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Philosophy Activism Nature issue13

Available now: Philosophy Activism Nature issue13

Featuring a groundbreaking discussion around the Aboriginal Australian concept of Country and the cross-cultural potential of comparative mythopoeia. PAN 13, titled Country and Mythopoeia, includes a core section on the work of Craig San Roque, who responds to the needs of Central Desert people by gifting them theatrical pieces about the ʻbig storiesʼ of the …

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DestinyOS: Way Forward Engineering Paperback – March 1, 2017 by Michael Glock Ph.D. (Author)

New Book by Michael Glock Ph.D. — DestinyOS

I’m pleased to announce my book is out. It is designed for teenagers, college age adults, young professionals, entrepreneurs & the always emerging creative class. People of all ages in transition, those experiencing career, life stage change & people with dreams who are dreaming. It’s a Jungian project fused with indigenous wisdom and the scientific …

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Six Blind Jungian Monks Tackle Questions of The Psyche, Politics and Culture of the Western World in the Era of Brexit, Trump, Immigration and other turbulent social/political events.

Dear Colleagues, We had a fine Asheville webinar this week in which: Six Blind Jungian Monks Tackle  Questions of The Psyche, Politics and Culture of the Western World in the Era of Brexit, Trump, Immigration and other turbulent social/political events.   The free video of the webinar is now available on You Tube: https://youtu.be/F77RBG5y1AI   …

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Reality Dreams: Diary of a Poet as Ghost (Kindle Edition) by Joel Weishaus (Narrator)

Reality Dreams is a daybook and a night-journey made by a poet who is there but not seen: a ghost who haunts the Literary World. Beginning with a summer in Provincetown, MA, the book circulates between a boyhood in Brooklyn and the Catskill Mountains; then Los Angeles, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury District during the 1960s, Berkeley; …

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Second International Seminar on Fairy-tale and Storytelling Therapy

We wish to inform that from 8 till 12 March 2016 the charming city of Sintra, Portugal will host the second International Seminar on Fairy-tale and Storytelling Therapy. It will be another opportunity to bring together specialists, academics, therapists, storytellers and other enthusiasts of fairy-tales and storytelling, and their therapeutic and healing potential. The Seminar …

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Call for Proposals Venue: Freud Museum, London

  In 2014 at a conference at the University of Leuven organized by the Faculty of Arts entitled “Psychology and the Classics: A Dialogue of Disciplines,” speakers presented papers arguing that ancient thinkers, especially among the Greeks and Romans, recognized a human interior that likely pointed to an understanding of the unconscious among the ancients, …

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Inside Carl G. Jung’s Red Book

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”right-to-left”] Had Carl G. Jung been a psychiatric patient, he might well have been told he had a nervous disorder and encouraged to ignore the circus going on in his head. But as a psychiatrist, and one with a decidedly maverick streak, he tried instead to tear down the wall between his rational self and …

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New – Frank N. McMillan, Jr., Institute for Jungian Studies. USA.

We are proud to announce the creation of the Frank N. McMillan, Jr., Institute for Jungian Studies at The Jung Center in Houston, Texas. Beginning this fall, the Institute will host local and online educational experiences that advance C.G. Jung’s exploration of the frontiers of the human soul. The Institute is the new home of the Fay Lectures, …

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Robert Romanyshyn Interviewed: The Ecological Crisis and the Image of Frankenstein

Sharing a recent audio interview: “The Ecological Crisis and the Image of Frankenstein” Mary Shelley’s story haunts our time as a prophetic unfolding of the origins of technological power. I invite you join Robert Romanyshyn, Ph.D, in conversation with me, Bonnie Bright, as we discuss the ecological implications hinted at through Frankenstein’s monster, and how …

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