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Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts
66 minutes | 14 days ago
Episode 76: The Absent Father
Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist Susan E. Schwartz, Ph.D. joins us from Paradise Valley, Arizona to discuss her new book, The Absent Father Effect on Daughters: Father Desire, Father Wounds
79 minutes | a month ago
Episode 75: Sonu Shamdasani
We are joined by the editor and co-translator of Jung's Black Books, Professor Sonu Shamdasani in London, England.
55 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 74: Arlene Landau
Jungian analyst and author Dr. Arlene Landau joins us from Los Angeles to discuss the republication of her book, Tragic Beauty: The Dark Side of Venus Aphrodite and the Loss and Regeneration of Soul
111 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode Q11: Astrology
Hellenistic astrologer S.J. Anderson joins us from the banks of the Danube River for the 11th edition of our special Quarantine Series.
56 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 73: Bradley TePaske
Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist Dr. Bradley TePaske joins us from Los Angeles to discuss the re-publication of his book, Sexuality and the Religious Imagination, as well as his essays on shamanism, Gnosticism, and Mary Magdalene.
79 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode Q10: Gnosticism
Miguel Conner of the long-running Aeon Byte Gnostic Radio joins us from Chicago to discuss how we are living in gnostic times.
56 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 72: The Metaphorical Psyche
Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist Dr. Mark Winborn joins us from Memphis, Tennessee to discuss his provocative essay, "Liber Novus and the Metaphorical Psyche: Revisioning the Red Book," published in Vol. 4 of Jung's Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions
73 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 71: Inner City Books
Joining us to honor our first guest, the late Jungian analyst and founder of Inner City Books, Daryl Sharp are his sons Dave & Ben Sharp, senior editor and artist Victoria Cowan, general manager and resident drummer Scott Milligen, and Daryl's loving companion Liz Jefferson.
60 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 70: Dianne Braden
Jungian analyst and Voice Dialogue Facilitator Dianne Braden joins us from Solon, Ohio to discuss her book, The Path of Relationship: The Life & Work of Drs. Hal & Sidra Stone
99 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode Q9: Earthquakes
Joining us for the 9th edition of our special Quarantine Series is geological engineer Wade Johnson in Boulder, Colorado. We discuss historic earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, how to monitor current conditions, and his experiences at Yellowstone National Park.
59 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 69: Jason Smith
Jungian analyst and author Jason E. Smith joins us from Massachusetts to discuss training at the C.G. Jung Institute Boston, his article, "Thank God I'm a Jungian," and his upcoming book, Religious But Not Religious: Living a Symbolic Life, scheduled to be published by Chiron in the late Fall of 2020
75 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode Q8: Remote Viewing
Former police officer and private military contractor John Herlosky joins us from Los Angeles, California to discuss his book, A Sorcerer's Apprentice: A Skeptic's Journey Into the CIA's Project Star Gate.
60 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 65: James Hollis
James Hollis returns to Speaking of Jung to discuss his 16th book, Living Between Worlds: Finding Personal Resilience in Changing Times, published this week by Sounds True.
125 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode Q5: Starfire Tor
Paranormal investigator and researcher Starfire Tor on her discovery of The Timeshift Effect, the science behind precognitive dreaming, and why the election of Donald Trump has saved the world
59 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 64: Donald Kalsched
Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist Dr. Donald Kalsched joins us from Santa Fe, New Mexico to discuss his essay, "Wrestling with Our Angels: Inner & Outer Democracy in America Under the Shadow of Donald Trump" in the new book, Cultural Complexes & the Soul of America: Myth, Psyche, & Politics, edited by Jungian analyst Dr. Thomas Singer
99 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode Q4: Lenny Foster
Joining us for the forth edition of our special Quarantine Series in photographer and author Lenny Foster. He tells us about the twenty years he spent living in Taos, New Mexico, and what he discovered upon arriving in St. Augustine, Florida – a deep history, largely unknown to the public, about the African Americans in our country. He says he learned a hidden history of his own African American heritage.
80 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 63: Joel Kroeker
Joel Kroeker is an award-winning singer-songwriter and international recording artist who now practices as a Jungian analyst and music-centered psychotherapist in Victoria, British Columbia. A graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, he joins us to discuss his new book, Jungian Music Psychotherapy: When Psyche Sings.
138 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode Q3: The Mind's Eye
In the third edition of our new Quarantine Series, I was joined by the creator and host of The Mind's Eye Show, Master Mason Brian Turnof in Baltimore, Maryland. We discussed Freemasonry, Jung's paternal grandfather, the number 13, the Templar treasure, Oak Island, synchronicity, Contact in the Desert, favorite guests, his work as a paranormal researcher and investigator, EVP sessions, ghost stories, the haunted Houghton Mansion, George Washington's Quincy Memoirs, and the assassination of MLK.
80 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 62: Stanton Marlan
Jungian analyst and clinical psychologist & professor Stanton Marlan joins us from Pittsburgh to discuss his LSD experiences at Millbrook with Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) & Ralph Metzner, studying Buddhist philosophy in Hawai’i, ego death, lying down with James Hillman, what alchemy is, the black sun, and his upcoming books on the philosophers’ stone and dreams.
113 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode Q2: The Astronomers
Astronomers and educators Daniel Joyce & Darren Drake join us from Chicago to discuss amateur astronomy, apps, telescopes, binoculars, viewing eclipses, satellites and the International Space Station, the dimming of Betelgeuse, the disintegration of comets, spotting planets, the telescope Dan made for George Lucas, and Darren's outreach program and children's camp for skywatching.
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