Jung in the World | Trickster Makes This World: Mischief, Myth and Art with Lewis Hyde
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
1M ago
Our Spring Fundraising Drive ends June 30! We need your help to keep this free podcast, our classes, and our training programs going. Become a supporter by making a donation today! Renowned mythologist and McArthur genius Fellow Lewis Hyde joins Patricia Martin in a revelatory conversation about the trickster archetype embodied in mythology. “Lewis Hyde is a poet, essayist, translator, and cultural critic with a particular interest in the public life of the imagination. His 1983 book, The Gift, illuminates and defends the non-commercial portion of artistic practice. Trickster Makes This Wor ..read more
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Jung in the World | The Inner Realm of Imposter Syndrome: A Jungian Perspective with Susan Schwartz
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
2M ago
We’ve just launched our Spring Fundraising Drive! We need your help to keep this free podcast, our classes, and our training programs going. Become a supporter by making a donation today! Imposter Syndrome seems ubiquitous in the collective. This episode explores the psychological underpinnings of the “as-if” personality through a Jungian lens. Host Patricia Martin talks with author and Jungian analyst Susan Schwartz about the inner world of Imposter Syndrome and why the same forces that can disturb personal development, can also provide the impetus to embrace a more complete self. Schwartz ..read more
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Jungian Ever After | Introducing the Greek Pantheon
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
2M ago
Announcements Registration for George Bright’s in-person seminar “Where did Jung’s Red Book Come From, and Why Does it Matter?” closes on May 10 The recording of Nora Swan-Foster’s workshop, “Image or Art? From Jung’s Red Book to Jungian Art Therapy” is now available as a Self-Study Course Our first episode of season 2! In a way this is episode 0 because it is an introduction to the members of the Greek pantheon and some of our opinions on them. This season we will be reading from: ⁠⁠Mythology by Edith Hamilton Our intro/outro music a sample of Seikilos Epitaph with the Lyre of Apol ..read more
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Jung in the World | Approaching Carl Jung’s Red Book: Liber Novus with George Bright
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
3M ago
Register for George Bright’s In-Person Seminar “Where Did Jung’s Red Book Come From and Why Does it Matter?” Jung regarded his Red Book: Liber Novus as the record of “the numinous beginning, which contained everything.”  In his lifetime, Jung only showed this book to a handful of trusted colleagues whom he thought truly grasped the nature of the book’s vivid confrontations with the unconscious. Its publication in 2009, and translation into many languages, now gives us all the opportunity to engage with it. In conversation with Patricia Martin, the internationally respected Jun ..read more
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Jung in the World | Tell Me Something Beautiful: An Interview with Natalie Goldberg
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
4M ago
Register for Patricia’s In-Person Writing Workshop “The Inner Prompt” Bestselling author and practicing Buddhist Natalie Goldberg joins Patricia Martin in a discussion about the healing properties of writing and how it helped her heal from cancer. Natalie Goldberg is the author of fifteen books, including Let the Whole Thundering World Come Home. For the last forty years she has practiced Zen and taught seminars in writing as a spiritual practice. She lives in northern New Mexico. For more information, please visit nataliegoldberg.com. Patricia Martin, MFA, is the host of Jung in the ..read more
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Institute Archive | Excerpt: A Fresh Look at the Red Book with George Bright
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
5M ago
This episode is a short excerpt from the first session of our currently-running salon series, “A Fresh Look at The Red Book: Reading the Liber Novus with Jungian Psychoanalysts”. The salon series runs from January through June, and registration remains open. Those who register will receive a link to videos of previous sessions to catch up. George Bright will also be visiting the US in May for an in-person seminar, Where Did Jung’s Red Book Come From and Why Does it Matter?. Join us for this rare opportunity. George Bright was educated at Cambridge University and The London School of Econo ..read more
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Jung in the World | Fundamentalism’s Dark Side: A Jungian View with George Didier & Vladislav Šolc
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
5M ago
Register for Vlado’s webinar series “The Mirage of Truth” Dark Religion on Amazon Dark Religion Audiobook on Audible Two Jungian analysts discuss fundamentalism, shadow, and a new way forward. George Didier and Vlado Šolc, authors of the book Dark Religion: Fundamentalism from the Perspective of Jungian Psychology, join Patricia Martin for a conversation about the psychology of religion as a destructive force and why it is important to understand the shadow side of fundamentalism. Dr. George Didier, III is a clinical psychologist, pastoral psychotherapist and a diplomate Jungian Analys ..read more
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Jung in the World | When Psychotherapy Goes Online: The Hidden Virtues of Virtual Therapy with Gus Cwik
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
6M ago
Patricia Martin talks with Jungian analyst Gus Cwik, PsyD, Jungian analyst, about the upside of virtual therapy and what we need to know about its strengths and limitations. August Cwik, PsyD is a clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist and senior diplomate Jungian analyst in private practice in the Chicago area. After studying Chemistry as an undergraduate, he entered military service and then changed his career path to psychology. After studying with Rosiland Cartwright in the Dream and Sleep Lab at the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle, he was in the first class at the Illinois Sch ..read more
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Institute Archive | Hero and Heroine: The Mythic Dimension in Times of Transition and Growth with Jean Shinoda Bolen
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
7M ago
ANNOUNCEMENTS Join the Fall Fundraising Drive: Donate Store Sale: Use the code HOLIDAY for 30% off Downloads & Self-Study CE Courses through December 31 Online Salon Series: A Fresh Look at The Red Book: Reading the Liber Novus with Jungian Psychoanalysts This episode is the first part of the series Hero & Heroine: The Mythic Dimension in Times of Transition & Growth (the full series is available for purchase on our website). From the seminar description: Jean Shinoda Bolen leads a workshop which offers an appreciation of how myth, legend, poetry, and contemporary stories prov ..read more
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Jung in the World | The Power of Ritual: Simple Practices that Restore the Psyche with Casper ter Kuile
Jungianthology Podcast
by C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago
8M ago
Transcript This podcast and everything we do is only possible because of donations by generous individuals like you. Contribute to our Fall Fundraising Drive to ensure that we can continue providing free and low-cost educational resources and training. SUPPORT THE INSTITUTE Author Casper ter Kuile joins Patricia Martin for a lively discussion about how to restore our spirits and communities with everyday rituals. Casper is the author of The Power of Ritual, the co-founder of The Nearness, Sacred Design Lab and the podcast Harry Potter and the Sacred Text. His work has been featured in the N ..read more
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