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COSMOGRAPHY Re-Minding Our Place in the Universe by Joel Weishaus

“The old division of the Earth and the Cosmos into objective processes in space and time and mind in which they are mirrored is no longer a suitable starting point for understanding the universe, science, or ourselves.”(1) Do you want to receive updates to Joel Weishaus’s five-year Cosmography project, it is updated every six months (next update is in …

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David Parker – Paintings

My painting can best be described as having a loosely and largely unconsciously based imaginative relationship with aspects of landscape – in particular, rock surfaces and their hallucinatory capacity to evoke dream states and imaginative other worlds. I am fascinated by how liminal states of attention and awareness — states on the border between consciousness …

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The Symbologist from the New York Times Sunday Book review. “The Red Book: Liber Novus”

From 1914 until 1930, C. G. Jung recorded, revised, rewrote, recopied and painstakingly illustrated what he considered “the numinous beginning” from which all the rest of his work derived. “The Red Book,” or as Jung called it, “Liber Novus,” consisted of some 200 parchment pages of meticulous calligraphy and visionary paintings collected into a huge …

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Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers Break Down Star Wars as an Epic, Universal Myth

Some of Star Wars’ detractors call the original series schlocky, blunt, predictable, and implausible even by fantasy’s standards. A defender might respond that they’re looking at it all wrong: to appreciate Star Wars, you need to watch it as an epic myth. George Lucas himself, who has more or less mounted this argument in response to …

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BRAIN POWER: From Neurons to Networks

Directed by @tiffanyshlain “BRAIN POWER: From Neurons to Networks” is the third cloud film in the “Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change” series. All films in the series are available for free customization for any nonprofit organization working to make a difference in the world. To request a free customized version of this …

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THE ETERNAL QUEST IN PICTURE, VERSE and DIALOGUE

Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 8.15pm Association of Jungian Analysts, 7 Eton Avenue, London NW3 3EL Leading Edge Series initiated by Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer THE ETERNAL QUEST IN PICTURE, VERSE and DIALOGUE presented by Alan Mulhern and Lindsey Harris In anticipation of a forthcoming publication on the theme of the development of human consciousness, …

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Confederation for Analytical Psychology Film Series

Jung and Film: Creativity and Madness The Confederation of Analytical Psychology presents a series of seminars on Jung and Film: Creativity and Madness at JW3 Cinema. Each seminar incorporates a short introductory lecture by Christopher Hauke or Dr Helena Bassil-Morozow. Dr Gottfried M Heuer will guest present at the July event. The group will then …

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New research group – Psychology and the Moving Image International (PAMII)

Dear IAJS members, Terrie Waddell  and I, as co-founders are pleased to launch the website for a new research group – Psychology and the Moving Image International (PAMII) – www.pamii.org The site is still expanding, but we’re ready to  introduce you to our membership, our public forum and future initiatives that we’ll add as the …

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