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Living in a digital world presents unique challenges for the practice of the inner life. What can the insights of Jungian Psychology offer for dealing with these challenges? In this series, we explore Carl Jung's idea of "the symbolic life" through the lenses of depth psychology, mythology, fairy tales, poetry, religion, and more. We focus on three core questions: 1. What is the symbolic life? 2. Why do we need a symbolic life? and 3. How can we cultivate and live a symbolic life? A companio ...
 
I know some of the most interesting and inspiring people who are helping to keep humanity afloat in their own unique ways, in the middle of a world health crisis. I want you to meet them too. First, as humans. Second, as experts in their field. To hear their stories of overcoming their personal struggles and trauma (including PTSD and cPTSD) to bring their weird and wonderful heart healing gifts to the world in quiet and loud ways. Let's give these folx the applause they deserve and, in turn ...
 
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Jason Smith is a Jungian analyst based in the beautiful Cape Ann region north of Boston, Massachusetts.Jason began his training as a psychotherapist at Pacifica Graduate Institute where he received a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Depth Psychology in 2001. After relocating to Massachusetts, Jason began his psychoanalyt…
 
In this episode: We explore the elusive nature of symbols and offer some suggestions about ways that we can strengthen our ability to perceive them. Let's make this a conversation: Do you have a question about this episode, or one that you would like me to address in a future episode? Contact me on Facebook (facebook.com/jungiananalyst) or Twitter …
 
Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt is a board-certified health psychologist who swears her way to sanity using cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, humor, positive psychology, and profanity. Jodie has more than 25 years of professional experience helping others find meaning in a crazy world. Follow Jodie and get some inspiration on Facebook, Twitter, and …
 
In this eye-opening episode I talk with a truly inspiring woman, Dee de Lara! We discuss her work with the paradigm shifting movement hub, What Time, co-creating BIPOC-centred online space and disrupting expectations of how and where to find movement. Places to connect with Dee on Instagram: Dee de Lara What Time - Movement Class Hub A few of thing…
 
In this episode: With help from some of the symbols in the story of Parzival, I discuss the surprising importance of vulnerability in the process of psychological growth. Let's make this a conversation: Do you have a question about this episode, or one that you would like me to address in a future episode? Contact me on Facebook (@jungiananalyst) o…
 
In this episode I speak with the luminous Elke Schroeder about her powerful work inspired by Fighting Monkey and how it dove tails with creating a more robust and adaptable nervous system and to bring us into deeper relationship with self and our environment. Dive in into the philosophy of Fighting Monkey, a movement practice revolutionizing the wa…
 
In this episode: In this episode, we look at a factor that Carl Jung felt was a central need for psychological healing. We discuss what it is, the circumstances that constellate this need in our lives, and the attitude necessary to cultivate it. Let's make this a conversation: Do you have a question about this episode, or one that you would like me…
 
Dr. Mathews is the Brooke Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Florida and the Director of the Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders at the University of Florida. Dr. Mathews completed her undergraduate education at Cornell University, and her medical training at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Mathews’ research and clinic…
 
In this enthralling episode, I spoke with Anita Bhardwaj and Raggi Kotak about their work and upcoming six week program, Race Resilience. I was honoured to speak with them about their decades long social justice and somatic healing expertise and the powerful work they do in the UK and beyond. Race Resilience is a professional collaboration that com…
 
In this episode: We look at one of the major barriers in the practice of the symbolic life today — the problem of noise. How does this problem change our experience of the inner life? And what, if anything, can we do about it? Let's make this a conversation: Do you have a question about this episode, or one that you would like me to address in a fu…
 
Dr. Zurita Ona, Dr. Z, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California. Her clinical work started first as a school psychologist and then as a clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD, trauma, anxiety, and emotional regulation problems. Dr. Z is the founder of the East Bay Behav…
 
Richard Wilkinson studied economic history and the philosophy of science at the London School of Economics before training in epidemiology. He is now Professor Emeritus of Social Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham Medical School, Honorary Professor at University College London and Visiting Professor at the University of York. Since his in…
 
In this episode we explore two key questions: What is the symbolic life? How do we begin to live it? Let's make this a conversation: Do you have a question about this episode, or one that you would like me to address in a future episode? Contact me on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag: #DigitalJung Sources for quotes and more: "Now we have no s…
 
Over the years, Prof. Brett Kahr has worked in numerous settings, ranging from the British National Health Service, to various universities, to the British Broadcasting Corporation, where he served for many years as Resident Psychotherapist on B.B.C. Radio 2, broadcasting to 15,000,000 people weekly and chairing the B.B.C.’s mental health campaign.…
 
In response to the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, Jane Elliott devised the controversial and startling, "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise." This, now famous, exercise labels participants as inferior or superior based solely upon the color of their eyes and exposes them to the experience of being a minority. Everyone who is exposed t…
 
An opinion leader and public speaker, Stephen G. Post, Ph.D. (University of Chicago, 1983) is the best-selling lead author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life by the Simple Act of Giving (Random House Broadway). He has been quoted in more than 4000 newspapers and magazines, and featured on numerou…
 
Dr. Jorgensen writes: “I was born into a middle-class Black community in D. C. in 1941. I was part of the largest entering class of Blacks ever at Harvard in fall of 1958, served in the first Nepal group in the Peace Corps 1962-1964, and entered Social Psychology at Michigan in 1964 where I was the only Black student entering in either Psychology o…
 
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