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Carl Jung on "The Symbolic Life"

Carl Jung on "The Symbolic Life" | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

From C.G. Jung...."You see, man is in need of a symbolic life - badly in need. We only live banal, ordinary, rational, or irrational things . . . but we have no symbolic life. Where do we live symbolically? Nowhere except where we participate in the ritual of life. . . . "

Have you got a corner somewhere in your house where you perform the rites, as you can see in India? Even the very simple houses there have at least a curtained corner where the members of the household can perform the symbolic life, where they can make their new vows or their meditation. We don't have it; we have no such corner. We have our own room, of course, - but there is a telephone that can ring us up at any time, and we always must be ready. We have no time, no place.

We have no symbolic life, and we are all badly in need of the symbolic life. Only the symbolic life can express the need of the soul - the daily need of the soul, mind you! And because people have no such thing, they can never step out of this mill - this awful, banal, grinding life in which ... (Click title for more)

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Pioneered by William James, Sigmund Freud, and Carl Gustav Jung, Depth Psychology is the study of how we dialogue with the Unconscious via symbols, dreams, myth, art, nature. By paying attention to the messages that show up from beyond our conscious egos, we can be guided to greater understanding, transformation, and integration with the world around us, inner and outer. Join the conversation in community at www.DepthPsychologyAlliance.com
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Scientists Discover People Who Are Awake Can Influence Dreams Of Sleeping People Using Telepathy

Scientists Discover People Who Are Awake Can Influence Dreams Of Sleeping People Using Telepathy | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
Dream telepathy suggests that human beings have the ability to communicate telepathically with another person while they are dreaming. This isn’t a new concept, scientific interest in telepathy dates back to the fathers of the psychoanalytic movement. Freud, for example, looked at the implications of telepathy on psychoanalytic thought. He also considered dream telepathy, or the telepathic […]

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Laura M. Smith's curator insight, February 12, 7:59 AM

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla

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FREE: Earth, Climate, Dreams: Online Panel and Community Conversation

FREE: Earth, Climate, Dreams: Online Panel and Community Conversation | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
Everywhere you look, our beautiful earth seems to be in peril. Our culture is in decline and potentially in danger of collapse. In ancient times—and even still today—earth-based peoples tended dreams as the voice of the earth. These dreams provided insight and understanding into how to be stewards of the earth and are a powerful modality that may yet serve as our best hope to overcome the apathy and give us guidance and direction about how to best proceed. Click title for more about this free online panel
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Confronting Signs of a Society in Decline

Confronting Signs of a Society in Decline | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
As a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Chris Hedges carries with him nearly two decades of experience reporting from war-torn countries like Yugoslavia, El Salvador, and also Gaza and South Sudan. In this capacity, he has witnessed the decline and disintegration of multiple societies, a perspective which has surely influenced his capacity regard the decline and potential destruction of our own modern culture that seems severely out of order. There is a psychological mechanism by which people seek to blind themselves... (Click title for more)
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Alchemy: Vessel for Personal Transformation (Or, Alchemy: The Life it Saves May Be Your Own!) — by Clara Lindstrom

Alchemy: Vessel for Personal Transformation (Or, Alchemy: The Life it Saves May Be Your Own!) — by Clara Lindstrom | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Life change can be terrifying. When things fall apart, a threatened ego will grasp at almost anything to stave off rising waves of panic, anxiety, and depression. Conventional psychiatry is quick to oblige by recommending pharmaceutical medications that will ostensibly lift the user out of these states. However, if one has a certain amount of support and the proper map, one may actually plumb the depths of transformation and reap the rewards of those uncomfortable, shadowy realms.

 

For me, that map was alchemy, and it proved the deciding factor in successfully navigating rough terrain. What follows is an exploration of a transformational crisis, or spiritual emergency (Grof & Grof, 1991) through the lens of alchemy... (Click title to read the full article free via Depth Insights™)

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Let’s Talk Work!—The Practical and the Sacred, a twice-weekly depth psychology call-in program with Dorene Mahoney, M.A.

Let’s Talk Work!—The Practical and the Sacred, a twice-weekly depth psychology call-in program with Dorene Mahoney, M.A. | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

In this twice-weekly 90-minute show, experienced career coach Dorene Mahoney will help listeners/viewers in real time as they solve issues around:

•being or becoming employed,

•thriving in a difficult work environment,

•dealing with job burn-out,

•turning one’s calling into paying work,

•resolving office conflicts,

•preparing for an interview,

•making a job change,

•proceeding with a job search after being fired,

•asking for a raise

. . . anything related to expressing oneself at work, and all topics explored through a depth lens. As CG Jung might say, whatever else a work problem is, it is also symbolic of something more than and different from what it appears to be on the surface... (Click title for more)

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Mass Extinction: Grief and Creativity Group—Online Opening Circle March 3, 2016

Mass Extinction: Grief and Creativity Group—Online Opening Circle March 3, 2016 | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

This experiential online group gathers in witness to mass death and with appreciation for the given grief's creative potential. Together, we explore what global loss ignites in reflective process and expression, considering destruction's creative, formative nature and expression's regenerative potential as we share story, poetry, and visual art.

 

During the opening circle March 3, 2016, we introduce ourselves and receive our first creative task, which we will work with on our own after the gathering and share, as we are so led, with the group through posts on Depth Alliance and in subsequent video meets... (Click title for more details)

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Hecate’s Guiding Flame: A Mythical Perspective at the Crossroads of Addiction and Recovery—by Tricia Durni

Hecate’s Guiding Flame: A Mythical Perspective at the Crossroads of Addiction and Recovery—by Tricia Durni | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
To find Hecate in the world around us, we need to be curious about the ways in which we imagine our world. As was mentioned previously, this takes seeing through things in a mythical way. In order to make this movement we need to access a different way of imagining. Poet William Blake tells us, “imagination is the human existence itself” (as cited in Avens, 2003, p. 25).

 

However, as adults in our society imagination has been devalued an even dismissed. Often told as we grow from children into adolescents that the way in which we perceive the world is “only in our imagination” and that we need to “live in reality.” In this dampening down of our imagination, we are in essence ignoring the gods and their myths. Rather than trying to concretize our lives into the pretty little boxes of “reality” we could instead ask ourselves, “What god is speaking right now?” or “What particular god consciousness is appearing in this moment?” This is not to say that the answer to these questions will provide us with... (Click title to read the full article)

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fyou live in the darkness, as Hecate does, your eyes begin to adjust to the shadows and your sensibility becomes more acute, more attune. You are forced to rely on your own senses, your own way of perceiving in order to navigate about the darkness. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/hecates-guiding-flame-a-mythical-perspective-at-the-crossroads-of-addiction-and-recovery-by-tricia-durni/#sthash.9Qgysoyi.dpuf
hen you live in the darkness, as Hecate does, your eyes begin to adjust to the shadows and your sensibility becomes more acute, more attune. You are forced to rely on your own senses, your own way of perceiving in order to navigate about the darkness. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/hecates-guiding-flame-a-mythical-perspective-at-the-crossroads-of-addiction-and-recovery-by-tricia-durni/#sthash.9Qgysoyi.dpuf
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Jung, Individuation, and Film — Blog post and audio Interview with Glen Slater, PhD

Jung, Individuation, and Film — Blog post and audio Interview with Glen Slater, PhD | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
Ever since I met Dr. Glen Slater in 2008, I have known him to be a particularly passionate and knowledgeable advocate of film. I often see his film reviews in…
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Are you addicted to perfection?—or living with someone who is?—Free Reading Circle

Are you addicted to perfection?—or living with someone who is? How does it affect you?

Join this 5-week reading circle for Jungian Marion Woodman's "Addiction to Perfection"—led by Gary S. Bobroff

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"The Language of Trauma"—Live Video Interview 2/22: Dr. Michael Conforti with Bonnie Bright

Join Jungian analyst Michael Conforti on 2/22 for a free live video broadcast with Dr. Bonnie Bright about “The Language of Trauma" via Depth Psychology Alliance. 

Together, we’ll explore

The wisdom of psyche in communicating the unconscious experiences of traumaWays in which traditional therapy must face its limitations in the domain of traumaHow individuals, in movement towards resilience, experience benevolence which they felt had been lost not only to them, but to the worldHow therapy needs to return to its origins as a spiritual journey in order to help the individual live with the pain while opening to the archetypal experience of benevolence

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Crete Spring: An Appreciation for James Hillman (1926–2011) -...

Crete Spring: An Appreciation for James Hillman (1926–2011) -... | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Before leaving New York, my forage through a book bin on upper Broadway yielded a paperback of James Hillman's Re-Visioning Psychology, a book the author claimed was about "soul-making."  I'd never heard of Hillman, but there were Greek gods on the cover, which augured well.


Decades later, I would have the honor of meeting and hosting James Hillman several times at the literary series I curate for the Los Angeles Public Library. But in the wake of Hillman's death this past fall, at the age of 85, it's the memory of that first, intense encounter with his work on that trip to Crete that re-asserts itself with such insistence.


What better place than Crete to read about archetypal patterns or, in Hillman's words, "Gods affecting our styles of consciousness."  Europa swam back to Crete after being mounted by Zeus in the form of a bull; royal dolphins leap blue waves on murals in the royal palace at Knossos, where King Minos threw Theseus into the labyrinth to face the Minotaur. ... (Click title for more)...

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Eva Rider's curator insight, December 1, 2015 12:34 AM

Beautiful article on the legacy of James Hillman. Thanks to Bonnie Bright for the post.

 

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8 Famous Ideas That Came From Dreams (Literally) - Expanded Consciousness

8 Famous Ideas That Came From Dreams (Literally) - Expanded Consciousness | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Inspiration can strike in the most unexpected places, and often, the best creative ideas occur while we’re sleeping. Dreams can be a rich source of inner wisdom, and they can be useful in a variety of contexts, from problem-solving to reducing stress.

 

According to psychoanalyst Carl Jung, our dreams can function on many different levels, from telling us which parts of our psyche are out of balance to anticipating our future needs. He also believed that most dreams operated on the level of stories, myths and archetypes — making them a wonderful source of ideas and inspiration.

 

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Synchronicity Means Seeing A Heart-Shaped World —Gary Bobroff

Synchronicity Means Seeing A Heart-Shaped World —Gary Bobroff | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Both Sheldrake and the pioneering Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung noticed the statistical reality of ‘beginner’s luck’ and that with the loss of emotion came a change of luck: “a certain affective condition seems to be indispensable.”


And as with beginner’s luck, feeling (whether it is conscious or unconscious) also seems to be an indispensable condition for synchronicity. Synchronicities are moments where outer events and inner states come together in meaningful parallels that are too explicit to explain away: we were just talking about someone and they call us; we break up with someone and we run into them all over town; we feel it in our heart when someone we love needs us, or ... (Click title for full article)

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DreamTending and the Global Dream Initiative: Dr. Douglas Thomas with Bonnie Bright PhD

DreamTending and the Global Dream Initiative: Dr. Douglas Thomas with Bonnie Bright PhD | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

This video interview features Depth Psychotherapist and Dream Tender, Dr. Douglas Thomas, in conversation with Bonnie Bright, Ph.D..

In this short interview, Dr. Douglas Thomas speaks with Bonnie Bright about Dream Tending, a process created by Steven Aizenstat, Ph.D.,, and it's application to the budding Global Dream Initiative, which engages a world ensouled and considers dreams as the voice of the earth.

Dr. Thomas is demonstrating Dream Tending in action ONLINE on behalf of the Global Dream Initiative at Pacifica Graduate Institute's 40th Anniversary conference, Climates of Change and the Therapy of Ideas, which runs April 21-24, 2016 in Santa Barbara, CA.

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Dreaming the Earth: Earthing the Dream—Depth Psychology and Appreciative Nature Practices with Dr. Pat Katsky

Dreaming the Earth: Earthing the Dream—Depth Psychology and Appreciative Nature Practices with Dr. Pat Katsky | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
How can we use appreciative nature practices to reconnect with the earth and the images from our dreams asking us to step out into nature?
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Spirit, Soul, and the Secular: An Interview with Thomas Moore

Spirit, Soul, and the Secular: An Interview with Thomas Moore | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
In order to have a soulful life, we need to have a sense of the holy... Best selling author Thomas Moore, who was friends with archetypal psychologist James Hillman for 38 years, shares insights into spirit, soul and the secular in our current culture in this interview with Bonnie Bright, PhD (click title to read the full article and get the link to listen)
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The Sleeping King Alchemical Symbols as Manifest in Dream, Alchemy, & Creative Work — by Gary T. Bartlett

The Sleeping King Alchemical Symbols as Manifest in Dream, Alchemy, & Creative Work — by Gary T. Bartlett | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

The king is the central person of order within a kingdom; the medium through which the upper and lower worlds are connected to the middle world of mortal reality. Speaking of the centrality of kingship, John Weir Perry, in Lord of the Four Corners: Myths of the Royal Father (1966) tells us that:

In the symbolic cosmos, the locus of most supreme and intense powerfulness was the axial center, and any figure or object occupying this position became thereby highly numinous and evoked feelings of awe and reverence. For not only was this the focal point at which the world’s powers were concentrated, but even more significantly, it was the connecting link between the three planes of existence, the sky world, the world of man, and the underworld. (pp. 18-19)

The king is also, as the generator and vehicle of the law, the establisher of the boundaries of the realm. This is not a mere geographical feat, but one of cosmic and psychic (Click title to read full article)

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Eva Rider's curator insight, February 27, 6:36 PM

Wonderful exploration of the King Archetype and one that is worth rekindling in these times.

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The Aural Tradition Alchemy and Sound in Psychotherapy — by Joel Bell

The Aural Tradition Alchemy and Sound in Psychotherapy — by Joel Bell | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

The ocular bias of alchemy can be attributed in part to the symbolic language of dreams and projections that are at the heart of the alchemical adventure. I haven’t come across the smell or taste of the roasting salamander (though I am sure it tastes like chicken.)

 

As well, the written word, etchings, and prints like the muter librus are mute and emphasize sight as the psychological sense for gathering experience; we study the visual image. But what if we consider sound? Since alchemy starts with a symbolic attitude toward all experience, let us proceed from the perspective that sound is an aspect of image, as well.

The absence of sound in psychology is a curious thing.... (Click title to read the full article)

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The Therapy Room and the Interactive Field: Dr. Joseph Cambray on Becoming a Supervisor in Depth - includes link to an audio interview

The Therapy Room and the Interactive Field: Dr. Joseph Cambray on Becoming a Supervisor in Depth - includes link to an audio interview | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Through clients’ dreams and through certain events in their lives, it is possible to see how the unconscious is mobilized and activated. More, there is a field that transpires between the therapist and client—what Jung himself might have described as “a multi-dimensional field within the limited frame of our own sensory perception.” Therapists hone certain skills and processes that enable them to tune into what’s emerging into the field between the two individuals. As images arising in the therapy begin to create resonance, it enables us to perceive how the archetypal field is..(Click title for more)

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"Trauma, Death, and the Archetype of Hope" by Paul DeBlassie III

"Trauma, Death, and the Archetype of Hope" by Paul DeBlassie III | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

The experience, during intense crisis or trauma, of the soul leaving the body, observing from above the tragedy or horror, is not uncommon, especially when associated with what psychoanalytic trauma theorists have termed disintegration anxiety (cf. Kohut, 1977).

 

Often experienced as a type of psychic dying and death, so terrifying is this disintegration anxiety that Kohut (1984) noted, “The attempt to describe disintegration anxiety is the attempt to describe the indescribable” (p. 16). Such disintegration and soul loss can be experienced as a death of facets of self if trauma is of sufficient duration and intensity. Despair and emptiness often accompany such dissociative soul loss. Overwhelming perceptions that the mind is not and never will be well come into sharp focus.

 

In the presence of unbearable psychic anxiety caused by childhood trauma....(CLICK the TITLE to read the full article)

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Disintegration Trauma - named and examined - What is it and how does it manifest?

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Once the trauma defense is organized, all relations with the outer world are ‘screened’ by the self-care system. What was intended to be a defense against further trauma becomes a major resistance to all unguarded spontaneous expression of self in the world. The person survives but cannot live creatively. - See more at: http://www.depthinsights.com/Depth-Insights-scholarly-ezine/ezine-issue-8-winter-2015/trauma-death-and-the-archetype-of-hope-by-paul-deblassie-iii/#sthash.JwFUye6u.dpuf
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Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering—Audio Interview & Blog post with Dr. Lionel Corbett

Depth Psychological Approaches to Suffering—Audio Interview & Blog post with Dr. Lionel Corbett | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
We are all intimately familiar with suffering. And, while we might wish it away when it is painfully present, it is a normal part of human life, Dr. Lionel Corbett, M.D., Jungian analyst and professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute reminded me when I recently sat down for a depth discussion with him on the topic.
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Dr. Lionel Corbett, M.D. Jungian analyst brings us a wealth of gold nuggets from the collective unconscious to share with us a new and refreshing perspectives of how to make sense of the value of the human experience of suffering.

Thank you, Dr. Corbett for your contributions to this misunderstood human phenonmena. www.jungiantherapy.com

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Does it pay to know your type?

Does it pay to know your type? | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

In this infographic, you'll get an overview of the 16 types to give a sense of how these bigger-than-life personalities fit in the Myers-Briggs philosophy. The official test is based on Carl Jung’s work in psychological typology.

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Gabor Maté: How to Build a Culture of Good Health

Gabor Maté: How to Build a Culture of Good Health | Depth Psych | Scoop.it
Physical well-being depends on more than keeping our bodies fit. Emotions and the people who come into our lives matter just as much.

Via Michael Goodman, Eva Rider
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Michael Goodman's curator insight, November 28, 2015 10:53 AM

Via Angelica S, thank you for posting this article. For those not familiar with the work of Gabor Mate, MD, this is a good time to touch in on his brilliance.

Jeff Hutner's curator insight, November 29, 2015 8:46 AM

So true...

Eva Rider's curator insight, November 29, 2015 4:49 PM

Another important article written by Gabor Mate, explores the link between early childhood trauma, addiction and emotional components of illness.

Thanks to Michael Goodman for posting another wonderful article.

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Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It?

Halloween, Masks and Your Shadow: What’s Jung Got To Do With It? | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Psychologist and Spiritual Philosopher Carl Jung developed the theory of “The Shadow”. The shadow is the monster inside of us, and the darker part of ourselves that is hidden from the world and ourselves - and we all have shadow selves. Aspects representing the shadow do not “fit” with parts of our psyche, therefore we repress them as they remain tucked into a deep corner of our mind.


Jung taught that by denying these shadows hidden deep within ourselves, we project them onto others, therefore using them as scapegoats instead of facing our own unacceptable depths. Typically, this is followed by criticism and blame towards others or external systems, diverting our attention away from those unwanted parts of ourselves we would rather not ... (Click title for more)

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Human Ambitions: Contrasting Perspective from Elon Musk and Robin Wall Kimmerer

Human Ambitions: Contrasting Perspective from Elon Musk and Robin Wall Kimmerer | Depth Psych | Scoop.it

Human ambitions have brought our civilization to literally unprecedented heights -- but with great damage to the world we live in. Where do we go next?
To Mars, argues Silicon Valley billionaire Elon Musk, who's created a remarkably successful space company and an electric car company, and so much more. Joining us is Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Ashlee Vance, who is the author of "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for Fantastic Future."
But in an approach that's literally more down to earth, one botanist suggests that Native American heritage can guide us to a better coexistence with nature, if we can understand gratitude and generosity.

Robin Wall Kimmerer is a professor at the State University of New York and founder and director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment, and the author of "Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants".... (Click title for video)

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