Remembering Marie Louise von Franz on the day of her 22nd death anniversary:

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Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer and I met in London in Early July 2018 to talk about Otto Gross

Stefano Carpani in Conversation with Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer

Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer and I met in London in Early July 2018 to talk about Otto Gross, his work and his relevance today.

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What is Depth Psychology by James Hollis PhD

What is Depth Psychology by James Hollis PhD

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 9

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 8

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‘Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 7

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 6

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 5

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 4

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‘Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 3

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Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 2

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‘Man and his Symbols’ Carl G Jung Part 1

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Carl Jung Approaching the Unconscious

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FAce to Face with Carl G. Jung (1959) HQ

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Jung, The Arts, and Spirituality

As a child, James Newell, who has played music with some of the great names in the blues world, suffered a life-changing injury after falling …

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Hello all: This is the last of the docs I have put together from the conference filming.  As the Judith Butler of the Jungian world, …

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The Dominion Psyche, the Reciprocity Psyche and Borderland Consciousness: The Compensatory Thrust of the Collective Unconscious to Heal the Western Psyche’s Suicidal Split from Wholeness

Borderland Consciousness and the Global Warming Crisis- Interview with Jungian Analyst Jerome Bernstein

Jerome Bernstein’s extensive work with the Navajo and Hopi people has deeply informed his clinical understanding of the Western psyche’s suicidal dissociation from Nature. In …

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Andrew Samuels: A Maverick Jungian

  Andrew Samuels discusses his pluralistic tendencies as a therapist embracing post-post Jungian trends gravitating toward more relational and humanistic perspectives, and reflects on his …

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