: https://basicallyrelated.com/support Ask questions here: https://basicallyrelated.com/ama Follow Us: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkD2OBHkJhD_S7ipsJs0SaQ https://www.instagram.com/basicallyrelatedpodcast/ Follow Matt Hylom: linktr.ee/matthylom
Robert Bosnak, PsyA, is a Jungian psychoanalyst who graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in 1977. He pioneered the Embodied Imagination method, and his current interest is focused on exploring Embodied Intelligence (MQ). He is a Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and founder of the Santa Barbara … Continue reading "Dreaming and Embodied Imagination with Robert Bosnak"
Linda Yael Schiller, MSW, LICSW is a psychotherapist, consultant, supervisor and trainer in Watertown, MA. By integrating traditional therapeutic styles and techniques with expressive, energy psychology, and body-based modalities, Linda is able to provide support for healing at all levels of the self: mind, body, heart, and spirit. Her philosophy of treatment incorporates both deep healing at the source and practical coaching for daily life issues and dilemmas.Linda works from a psycho-spiritual and body/mind orientation. Potential clients can expect an individualized approach to their needs, and to be met with warmth, respect, and a wide range of therapeutic options available to best help them reach their treatment goals.Linda also works deeply with dreamwork, and offers a group dream circle, individual consultation, and training for professionals on working with dreams. She has designed several innovative methods for dreamwork. One method is based on the Kabbalah, another is a Jungian based approach for dreamwork with trauma survivors called “GAIA” (Guided Active Imagination Approach), and a third is an integration of dreamwork methods across several styles.She is the author of Modern Dreamwork: New Tools for Decoding your Soul's Wisdom (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2019) and Comprehensive and integrative Trauma Treatment (Western Schools, 2010).) PTSDreams: Transforming Your Nightmares from Trauma through Healing Dreamwork (Llewellyn Worldwide, 2022).Please enjoy my conversation with Linda Yael Schiller.
Robert Bosnak, PsyA, is a Jungian psychoanalyst who graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich in 1977. He pioneered the Embodied Imagination method, and his current interest is focused on exploring Embodied Intelligence (MQ). He is a Past President of the International Association for the Study of Dreams and founder of the Santa Barbara … Continue reading "Alchemy and Psychology with Robert Bosnak"
This Wisdom Podcast features Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison. Koshin is an author, Zen teacher, Jungian psychotherapist, and Certified Chaplaincy Educator. He has six years of training at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association as well as clinical contemplative training at both Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center and New York Presbyterian Medical Center which culminated in his […] The post Koshin Paley Ellison: Untangled (#155) appeared first on The Wisdom Experience.
The penultimate episode in this miniseries on Jung's Answer to Job asks the following questions of this text: Q. Why is there no "real" history, sociology, or political science in the Answer to Job and indeed in Jung's work in general? Q. Are there other interpretations of the Answer to Job. Q. How unusual is Jung's interpretation? Q. Jung speaks of God in many ways. Explain further. Q. Does the theory of evolution change all bible studies including the Answer to Job? Q. How can God be the totality and at the same time be a specific component of the unconscious? Q. What impact has Answer to Job had on the practice of Jungian psychotherapy?
This presentation takes place at the Retreat House Community Center in Richardson, Texas. Doug combines three teachings together to provide a deep, practical, and accessible synthesis of: 1) the archetypal wisdom of Jungian psychiatrist and spiritual director, Troy Caldwell, MD (retired), 2) the perennial wisdom of the Enneagram, 3) a modified version of Richard Rohr's teaching of the True Self/False Self, which Doug calls the Anchored Self/Floating Self ----- The images used in this presentation can be found here: https://cosmicchrist.net/2022/11/10/jungian-archetypes-and-the-enneagram-part-2/ References: www.troycaldwell.com www.cac.org www.enneagraminstitute.com
This episode is sponsored by Magic Mind. Get a limited-time 40% off the Magic Mind subscription & 20% off a one-time purchase offer with the discount code bestfriend20 at magicmind.co/bestfriend. Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison has devoted his life to the study and application of psychotherapy and Buddhism. He is also an author, Zen teacher and monk, Jungian psychotherapist, and founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, a nonprofit in Chelsea that offers meditation training and study programs for medical professionals and caregivers. His new book, Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion, is designed to heal society from our shallow “junk” pleasure-seeking culture, where people search for connection in the wrong places and keep their restlessness and anxiety at bay with unfulfilling distractions. Untangled is a welcoming guidebook to finding expansive ease and joy through the Eightfold Path, one of Buddhism's foundational teachings. Learn more about Sensei Ellison and the episode on the podcast blog. In the episode, we discuss (CW: abuse, suicide, death): An overview of Eightfold Path How stepping on this path support us in transforming our lives Healing from trauma and abuse to find the path forward The “tangles” that hold us back, including our fears, anxieties, narratives about ourselves, and self-created insecurities and doubts Lessons from the sick and dying What we can do as a society to begin to take better care of each other The power of patience Connect with Sensei Ellison by following his Instagram, and learn more about Zen Meditation and Contemplative Care at the New York Zen Center. Untangled is available wherever you shop for books. Want to chat about this episode? Text me
We are so excited this week to have Dr. Clarissa Pinkoa Estés (Dr. E, as she is affectionately known) back on our show for the fifth time. Bestselling author of “Women Who Run with the Wolves,” which sold over a million copies; and the multi-volume audio series “The Dangerous Old Woman,” and her most recent book, “Untie the Strong Woman: Blessed Mother's Immaculate Love for the Wild Soul,” which we will be talking about today; Dr. E is also an internationally recognized scholar, award-winning poet, diplomate senior Jungian psychoanalyst, and cantadora (keeper of the old stories in the Latina tradition). Her warmth and wisdom have captivated millions with humor, enlightened discussions and profound insights. The feminine in all of us—male and female—is moved and grown every time she touches us with her stories and gifts from the soul. You are not going to want to miss this one.
How do you know you're going through a kundalini experience? In Indian tradition, Kundalini is considered a goddess. Dana Swain, PhD, is a Jungian depth psychologist, expressive arts therapist, kundalini meditation teacher & author of “When The Light Breaks Through: Understanding Kundalini Experiences Through Psychology, Body, and Story.” What is a Kundalini experience? Awakening to the goddess can literally be jolting & shocking How to receive through dreams Find her: sacredcorecoaching.com
For our discussion this week, I am reading an excerpt from my book Hunt Manual: 21st Century Demonology & Forteana. While the book covers a wide variety of subjects, all under the umbrella-topic of the "unexplainable and horrifying", this excerpt will focus mainly on serial killers with some cult leaders peppered in. And mainly from the perspective of analytic psychology as espoused by CG Jung. A skeptic would say that it is negligent and foolish to consider spirituality in a court of law, and while I don't think something as non-empirical as spirituality has a place in a courtroom, that doesn't mean that spiritual principles don't have their effect on someone that ends up in a courtroom. Perhaps it is too sensationalist to consider a serial killer to be possessed -- but the fact remains that we can find occult obsessions in the stories of serial killers more often than not. Take Jeffrey Dahmer, who attempted to built an altar of skeletons, or Ted Bundy, who consistently spoke of his "entity" that followed him. But then again, let us not forget David Berkowitz, who cartoonishly thought demons were communicating to him through dogs. What other killer stories are there of strange occultism, how much of it is a lie, how much of it is just delusion, and how much might we be able to consider as truly occult? Whether or not you want to use words like possession or demons, nefarious occult obsessions cannot be denied when it comes to studying the dark minds of history's serial killers. Honestly, even if someone were to irrefutably prove that a serial killer had been possessed, I don't think it would or should change anything about law and criminality as we know it. Sorry but life is creepy, and if anyone can be possessed by any sort of demon, don't expect for that to prove your innocence! As someone that believes in some level of metaphysical influence--whatever it be--I think crimes should be paid for regardless. Names mentioned will also include Richard Ramirez, Israel Keyes, Henry Lee Lucas, John Wayne Gayce, Danny Rolling, Richard Chase, and more! This week's featured music -- don't forget to support that black hoodie rap and your favorite independent artists! Fire in the Sky - Babylon Warchild The Karma - Babylon Warchild Realities - String Theory (Hex One x BBZ Darney) Hidden - Epidemic x Jesse James the excerpt I read from today --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackhoodiealchemy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackhoodiealchemy/support
Why You Need a Clear Definition of Success(and how it may be different for Empaths/HSP's/Conscious souls) As part of my series on Empathic Entrepreneurs - I am discussing success. Do you consider yourself successful? If you do, how do you know? What would have to happen for you to consider yourself successful if you don't? And if you are unsure, then it's time to figure it out. Most people define their success based on external results, comparison, or income/wealth. The truth is if you don't define your success, it will be defined for you subconsciously by your conditioning and your unconscious mind.Join me this week as I discuss the following: *Why defining success is important*How to keep motivated*What you need to have a clear definition of success*How success can differ for an empath/HSP/Conscious soulLinks to the Past Episodes in the Series: Why Empaths/Sensitives Make Great EntrepreneursEmpathic Solopreneur: Interview with Laura Voss (Part 2)How Empaths are Different as EntrepreneursApply for your Business Strategy Call Please note: I continue to connect with my clients who are empaths, high-achievers, and experiencing burnout. Your Free Guide: "5 Ways to Feed Your Soul and Rise Into Your Leadership as an Empath" https://theenlightenedheart.pro/free-giftIf you love oracle cards and want a tool to help you step into your confidence and find your inner jewels:Oracle Cards: “The Jewels Inside”IG: https://www.instagram.com/kavitalifecoachFB: https://www.facebook.com/kavitalifecoach
It's one thing to feel good about what we do, and another to feel truly worthy from the inside out. When we increase our self-worth it allows us to take our needs more seriously, get on our own side, and change our lives for the better. On this episode of Being Well, Rick and Forrest explore how we can develop a more durable sense of self-worth. They talk about self-worth vs. self-esteem, what causes people to lack self-worth, Rick's personal story of developing a true sense of worthiness, and why more self-worth probably won't turn you into a narcissistic a**hole.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:00: The value of self-worth2:50: Will improving my self-worth turn me into a narcissist?5:45: What makes people more likely to struggle with self-worth?6:50: Distinguishing self-worth from self-esteem9:30: Rick's own journey to a better sense of self-worth14:55: Inner attacker, inner nurturer, and the beleaguered self.19:15: The process of building up your nurturing parts27:20: Investigating negative stories we tell ourselves30:55: Mutual rapport and being loving33:40: Social aspects of developing self worth, and why therapy works36:50: Non-social aspects38:20: Relating to yourself from a less ego-oriented perspective44:40: Vulnerability and tenderness in our interactions with others46:05: Recap Sponsors:Access over 30 at-home lab tests from Everlywell, and head to everlywell.com/beingwell for twenty percent off your next test.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.MDbio is a plant-based medicine company with natural products that address sleep, anxiety, pain, and immunity. Get your FREE 10-count sample pack by going to mdbiowellness.com and entering the promo code BEINGWELL at checkout!Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
If you look at social media with its reliance on meme-based psychology, you'd think that the Buddhist approach to life is to not let things get to you - that the true spiritual path helps you rise above such limited, unenlightened human feelings like grief, greed, and resentment. Zen teacher Koshin Paley Ellison is here to tell you that your suffering deserves your attention. In this episode we cover: How an experience of targeted violence shaped Koshin's childhood, and what it's taught him about the suffering of others Why it's healthier to spend time in the “life is suffering” part of the 4 Noble Truths, rather than rushing to the other 3 as solutions How to work with the pain and the suffering in your own life, so that it doesn't fester and cause more harm Why going to the furniture store looking for milk is only going to lead to disappointment Koshin's new book, Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion Notable quotes: “That's why those very powerful giants of greed and resentment and delusion are so important. Tell me about how those things affect you, and I'll tell you how they affect "Only then can we get really real.” - Koshin Paley Ellison “You'll never be free until you can be still with your pain.” - Koshin Paley Ellison “We're in such a habit of managing the feelings instead of naming the experience.” - Megan Devine About our guest: Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison is an author, Zen teacher, and Jungian psychotherapist who has devoted his life to the study and application of psychotherapy and Buddhism. Koshin co-founded the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, with his husband Chodo Robert Campbell, to transform the culture of care through contemplative practice by meeting illness, aging, and death with compassion and wisdom. Koshin's work has been featured in the New York Times, PBS, and CBS Sunday Morning among other media outlets. His newest book is Untangled: Walking the Eightfold Path to Clarity, Courage, and Compassion. Additional resources: Chodo and Koshin joined us in season one of Here After. Listen to that episode here. Learn about the New York Zen Center's contemplative care program at zencare.org Announcement: want to become a grief-informed therapist? Registration is open now for Megan Devine's 6 month grief care professional program. Details at this link. Get in touch: Thanks for listening to this week's episode of Here After with Megan Devine. Tune in, subscribe, leave a review, send in your questions, and share the show with everyone you know. Together, we can make things better, even when they can't be made right. Follow Here After with Megan Devine on TikTok @hereafterpod Have a question, comment, or a topic you'd like us to cover? call us at (323) 643-3768 or visit megandevine.co For more information, including clinical training and consulting, visit us at www.Megandevine.co For grief support & education, follow us at @refugeingrief on IG, FB, TW, and @hereafterpod on TT Check out Megan's best-selling books - It's Okay That You're Not Okay and How to Carry What Can't Be FixedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Nick Grant, a psychologist, Dr. Mike Metzger of Clapham Institute, and Ray Bard my publisher, each taught me about water.Life is a journey on water. Your conscious mind is above the waterline. Your unconscious is beneath.That weightless, magical world below the waterline is fundamentally different from the world of facts, figures and logic that hovers above it.The arts are an invigorating plunge into the unconscious, that part of your mind that understands the languages of color, shape, proximity, radiance, shadow, silhouette, pitch, key, tempo, interval, contour, rhythm, and frame-line magnetism.Our relationship to the unconscious is like our relationship to water. We need it by the cupful to survive, but if you stay underwater too long, you will drown; a psychotic break.Life is a journey on water. To better understand this Jungian journey, watch Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in the 1990 film, “Joe Versus the Volcano.”Nick Grant made me aware of the symbolic nature of water.Mike Metzger taught me how to look at water in a second way:You meet four people on the Ocean of Life, but you meet them again and again. The first person you meet is drifting, pushed each day by the winds and waves of circumstances. The drifter always goes with the flow. You know you've met a drifter when they say, “Whatever. It's all good.”The second person you meet is surfing. They seem to be having a good time, but they never really get anywhere. They mostly paddle around in the ocean, looking for another wave to ride. The surfer is always looking for “the next big thing.”The third person you meet is drowning. Lots of people “go under” once or twice in life and need a helping hand. They may need rescue financially, or chemically, or relationally, but this is normal.There are also professional drowners: “It's been the worst week of my life, I don't know what I'm going to do.” So you come to the rescue… but the next time you see them, “It's been the worst week of my life, I don't know what I'm going to do.”The fourth person you meet is sailing. Confronted by the same winds and waves that controlled the drifter, surfer, and drowner, the sailor navigates. “If I turn the rudder and adjust the sails, this wind will take me wherever I want to go.”You cannot navigate by watching the wind and waves. You must have a fixed point, a non-negotiable guiding light that does not move. The North Star – Polaris – is perfectly aligned above the axis of the earth. It is that guiding light around which the whole world revolves. What is your non-negotiable, your star that does not move? When you have found it, you will always know where – and who – you are.Ray Bard taught me a third way to look at water. When you're writing a book or considering a business venture, it is essential that you discover two things:1. How widespread is the public interest?2. How deep is that interest?If public interest is neither widespread nor deep, you're looking at a puddle. Never invest time or money in a puddle.If interest is widespread but not deep, you're looking at a bayou. Be careful. A bayou looks like an ocean at first because the interest is wide, wide, wide. But that interest is not deep enough to drive action. You can go broke when you see a bayou and think it is an ocean.If interest is narrow but deep, you're looking into a well. You can draw a lot of water from a well. “The Care and Feeding of Quarter Horses” held no interest for most readers, but those who owned a quarter horse had deep interest. The book was successful.If public interest is wide and deep, you're looking at an ocean. But you're going to need a boat – a platform – on which to navigate your ocean. If you don't have a platform,...
In the second episode of The Marc Clair Show, Marc invites relationship and mindset consultant Skylar Swall onto the show. Skylar shares his journey from anxious teenager to twenty-something degenerate to the husband he is today. Skylar left behind a life of drugs, alcohol and promiscuity in favor of turning his life around - eventually winning his first amateur kickboxing fight! Premium subscribers also get access to the the smoke-filled room segment, where Marc and Skylar bat around their thoughts on the Satanic messaging coming out of Hollywood, what It means to "worship Satan" (and why we all do in some way), and the Jungian idea of integrating the shadow.For early access, extended interviews and exclusive bonus content, support The Marc Clair Show on one of the following platforms:Patreon: Patreon.com/MarcClairShowRokfin: Rokfin.com/MarcClairShowSubscribeStar: Subscribestar.com/Marc-Clair-ShowJoin the Marc Clair Show Telegram ChatFollow Marc's writing at MarcClair.Substack.comFind links to all of my platforms and premium subscription sites over at MarcClair.com.
Machiel Klerk is a social entrepreneur, a licensed mental health therapist, an international speaker, and a dream worker. Trained as a Jungian psychologist and an expert in the spiritual and therapeutic value of dreams, he has traveled the world studying the healing and dream technologies of many cultures, especially in Africa where he was born. He's the founder of the Jung Society of Utah and of Jung Platform, an online teaching organization. His new book is Dream Guidance: Connecting to the Soul Through Dream Incubation. We spoke about his background, his book, and the spiritual insights and guidance that can be gleaned from dreams. Learn more about Machiel Klerk here: https://machielklerk.com/about-me/.
Season 2 Episode 19 Part 1 of 2 Frey's "Courtship" of Gerdr Shawn and David tell the story of Frey the lovesick lover from Snori's Prose Edda Frey shows up in relatively few stories, besides his arrival with the Aesir in a hostage exchange with the Vanir, Lokasenna, and Skirnismal - the story of Frey gaining the hand of the giantess Gerd, through the coercive efforts of his servant Skirnir. Shawn and David talk about Frey as a fertility god and the archetypal Lover. David gives more detail on the myth of Percival, the Holy Grail, and the Fisher King, as a potential parallel to Frey's story and the existing Jungian analysis of the meaning behind Percival, the Hero who finds the Lover aspect. Next week look forward to Part 2 - Skirnismal from the Poetic Edda and more discussion of the Shadow aspects of Frey the Lover and how Percival finds true love and mature masculinity where Frey fails. David is starting a mindfulness group. It's free to join and everyone is welcome. Next group is November 12th, Saturday 7:30am Pacific 10:30am Eastern. It will be before the Stoicon X virtual event at The Walled Garden: https://thewalledgarden.com/events Donate to help buy Shawn & David matching drinking horns and participate in the December 2022 Fireside Chat! https://tworavenpodcast.wordpress.com/donation/ or https://www.patreon.com/prosocheproject Ways to support us: If you have been enjoying our show, please write a 5 star review on itunes to help spread our podcast to a wider audience: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/between-two-ravens-a-norse-mythology-podcast/id1604263830 Follow us or leave a message on Twitter or Instagram: Twitter: (@TwoRavenPodcast): https://twitter.com/TwoRavenPodcast Instagram: (@BetweenTwoRavens): https://www.instagram.com/betweentworavens/ Check out David's writing: Prosoche Project (www.prosocheproject.com). Walled Garden (https://thewalledgarden.com/davidalexander) Additional Info/Books Discussed: 'He: Understanding Masculine Psychology' by Robert A. Johnson: https://amzn.to/3fB18Lr Our podcast is part of The Walled Garden Podcast Network. The Walled Garden is committed to the pursuit of Truth, Wisdom, Virtue, and the Divine, wherever it might be found. Visit thewalledgarden.com to learn more about weekly meet-ups and the writing and podcasts of our other contributors.
Matthew Quick, author of The Silver Linings Playbook, shares himself and his new book, We Are the Light. Writer's block led Quick to This Jungian Life podcast, analysis, and letter writing as a literary device. Letters free us even as the privacy of the page dares us to reveal ourselves, risk intimacy, and express our longing to be received. Lucas, the main character, rediscovers himself through faithful letters to his former Jungian analyst after a movie theater shooting takes 18 lives, including his wife's. Fragile, valiant, and humorously naive, Lucas Goodgame plays the game of life that Jung termed individuation. Lucas plays with all his heart, and his alliance with an alienated teen ignites the magic of healing in surprising ways. Did Quick create Lucas—or was Lucas waiting for Quick to unblock and let him in? Our conversation sheds light on the relationship between author and character, creativity and healing, Jungian analysis and soul. This book is about the angels and grace that lead us from grieving to living—and love. REFERENCES: Learn more about Matthew Quick: https://matthewquickwriter.com/ Sign-Up for Matthew's monthly personal letter: https://matthewquickwriter.com/contact/#personal-letter Purchase a copy of We Are the Light https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1668005425?tag=simonsayscom GIVE US A HAND! Please become our patron: https://www.patreon.com/ThisJungianLife RESOURCES: Learn to Analyze your own Dreams: https://thisjungianlife.com/enroll/ Enroll in our Philadelphia Jungian Seminar and start your journey to becoming an analyst: https://www.cgjungphiladelphia.org/seminar.shtml Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisJungianLife/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisjungianlifepodcast/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thisjungianlife/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisJungianLife #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #selfcare #selflove #anxiety #love #mentalhealthmatters #depression #motivation #health #wellness #healing #life #loveyourself #therapy #inspiration #happiness #mindset #positivity #positivevibes #mentalillness #psychology #wellbeing #recovery #instagood #happy #mensmovement #toxicmasculinity #positivemasculinity #masculinity #trauma #PTSD #angels #psychoanalysis #jungiananalysis #shootings #alcoholism #AlcoholicsAnonymous #mentoring #communitymentalhealth #spirituality
"Now hear this. Now hear this. On this week's episode of Kirking Off Kira and Bashir head to the Mirror Universe, and to recap the Mirror Universe goes something like this: Mirror Spock became a sort of Spock Jesus after being influenced by Prime Kirk in the TOS episode, 'Mirror, Mirror'. Now we learn that as a result of Spock Jesus's reforms his empire was smashed, and he was ousted from power by the Alliance. When Kira and Bashir arrive in the Mirror Universe Kira meets her Mirror double. The Cardassians and Klingons are in power and the Terrans are subjugated. O'Brien is doing his best turn-of-the-century factory worker archetype. Sisko is a giggling pirate who routinely bangs Mirror Kira. Garak is still a duplicitous espionage type, and Odo is still a tyrannical fascist. Quark is a - turned into a bit of a - space Harriet Tubman whisking oppressed Terrans off to their freedom. A wonderful dynamic exists between Mirror Kira and Prime Kira, and the lads explore narcissism, nature versus nurture, and what it would be like to meet your Jungian shadow. Some prompting questions: What would Prime Kira have done if given extreme power in the midst of her resistance fighting days? What would you do? Is the Mirror Universe the bastard son of a 1000 maniacs? We present to you Crossover, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Season 2 - Episode 23 Hosts: https://linktr.ee/lsgdean (Dean), Nathan, and Brian Connect with us: https://www.facebook.com/groups/kirkingoff (Kirking Off FB Group) https://discord.com/invite/8FmrT9Drvu (Discord) Support the show: Join Membership - https://my.captivate.fm/www.libertystreetgeek.net/join (www.libertystreetgeek.net/join) Donate - https://my.captivate.fm/www.libertystreetgeek.net/donate (www.libertystreetgeek.net/donate)
Natalie Levin has made her living as a professional opera singer and yoga teacher for the first half of her life. She then discovered and immersed herself in the healing magic of Jungian analysis and astrology. In this episode of A Psychic's Story, we talk about what Jungian therapy is and how nothing is ever wasted, and how she brings the tools of humor psychic talents, artistry, Jungian analysis, couples' therapy and trauma therapy to her sessions with clients. We also discuss how Natalie is familiar with the practical work of the 12 step communities and at the same time is able to connect her clients with what is beyond the veil of the three dimensional. For more information about Natalie or to book a session, visit her website.Follow her on Instagram @NatalieLevinAstrology. Like on Facebook. Watch on YouTube.Try out the Cheesecake Factory Caesar Salad Pasta. A Psychic's Story wouldn't be possible without your support so THANK YOU for listening. And if you would like to help out, please:Subscribe in your favorite podcast player.FOLLOW @apsychicsstory on Instagram. BOOK a session with Nichole.SIGN-UP to receive emails, news, alerts and more from A Psychic's Story.This podcast is intended to inspire you on your personal journey toward inner peace. The podcast host, co-hosts or guests are not psychologists or medical doctors and do not offer any professional health or medical advice. If you are suffering from any psychological or medical conditions, please seek help from a qualified health professional.Support the show
United Freedom Collective - “MERCY (feat. FACESOUL)” from the 2022 Am Ta EP on Dama Dama. At the core of the United Freedom Collective are three musicians: Mathieu Seynaeve, WaiFung Tsang, and Robbie Redway. The trio convened in a remote barn in Cornwall, in South West England, to create music inspired by Zen Taoism, Buddhism, Jungian analysis, meditation, yoga, and more. “It's supposed to be something more than us” they explain in a press statement, “it's music with intention, music for healing”. This open and experimental approach can be heard on their debut EP Am Ta. The intentional band name of "United Freedom Collective" leaves the door open for frequent collaborators, and on today's Song of the Day, we hear from Somali-born, U.K.-based singer/songwriter FACESOUL, who the band describe as "a dear brother who spent some time with us in Cornwall earlier this year to cook up some magic with his unbelievable voice." Read the full story at KEXP.orgSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today, we've got the incredible Dr. Joli Hamilton! She is the relationship coach for couples who color outside the lines. She is an AASECT-certified sex educator and depth psychologist whose research focuses on creative relationship structures. Joli has a Ph.D. in Jungian and archetypal psychology and has combined decades of lived experience with three psychology degrees a sexuality certificate, and making jealousy her primary academic research topic. Polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, creative monogamy- Joli flips the script on "normal" and can help guide you into the life you were meant to have! "We've lost the art of casual dating." ~ Joli Hamilton Today's conversation highlights why non-monogamous relationships are considered taboo and why they can be successful for many. We also get honest about how jealousy can affect open relationships and why there is so much negativity around non-monogamy. Thank you, Joli, for joining me and sharing your wisdom. I appreciate you; this discussion was enlightening, insightful, and informative. Peace, love, and truth, xo j xo j Find Joli here Get a copy of my NEW BOOK! Midlife Priceless: A Dating Coach's Guide to *Finally* Doing Relationships Right HERE! Here's the link to my Online Dating Course: DOING DATING RIGHT! Join the Facebook Group and leave a question for a future episode: https://www.facebook.com/groups/doingdivorcerightpodcast Where to find me: Website: https://jenniferhurvitz.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jenniferhurvitzbiz/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doingrelationshipsright/ Youtube: CLICK HERE ♥️ TikTok: CLICK HERE! Pinterest: click here! You can connect with my editor, Cianna Reider, at https://yourpodcastva.weebly.com/ Get a copy of Jen's book, "Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach's Guide to Staying Married" here. Time Codes: [00:46] Our guest today, Joli Hamilton [01:20] What Joli does for couples. [02:00] Why do we think we can have only one partner? [03:30] Jealousy [05:19] The taboo of non-monogamy. [07:45] Non-monogamy is only a problem if we don't have the right skills. [09:44] Stop obsessing about other people's past. [11:44] Everyone has had other partners. [14:40] Does jealousy come from hiding things? [15:30] How we can learn to LOVE our budget. [18:07] Jealousy is not proof someone loves me. [20:00] What's your history with jealousy? [21:59] Open up the communication. [23:00] Why does monogamy make us feel special? [27:35] What we learn from past relationships? [29:30] You have enough love for multiple people. [34:40] The 5 Pillars for relationships. [39:00] How do you help people?
Matthew Quick is the New York Times bestselling author of The Silver Linings Playbook—which was made into an Oscar-winning film—and eight other novels. His work has been translated into more than thirty languages, received a PEN/Hemingway Award Honorable Mention, was an LA Times Book Prize finalist, a New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice, a #1 bestseller in Brazil, a Deutscher Jugendliteratur Preis 2016 (German Youth Literature Prize) nominee, and selected by Nancy Pearl as one of Summer's Best Books for NPR. The Hollywood Reporter has named him one of Hollywood's 25 Most Powerful Authors. But wait, there's more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It's that simple and we'll give you good stuff as a thank you! Matthew Quick and I Discuss What We Can Learn From Our Bad Wolf and … His book, We Are the Light What drew him to Jungian analysis and his ideas on synchronicity His healing journey and what he learned about himself Learning to face his pain from a sober light Losing access to a creative part of him when he stopped drinking How his work with his analyst replaced the alcohol in his life The importance of community What the term “father hunger” means His unique relationship with his analyst How he learned to redeem his father The important themes he covers in his latest novels Doing the hard work in the second half of life The respect he has developed for the craft of novel writing Matthew Quick Links Matthew's Website Sign Up for Matthew's Monthly Personal Letter (MPL) By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Matthew Quick, check out these other episodes: Matthew Quick - 2017 Interview Matthew Quick - 2016 Interview Living Between Worlds with James Hollis See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the 21st century, witchcraft is trending. TikTokers, for example, sharing witch-based content, have amassed over 20 billion views under the hashtag “witchtok” and, as the trend grows, major retailers (including Sephora, Urban Outfitters, and many more) have eagerly started selling mystical crystals, spell books, and other witchy paraphernalia hoping to cash in on this growing faith movement. And yet all of this still leaves us with the question: who exactly are these self-professed witches? Some of you may even be wondering, is witchcraft actually real? To help cut through misinformation and shine a light directly on what witchcraft looks like today, we decided to go straight to the source and fortunately found Kari - a present-day, practicing witch - who was willing to sit down with our podcast's editor, Sam Rose, for a conversation about ritual, history, stereotypes, and the self-identified witches who still walk among us. Kari (she/her) is a student of Jungian psychology, an active member of the Hyperian movement, and has been a practicing witch for over 40 years.
Danielle Blackwood is a professional astrologer with more than 30 years experience and is certified in the Principles and Practice of Contemporary Psychological Astrology. Danielle is also a Registered Counseling Therapist (RTC) in private practice. Her therapeutic approach is transpersonal, archetypal, and person centered, and she holds a certificate in Jungian and Post Jungian Clinical Concepts through The Center of Applied Jungian Studies. Danielle has been a priestess and educator since 1994, facilitating workshops, retreats, classes and public ritual. Danielle Blackwood is the author of “A Lantern in The Dark: Navigating Life's Crossroads with Story, Ritual and Sacred Astrology”. She is a passionate lifelong student of folklore, mythology, and depth psychology, and helping others through their rites of passage when they find themselves in a dark wood, is at the heart of her work. www.danielleblackwood.com Insta: @danielleblackwoodastrologer FB:https://www.facebook.com/danielle.blackwood.98# --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crossroadsncauldrons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crossroadsncauldrons/support
Jungian analyst and astrologer Marianne Meister, Ph.D. joins us from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich to discuss her book, The Key to the Self: Understanding Yourself through Depth Psychological Astrology
If you're trying to figure out how to navigate this whole adulthood thing, and maybe even do some personal growth along the way, we have the perfect episode for you this week! Listen in as Debbie talks with Satya Doyle Byock, Jungian psychotherapist, and author of the book Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood. Satya shares her ideas about the struggle to find both meaning and stability in adulthood, and offers ideas for fostering psychological growth. Listen and Learn: Hear Debbie's attempt to "nutshell" all of Jungian psychology in two minutes or less (Jungians everywhere, please forgive her!) Some of the unique aspects of the stage of quarterlife (or early adulthood, typically in the 20s and early 30s), and why Satya loves working with this age group in her clinical practice. Why quarterlife can be a time of "crisis" for some people, and how it can be viewed as an opportunity for psychological growth How the traditional markers of adulthood reflect acquisition culture. How the traditional markers of adulthood reflect acquisition culture. The tension between seeking meaning and stability, and the unique challenges faced by "meaning types" and "stability types" What Carl Jung had to say about the "serpentine path" of self-exploration Why it can be worthwhile to explore the darker, "shadow" aspects of ourselves The four pillars of psychological growth How Jungian and behavioral psychology approaches might have more in common than you realize! (And yes, non-therapist listeners, we know you might not care about this at all!) Resources: Buy the book Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood! Find Satya online at SatyaByock.com and follow her on Instagram @satyabyock. Check out some online salons & seminars on classical Jungian psychology and its current application at SalomeInstitute.com and on Instagram: @satyabyock. Grab your copy of all our favorite books at bookshop.org/shop/offtheclockpsych. Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Satya Satya Doyle Byock is a psychotherapist in private practice in Portland, Oregon and the author of Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood (Random House, 2022). Her clinical work and writing focus on how developmental psychology attends to the first twenty years of adulthood, incorporating a depth psychological as well as social justice lens. Rather than just emphasize the search for security and stability in this stage of life, Satya has introduced a framework for an exploration of meaning as well. Satya's clinical work, writing, and teaching are rooted in Jungian psychology, trauma-informed care, and historical research. She teaches online at The Salome Institute of Jungian Studies, which she founded and directs. You can find her at SatyaByock.com and SalomeInstitute.com and on Instagram: @satyabyock. Related Episodes 138. Exploring Existence and Purpose: Existentialism with Robyn Walser 116. Building a Meaningful, Values-based Life with Jenna LeJeune 79. Thriving In Adolescence with Louise Hayes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices