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Tori Amos' "The Light Princess" Starts Rehearsals (+ Film Making Comp To Win Tickets!)

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Do you remember a little post from a few years ago, mentioning Tori Amos was composing lyrics and a score for George MacDonald's fairy tale The Light Princess*?

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George Macdonald's "The Light Princess" is a delightful story on "all levels" and one of my favorite fairy tales.  I am so excited that finally a  version of this story is to be made and by Tori Amos and his marvellous punning will be retained.

 

 

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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, August 8, 2013 4:44 AM

George MacDonald may just be my favorite literary fairy tale author, so I'm really excited about this new musical. I just wish I didn't live thousands of miles away!

 

Amateur filmmaker duos between 18 and 25, take note: Britain's National Theatre is looking for you! Submit your idea for a fairy tale-based "film" (which can be "any form of moving image, including animation, computer generated graphics, documentary, etc.") and you may be chosen to work with a mentor through IdeasTap to create your film and have it showcased. For more info, see http://www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/f92cef09-5c98-4f29-ba4b-a2030125d6ef#Overview.

Eva Rider's curator insight, November 19, 1:35 AM

This is my all time favorite fairy tale.s It goes beyond metaphor to  world of comic punning and somehow brilliantly melds, humour, satire and wisdom creating a light hearted and enlightening fairy tale by the master and father of fantasy, George Macdonald.

 

I have long hoped it would be reproduced in an animated version as it lends itself perfectly to the genre. We shall see how it translates into a musical adaption. If true, to George Macdonald's language, it can't go far astray from pure charm and delight

 

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A Theory of Everything – Reviewed

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Boundaries! The boundaries of the Universe; the boundaries of Love; the boundaries of the Human Spirit; these are a few of the boundaries addressed in Anthony McCarten’s screenplay for A Theory of Everything, based on Jane Hawking’s memoir, Traveling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen.

Not since Daniel Day-Lewis took on the story of Christy Brown in his Academy Award winning Best Actor performance in My Left Foot has an actor faced the complexity Eddie Redmayne performed in this story of the difficulties overcome by Stephen Hawking during his lifetime. Will he win as well? I don’t know, “it’s a mystery.” Michael Keaton’s performance in Birdman was also extraordinary.

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Soul-Making and Spiritual Cliche' Busting: James Hillman: Postmodern Romantic Reductionist, and Trickster

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Excellent: "James Hillman: Postmodern Romantic Reductionist, & Trickster" by Michael Bogar: http://t.co/zLKpcvXv7f #DepthPsych #Jungian

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Neptune, Redemption and the Nature of Archetypes

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Bassin de Neptune, Versailles
“The longing for redemption is an ancient, strange and many-headed daimon, which dwells within even the most earthbound and prosaic of souls.

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Carl Jung on "Moira, the personification of inevitable fate."

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A Tedious Existence: Jung's Ideas On Alchemy

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David Whyte: On Belonging & Coming Home - YouTube

Poet - Philosopher David Whyte in an intimate conversation about the challenges and experience of belonging.

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After a splendid weekend with David Whyte, exploring, silence, grief, darkness and daring...Inspired to share this. Enjoy.

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Anastasia M. Ashman's curator insight, January 17, 5:05 PM
to know what it's like to live in exile is a core competency, to turn toward home a great human endeavor.
 
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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: On the Psychology of the Trickster Figure ~C.G. Jung

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Character

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“A man’s character is his fate.” Heraclitus (540 BC – 480 BC), On the Universe “If the final purpose of aging is character, then character finishes life, polishes it into a more lasting image.” James Hillman If I have felt compelled towards living...

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On Fate and Character - Heraclitus, Novalis and Hillman

....an enduring principle...Destiny is determined by character; fate is what what happens where we cannot or do not bring consciousness to the journey and move with the stars.

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Eva Rider's curator insight, October 19, 1:12 AM

Character and the soul's "eccentricity" on the path of individuation. A fascinating article from Heraclitus to Hillman.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The Structure of the Psyche by C.G. Jung

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Aladin Fazel's curator insight, November 21, 2:55 PM

very interesting issue!!

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Carl Jung: Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.

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Aladin Fazel's curator insight, November 19, 3:25 PM

Surely we all have a dark side, of course, to know it helps to understand ourselves first! 

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INTRODUCTION TO ALCHEMY IN JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY:

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Prepared as a class for Spring Quarter 1986, Rogue Community College.

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Depth Insights » Jung in the Garden of Eden: A Myth of the Transformation of Consciousness by Arthur George, J.D

Depth Insights » Jung in the Garden of Eden: A Myth of the Transformation of Consciousness by Arthur George, J.D | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

The biblical story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (Genesis Chapters 2-3) is foundational to our Western culture and has influenced the upbringing and psychology of all of us, whether we realize it or not. Mythologists as well as many biblical scholars recognize the story as being in the genre of myth, which makes it appropriate to analyze it from the perspective of depth psychology, among other approaches.

 

Indeed, as Joseph Campbell concluded, “This story yields its meaning only to a psychological interpretation” (2001, p. 50). Further, Carl Jung (CW 9.2, para. 230) had already written that “cosmogonic myths are, at bottom, symbols for the coming of consciousness.” But the literature about the Eden story taking such a psychological approach is scant, largely due to traditional and problematic gaps and tensions between academic disciplines....

 

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On Genius (3): Angels, Demons and Cult of Relics

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As much as early Christians wanted to break ties with antiquity, aiming at redefining the concept of divine possession, their cult of angels and saints bore a striking resemblance to the worship of...

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James Hillman - "Alchemical Psychology"

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A deep study of Psychological Alchemy by Hillman

 

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Carl Jung, John Weir Perry, and Emotion in Dreams

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The important but limited focus of the more cognitive and problem solving modes of therapy tend to hurry over deeper personal needs and truths, in my opinion. Those invaluable core sources of meaning are just waiting to be revealed; by including dreams in therapy, or in our peer-to-peer conversations for those of us with lived experience.

 

I always encourage the people I serve to bring their dreams to our therapy sessions, because I know how valuable understanding what our dreams are telling us can be. Every night our unconscious psyches process enormous amounts of emotional content that is symbolically portrayed in imagery. This dreaming work of our deep psyches is so vital, that if we are kept from dreaming for a few nights, we will start to hallucinate, and soon will enter a so-called psychotic or extreme state of consciousness.

 

But every morning we have the chance to shed light on what our deepest desires, fears and individual life purpose is revealing – if we attend to our dreams. The best way I have found to explore dreams comes from what Jung told Perry...(click title for more)


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The interview with Thomas Kirsch MD, the Jungian historian - Copenhagen 2013

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The interview with Thomas Kirsch conducted in 2013 Copenhagen Congress of IAAP by Malgorzata Kalinowska and Tomasz Jasinski. Thomas Kirsch is a son of two...

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e-jungian's curator insight, November 24, 9:18 PM

""Q: So then it was an obvious first question: how did you get involved in Jungian psychology, you know, in the first instance?


TK: Well, I got a very special way I got involved, which was that – I will put it in a humorous way – my mother said that I could be any kind of Jungian analyst I wanted to be...""

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LUMINOSITY: Re-defining Oneness, The Grieving Process, And Empathy

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Soul Spelunker » Learning to Think Anew

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It seems to me that, if we are interested in redefining our world, we must change the manner in which we think. We must learn to think anew. In essence, we must unlearn thinking. Calculative thinking is fine, in the proper context, but it is not the only kind of thinking we humans need to utilize. When we read a poem for instance, we most certainly do not use calculative thinking. As Martin Heidegger said, “…we can learn thinking only if we radically unlearn what thinking has been traditionally” (What Calls For Thinking?).

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Following new threads...reimagining thinking

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The Spiritual Problem of Modern Man by C.G. Jung

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This fundamental question remains unanswered Yet!

 

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung and "Aion."

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Carl Jung: "Hence the archetype can never enter consciousness in its entirety..."

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The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife

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I’ve recently read Jungian analyst James Hollis’s book, The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife. It is one of the best books on this developmental phase, and its many opportunities, that I’ve read. The author says that childhood lasts until around age 12, the first adulthood from around ages 12 to 40, and the second adulthood–if a person chooses to progresss–from around age 40 to old age.

 

Many people never pass from childhood to adulthood developmentally, but are overgrown children, and many people never pass from the first adulthood into the second, and thus have unlived lives.


 Hollis writes that the middle passage presents us with the opportunity to reexamine our lives and to ask, “Who am I apart from my history and the roles I have played?” It is an occasion for redefining and reorienting the... (click title for more)


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James Hollis" excellent and acclaimed study of the midlife passage.

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TRE Tension Releasing Exercises- neurogenic tremors playlist

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Examples of neurogenic body tremors and TRE by David Berceli - www.traumaprevention.com

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Men Are From Earth, And So Are Women: Marion Woodman: On The Inner Marriage Of The True Masculine And The True Feminine

Men Are From Earth, And So Are Women: Marion Woodman: On The Inner Marriage Of The True Masculine And The True Feminine | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

I’d never danced in church before I took a workshop with Marion Woodman. Being in the chapel of New York City’s Union Theological Seminary was a sort of homecoming for me: five years earlier I had stridden down the middle aisle of that chapel with a newly minted master of divinity degree in my hand.

 

Now a series of seemingly disconnected incidents had brought me back, as if by design, to attend Woodman’s workshop. The psychologist Carl Jung might have chalked it all up to “synchronicity” — a meaningful link between otherwise unrelated events. Woodman, a Jungian analyst herself, would no doubt... (click title to continue reading)


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This is a wonderful article exemplifying the brilliance, wisdom and humour of Marion Woodman...

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Michael Goodman's curator insight, November 18, 11:58 AM

Thank you Bonnie for this piece on Marion Woodman. I had the opportunity to see her several years ago in Santa Barbara....she is a gift and her "body" of work is amazing.

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Soul Spelunker » Soul and the Scientific Method

Soul Spelunker » Soul and the Scientific Method | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
The scientific method is certainly very useful to us and to our civilization, but its mode of presence, to borrow from Heidegger and Corbin, is not applicable to the immeasurable elements of soul. It must remain in its own realm of soul, i.e. those things which are quantifiable. It should not make negative claims concerning the realm of immeasurable soul, since it does not have the means of ascertaining it.

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On the immensity of "Soul" beyond time, space and category.

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