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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: [T]here is in the unconscious an archetype of wholeness that manifests itself spontaneously in dreams...

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Wholeness then, arises from a synthesis and transformation of the opposites. Metaphor, symbol and image constitute the bridge.

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fassinating issue,,: the Unconsciousness!!

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Carl Jung on “Intuitives” – Anthology

Carl Jung on “Intuitives” – Anthology | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Intuitives don't have substance; they have inventiveness, imagination. They don't complete anything. It is necessary for them to acquir

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Carl Jung - Legacy and Influence

Philosopher and author Robert Rowland Smith, philosopher Mark Vernon, and Jung biographer Gary Lachman reflect on Carl Jung's legacy, 50 years after his deat...

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Carl Jung on “Words” – Anthology

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I must learn that the dregs of my thought, my dreams, are the speech of my soul. I must carry them in my heart, and go back and fort

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The Buried, Secret Lives Of Trees

The Buried, Secret Lives Of Trees | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
We know from our language that the body is deeply engaged in our understanding of the world.  A joke is side-splitting.  We get butterflies in our stomach.  Our eyes pop with surprise.  Our blood runs cold.  But my guest today says humans have radically retreated from the wisdom of the body’s signals to a hegemony of the brain, the intellect.  In many ways, sitting at keyboards and screens, we’ve abandoned, forgotten the embodied cognition in the work of hands and backs.  Time to get it back, he says.  This hour On Point: When the brain is not enough. Intelligence in the flesh. --Tom Ashbrook 

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The power of listening | William Ury | TEDxSanDiego

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. William Ury explains how listening is the essential, and ofte
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When Dreams Tell Our Future

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The dream repeated the message of our conversation about Vic’s future. Vic had spent his personal and academic life studying new ideas and exploring new worlds of connections in Buddhism, Jungian Psychology, philosophy, and physics.

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Sculpting the Psyche

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This is an experiential workshop. Participants in the course will sculpt archetypal images from their own dreams. They will learn about what Jung means by the "creative process," engaging the unconscious in a hands-on way, working with clay. They will learn about the role that "active imagination" plays and how to use it in sculpting the psyche. They will discover the potential values inherent in archetypal dream images.

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 Carl Jung and The Anima and Animus [Anthology]

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Erel Shalit: Should psychologists and psychoanalysts speak about politics?

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Early Trauma and Dreams by Donald Kalsched - part 1 [Self help Audiobook]

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America’s Wotan | Soul Spelunker

America’s Wotan | Soul Spelunker | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
In 1936, C.G. Jung wrote a very important and very timely essay for that particular period of German history, simply called Wotan. At the end of World War I, Germany was left destitute after the Treaty of Versailles. Thousands were left unemployed, inflation was out of control, and people were starving. Germany was forced to pay reparations for the war, as well as hand over territories that contained important economic resources. Jung watched from Switzerland as these conditions brought about, in his estimation, a dark eruption of the German unconscious. The “ancient god of storm and frenzy, the long quiescent Wotan” awoke from his slumber. Jung likened it unto the eruption of an extinct volcano that had lay dormant for millennia. There is no need to go into the ensuing dark details. We are well aware, if we have studied twentieth century history at all, what malevolence occurred.

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 Carl Jung: We don't know whether the collective unconscious is conscious of its images, but it might be.

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The 2014 Merle Jordan Conference - Dr. Bessel van der Kolk – Session 3 - YouTube

The 2014 Merle Jordan Conference Terror, Trauma, and the Sacred: Psychological, Clinical, and Religious Perspectives Dr. Bessel van der Kolk – “The Body Keep...

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A slice of Dr. Bessel van Der Kolk on Trauma and his book,

"The Body Keeps the Score".

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Carl Jung: It was the impish Mercury.

Carl Jung: It was the impish Mercury. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Bollingen, 14th September 1959 Talk after breakfast with C.G. He spoke of Aquarius and the significance of Khrushchev’s visit t

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Carl Jung on “Words” – Anthology

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I must learn that the dregs of my thought, my dreams, are the speech of my soul. I must carry them in my heart, and go back and fort

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Carl Jung on "Suffering" - Anthology

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Carl Jung on “Suffering” – Anthology Suffering is not an illness; it is the normal counterpole to happlness. ~Carl Jung, CW 18, Par

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What I Learned from Elie Wiesel about Donald Trump

What I Learned from Elie Wiesel about Donald Trump | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
As Elie Wiesel taught, the opposite of love is not hate. The opposite of love is indifference.
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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 | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | 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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"Genius": The Opposite of Ego

"Genius": The Opposite of Ego | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Critics who have complained that Genius is about ego have missed the point entirely. Ego is about building up consciousness, while artistry of all kinds is about drilling through to the unconscious substrate, which sometimes overwhelms ego. With ego, one could modulate the fire hose of images emerging from the unconscious. With great artists, that is often impossible, as Jude Law’s Tom Wolfe demonstrates.

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2016 PsiberDreaming Conference - Notes From a Dreamer ... on Dreaming

2016 PsiberDreaming Conference - Notes From a Dreamer ... on Dreaming | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Each September, since 2002, the International Association for the Study of Dreams (IASD) holds its online PsiberDreaming Conference. Two full weeks of pres

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 Carl Jung on "Alchemy" "Alchemist" - Anthology

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Early Trauma and Dreams by Donald Kalsched - part 2 [Self help Audiobook]

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Carl Jung: Gnosticism has renewed its vitality with me recently...

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Cancer warning dreams that can save your life | Larry Burk, MD, CEHP | TEDxRaleigh

A vivid, more real-than-real dream that wakes you up and later comes true is one of the most awe-inspiring experiences a human being can have. It can be

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Watch this Ted talk. Your dreams may save your life. Many of us know people who have had dreams preceding the onset of diseases. 
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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Miss Wharton: Would you call those prophetic dreams?

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