Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts

By Laura London

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A unique podcast exploring the life and work of C.G. Jung through in-depth discussions with Jungian analysts. Created and hosted by Laura London in Chicago.

Episode Date
Episode #35: J. Gary Sparks
01:22:29

Returning to the podcast is Zürich-trained Jungian analyst, author, and lecturer J. Gary Sparks.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Bucknell University in Lewisberg, Pennsylvania, a Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich where his thesis advisor was Jung's closest student and collaborator, Marie-Louise von Franz, and his training analysts included Jung's grandson, Dieter Baumann, and Jung's close friend and confidante, C.A. Meier.

Mr. Sparks has been a lecturer and seminar presenter at the C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario, Canada, and a teacher for the analyst training program at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz in Zürich. In January of this year, he presented Jung & Pauli: The Living Spirit in Matter to The Cambridge Jungian Circle and has made that video available here. He is now teaching An Introduction to Jung's Red Book online every Tuesday in June through The Jung Center Houston.

Currently, he is in private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he also conducts a variety of study groups. He is the author of At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung’s Spiritual Testament, and Valley of Diamonds: Adventures in Number and Time with Marie- Louise von Franz. He is the editor of Jungian analyst Dr. Edward F. Edinger's book, Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi, and co-editor with Daryl Sharp of Edinger's Science of the Soul: A Jungian Perspective. His new book, Carl Jung and Arnold Toynbee: The Social Meaning of Inner Work, was published late last year by Inner City Books and is the subject of our talk today.

This interview was recorded on Friday, June 15, 2018. It's 01:22:29 and 75 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcherGoogle Play, or wherever you get your shows.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

J. Gary Sparks Brings Jung & Freud to Life Video of Gary taken by Laura in Sept. 2015

Carl Jung Action Figure

Sigmund Freud Action Figure

How Daryl Sharp Saved J. Gary Sparks Video of Gary taken by Laura in Sept. 2015

Inner City Books Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts {Daryl Sharp's publishing house}

Gary's website Presentations, study guides, quotes, and more

Aion: Researches Into the Phenomenology of the Self by C.G. Jung

The Archetypal Significance of Gilgamesh: A Modern Ancient Hero by Rivkah Schärf Kugler, Jungian analyst

A Study of History, Vol. 1: Abridgement of Volumes I-VI by Arnold Toynbee

A Study of History, Vol. 2: Abridgement of Volumes VII-X by Arnold Toynbee

A Study of History, The Complete 12-Volume Set by Arnold Toynbee

Arnold J. Toynbee: A Life by William H. McNeill

Carl Jung & Arnold Toynbee: The Social Meaning of Inner Work Inner City Books page {eBook available}

Healing Trauma Summit by Sounds True, includes The War Within: Rediscovering Ourselves in the Wake of Trauma by Zainab Salbi

Zainab Salbi Her website

Speaking of Jung, Episode #9 with Murray Stein, Ph.D., Jungian analyst

Remembering Jung: A Conversation About C.G. Jung and His Work with Joseph Henderson, M.D., Part I

Remembering Jung: A Conversation About C.G. Jung and His Work with Joseph Henderson, M.D., Part II

Remembering Jung: A Conversation About C.G. Jung and His Work with Joseph Henderson, M.D., Part III

An Introduction to Jung's Red Book Webinar presented by J. Gary Sparks through The Jung Center Houston

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

The Red Book: A Reader's Edition English text only {no artwork}

The Black Books 1913-1932 Forthcoming from the Philemon Foundation

The Way of Man: According to the Teachings of Hasidism by Martin Buber

Marion Woodman Author Page at Amazon

Books by Marion Woodman Published by Inner City Books

Seven Deadly Sins: The Dark Companions of the Soul by Dr. Anne Maguire, Jungian analyst

Skin Disease: A Message from the Soul: A Treatise from a Jungian Perspective of Psychosomatic Dermatology by Dr. Anne Maguire, Jungian analyst

PREVIOUS EPISODES WITH GARY SPARKS
 

Speaking of Jung, Episode #2 on synchronicity

Speaking of Jung, Episode #28 on number and time

Quotes from this episode can be found in the Blog

Jun 19, 2018
Episode #34: Jan Bauer
01:25:41

Jan Bauer is a Zürich-trained Jungian analyst, author, and lecturer in private practice in Montreal, Quebec.

Born and raised in the United States, she attended the prestigious Sarah Lawrence College in New York then went on to study in Paris where she graduated from the Sorbonne in 1967. After returning to the US, she earned a Master's degree in Adult Education from Boston University then taught at the high school level in France and Tunisia.

She then moved to Switzerland, where she lived for nine years and underwent analytic training at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, earning a Diploma in Analytical Psychology in 1981. After relocating to Canada, she began practicing as a Jungian analyst in Quebec which she continues to do to this day.

Ms. Bauer was a lecturer at the University of Montreal, and served as Chairperson of Admissions and Director of Training for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She is also past president of the Association of Jungian Psychoanalysts of Quebec.

She is the author of two books, Alcoholism and Women: The Background and the Psychology, published by Inner City Books in 1982, and Impossible Love or Why the Heart Must Go Wrong: The Hidden Meaning of Love's Disasters, published by Spring Publications in 1993. She lectures widely throughout North America on subjects such as money and charisma, which are the focus of our talk today.

This interview was recorded on Thursday, May 1o, 2018. It's an hour and twenty-six minutes long and 77 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever you get your shows.

Please accept my apologies for the numerous audio disturbances in the recording.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology by June Singer, Jungian analyst

June Singer Obituary Chicago Tribune

Two Reformers: Zwingli & Calvin My Switzerland page

Two Essays in Analytical Psychology by C.G. Jung {Jung discusses "regressive restoration of the persona" in Part 1, Section 4: "Negative Attempts to Free the Individuality from the Collective Psyche," par. 254-259.}

The Death & Life of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs

Systems of Survival: A Dialogue on the Moral Foundations of Commerce & Politics by Jane Jacobs

Jung: A Biography by Deirdre Bair

Absent Fathers, Lost Sons: The Search for Masculine Identity by Guy Corneau, Jungian analyst

Guy Corneau Obituary The Georgia Straight

Guy Corneau Books Amazon Author Page

LINKS
 

Money's Mysteries by Jan Bauer {free download}

It's Better to Give Than to Receive, or Is It? by Jan Bauer {full text on Facebook}

Asclépios, The Wounded Healer by Jan Bauer {full text on Facebook}

Association des Psychanalystes Jungians du Québec Facebook page

Guy Corneau Video in French

Donation Page

May 14, 2018
Episode #33: Pamela Power
01:24:50

Pamela J. Power, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst in private practice in Santa Monica, California.

Trained as a classical musician, she studied music history and theory at the University of California, Los Angeles, and went on to become an accomplished cellist. After years of playing and teaching, she decided to study psychology and attended the California Graduate Institute where she earned her Ph.D.

After becoming licensed as a clinical psychologist, she entered the training program at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles where she received a Diploma in Analytical Psychology in 1987. She served as their clinic director, and later their training director, and currently teaches and supervises in their analyst training program.

A member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, Dr. Power has articles published in the Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, Psychological Perspectives, Spring Journal, and in the book, Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond, edited by Episode 6 guest Dr. Mark Winborn. She lectures nationally and internationally on a variety of topics including the religious nature of the psyche, the archetype of sacrifice, contemporary issues, music, and film.

Earlier this month she presented a lecture, Distillation of Feeling in Traumatic Times, followed by a workshop on greed and stealing, at the C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and they are the subject of our talk today.

This interview was recorded on Saturday, April 14, 2018. It's 01:24:49 long and 72 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on Apple PodcastsStitcherGoogle Play, or wherever you get your shows.

MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles Its history

The Undiscovered Self by C.G. Jung

The Collected Works of C.G. Jung: Complete Digital Edition by C.G. Jung

The Portable Jung Edited by Joseph Campbell

In Memoriam: Edward F. Edinger, 1922-1998 A Personal Tribute by Daryl Sharp {full text}

Anatomy of the Psyche: Alchemical Symbolism in Psychotherapy by Edward F. Edinger, M.D., Jungian analyst

An American Jungian: In Honor of Edward F. Edinger Edited by George R. Elder & Dianne D. Cordic

Ira Progoff The Intensive Journal Method

The Noise of Time: A Novel by Julian Barnes

Moonlight A film by Barry Jenkins

Arrival A film by Denis Villeneuve

DAMN. by Kendrick Lamar, includes the song "DNA."

DNA. Official music video by Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar Wins Historic Pulitzer Prize in Music for Damn Slate.com, April 16, 2018

Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

C.G. Jung Letters, Vol. 2: 1951-1961 Jung's letters to Sir Herbert Read

Russ Lockhart, Ph.D. Speaking of Jung, Episode 16

Mysterium Coniunctionis by C.G. Jung

Lyn Cowan Amazon books page

Seabiscuit: The Little Horse That Could, And Did, And Still Does Lecture by Lyn Cowan, Jungian analyst

James Hillman Amazon books page

Donald Winnicott Amazon books page

Aesop's Fables by Aesop

Wall Street A film by Oliver Stone

"Greed is good." Michael Douglas's speech in Wall Street

Scale: The Universal Laws of Life, Growth, and Death in Organisms, Cities, and Companies by Geoffrey West

ARTICLES BY DR. POWER
 

Death of the Analyst Journal of Jungian Theory and Practice, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2005

Emergent Sexuality: Sadomasochism and the Religious Instinct Facing Multiplicity: Psyche, Nature, Culture - Proceedings of the 18th Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, Montreal 2010

Melancholia and Catastrophic Change: An Essay on the Film Melancholia Spring 88: Environmental Disasters and Collective Trauma, Spring Journal: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Winter 2012

Negative Coniunctio: Envy and Sadomasochism in Analysis Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond, Edited by Mark Winborn, Ph.D.

A New Dog-Image Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, Vol. 47 Issue 2, 2004

Surviving the New Age: Reflections on Independence Day Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, Vol. 35 Issue 1, 1997

Violence and the Religious Instinct Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, Vol. 54 Issue 4: Violence and Redemption, 2011

This episode is dedicated to Radio Hall of Famer Art Bell, who died on Friday, April 13.
This podcast exists because of him.

Apr 19, 2018
Episode #32: James Hollis
56:38
 Jungian analyst and author, James Hollis, Ph.D. Photo by Jacqui DePas, 2017. Used with permission.

Jungian analyst and author James Hollis, Ph.D., returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey – A 21-Step Plan for Addressing the Unfinished Business of Your Life.

James Hollis received a doctorate in literature from New Jersey's prestigious Drew University and taught humanities for 26 years in various colleges and universities. In 1977, he went to Zürich, Switzerland, to enter training at the C.G. Jung Institute where he earned his Diploma in Analytical Psychology in 1982.

He is presently a licensed Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C. He served as Executive Director of the C.G. Jung Educational Center of Houston for many years and is now the Executive Director of the Jung Society of Washington.

Dr. Hollis is a retired Senior Training Analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, was a co-founder and first Director of Training of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and is Vice President Emeritus of the Philemon Foundation, a group of scholars, board members, and donors who share the mandate to prepare the unpublished works of C.G. Jung.

He is the author of fourteen books and over fifty articles and has mentored Jung societies on four continents for nearly forty years.

This interview was recorded on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. It's 56:38 long and 51 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on Apple PodcastsStitcherGoogle Play, or wherever you get your shows.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich

Ernest Hemingway  Amazon Author Page

Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung


JAMES HOLLIS LINKS
 

NEW: The Interpretation of Dreams with Jungian analyst James Hollis, Ph.D. A Jungian Studies Masterclass presented by the Jung Society of Washington, D.C. Start anytime. Go at your own pace. Lifetime access. Please use this link for my affiliate pricing. Early bird discount ends May 31, 2018.

Lecture Schedule

Amazon Author Page

Sounds True Author Page

Inner City Books Author Page

Facebook Page

Speaking of Jung: Episode 25  Our first interview

Speaking of Jung: Episode 27  Our second interview

YouTube Videos  He outlines Jungian concepts for the Jung Society of Washington's YouTube channel

What Is Depth Psychology?  {short film}

A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump  Includes his chapter, "Narcissus's Forlorn Hope: The Fading Image in a Pool Too Deep"


BOOKS BY JAMES HOLLIS
 

Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path {ebook available here}

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up

Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives

Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey {free sample .pdf here}

Mythologems: Incarnations of the Invisible World

On This Journey We Call Our Life: Living the Questions

Swamplands of the Soul: New Life in Dismal Places

The Archetypal Imagination {free .pdf}

The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other {excerpt available here}

The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife {ebook available here}

Through the Dark Wood: Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life {audiobook}

Tracking the Gods: The Place of Myth in Modern Life

Under Saturn's Shadow: The Wounding and Healing of Men {ebook available here}

What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life

Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves

Special thanks to Lindsey Kennedy at Sounds True for making this episode possible.

Mar 21, 2018
Episode #31: Stephen Foster
01:03:37
 Photo courtesy of Stephen Foster.

Stephen J. Foster, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst, author, and lecturer in private practice in Boulder, Colorado.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Sussex University, and a master's degree and Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Imperial College, London. He completed postdoctoral fellowships in biochemistry and toxicology at the University of Wisconsin, and in cancer research at Harvard University. He then went on to work as an environmental consultant in hazardous waste for over 28 years.

Dr. Foster became a Licensed Professional Counselor after earning a master's degree in counseling psychology from Regis University, and in 2009 earned his Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. 

He is currently a training analyst with the Boulder Seminar and is a member of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. In 2011 his book, Risky Business: A Jungian View of Environmental Disasters & the Nature Archetype, was published by Inner City Books, and in 2015 he contributed the chapter "The Archetype of Waste" in Pythia Peay's book, America on the Couch: Psychological Perspectives on American Politics and Culture.

Dr. Foster lectures widely on nature, alchemy, and the relationship between Jung and physicist Wolfgang Pauli. His interest in the images in the Tarot, in alchemy and the alchemical process led him to explore how they manifest in books, films, and art. He has written and presented on how certain films reflect the alchemical process and how alchemical transformation occurs within movies.

This interview was recorded on February 25, 2018. It's 1:03:37 long and 58.8 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on Apple PodcastsStitcherGoogle Play, or wherever you get your shows.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Inner City Books  Dr. Foster's author page

Nora Swan-Foster  Dr. Foster's wife, who is also a Jungian analyst, will be a future guest

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Jung & Tarot: An Archetypal Journey by Sallie Nichols

The I Ching, or, Book of Changes by Richard Wilhelm, Foreword by C.G. Jung

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung

Atom & Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters  Edited by C.A. Meier

Psychology & the Occult  Includes Jung's doctoral thesis, On the Psychology & Pathology of So-called Occult Phemomena

The Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious  Volume 9i of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung {contains a reference to the Tarot in par. 81}

Psychological Types by C.G. Jung

Spring Journal: Environmental Disasters and Collective Trauma  A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Volume 88, Winter 2012

Divine Tempest: The Hurricane as a Psychic Phenomenon by David Schoen, Jungian analyst

Jungian Art Therapy: Images, Dreams, and Analytical Psychology by Nora Swan-Foster, Jungian analyst

Naropa University  Boulder, Colorado

jungianLaura on YouTube  Laura London's new YouTube channel for weekly video updates

LINKS
 

Boulder Jungian Analyst  His website

Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts  The largest Jungian training institute in North America

Boulder Seminar  A regional training seminar of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

Feb 26, 2018
Episode #30: Jerome Bernstein
01:09:26
 Jungian analyst Jerome Bernstein at his home office in Santa Fe, NM, on Dec. 29, 2017. Photo by Laura London.

Jungian analyst Jerome Bernstein at his home office in Santa Fe, NM, on Dec. 29, 2017. Photo by Laura London.

Jerome S. Bernstein, MAPC, NCPsyA, is a clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst in private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He earned his Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute of New York where he later served as vice-chairman. He is the founding president of the C.G. Jung Analysts Association of the Greater Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area, and is now a senior faculty member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe.

Mr. Bernstein was an official in the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity, has been a lobbyist on Capitol Hill and a consultant to the Mayor of New York and the governor of New Jersey, and has served on several White House task forces. In 1989 he published Power and Politics: The Psychology of Soviet-American Partnership which argues that psychology, especially depth psychology, must play a dramatic role in international relations if humanity is to avoid self-annihilation.

For more than 40 years he has worked extensively with the Navajo and Hopi people. His analytic work has been influenced by Navajo healing through his 23-year collaborative clinical work with a traditional Navajo Medicine Man. He is co-editor, along with Philip Deloria, of the groundbreaking book, C.G. Jung and the Sioux Traditions written by Vine Deloria, Jr. In the summer of 2011, Mr. Bernstein organized the first clinical seminar with Jungian analysts, a Navajo medicine man, and a Navajo cultural translator which was held on the Navajo reservation.

His latest book, Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma, examines the psychological and clinical implications of the evolution of consciousness, looking at how the newly emerging Borderland consciousness bridges the mind-body divide, and it is the subject of this episode.

This interview was recorded in person in Mr. Bernstein's home office in Santa Fe on Friday, December 29, 2017. It's 01:09:26 long and 64 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on Apple PodcastsStitcher, and Google Play.
 


PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD
 

"Where Do We Go From Here and How Do We Get There?"  Politics Panel – One Year Later, Nov. 10, 2017

"September 11th: Piercing Our Unconscious"  Inside Pages: In-Depth, C.G. Jung Society Seattle, April 2006
 

MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma by Jerome Bernstein

The Symbolic Life by C.G. Jung; Vol. 18 of the Collected Works, includes the essay "Healing the Split"

Power and Politics: The Psychology of Soviet-American Partnership by Jerome Bernstein

The Interpretation of Dreams: The Complete & Definitive Text by Sigmund Freud

Civilization in Transition by C.G. Jung; Vol. 10 of the Collected Works, includes the essays "Mind and Earth" and "Archaic Man"

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

C.G. Letters, Vol. 2: 1951-1961  Includes Jung's correspondence with Miguel Serrano

Lucien Lévy-Bruhl  Amazon author page

Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond  "Healing Our Split: Participation Mystique and C.G. Jung," by Jerome Bernstein

Speaking of Jung, Ep. 6: Mark Winborn  Clinical psychologist, Jungian analyst, and editor of the book, Shared Realities

Taos Pueblo  Taos, New Mexico


ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS BY JEROME BERNSTEIN
 

Jungian Perspectives on Rebirth and Renewal: Phoenix Rising  "Borderland Consciousness: Re-establishing Dialogue Between the Western Psyche and the Psyche-Left-Behind"

Non-Shamanic Native American Healing  Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Vol. 57, No. 2, 2014

Guest Editor:  Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: A Bridge Between  Spring Journal, Vol. 87, Summer 2012

Marked By Fire: Studies of the Jungian Way  "My Second Tallit"

On the Edge: Borderland Consciousness and Avatar – An Emergent Myth of Our Time  Quadrant, Vol. 41, No. 1, 2011

Penetrating the Archetypal Dilemma of Racism  Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Vol. 27, 1992

Victory in Iraq? A Question of Moral Consciousness  Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Vol. 24, 1991

Power and Politics in the Thermonuclear Age: A Depth-Psychological Approach  Quadrant, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1985

Jung, Jungians and the Nuclear Peril  Psychological Perspectives: A Journal of Global Consciousness, Vol. 16, No.1, 1985
 

This episode is dedicated to the Navajo, Hopi, and Pueblo people.

Jan 05, 2018
Episode #29: Richard Sweeney
01:15:57
 Dr. Sweeney at the 2017 Claire Bauza Lecture, Jun. 3, 2017. Photo courtesy of Gus Brunsman.

Dr. Sweeney at the 2017 Claire Bauza Lecture, Jun. 3, 2017. Photo courtesy of Gus Brunsman.

Richard J. Sweeney, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst, an associate professor, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and a former Roman Catholic priest.

He holds a Master of Arts in English Literature from Xavier University, and masters degrees in both philosophy and theology from the Athenaeum of Ohio's Mount St. Mary's Seminary.

He was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati where he remained for 19 years. During that time he received his doctorate in Psychology and Religion from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He later returned to the Athenaeum of Ohio and taught as an Associate Professor of Pastoral Psychology and Counseling and served as the school's Academic Dean.

While spending a year's sabbatical in Zürich, Switzerland, he decided to stay and went on to earn his Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich.

He has also taught counseling at The Ohio State University, and the Psychology of Religion at the University of Dayton, Xavier University, and Mount St. Joseph University.

Dr. Sweeney is the founding chairperson of the Ohio Valley Association of Jungian Analysts, and continues to be an active member of the International Faculty Wing of the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich. He is also a former chairman of the Board of Directors of the C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio.

Having left the priesthood in 1993, Dr. Sweeney and his wife, Ellen Kandoian Sweeney, also a Jungian analyst, are now in private practice at the JungHaus in Columbus, Ohio.

A frequent presenter in Columbus, he delivered their annual Claire Bauza Lecture in June of this year titled "Dreams and the Dynamics of Transformation" which is the subject of our talk today.

This interview was recorded on Thursday, November 2, 2017. It's 01:15:57 long and 57.7 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


BOOKS
 

Dream Analysis, Volume 1: Seminars  Notes of the Seminar Given in 1928-1930 by C.G. Jung

Dream Interpretation Ancient & Modern  Notes from the Seminar Given in 1936-1941 by C.G. Jung {sample}

Dreams: Jung Extracts  From Volumes 4, 8, 12, & 16 of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung

Dreams, A Portal to the Source by Jungian analysts Edward C. Whitmont & Sylvia Brinton Perera

Dream Work: Techniques for Discovering the Creative Power in Dreams by Jeremy Taylor

Inner Work: Using Dreams & Active Imagination for Personal Growth by Robert A. Johnson, Jungian analyst

The Interpretation of Dreams: The Complete & Definitive Text by Sigmund Freud

Jungian Dream Interpretation: A Handbook of Theory & Practice by James A. Hall, M.D., Jungian analyst

Understanding Dreams by Mary Ann Mattoon, Ph.D., Jungian analyst

The Wisdom of Your Dreams: Using Dreams to Tap Into Your Unconscious & Transform Your Life by Jeremy Taylor
 

ARTICLES
 

C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio Celebrates 20 Years of Spiritual Reflection by Jennifer Hambrick, Short North Gazette, September 2009

God Made Whole: An Interview with Richard Sweeney  In Touch, April 2006 {Scroll down this link for the full text.}

Passages: The Story of JACO  A History of the Jung Association of Central Ohio {1989-2014} by J. Claire Hagan Bauza with input from Ann Murtha and Linda Thompson, prepared for the 25th Anniversary of JACO and the 20th Anniversary of Richard J. Sweeney

Richard Sweeney & the JungHaus by Ann Starr, Short North Gazette, October 2014

The Haus That Jung Built by Kaizaad Kotwal, Short North Gazette, November 2001
 

LINKS
 

The C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio  Columbus, Ohio

C.G. Jung Association of the Miami Valley  Dayton, Ohio

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich

Dreams & the Dynamics of Transformation  2017 Claire Bauza Lecture by Richard J. Sweeney, Ph.D. {Contact Gus Brunsman to purchase the 5-audio CD set for $25.}

Greater Cincinnati Friends of Jung

The Ohio Valley Association of Jungian Analysts

This episode is dedicated to Gina Peacock and Gus Brunsman.

Nov 03, 2017
Episode #28: J. Gary Sparks
01:27:02

J. Gary Sparks received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the prestigious Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, a Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich.

His thesis, "The Wounded Finger: Anchorage for Soul and Sense in Technology," dealt with the psychology of creativity in science – the bearing of scientific creativity on unconscious processes and on soul and spirit. His thesis advisor, Marie-Louise von Franz, was considered to be Jung's closest disciple, and his training analysts included Jung's grandson, Dieter Baumann, and close friend and confidante, C.A. Meier.

Mr. Sparks was a lecturer and seminar presenter at the C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario, Canada, and a lecturer for the analyst training program at the Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz in Zürich. He lectures widely on all levels of Jungian psychology, from introductory material to the detailed study of Jung's most difficult works, and he is currently in private practice in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he conducts study groups in his home.

He is the author of At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung’s Spiritual Testament, and Valley of Diamonds: Adventures in Number and Time with Marie- Louise von Franz. He is the editor of Edward Edinger's Ego and Self: The Old Testament Prophets from Isaiah to Malachi, and co-editor with Daryl Sharp of Edinger's Science of the Soul: A Jungian Perspective. His new book, Carl Jung and Arnold Toynbee: The Social Meaning of Inner Work, was published just last week by Inner City Books.

Scroll down to the bottom of this page for a listing of Mr. Sparks' upcoming presentations.

This interview was recorded on Friday, September 22, 2017. It's one hour and twenty-seven minutes long and 71 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Eranos Conference

Number and Time: Reflections Leading Toward a Unification of Depth Psychology and Physics by Marie-Louise von Franz

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung

At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity and Jung's Spiritual Testament by J. Gary Sparks

Fermilab Batavia, Illinois

Wolfgang Pauli

Atom and Archetype: The Pauli/Jung Letters Edited by C.A. Meier

Bollingen 1982 DVD with overvoice in English, French and Spanish

ETH Zürich Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Aurora Consurgens: A Document Attributed to Thomas Aquinas on the Problem of Opposites in Alchemy by Marie-Louise von Franz

Remembering Jung: A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his Work with Dieter Baumann, M.D. – Purchase the DVD from Amazon | Stream it online from the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles

C.A. Meier: Scientist and Healer of Souls Free .pdf from the IRSJA

Marion Woodman Amazon Author Page | Inner City Books Author Page

Theodor Abt Amazon Author Page

Speaking of Jung, Episode 2 with J. Gary Sparks

Sir Laurens van der Post Amazon Author Page

Aion by C.G. Jung

Speaking of Jung, Episode 27 with James Hollis

The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other by James Hollis

Gallery One Forty Four Lenny Foster's new gallery in St. Augustine, Florida

Anne Maguire Amazon Author Page

Robert Bauval Interview on Den of Lore {free download}

The I Ching or Book of Changes Foreword by C.G. Jung

Who is Daryl Sharp? Blog post

Peace Corps South Korea

Archetype of the Apocalypse: Divine Vengeance, Terrorism, and the End of the World by Edward F. Edinger

Traveller Without Luggage by Jean Anouilh

Shostakovich biographies

Testament to the Bushmen by Laurens van der Post and Jane Taylor

Quotes by Sir Laurens van de Post Compiled by J. Gary Sparks

An Introduction to Jungian Psychology and Dream Analysis Syllabus and study guide by J. Gary Sparks {free webpage}

The June Singer Clinic for Psychotherapy at the C.G. Jung Center in Evanston, Illinois

Carl Jung and Arnold Toynbee: The Social Meaning of Inner Work by J. Gary Sparks


LINKS
 

His websites, jgsparks.net and jungandpauli.net, are a treasure trove of free information

Amazon Author Page

Inner City Books Author Page

Carl Jung & Wolfgang Pauli: The Living Spirit in Matter Full video of Gary's presentation for the Cambridge Jungian Circle on Jan. 19, 2018 {Link fixed on May 9, 2018}

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Marie-Louise von Franz.

Sep 27, 2017
Episode #27: James Hollis
01:04:36

Jungian analyst and author James Hollis returns to the podcast to discuss his book on relationships.

The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other – A Jungian Perspective on Relationship is available from Amazon and directly through Inner City Books. You can also read an excerpt in ICB's Spring/Summer 2006 newsletter, Jung at Heart No. 43.

The back of the book reads: The Eden Project is a timely and thought-provoking corrective to the generalized fantasies about relationships that permeate our culture. This is not a practical guide on how to fix a relationship, but rather a challenge to greater personal responsibility in relationships, a call of individual growth as opposed to seeking rescue through others.

James Hollis, Ph.D. was born in Springfield, Illinois, graduated from Manchester University in 1962 and Drew University in 1967. He taught Humanities for 26 years in various colleges and universities and trained as a Jungian analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich from 1977-1982.

Dr. Hollis is presently a licensed Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C. He served as Executive Director of the C.G. Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas for many years and now is Executive Director of the Jung Society of Washington.

He is a retired Senior Training Analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, was first Director of Training of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and is Vice President Emeritus of the Philemon Foundation. He is also a co-founder of the Jungian Studies program at Saybrook University of San Francisco and Houston.

Dr. Hollis has written a total of fourteen books and over fifty articles. His latest, Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey – A 21-Step Plan for Addressing the Unfinished Business of Your Life, is due to be published in February of 2018.  NEW: Dr. Hollis will be returning to the podcast on March 21, 2018 to discuss his new book.

This interview was recorded on Wednesday, August 16, 2017. It's 01:04:36 long and 48 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


TOPICS
 

Complexes, projection, eating disorders, the gods, Antigone, the Magical Other, the Eden Project, abusive relationships, birth trauma, co-dependence, anxiety, grief, outgrowing relationships, parent-child relationships, the narcissistic wound, narcissism, and the romantic fantasy.

MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Inner City Books  Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian analysts

The Globe Sessions by Sheryl Crow {"Mississippi" and "Crash & Burn"}

Paradise Lost by John Milton

Antigone by Sophocles

BOOKS BY JAMES HOLLIS
 

Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path {ebook available here}

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up

Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives

Living an Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey

Mythologems: Incarnations of the Invisible World

On This Journey We Call Our Life: Living the Questions

Swamplands of the Soul: New Life in Dismal Places

The Archetypal Imagination {free .pdf}

The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other

The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife {ebook available here}

Through the Dark Wood: Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life {audiobook}

Tracking the Gods: The Place of Myth in Modern Life

Under Saturn's Shadow: The Wounding and Healing of Men {ebook available here}

What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life

Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves

JAMES HOLLIS LINKS
 

Lecture Schedule

Amazon Author Page

Inner City Books Author Page

Facebook Page

Speaking of Jung: Episode 25  Our first interview

YouTube Videos  He outlines Jungian concepts for the Jung Society of Washington's YouTube channel

What Is Depth Psychology?  {short film}

A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump  Includes his chapter, "Narcissus's Forlorn Hope: The Fading Image in a Pool Too Deep"

This episode is dedicated to you.

Aug 16, 2017
Episode #26: Nathan Schwartz-Salant
00:54:36
 Photo courtesy of Nathan Schwartz-Salant

Photo courtesy of Nathan Schwartz-Salant

Nathan Schwartz-Salant has a Ph.D. in Engineering Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich.

He is a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology {IAAP} and has been practicing as a Jungian analyst for almost fifty years. Dr. Schwartz-Salant is currently in private practice in Blue Hill, Maine.

His first book, Narcissism and Character Transformation: The Psychology of Narcissistic Character Disorders, published by Inner City Books in 1982, is a classic in the Jungian field.

He is the author of The Mystery of Human Relationship: Alchemy & the Transformation of the SelfThe Borderline Personality: Vision & Healing, and The Black Nightgown: The Fusional Complex & the Unlived Life. He is also the editor of the book, Jung on Alchemy.

Dr. Schwartz-Salant was a co-founder – along with fellow Jungian analyst Murray Stein – of Chiron Publications, and co-edited a number of volumes in the Chiron Clinical Series.

Recently, he contributed the chapter "Healthy Presidential Narcissism: Is That Possible?" for the popular book, A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump, that came out during the 2016 presidential campaign.

His latest book, published in April, is The Order-Disorder Paradox: Understanding the Hidden Side of Change in Self and Society, and is the subject of our talk.

This interview was recorded on June 29, 2017. It's 55 minutes long and the MP3 file is 48.6 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich

James Hillman  Amazon author page

Marie-Louise von Franz  Her website

Alchemical Studies by C.G. Jung {Collected Works, Vol. 13}

New Computer Virus Spreads From Ukraine to Disrupt World Business  New York Times, Jun. 28, 2017

The Ever-Present Origin by Jean Gebser

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung

Wolfgang Pauli  His work with C.G. Jung

Episode 25: James Hollis, Ph.D.

The Problem of the Puer Aeternus by Marie-Louise von Franz

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung
 

LINKS
 

Inner City Books  Narcissism and Character Transformation

North Atlantic Books  The Order-Disorder Paradox

Living Dangerously  An interview by Harriet Rubin, Fast Company Magazine, Issue 39
 

Special thanks to Murray Stein, Daryl Sharp, Liz Jefferson, and Michael Decon.

Jun 30, 2017
Episode #25: James Hollis
01:08:49
 James Hollis at the Nashville Jung Circle on May 13, 2017. Photo by Anthony Peña.

James Hollis at the Nashville Jung Circle on May 13, 2017. Photo by Anthony Peña.

James Hollis, Ph.D., was born in Springfield, Illinois, graduated from Manchester University in 1962 and Drew University in 1967. He taught Humanities for 26 years in various colleges and universities and trained as a Jungian analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich from 1977-1982.

He is presently a licensed Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C. He served as Executive Director of the C.G. Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas for many years and now is Executive Director of the Jung Society of Washington. He is a retired Senior Training Analyst for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, was first Director of Training of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and is Vice President Emeritus of the Philemon Foundation. He is also a co-founder of the Jungian Studies program at Saybrook University of San Francisco and Houston

Dr. Hollis lives with his wife Jill, an artist and retired therapist, in Washington, D.C. Together they have three living children and eight grandchildren.  

He has written a total of fourteen books and over fifty articles.  The books have been translated into Swedish, Russian, German, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Portuguese, Turkish, Italian, Korean, Finnish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Farsi, Japanese, Greek, Chinese, and Czech.

This interview was recorded on May 17, 2017. It's 01:08:49 long and 56.7 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. It's also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


BOOKS BY JAMES HOLLIS
 

Creating a Life: Finding Your Individual Path {ebook available here}

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life: How to Finally, Really Grow Up

Hauntings: Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives

Mythologems: Incarnations of the Invisible World

On This Journey We Call Our Life: Living the Questions

Swamplands of the Soul: New Life in Dismal Places

The Archetypal Imagination {free download}

The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other

The Examined Life: Wisdom for the Second Half of the Journey

The Middle Passage: From Misery to Meaning in Midlife {ebook available here}

Through the Dark Wood: Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life {audiobook}

Tracking the Gods: The Place of Myth in Modern Life

Under Saturn's Shadow: The Wounding and Healing of Men {ebook available here}

What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life

Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves


JAMES HOLLIS LINKS
 

Lecture Schedule

Amazon Author Page

Inner City Books Author Page

Facebook Page

Speaking of Jung: Episode 27  His second interview for this podcast, recorded on Aug. 16, 2017

YouTube Videos  Dr. Hollis outlines Jungian concepts for the Jung Society of Washington's YouTube channel

What Is Depth Psychology? {short film}

A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump  Includes his chapter, "Narcissus's Forlorn Hope: The Fading Image in a Pool Too Deep"

May 17, 2017
Episode #24: Monika Wikman
01:17:36
 Zürich-trained Jungian analyst, author, and astrologer Dr. Monika Wikman

Zürich-trained Jungian analyst, author, and astrologer Dr. Monika Wikman

Monika Wikman received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology {the degree of a Jungian analyst} from the Research and Training Center for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz in Zürich, Switzerland. She taught in the graduate department at California State University Los Angeles and conducted a multi-year research study on dreams of the dying at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center.

Dr. Wikman is the author of Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy & the Rebirth of Consciousness and the chapter "Sophia's Dreaming Body: The Night Sky as Alchemical Mirror" in the book, The Dream & Its Amplification, edited by Jungian analysts Erel Shalit and Nancy Swift Furlotti.

She is currently a member of the New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts and is a frequent lecturer at various Jung centers in the United States. She also conducts several yearly workshops and seminars. Her interests include astrology, alchemy, the subtle body, dreams and preparation for death, horses and equestrian arts.

This interview was recorded on February 23, 2017. It's 01:17:36 long and 74 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This podcast is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.

Special thanks to Michael Decon for producing this episode.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

California School of Professional Psychology  Doctorate in Clinical Psychology degree programs

Research and Training Center for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz  Zürich, Switzerland

Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in the United States

Dr. Wikman's Ph.D. research project will be published as a book entitled The Soul is a Midnight Blossom: Dreams of the Dying

Stanislov Grof  Non-ordinary States of Consciousness

"The secret is that only that which can destroy itself is truly alive." ~C.G. Jung, CW 12, par. 94

Collected Works, Vol. 12: Psychology & Alchemy by C.G. Jung

New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts  Santa Fe, New Mexico

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Taos Pueblo  Taos, New Mexico

Los Alamos National Laboratory  Los Alamos, New Mexico

The C.G. Jung Educational Center of Houston, Texas

Refining Your Inner Bullshit Detector  Her lecture

Collected Works, Vol. 6: Psychological Types by C.G. Jung

Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy & the Rebirth of Consciousness by Monika Wikman, Ph.D.

The reference to the shadow as "a mild evil" is from an epigram by John Gower that Jung quotes in paragraph 353 of the Collected Works, Vol. 16: The Psychology of the Transference

The Matrix & Meaning of Character: An Archetypal & Developmental Approach by Jungian analysts Nancy Dougherty & Jacqueline West, Ph.D.

The Trump Phenomena  Speaking of Jung, Episode 17 with Jungian analyst Thomas Patrick Lavin, Ph.D.

"There is a psychic infection that is operating." ~Monika Wikman

Marie-Louise von Franz  Her official website

Lucy Sikes in Kansas City has written a thesis for the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts on the star

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center  Gateway to the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico

Tesuque Village Market  Tesuque, New Mexico

Koshares: The Sacred Clowns at Taos Pueblo

Sam's Shop  Taos, New Mexico

SpiritHoods®  Made in Los Angeles

Chiron & the Healing Journey by Melanie Reinhart

Stone by Stone: Reflections on the Psychology of C.G. Jung  Edited by Andreas Schweizer & Regine Schweizer-Vüllers {includes the Goose Girl fairy tale} {Kindle edition}

Kabir: Ecstatic Poems  Poem 25

The Essential Rumi  Inner Wakefulness

The Dream & Its Amplification  Edited by Jungian analysts Erel Shalit & Nancy Swift Furlotti

Night Sky as Alchemical Mirror: Sophia's Dreaming by Monika Wikman {free .pdf}

Aditi Ladell  Artist Arlene Ladell Hayes

Collected Works, Vol. 9i: Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious by C.G. Jung

Arrival  The film "I will need to put a caveat to the statement about Arrival.  SO MUCH of what Jung is looking into in the psyche is in that film. So much that it would inspire me into hyperbole by saying everything...  (-:  {The IBSD at work here...}" ~Monika Wikman {You can read Dr. Wikman's expanded comments on the film in the Blog section}

Spring 66: Divinations  "On the Life and Work of Gret Baumann-Jung," Spring Journal, Spring 1999, pp.146 -161

Psychological Perspectives No. 34  "Memoriam to Gret Baumann-Jung," Los Angeles Jung Institute Journal, Fall 1996, pp. 9-12 {free sample}

"Each person should really write what they're getting to know about from the inside out." ~Gret Baumann-Jung

International Academy of Astrology  Online classes that Laura took

Kathleen Burt  Astrologer

Archetypes of the Zodiac by Kathleen Burt

Beyond the Mask: The Rising Sign, Part I: Aries-Virgo by Kathleen Burt

Beyond the Mask: The Rising Sign, Part II: Libra-Pisces by Kathleen Burt

Monika Wikman  Her website

This episode is dedicated to Jungian analyst Frith Luton.

Feb 24, 2017
Episode #23: Justin Duerr
01:13:33
 Justin Duerr spent the last six years uncovering the story of a true forgotten visionary – the obscure cartoonist, painter, illustrator and sculptor, Herbert E. Crowley.

Justin Duerr spent the last six years uncovering the story of a true forgotten visionary – the obscure cartoonist, painter, illustrator and sculptor, Herbert E. Crowley.

Philadelphia artist and musician Justin Duerr is the author, compiler and researcher of the upcoming book, The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works and Worlds of Herbert Crowley.

Scheduled to be published in February 2018, this oversized archival art book documents for the first time the works of Crowley, who in 1917 disappeared from the art scene, never showing his work again.

After marrying American heiress Alice Lewisohn, Crowley traveled around the world, eventually winding up in Zürich where the couple became analysands of C.G. Jung's, and part of the Psychology Club's inner circle.

In a 1951 letter, Jung described Crowley's work, saying that the "drawings by Mr. Crowley are quite interesting in as much as they contain curious symbols referring to the sympathicus as well as to the multiple luminosities of the collective unconscious. He has been driven into astounding depths – quite dangerous when consciousness is not up to it. Such things usually leave a peculiar void in the conscious world after they have passed."

The book's original Kickstarter campaign, which ended on November 11, 2016, brought in 740 backers and raised $96,772. In the Summer of 2017 the project was chosen for Kickstarter Gold where 211 backers pledged an additional $25,639.

Justin is a highly regarded visionary artist in his own right, and I highly recommend taking a look at his works on his website, justinduerr.com, which also includes his upcoming events. And the Bronze-plated Wigglemuch Pin, "The Temple of Love" print, "The Temple of Dreams" print, and The Temple of Silence Slipcase Edition are now available for purchase from Beehive Books.

This interview was recorded on November 9, 2016. It's 01:13:33 long and 68.7 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play Music.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Beehive Books Publisher of The Temple of Silence

Locust Moon Comics Josh O'Neill's West Philly comic shop, art gallery, and small press

Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles Documentary film by Jon Foy {free to stream on Vimeo}

Resurrect Dead photos Promotional stills, Sundance 2011, and a Toynbee Tile gallery by Steve Weinik

Art Out of Time: Unknown Comics Visionaries, 1900-1969 by Dan Nadel

Aleister Crowley Author page

Mary Horgan Mowbray-Clarke

The Sunwise Turn: The Modern Bookshop Short article by Yukie Ohta

The Sunwise Turn/Mary Mowbray-Clarke Papers An Inventory of Records at the Harry Ransom Center

Ananda K. Coomaraswamy Author page

Alice Coomaraswamy Ananda's wife, stage name "Ratan Devî"

Ratan Devî: Indian Singer by Aleister Crowley, Vanity Fair, May 1916

An Improvement on Psychoanalysis: The Psychology of the Unconscious (For Dinner-Table Consumption) by Aleister Crowley, Vanity Fair, December 2016 {full text .pdf}

Ordo Templi Orientis International Headquarters

Eranos Conferences

The Last Romantic: The Story of More Than a Half Century In the World of Art by Martin Birnbaum

William Blake Author page

Aubrey Beardsley Author page

John Frederick Mowbray-Clarke

John Frederick & Mary Horgan Mowbray-Clarke Papers Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Catalogue of International Exhibition of Modern Art Association of American Painters and Sculptors {Available to read online; indexes Crowley's works in the show}

Harry Ransom Center The University of Texas at Austin

ETH-Bibliothek Zürich

Charles Burchfield Artist

1913 Armory Show

Alice Lewisohn

The Neighborhood Playhouse: Leaves From a Theatre Scrapbook by Alice Lewisohn Crowley

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Their collection of Herbert E. Crowley's work

The Psychology Club Zürich Founded by C.G. Jung in 1916

Beatrice Hinkle and the Early History of Jungian Psychology in New York by Jay Sherry {references Jung attending the Armory Show with Hinkle}

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

The Spirit in Man, Art, & Literature by C.G. Jung {Collected Works, Vol. 15; contains "Ulysses: A Monologue" and "Picasso"}

Introduction to Jungian Psychology: Notes of the Seminar on Analytical Psychology Given in 1925 by C.G. Jung {contains Jung's comments on Nude Descending a Staircase by Marcel Duchamp}

Robert Edmond Jones

Jung, My Mother and I: The Analytical Diaries of Catharine Rush Cabot by Jane Cabot Reid

Thomas Fischer, Ph.D., is a great-grandson of Jung's, and since 2013 has been the Director of the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung

Justin Duerr mystery photo

Jung family home 228 Seestrasse, Küsnacht

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich in Küsnacht

The Psychology Club's cast of characters by Herbert Crowley

Dream Analysis, Part 1: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1928-1930 by C.G. Jung

Last Interview with Dr. Jung by Herbert Crowley

C.G. Jung Letters, Vol. 2: 1951-1961 by C.G. Jung

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung

Alice Crowley Obituary New York Times, Jan. 12, 1972
 

This episode is dedicated to Bob & Debbie Hickey.

Nov 17, 2016
Episode #22: Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra
01:04:37

Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra is a Jungian psychotherapist in private practice in São Paulo, Brazil.

She is the author of The Love Drama of C.G. Jung: As Revealed in His Life & in His Red Book, published in English by Inner City Books in 2014.

Guerra graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo {PUC-SP} in 1980 with a specialization in Jungian psychotherapy, and in 1988 earned a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Psychology at the University of São Paulo.

Since 1982 she has been a teacher of Analytical Psychology at the Sedes Sapientiae Institute where she is also the editor of Jung e Corpo, an annual publication of the specialization course Jung and Body. She has also lectured at every Latin-American Jungian Congress since 1998.

Along with her husband, psychiatrist and Jungian analyst Carlos Byington, she participated in the film review series, Café Filosófico, produced by TV Cultura. Today they both continue to facilitate film discussion with Cine Sedes Jung e Corpo at the Sedes Sapientiae Institute in São Paulo.

This interview was recorded on September 25, 2016. It's 01:04:37 long and 57.2 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now on Google Play Music.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

The Love Drama of C.G. Jung: As Revealed in His Life & in His Red Book by Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra // Purchase from Amazon

Speaking of Jung: Episode 1 with Daryl Sharp

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung // Purchase from Amazon

Jung: A Biography by Deirdre Bair

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Sonu Shamdasani  Author page at W.W. Norton & Co., publishers of The Red Book

Carlos Amadeu Botelho Byington  Her husband, the psychiatrist and Zürich-trained Jungian analyst

C.G. Jung: Word & Image  Edited by Aniela Jaffé

The Black Books  Current project by the Philemon Foundation

Analytical Psychology: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1925 by C.G. Jung

A Secret Symmetry: Sabina Spielrein Between Jung & Freud by Aldo Carotenuto, Jungian analyst

Timeline of the life of C.G. Jung  Speaking of Jung's "Jung" page

Aion: Collected Works, Vol. 9ii by C.G. Jung {includes The Syzygy: Anima & Animus}

Amor Triumphat  Page 127 of The Red Book

Philemon Foundation  Translating and editing the unpublished works of C.G. Jung

Metamorphoses by Ovid {includes the story of Philemon & Baucis}

Psicopatología Psicodinámica Simbólico-Arquetípica  Includes the chapter, "Ánima y Animus: C.G. Jung, Emma Jung y Toni Wolff – De la Experiencia a la Teoría" by Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra

A Dangerous Method  The film

Structural Forms of the Feminine Psyche by Toni Wolff {free scan}

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich  Library and bookshop page

C.G. Jung, Emma Jung & Toni Wolff: A Collection of Remembrances  Edited by Ferne Jensen {includes a chapter by Joseph L. Henderson, Jungian analyst} {free scan}

A Memoir of Toni Wolff by Irene Champernowne {includes a foreword by Joseph L. Henderson, Jungian analyst}
 

ADDITIONAL LINKS
 

El Libro Rojo: El Drama de Amor de C.G. Jung  The Love Drama of C.G. Jung, published in Spanish by Del Nuevo Extremo

Café Filosófico  Film reviews with Carlos Byington and Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra {YouTube videos in Portuguese}:
As Pontes de Madison: Amor e Sacrifício  The Bridges of Madison County
Instinto: Emoção, Ecologia e Ciência  Instinct
Lua de Fel: Sensualidade e Possessāo  Bitter Moon
 

Special thanks to Daryl Sharp, Liz Jefferson, and Peter Stuart Lakanen.

❤️  This episode is dedicated to the memory of Sabina Spielrein and Toni Wolff.

Sep 29, 2016
Episode #21: Jeffrey Kiehl
01:17:09

Jeffrey T. Kiehl, Ph.D. is a Jungian analyst living in Santa Cruz, California.

He holds a master's degree in physics from Indiana University and a doctorate in atmospheric science from the State University of New York in Albany. In 2003, he went on to earn a master's in psychology before embarking on his analytical training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.

Dr. Kiehl is currently a senior scientist in the Climate Change Research Section of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. He is also an adjunct professor in both the Earth and Planetary Sciences and Environmental Studies departments at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

He is the author of A Jungian Perspective on Global Warming published in the journal Ecopsychology in 2012, and The Evolution of Archetypal Forms in Western Civilization published this year in Psychological Perspectives. His new book, Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future, was published in March by Columbia University Press. He is also the co-editor and contributor to the book, Frontiers of Climate Modeling, published by Cambridge University Press in 2006.

Dr. Kiehl has carried out research on climatic periods of Earth's deep past with particular emphasis on extinction events. He is a Fellow of both the American Meteorological Society and the American Geophysical Union. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Achievement Award in Climate System Modeling, and the 2012 recipient of the American Geophysical Union Climate Communication Prize. He is also the former Chair of the Community Climate System Model project and former member of the National Research Council's Climate Research Committee.

He now focuses his time on two general areas of Jungian research: the interaction of psyche and matter and connections to physics, and the role of archetypes in cultural transitions through Western history.

This interview was recorded on July 20, 2016. It's 1:17:09 and 111.1 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now on Google Play Music.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Joseph Campbell  Author page at Amazon.com

C.G. Jung  Books

Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts  Analyst Training Program

Nietzsche's Zarathustra: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1934-1939 by C.G. Jung

Psychology & Religion: West & East  Contains Jung's essay, Transformation Symbolism in the Mass

James Hillman  Author page at Amazon.com

Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future by Jeffrey T. Kiehl, Ph.D.

Psychological Types by C.G. Jung

Mysterium Coniunctionis by C.G. Jung

Solar Conscience, Lunar Conscience: The Psychological Foundations of Morality, Lawfulness, & the Sense of Justice by Murray Stein

Psychology & Alchemy by C.G. Jung

Erich Neumann  Author page at Amazon.com

Note: I erroneously said that Dr. Kiehl has three master's degrees. He in fact has two: one in physics and the other in psychology. ~LL
 

LINKS
 

Soul Journey: A Jungian Journey into Soul  Dr. Kiehl's blog

Lessons From Earth's Past by Jeffrey Kiehl, Science, Vol. 331, Issue 6014: January 14, 2011

A Jungian Perspective on Global WarmingEcopsychology, Vol. 4, Issue 3: September 24, 2012

💕 This episode is dedicated to Lara Newton & John Todd.

Jul 24, 2016
Episode #20: Brockton Hill
01:13:10

Brockton Hill is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Southern California. He received a Juris Doctorate from the UCLA School of Law before earning his Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. He then went on to receive his Jungian training, earning a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles.

He is currently on the faculty of the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute, serving in their psychoanalytic training program, and lectures at the LA Jung Institute where he served as President for the last two years and has been a Training Program Instructor since 2010.

He has lectured on Jung's Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, Seminar on Nietzsche's Zarathustra, and the Red Book. His public lectures include "Tarot as Archetypal Representation," "Ariadne & Medea: Woman's Experience of Abandonment in Mid-Life," "Psychological Defenses as Symbolized in the Horoscope," "Systemic Financial Collapse: Pluto's Transit of Capricorn," and the topic of today's talk, "When Worlds Collide: Psychological Astrology and Terrorism." In 2011, he appeared on a panel at the Wadsworth Theatre in Los Angeles to discuss the movie, A Dangerous Method, for the film series, Reel Talk with Stephen Farber.

Mr. Hill's publications include "Living in a Time of Nonsense: Lessons from Liber Primus in the Face of the Rounds of Hades," "Uroborus: A Review of Jung's Thinking on the Nature of the Psyche and the Transformation of Libido," and a film review of A Dangerous Method, the story of Jung, Freud, and Sabina Spielrein.

He is presently a member of the Board of Directors, the Certifying Board, and the Personnel Committee at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, as well as a former past president of the Board of Directors and a member of the Ethics Committee. From 1996 through 2005, he served as Chairman and member of the Board of Directors of Pacific Clinics in Pasadena, the largest non-profit mental health provider in the western United States. He also maintains private practices in Pasadena and West Los Angeles.

This interview was recorded on July 5, 2016. It's one hour and 13 minutes long and 65 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now on Google Play Music.

Special thanks to Peter Stuart Lakanen for editing this episode.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Liz Greene  Astrologer and Jungian analyst

C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles

The Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious {Collected Works, Vol.9i} by C.G. Jung {includes "Concerning Rebirth"}

Transformation of Libido: A Seminar on C.G. Jung's Symbols of Transformation by Edward Edinger

Pacifica Graduate Institute

Matter of Heart: The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung Into the Soul of Man  Documentary film

Lore Zeller  Remembering Jung: A Conversation About C.G. Jung & His Work with Lore Zeller

Archetype of the Apocalypse: Divine Vengeance, Terrorism, and the End of the World by Edward Edinger {he quotes the Gospel of Matthew, 25:31–46, on p. 150} 

Frith Luton  Speaking of Jung: Episode #3

M. Esther Harding  Amazon author page

C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology  New York

C.G. Jung Institute of New York

Aion {Collected Works, Vol. 9ii} by C.G. Jung

Answer to Job by C.G. Jung

The Undiscovered Self by C.G. Jung

Mysterium Coniunctionis {Collected Works, Vol. 14} by C.G. Jung

The Hound of Heaven by Francis Thompson

When Worlds Collide: Psychological Astrology & Terrorism  Presentation by Brockton Hill

Living in a Time of Nonsense: Lessons from Liber Primus in the Face of the Rounds of Hades by Brockton Hill, Psychological Perspectives, Vol. 58, No. 4 {2015}

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

A Dangerous Method  Movie DVD

No, Totally!  Laura London discusses the film, A Dangerous Method

The Freud/Jung Letters  The Correspondence between Sigmund Freud & C.G. Jung

My Name Was Sabina Spielrein  Documentary DVD

A Secret Symmetry: Sabina Spielrein Between Jung & Freud by Aldo Carotenuto, Jungian analyst

Sabina Spielrein: Forgotten Pioneer of Psychoanalysis by Coline Covington & Barbara Wharton

The Sacred Mystery of Election: Sanctity of Choice & of the Chosen  Upcoming public presentation by Brockton Hill at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles {registration information coming soon}

LINKS
 

@BrocktonHill on Twitter

Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought  Published by the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles

Uroborus: A Review of Jung's Thinking on the Nature of the Psyche and the Transformation of Libido by Brockton Hill, Psychological Perspectives, Vol. 58, No. 1 {2015}

A Dangerous Method. {2011}. Directed by David Cronenberg.  by Brockton Hill, Psychological Perspectives, Vol. 55, No. 2 {2012}

This episode is dedicated to Michael & Daniel, hosts of End of Days Radio

Jul 11, 2016
Episode #19: Lara Newton
01:18:32

Lara Newton, M.A., L.P.C., is a senior Jungian Analyst in private practice in Denver, Colorado.

She received a Masters degree in English Literature before beginning her analytical training at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich. After returning to the United States, she earned a Masters in Psychology before completing her Jungian training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts.

Her thesis for the IRSJA was on the brother-sister relationship. She explored animus development in women who had been deeply affected by their relationships with their brothers. Work on that writing culminated in her book, Brothers and Sisters: Discovering the Psychology of Companionship.

Lara is a founding member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado, an independent training society and member of International Association for Analytical Psychology. She helped to usher in their independent training program, and became the first Director of Training for the organization, a position that she continues to hold.

She currently serves as president of the C.G. Jung Society of Colorado, an organization dedicated to bringing lectures and presentations related to Jungian psychology to the general public.

Lara's interests include Celtic Mythology and Irish literature, and she continues to study Jung's work on alchemy. A focus for her has been the female alchemist Maria Prophetissa. She has studied, taught and written about fairy tales from all cultures and has presented lectures and workshops on these and other topics both locally and internationally. 

Her most recent publication is an article in Spring Journal #79: Irish Culture & Depth Psychology titled, Deirdre of the Sorrows. She is currently working on a book of interpretations of fairy tales from a collection that was "rediscovered" and translated a few years ago – Original Bavarian Folktales: A Schönwerth Selection. 

This interview was recorded on June 15, 2016. It runs for one hour and 19 minutes and is 74 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download the MP3 file to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now Google Play Music.

Special thanks to Peter Stuart Lakanen for editing this episode.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Linda Schierse Leonard, Ph.D.  Jungian analyst

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich

Mysterium Coniunctionis {Collected Works vol. 14} by C.G. Jung; paragraph 359 on how water "kills and vivifies"

The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats

John Hill  Jungian analyst

Goddesses In Everywoman: Powerful Archetypes in Women's Lives by Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., Jungian analyst

The Wounded Woman: Healing the Father-Daughter Relationship by Linda Schierse Leonard, Ph.D., Jungian analyst

Jungian Feminine Psychology and Adolescent Prostitutes by Lara Newton Ruddy and Dr. Mitchell M. Handelsman,  Adolescence Vol. XXI, No. 84, Winter 1986

Joseph Wheelwright, M.D.  Jungian analyst

The Summons of the Soul  James Hollis' 2012 lecture at The Jung Center in Houston

 C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado

Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts

International Association for Analytical Psychology

ISAP  The International School of Analytical Psychology Zürich

Brothers & Sisters: Discovering the Psychology of Companionship by Lara Newton

Nancy Cater  Spring Journal Books

The Complete Grimm's Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm; contains Brother and Sister

The Solar Myths and Opicinus de Canistris by C.G. Jung, Notes of the Seminar given at Eranos in 1943

The Psychology of the Transference by C.G. Jung

2016 Jung Midnight Sun Conference  June 24-26 in Fairbanks, Alaska

C.G. Jung Society of Northern Alaska  Fairbanks, Alaska

Mysterium Coniunctionis by C.G. Jung; paragraphs 110-133 on Sol

John Todd, Ph.D.  Speaking of Jung, Episode #18

Deirdre of the Sorrows by Lara Newton

Structural Forms of the Feminine Psyche by Toni Wolff {free scan}

Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Axiom of Maria  Blog post by Lara Newton

Alchemical Studies by C.G. Jung; contains The Visions of Zosimos

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

FOLLOW-UP NOTES BY LARA NEWTON – updated Jun. 25, 2016

💕 This episode is dedicated to Laura's brother, Mark, and Lara's brother, John.

Jun 22, 2016
Episode #18: John Todd
01:13:04
 John Todd at the 2015 Fall Conference of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. Photo by Laura London.

John Todd at the 2015 Fall Conference of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. Photo by Laura London.

John B. Todd received a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology, which is the degree of a Jungian analyst, from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in North America.

He has been in the mental health field for over 23 years. A native of Florida, he began his career spending over a decade as a children and families counselor for Hospice of the Florida Suncoast before beginning his private practice in Evergreen, Colorado, in 2006.

In addition to being a Nationally Certified Licensed Professional Counselor, Dr. Todd is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology and is currently on the Board of the C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado.

This interview was recorded on May 27, 2016. It runs for 1 hour and 13 minutes, and is 58 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download the MP3 file to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now Google Play Music.

Special thanks to Peter Stuart Lakanen for editing this episode.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Psychological Perspectives  A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought

Transformations of Myth Through Time with Joseph Campbell

Pacifica Graduate Institute  Carpinteria, California

Dr. Kathy Mays  Jungian analyst

Lowry Park Zoo  Tampa, Florida

Why All Our Wild Creatures Peck at the Selfish Owl by Dave Unaipon {Aboriginal Munmundi story}

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado

Jung Midnight Sun Conference  Fairbanks, Alaska * June 24-26, 2016


LINKS
 

Dr. John B. Todd  His website

Connecting You: John Todd Interview by Erica Piebiak, Publicity Coordinator for the Calgary Jung Society

Sabina Espinet  Dr. Todd's wife is a beautiful artist


This episode is dedicated to Sabina Espinet and Max Todd.

May 31, 2016
Episode #17: Tom Lavin
01:34:28
 Jungian analyst Thomas Patrick Lavin at the C.G. Jung Center in Evanston, IL, on Apr. 1, 2016. Photo by Laura London.

Jungian analyst Thomas Patrick Lavin at the C.G. Jung Center in Evanston, IL, on Apr. 1, 2016. Photo by Laura London.

Thomas Patrick Lavin is a Zürich-trained Jungian Analyst and Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Wilmette, Illinois. He completed his doctorates in both Clinical Psychology and Moral Theology {Ethics} at the University of Innsbruck in Austria.

He is a founding member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago and established and ran eleven drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers for the US Army in Europe. Dr. Lavin's area of clinical expertise is the movement from religion to spirituality in a personal and developmental context. He has lectured on Jung's work for over four decades.

This interview was recorded on April 27, 2016. It runs for a little over 90 minutes and is 91 MB. You can listen to the episode right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Trump's Il Duce Routine by Roger Cohen, New York Times, Feb. 29, 2016

Donald Trump Retweets Post With Quote From Mussolini by Maggie Haberman, New York Times, Feb. 28, 2016

The Cure at Troy: A Version of Sophocles' Philoctetes by Seamus Heaney

The Great Transformation: The Beginning of Our Religious Traditions by Karen Armstrong {Sunday Book Review}

Thriving in the Crosscurrent: Clarity & Hope in a Time of Cultural Sea Change by James Kenney

Collected Works, Vol. 18: The Symbolic Life by C.G. Jung

TIME Magazine - Apr. 25, 2016  Republican National Convention preview

TIME Magazine - Mar. 14, 2016  Donald Trump cover

The Cultural Complex: Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche & Society  Edited by Thomas Singer and Samuel L. Kimbles

Jung: A Biography by Deirdre Bair

Collected Works, Vol. 10: Civilization in Transition by C.G. Jung {Contains "Wotan" and "After the Catastrophe"}

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Collected Works, Vol. 11: Psychology & Religion – West & East by C.G. Jung {Contains "The Terry Lectures"}

Donald Trump As an Opportunistic Infection by Robert Magrisso, M.D.

The Dream: The Vision of the Night by Max Zeller

God's Grandeur by Gerard Manley Hopkins

I Ching: Book of Changes  Richard Wilhelm & Cary F. Baynes, Translators


LINKS
 

A Clear & Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump  Includes the chapter, "The Trump Phenomena," by Thomas Patrick Lavin; published in July 2016

The Trump Phenomena  Dr. Lavin's presentation at the C.G. Jung Center, Evanston, IL

Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Ph.D.  Dr. Lavin's wife

Mythology in Relationships & Relationships in Mythology by Thomas P. Lavin, Ph.D., Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Ph.D., Quadrant Journal, Summer 2013


UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS
 

The Divine is Moving from Stable Parochial to Chaotic Universal  Tom Lavin, Ph.D. & Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Ph.D., February 2, 2018 from 1-4:00pm, C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago

The Psychology & Mythology of Depth from Aesklepios to the Greeks & Romans  Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Ph.D., February 23, 2018 from 7-9pm, C.G. Jung Center Evanston

The Tale of Two Cities, Zurich & Chicago: Sabina Spielrein & Edith Rockefeller McCormick  Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Ph.D., March 30, 2018 from 7-9pm, C.G. Jung Center Evanston


This episode is dedicated to Dr. Mary Ellen O'Hare-Lavin, Jessica Hart, & Kaitlyn Whitebread.

May 03, 2016
Episode #16: Russ Lockhart
01:24:16

Russell Arthur Lockhart, Ph.D., is a Jungian analyst, writer, editor, publisher, day trader, and consultant in private practice in Everett, Washington.

He was born and educated in Los Angeles, California, receiving his M.A. {1962} and Ph.D. {1965} in Experimental Psychology from the University of Southern California. He has taught at the University of California–Santa Barbara, the University of California–Los Angeles, the University of California–Berkeley, and International College California.

For many years, he was Director of the Human Psychophysiology Laboratory at Camarillo State Hospital in conjunction with the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute. His Jungian analytic training was at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles {1974}, where he also served as Director of Analyst Training.

He is the author of Words as Eggs: Psyche in Language & Clinic; Psyche Speaks: A Jungian Approach to Self & World; Dreams, Bones & the Future: A Dialogue {with Paco Mitchell}; The Final Interlude: Advancing Age and Life's End {with Lee Roloff; link is a free .pdf copy}, as well many articles and presentations in the field of depth psychology. He is co-editor of Owl & Heron Press {with Paco Mitchell}, Editor and Publisher at The Lockhart Press {with his wife Frankie}, and President of RAL Consulting, Inc., which operates an international trading room for education in the psychology of the financial markets and global economies. His current work focuses on the fictive purpose of dreams, the commodification of desire, and a novel entitled, "Dreams: The Final Heresy."

This interview was recorded on April 13, 2016. It runs for an hour and twenty-four minutes, and is 81 MB. You can listen to the episode right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunesStitcher, and now Google Play Music. You can also see an outline of this interview in the Blog section.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Remembering Jung  Available to stream online or purchase

Hilde Kirsch  Video interview

Group photo  Zarathustra Seminar, 1973

The Jungians: A Comparative & Historical Perspective  by Thomas B. Kirsch

Nietzsche's Zarathustra: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1934-1939  by C.G. Jung

The Film Archive Project  C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles

Matter of Heart  Documentary DVD

Modern Man in Search of a Soul  by C.G. Jung

Hal Stone  Author page

Marvin Spiegelman  Author page

Gilles Quispel  Video interview in which he explains the story of the Jung Codex

Selections from Keats's Letters  On Negative Capability: Letter to George & Tom Keats, December 1817 {full text}

Edward Bernays  Author page

Jungian Symbolism in Astrology  by Alice O. Howell

Graham Jackson  The war on eros

Edward Edinger  Author page

James Hillman  Author page

M. Esther Harding  Author page


LINKS TO DR. LOCKHART'S WORK
 

ral's notebook  Blog

@russlockhart  Twitter

The Underground Trading Pit  Home of the manual Hints & Helps for Daytraders

Hints & Helps for Daytraders  The manual project

Secrets of the Undergroundtrader: Advanced Methods for Short-Term & Swing Trading Any Market  by Jea Yu & Russell Lockhart

Living with Jung: Enterviews with Jungian Analysts, Vol. 1  "Listen to the Dreams: Russell Arthur Lockhart at 65," by Robert & Janis Henderson

Apr 16, 2016
Episode #15: Graham Jackson
01:00:48
 Jungian analyst and author Graham Jackson at his home office in Toronto. Photo by Laura London.

Jungian analyst and author Graham Jackson at his home office in Toronto. Photo by Laura London.

Graham Jackson received an Honours B.A. in English and French, followed by a Masters in Information Studies, from the University of Toronto. His Diploma in Analytical Psychology comes from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich, where he studied from 1985 to 1990.

Prior to his analytical training, he worked as a librarian, journalist and researcher. In his spare time, he wrote for the theatre and reviewed dance for several Canadian and American publications. In 1978, a collection of his dance criticism, Dance as Dance, was published by Catalyst Press in Toronto. Catalyst had previously published two chap books of his short stories, The Apothecary Jar and Gardens.

In 1982, Brandstead Press published a suite of poems entitled Porcelain Letters, and in 1990 followed that with An Arc of Red Crystals, a collection of four stories.

His thesis for the Jung Institute came out under an Inner City imprint in 1991. Called The Secret Lore of Gardening, the book explored the archetypal background of male-male intimacy. Not satisfied that he had created a well-rounded picture, he composed a volume two, The Living Room Mysteries, which continued the exploration. This was published in 1993.

Jackson continues to write on Jungian themes for the Ontario Association of Analytical Psychology's professional training and public programs in the form of lectures. He's also engaged in writing a novel series, a saga that looks at the psychological history of a handful of characters over a period spanning 40 years.

Our talk focused on his recent presentation, War on Eros. It is described as follows: Jung wrote, 'Where love reigns, there is no will to power; and where the will to power is paramount, love is lacking.' {CW 7, par. 22} A simple, verifiable statement, we might say, but what happens when the will to power through several seductive guises such as fashion, social media, and so-called technological superiority threatens the very existence of that 'questionable fellow,' Eros? This lecture explores his struggles for survival in a society increasingly addicted to one-upmanship and celebration of sentimentality.

This interview was recorded on March 23, 2016, at Jackson's home office in Toronto. It runs for an hour, and is 56 MB. You can listen to the episode right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This podcast is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Inner City Books  The publishing house of Jungian analyst Daryl Sharp

John Hill  His website

Mario Jacoby  His author page on Amazon.com

Rollo May  His author page on Amazon.com

The End of Absence: Reclaiming What We've Lost in a World of Constant Connection by Michael Harris

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy


LINKS
 

On April 15, 2016, Jackson will be giving a lecture in Toronto from 7:30-9:30 p.m. called Mother Complex, Father Complex. Tickets are available in advance or at the door.

Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts  Toronto, Canada

C.G. Jung Foundation of Ontario  Public events in Toronto

Apr 01, 2016
Episode #14: George Hogenson
01:11:58
 Jungian analyst, author & scholar, George Hogenson. Photo by Laura London.

Jungian analyst, author & scholar, George Hogenson. Photo by Laura London.

George Hogenson holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Yale University and a masters degree in clinical social work from the University of Chicago. He completed his training as a Jungian analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago where he is now a senior training analyst. He served as president of the Society from 2007 to 2009.

He currently serves on the Executive Committee of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology.

A graduate of St. Olaf College, he studied with the Buddhist philosopher, Masao Abe, and the Zen Master, Seikiun Koretsune, in Kyoto, Japan, before entering the Masters program in East Asian Languages and Literatures at Yale. Following completion of his Ph.D., Dr. Hogenson was on the faculty of the Yale School of Management and a member of Yale's Institute for Social and Policy Studies.

He has lectured and published extensively, both in the United States and in Europe, on the relationship between depth psychology and recent advances in cognitive science, neuropsychology and artificial intelligence.

He is the author of Jung's Struggle with Freud, which was the topic of his doctoral dissertation and is now in its second edition. It is the basis of our talk.

This interview was recorded on March 9, 2016, at a public library in Chicago. It runs for an hour and twelve minutes, and it's just under 70 MB. You can listen to the interview right here in your browser or download it directly to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher.


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Man & His Symbols by C.G. Jung

Freud & Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation by Paul Ricoeur

The Freud/Jung Letters The correspondence between Sigmund Freud & C.G. Jung

A Most Dangerous Method: The Study of Jung, Freud, & Sabina Spielrein by John Kerr

A Dangerous Method The movie

The Interpretation of Dreams: The Complete & Definitive Text by Sigmund Freud

Psychology & the Occult by C.G. Jung {contains Jung's doctoral dissertation, "On the Psychology & Pathology of So-Called Occult Phenomena"}

Oedipus Rex by Sophocles

Memoirs of My Nervous Illness by Daniel Paul Schreber

Symbols of Transformation by C.G. Jung {Vol. 5 of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung}

Totem & Taboo by Sigmund Freud

The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James

The Language of the Self: The Function of Language in Psychoanalysis by Jacques Lacan

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality by Sigmund Freud

The Secret Ring: Freud's Inner Circle & the Politics of Psychoanalysis by Phyllis Grosskurth

General Psychological Theory: Papers on Metapsychology by Sigmund Freud


LINKS TO DR. HOGENSON'S WORK
 

George Hogenson, Ph.D.  His website

ResearchGate  Members can access 30 of his publications

The Red Book: Reflections on C.G. Jung's Liber Novus  Co-editor and contributor

The Archetypal & Scientific Significance of the Red Book  DVD presentation via the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago

Transformational Power of the Red Book  Video presentation via Mind Bites {watch online or download}

Who Owns Jung?  From Moments of Meeting to Archetypal Consciousness: Emergence and the Fractal Structure of Analytic Practice

Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis  Archetypes: Emergence and the Psyche's Deep Structure

Barcelona 04 - Edges of Experience: Memory and Emergence - Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress for Analytical Psychology  The Self, the Symbolic, and Synchronicity: Virtual Realties and the Emergence of the Psyche

Mar 14, 2016
Episode #13: Deldon Anne McNeely
01:18:50

Deldon Anne McNeely received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Louisiana State University and is certified as a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. She studied at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich and completed her training as an analyst with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in the United States.

She is a founding member of the New Orleans Jungian Seminar where she is a training analyst, and is a patron of the Baton Rouge Jung Society.

Dr. McNeely is the author of four books on Jungian psychology – Touching: Body Therapy and Depth Psychology; Animus Aeternus: Exploring the Inner MasculineMercury Rising: Women, Evil, and the Trickster Gods; and Becoming: An Introduction to Jung's Concept of Individuation.

She has also written a memoir, A Russian Lullaby, about her three years in the Soviet Union.

Dr. McNeely's one-act play, Visions of Genius, addresses the relationship between Jung, James Joyce, and his daughter Lucia. It is scheduled to be performed on the evening of March 18, 2016, to benefit the C.G. Jung Society of New Orleans. Click here to purchase tickets to this one-night-only charity event.

This interview was recorded on February 24, 2016. It runs for one hour and nineteen minutes, and is around 76 MB. You can play it right here in your browser or click on the download link to save it to your computer. You can also listen to this podcast on iTunes and on Stitcher.


AFTERWORD

On listening to our interview I wondered, ‘Did I get across the sense that individuating implies that one becomes, not more introverted and self-obsessed, but more aware of one’s responsibility to society?’ I do address this in the book, but I may not have focused much on it in the interview. A consequence of individuating is that one recognizes the importance of contributing to one’s fellow human beings with empathy, compassion, and active participation in society.
— Deldon Anne McNeely

LINKS
 

Four of Dr. McNeely's books – Animus Aeternus, Mercury Rising, Becoming, and A Russian Lullaby – are available as Google Play eBooks, which are compatible with Apple, Android and eReaders.

The first 3 chapters of her latest book, Becoming, are available as a free download from Fisher King Press.

A graphic that I made about individuation based on questions Dr. McNeely laid out in Chapter 16, "Elitism and Exceptions," of Becoming

Carolyn Grant Fay  The Jung Center of Houston

Jonathan Shedler, Ph.D.  The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake by Carol Loeb Shloss

Ulysses: A Monologue, 1934 by C.G. Jung

The Spirit in Man, Art, & Literature by C.G. Jung {This book, Volume 15 of The Collected Works of C.G. Jung, contains "Ulysses: A Monologue."}

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

The poem about the spider is "A Noiseless Patient Spider" by Walt Whitman. It is quoted in Becoming at the beginning of Chapter 6, and is published in Whitman's book, Leaves of Grass: The Complete Deathbed Edition.

A Krishnamurti Story  "You see, I don't mind what happens."

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell's 'Epiphany'  News story on bloomberg.com

The Way of the Explorer: An Apollo Astronaut's Journey Through the Material & Mystical Worlds by Dr. Edgar Mitchell

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Edgar Mitchell. 🌚💕

Feb 28, 2016
Episode #12: Barbara Davies
00:58:34
 Barbara Davies, Zürich, November 2015. Photo by Laura London.

Barbara Davies, Zürich, November 2015. Photo by Laura London.

Dr. Barbara Davies has over 30 years of work experience as a Jungian analyst, having received her training under the direct supervision of Jung's closest associate, Dr. Marie-Louise von Franz, whom she worked with and for up until her death in 1998.

Dr. Davies grew up in Geneva and earned her Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Zürich. She is a member of the Federation of Swiss Psychologists as well as the Swiss Association for Child and Adolescent Psychology.

She is also trained and licensed in hypnotherapy, with certifications from both the National Guild of Hypnotherapists in the United States and the Freiraum–Institut für Humanistische Psychologie in Switzerland.

Along with her private practice, she has been conducting seminars in Jungian Psychology in Zürich, Geneva, France, Sweden, Spain and Australia for many years. Her seminars include: An Introduction to Fairy Tale Interpretation; Getting to Know the I Ching, the Chinese Book of Changes; The Symbol of the Mirror in Depth Psychology; An Introduction to the Interpretation of Dreams; and An Introduction to Alchemy: A central area in understanding the thought of C.G. Jung.

This interview was recorded at the Park Hyatt Zürich on November 25, 2015. It's 58:34 long and 56.2 MB. You can play it right here in your browser, or click on the download link to save it to your computer. You can also listen to this podcast on iTunes and on Stitcher.

Topics include: typology {the four functions of thinking, feeling, sensation and intuition, as well as the "inferior," or "fourth" function}, complexes, being "good," how she came to meet and work with Dr. von Franz, the shadow, relationships, world peace, the differences between clinical psychology and Jungian analysis, and being "high-maintenance."


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Corpus Alchemicum Arabicum: Book of the Explanation of the Symbols of Kitab Hall ar-Rumuz  Psychological commentary by Marie-Louise von Franz {This is von Franz's work on Arabic alchemy. For more information and for free excerpts, please visit The Living Human Heritage Project.}

The Cat: A Tale of Feminine Redemption  by Marie-Louise von Franz

An Appeal by the Dalai Lama to the World: Ethics Are More Important Than Religion  Edited by Franz Alt {Available for free here at Amazon.com.}
 

RECOMMENDED PUBLICATIONS BY C.G. JUNG


The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious  Volume 9i of The Collected Works

Man and His Symbols

Memories, Dreams, Reflections

Psychological Types  Volume 6 of The Collected Works

The Red Book

Symbols of Transformation  Volume 5 of The Collected Works

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle
 

RECOMMENDED PUBLICATIONS BY MARIE-LOUISE VON FRANZ


Alchemy: An Introduction to the Symbolism and the Psychology

Archetypal Dimensions of the Psyche

C.G. Jung: His Myth in Our Time

Dreams: A Study of the Dreams of Jung, Descartes, Socrates, & Other Historical Figures

Light from the Darkness: The Paintings of Peter Birkhäuser

On Dreams and Death

Psyche and Matter

Psychotherapy

Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales

The Way of the Dream: Conversations on Jungian Dream Interpretation with Marie-Louise Von Franz
 

LINKS
 

Barbara Davies  Her website

Marie-Louise von Franz  Her website

Marie-Louise von Franz: The Classic Jungian & the Classic Jungian Tradition  Edited by James A. Hall & Daryl Sharp {This book contains Dr. Davies' essay, "Marie-Louise von Franz: Her Life & Work," as well as an interview with herself and James Hall. You can read an excerpt of the essay in the Inner City Books newsletter, Jung at Heart, Summer/Fall 2008.}

Gravesites  Blog post about my visit to the cemetery where C.G. Jung, Barbara Hannah and Marie-Louise von Franz are buried

Special thanks to both Frith Luton and Daryl Sharp for putting me in touch with Dr. Davies.

Feb 04, 2016
Episode #11: Laura London
01:05:00
 Laura London in the rain on the Limmatquai in Zürich with Fraumünster Church in the background.

On this episode of the podcast, Shaun Lau of No, Totally! stepped in as guest host to discuss my recent trip to Zürich, Switzerland.

In November 2015, I finally decided to see for myself the places where Jung lived and worked. Visiting Zürich also gave me the opportunity to meet with some of the most world-renowned Jungian analysts and record a few interviews for the podcast.

It was a tense time to be traveling in Europe, in light of the recent bombings in Paris. I had to change planes in Münich coming and going, and airport security was tighter than I'd ever seen it. Zürich was quiet on the surface, but I sensed a general unease. When I visited with Murray Stein, he called the present situation in Europe a "tinder box."

I then went on to Rome where the military was present on practically every corner. Brandishing machine guns, I might add. They lined the entrance to the Vatican Museum and were even present on tiny little Tiber Island, guarding the entrance to one of my favorite places – the Basilica of St. Bartholomew the Apostle, former temple of Asclepius. I stayed in a hotel looking out onto the Pantheon, and there was a police car parked under my window every night.

The trip began with an 8-hour weather delay in Chicago, a missed connection to Zürich, and an unexpected overnight stay in Washington, D.C. I finally arrived in Zürich almost two days late and had to immediately head to Einsiedeln for my first meeting: the publishing offices of Daimon Verlag and a private sit-down with its founder, Jungian analyst Dr. Robert Hinshaw.

Since I don't like to write – that's why I started this podcast, I'd much prefer to speak – you can listen to the rest of the story here:


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Park Hyatt Zürich  An exquisite hotel with outstanding service. I highly recommend it.

Daimon Verlag  The publishing house of Jungian analyst Dr. Robert Hinshaw

Inner City Books  The publishing house of Jungian analyst Daryl Sharp

Spring Publications  I erroneously referred to it as Spring Journal.

Kloster Einsiedeln  The Benedictine monastery that is home to the Black Madonna

Blog Post: Einsiedeln  Photos of my day in Einsiedeln, Switzerland

Matter of Heart: The Extraordinary Journey of C.G. Jung Into the Soul of Man  Documentary DVD

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung, edited by Aniela Jaffé

The Black Madonna of Einsiedeln: An Ancient Image for Our Present Time by Fred Gustafson

Episode #10: Fred Gustafson  Our interview about the Black Madonna

The Matrix Revolutions  Part 3 of The Matrix movie trilogy

Episode #7: Christina Becker  "The brighter the light, the darker the shadow."

Jung's house at 228 Seestrasse in Küsnacht

Tina Turner  Her residence is also on Seestrasse in Küsnacht

The House of C.G. Jung: The History and Restoration of the Residence of Emma and Carl Gustav Jung-Rauschenbach by Stiftung C.G. Jung Küsnacht

C.G. Jung Institute Küsnacht  The video I took during my visit

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich  A history

The Zentrum  The Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz

Jung's Grave  Photos from my visit to the church and cemetery in Küsnacht {Note: I erroneously referred to Lilly Jung-Merker as Jung's daughter. She was, in fact, Jung's daughter-in-law, married to his son Franz.}

Marie-Louise von Franz  The life and work of Jung's closest pupil

The Psychology Club Zürich  Founded by C.G. Jung in 1916

Toni Wolff  Portrait in the main hallway of The Psychology Club Zürich

Episode #9: Murray Stein  Interview about the state of the world today and about the various Jungian training programs in Zürich

Episode #12: Barbara Davies  Our interview in Zürich

Drepung Loseling  Tibetan Buddhist monastery in South India

Episode #5: Daryl Sharp  On Jung's model of typology

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

Yousuf Karsh  Photographer {I was told not to photograph his portrait of Jung, so I didn't.}

Thomas P. Lavin, Ph.D.  Zürich-trained Chicago-based Jungian analyst

Madonna: Truth or Dare  Documentary DVD

💕 This episode is dedicated to the ones who got me there and back.

Jan 16, 2016
Episode #10: Fred Gustafson
01:02:21
 Photo courtesy of Fred Gustafson.

Photo courtesy of Fred Gustafson.

The idea for this episode began in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, during my recent trip to Zürich. Einsiedeln is located 25 miles to the south, about 5 miles from the southern end of the lake. It's an idyllic, picturesque mountain town that is so beautiful, it's surreal.

I was there to visit Dr. Robert Hinshaw – a Jungian analyst and the founder of the Daimon Verlag publishing house. We had a wonderful meeting, full of stories, in his office that looks out onto an enormous Benedictine monastery that is home to the Black Madonna.

I'd first learned of the Black Madonna's existence through Marion Woodman's book, Addiction to Perfection. And when I told Episode 7 guest Christina Becker that I’d be visiting Zürich, she told me that I just had to go see the Black Madonna.

Dr. Hinshaw sent me on my way that evening with a copy of the the book, The Black Madonna of Einsiedeln: An Ancient Image for Our Present Time. It was written by a friend of his in the United States, Dr. Fred Gustafson, who had been a fellow student at the Jung Institute in Zürich back in the 1970s. Dr. Hinshaw suggested that after I went across the street to see the Black Madonna, I might want to interview Dr. Gustafson when I got home.

Fred Gustafson received a Doctor of Ministry in Psychology and Pastoral Counseling from Andover Newton Theological School in Boston in 1968, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology {the degree of a Jungian analyst} from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich in 1975.

Dr. Gustafson has worked full-time as a Jungian Analyst and Pastoral Counselor, and is currently a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, the Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists in Zürich, and the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. 

In addition to his book on the Black Madonna, he is the author of Dancing Between Two Worlds: Jung and the Native American Soul. He also contributed the chapter, "Fathers, Sons, and the Brotherhood," to the book Betwixt and Between: Patterns of Masculine and Feminine Initiation.

Along with fellow Jungian analyst Jane Kamerling, Dr. Gustafson is the co-author of the groundbreaking book, Lifting The Veil. In it, they explore Islam and the repressed feminine principle within both Eastern and Western cultures from an historical and psychological perspective.

He is also the editor of and a contributor to both The Moonlit Path: Reflections on the Dark Feminine and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin & Carl Gustav Jung: Side by Side.

Dr. Gustafson and I spoke via Skype on December 14, 2015. The interview is just over an hour long and around 60 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download the MP3 file to your computer. You can also listen to it via iTunes or Stitcher.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and Civilization by Heinrich Zimmer, edited by Joseph Campbell

Sri Ramakrishna is quoted in Heinrich Zimmer's book Philosophies of India, edited by Joseph Campbell

Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota

Our Lady of Czestochowa in Poland

Our Lady of Montserrat in Catalonia, Spain

Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City

Peace {The Black Madonna in San Francisco} by Beniamino Benvenuto {Benny Bufano}

Tannhäuser im Venusberg by A.N. Ammann

Northern Exposure "Learning Curve" Season 4, Episode 15

Blog post about my visit to Einsiedeln {includes photos}

Dec 18, 2015
Episode #9: Murray Stein
00:48:03
 Jungian analyst Murray Stein welcoming me to his office in Zürich.

Jungian analyst Murray Stein welcoming me to his office in Zürich.

Murray Stein earned a Master of Divinity from Yale University in 1969, a Diploma in Analytical Psychology {the degree of a Jungian analyst} from the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich in 1973, and a Ph.D. in Religion and Psychological Studies from the University of Chicago in 1984.

He has been a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology {IAAP} since 1973, and served as its president from 2001 – 2004. 

Dr. Stein was an honorary member of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago from 1976 – 2003, the founding member and first president of the Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts, and one of the founding members of the North America's Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts {IRSJA}.

Since 2003 he has been both a training and supervising analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology {ISAP} in Zürich, where he served as president from 2008 – 2012, as well as a member of the Schweizerische Gesellschaft fuer Analytische Psychologie {SGAP} in Bern, Switzerland.

In addition, Dr. Stein was editor and publisher at Chiron Publications from 1983 – 2014.

The interview was recorded on November 25, 2015, during my visit to Dr. Stein's office in the historic building at Münstergasse 9 in Zürich. It is known as the Salomon-Gessner-Haus zum Schwanen {note the name on the door in the photo}. Dr. Stein told me that Goethe had visited Salomon Gessner in the house, and Mozart played his violin there at the age of ten when he and his father were passing through Zürich on a European tour to show off the prodigy boy's genius.

The episode is 48 minutes long and around 46 MB. You can listen to it right here in your browser or download it to your computer. This episode is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher. You can read a summary of the topics Dr. Stein covered in the interview in this blog post.


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Paranoia: The Madness That Makes History by Luigi Zoja {in Italian}

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

We've Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy – And the World's Getting Worse by James Hillman and Michael Ventura

Minding the Self: Jungian Meditations on Contemporary Spirituality by Murray Stein

The Inner World of Trauma: Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit by Donald Kalsched

Trauma and the Soul: A Psycho-spiritual Approach to Human Development and Its Interruption by Donald Kalsched

Analytical Psychology in Exile: The Correspondence of C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann

Jung's Map of the Soul: An Introduction by Murray Stein


OTHER BOOKS BY MURRAY STEIN
 

A Changing God Image: What Does It Mean?

In Midlife: A Jungian Perspective

ISAP Zürich: A Journey with Isabelle Meier, Paul Brutsche, and Deborah Egger

Jung's Treatment of Christianity: The Psychotherapy of a Religious Tradition

Practicing Wholeness: Analytical Psychology and Jungian Thought

Solar Conscience Lunar Conscience: An Essay on the Psychological Foundations of Morality, Lawfulness, and the Sense of Justice

Soul: Treatment and Recovery The selected works of Murray Stein

The Principle of Individuation: Toward the Development of Human Consciousness

Transformation: Emergence of the Self {also available as a free ebook}


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Grossmünster Reformed Church

The Psychology Club Zürich

International Association for Analytical Psychology IAAP

The Society of Analytical Psychology The London School

International School of Analytical Psychology ISAPZürich

Research and Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz

C.G. Jung Institute Zürich Now in Küsnacht

The Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts North America

Photo album on Flickr

Dec 06, 2015
Episode #8: David Schoen
00:55:00

David E. Schoen, LCSW, MSSW, has a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, and a Masters degree in clinical social work from the University of Texas in Austin.

He has a background as an alcohol and chemical dependency counselor, and as a clinical social worker. He is cofounder and past coordinator of the New Orleans Jungian Seminar, and is currently an advisor to the C.G. Jung Society of Baton Rouge. He's also a senior analyst in the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, as well as Chair of their Ethics Committee.

David speaks nationally and internationally on various aspects of Jungian Psychology, and is a Louisiana Poet. He has a private practice in Covington, Louisiana, centrally located between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

His first book, Divine Tempest: The Hurricane As a Psychic Phenomenon, was published by Inner City Books in 1998.

He is also the author of The War of the Gods in Addiction: C.G. Jung, Alcoholics Anonymous, and Archetypal Evil, published by Spring Journal Books in 2009.

His latest book, Always a Fighting Tiger: Memoirs of an Ordinary LSU Football Fan, was released last year by Tate Publishing, and will be the topic of a future interview.

This episode was recorded on Oct. 24, 2015, at the Fall Conference of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts held in Chicago. It's 55 minutes long and around 53 MB. You can also listen to this interview on iTunes and on Stitcher.


LINKS
 

The Neurosis of Psychology by Wolfgang Giegerich

Man and His Symbols by C.G. Jung

The Bill W. – Carl Jung Letters are reprinted in full in the Blog section

The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous {During the interview I erroneously referred to the "higher power" as being in Step 1. It's actually in Step 2. ~LL}

David's page on the C.G. Jung Society of New Orleans' website explains What is Jungian Analysis?

The website for David's book, Always a Fighting Tiger


This episode is dedicated to the friends of Bill W.

Nov 11, 2015
Episode #7: Christina Becker
00:56:58

I first met Christina Becker during a trip to Toronto back in August. We had a spirited conversation about Jung, her time in Zürich, why she decided to republish her book, and the unique opportunity she had to train with renowned astrologer and Jungian analyst Liz Greene. So when Christina was in Chicago to attend the Fall Conference of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts {IRSJA}, she was kind enough to meet with me again to record an interview for this podcast.

Christina spent a total of 6 years in Zürich where she was granted a Diploma of Analytical Psychology by the C.G. Jung Institute, the only institute in the world founded by Carl Gustav Jung. "It was such a gift to be training less than a kilometer from Jung's house on Lake Zurich," she writes.

She first earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in music composition, having an active interest in sound healing and music. She then went on to earn an MBA and continues to be a successful organizational consultant to the non-profit sector. She's also a principal in a small family business, Becker Associates.

Christina is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, a clinical member of the Ontario Society of Psychotherapists, a senior analyst with the Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists, and a senior training analyst with the IRSJA. She is also a faculty member of the Toronto Art Therapy Institute and a member of the Canadian Association for Sandplay Therapy.

In addition to her Jungian training, she has studied astrology at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London as well as with Liz Greene through the Astrodeinst seminars in Zürich.

Christina has lectured at Jungian training institutes in Buffalo, Calgary, Halifax, Johannesburg, Montreal, New York, Toronto, and Zürich. She has also spoken at various astrological conferences and local Jungian societies across North America, and currently maintains a private practice in the west end of Toronto.

She is the author of the book, The Heart of the Matter: Individuation as an Ethical Process, originally published by Murray Stein's Chiron Publications in 2004. A second edition has been published by Chiron in 2014.

The Self is the centre of the personality, the inner divinity within each individual that guides one’s life and destiny. Individuation, according to Jung, is a natural developmental process within every individual that helps them become the person they were meant to be. In other words, it is a process through which an individual becomes more him- or herself – more authentic and distinct from other people and from collective values and norms.
— Christina Becker, The Heart of the Matter: Individuation as an Ethical Process, p. ix

This interview was recorded in Chicago on October 23rd at the 2015 Fall Conference of the IRSJA. It's 57 minutes long and around 55 MB. You can play it right here in your browser, or click on the download link on the right to save it to your computer. You can also listen to this episode on iTunes and on Stitcher.


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Healing Fiction by James Hillman

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

Jung: A Biography by Deirdre Bair

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Symbols of Transformation by C.G. Jung

C.G. Jung: Word and Image by Aniela Jaffé


LINKS
 

Christina has an extensive website and blog at cjbecker.com

Follow Christina on Twitter at @JungianPath

Christina is featured in the new award-winning feature documentary, What Is Synchronicity? You can watch her segment on YouTube.


My deepest appreciation to Christina for her ongoing support.

Nov 03, 2015
Episode #6: Mark Winborn
00:55:40
 Dr. Mark Winborn next to the square stone that Jung carved at Bollingen.

Dr. Mark Winborn next to the square stone that Jung carved at Bollingen.

While in Chicago for the 2015 Fall Conference of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts {IRSJA}, Dr. Mark Winborn took time out of his busy schedule to sit down with me to speak about something I've been dying to clear up: what exactly is a Jungian analyst?

Dr. Winborn earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Memphis in 1987, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology {the degree of a Jungian analyst} from the IRSJA Training Program in 1999.

He's currently on the executive committee of the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis as well as chair of their distance learning committee and committee on accreditation. He's affiliated with the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis and the International Association for Analytical Psychology. He is a training/supervising analyst of the IRSJA and is the Training Coordinator for the Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar.

Dr. Winborn is a visiting faculty member at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich, The Houston Jung Center, The Jung Seminar of Texas, the C.G. Jung Institute of Philadelphia, the C.G. Jung Institute of Pittsburgh, The New Orleans Jung Seminar, The Florida Jungian Seminar, and the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago.

He is the author of the book, Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey, published in 2011, and the editor of Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond, published in 2014. Dr. Winborn has maintained a private practice in Memphis, Tennessee since 1990.

This interview was recorded at the conference, so please excuse the occasional background noise. It's just over 55 minutes long and around 53 MB. You can play it right here in your browser, or click on the download link on the right to save it to your computer. You can also listen to this episode on iTunes and on Stitcher.


UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS BY DR. WINBORN
 

November 13, 2015 – American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis – Overview of Psychoanalytic Competencies

December 11-13, 2015 – C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago – Shared Realities: Participation Mystique & Beyond; Wilfred Bion & C.G. Jung: Intersecting Vertices; Speaking with Complexes: The Art of Analytic Interpretation; Clinical Case Supervision

January 8-10, 2016 – Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts – Advanced Clinical Interaction; Clinical Case Supervision

February 9-11, 2016 – C.G. Jung Institute Zürich – The Contributions of Michael Fordham to Analytical Psychology; Engaging Mythology; Fundamentals of Technique in Analytic Therapy

March 4-5, 2016 – C.G. Jung Society of New Orleans – Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey; The Compass of Hermes: Cultivating the Analytic Attitude

April 8-10, 2016 – New Mexico Society of Jungian Analysts – Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey; Speaking with Complexes: The Art of Analytic Interpretation; Clinical Case Supervision
 

ADDITIONAL LINKS
 

Dr. Winborn's website is drmarkwinborn.com and his blog is The Psychoanalytic Muse

Follow Dr. Winborn on Twitter at @Mark_Winborn

Download a Free Introduction/Preview {.pdf file} of the book, Shared Realities: Participation Mystique & Beyond, generously provided by Fisher King Press

Facebook pages for the Memphis-Atlanta Jungian Seminar and Shared Realities

Information on the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts Training Program

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology by June Singer

Dr. Michael Fordham and The Society of Analytical Psychology

The Melanie Klein Trust

The James Hillman Collection

Oct 29, 2015
Episode #5: Daryl Sharp
00:42:38
 Daryl Sharp in the basement of Inner City Books. Photo by Laura London.

Daryl Sharp in the basement of Inner City Books. Photo by Laura London.

I was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity for another face-to-face interview with the living legend that is Daryl Sharp.

Daryl is a Zürich-trained Jungian analyst and the founder and general editor of Inner City Books in Toronto, Canada. He's written over 30 books and for this interview we decided to discuss Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology, a true classic in the field of Jungian psychology.

Some of you may remember me tweeting that book cover-to-cover. It sure did get a lot of attention.

“I think typology is so important that it ought to be taught in high school...or early university...or at least when couples are planning to cohabit. And the same goes with complexes," said Sharp.

The information in this book is so important that Inner City Books offers it for free as a .pdf file. You'll find five other books about Jungian psychology on that page as well.

Here's what Daryl had to say. We were able to talk for only around 25 minutes, so at the end of the episode I read a little bit from the concluding remarks of his book.

The episode is just over 43 minutes long and around 41 MB. Remember, it's also available on iTunes and on Stitcher. Please subscribe to the podcast and, if you have a minute, write us a review too. 


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology by Daryl Sharp

Psychological Types {Collected Works, Vol. 6} by C.G. Jung

Digesting Jung: Food for the Journey by Daryl Sharp

The Symbolic Life {Collected Works, Vol. 18} by C.G. Jung

Lectures on Jung's Typology by Marie-Louise von Franz & James Hillman
 

NOTES
 

Inner City Books offers free shipping worldwide.

You can find an extensive biography of Daryl Sharp in the blog section.

While preparing for this interview I wrote a short blog about Daryl's book, Personality Types.

Daryl was my guest in Episode #1. On that page you'll also find a link to a short video we did together in August.

Oct 15, 2015
Episode #4: John P. Dourley
01:23:35
 Professor John Dourley at Inner City Books World Headquarters, Sept. 25, 2015. Photo by Daryl Sharp.

Professor John Dourley at Inner City Books World Headquarters, Sept. 25, 2015. Photo by Daryl Sharp.

As were my previous three guests, John P. Dourley is a Jungian analyst and author. But he's also a Roman Catholic priest. And a professor of religion. On Monday I had the honor of speaking with him about his book, The Illness That We Are: A Jungian Critique of Christianity, published by Inner City Books.

He was ordained in 1964 and holds licentiates in Philosophy and Theology, as well as a Master in Theology, from St. Paul University in Ottawa, Canada, and an M.A. from St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto.

Dourley graduated with a Ph.D. in Theology from Fordham University in New York in 1971. His thesis work was on Paul Tillich and Bonaventure which led, through Tillich, to an interest in Jungian psychology.

He is professor emeritus of the Religion Department of Carleton University in Ottawa where he taught at St. Patrick's College from 1970-1979, and then at Carleton University from 1979-2001.

In 1980, Dourley became a Jungian analyst, having earned a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich.

He's written extensively on Jung and religion. His three additional titles with Inner City Books are Psyche As Sacrament: A Comparative Study of C.G. Jung & Paul Tillich {1981, Out of Print}, Love, Celibacy & the Inner Marriage {1987, Out of Print}, and A Strategy for a Loss of Faith: Jung's Proposal {1992}. More recently he has published three volumes with Routledge: Paul Tillich, Carl Jung & the Recovery of Religion {2008}, On Behalf of the Mystical Fool: Jung on the Religious Situation {2010}, and Jung & His Mystics: In The End It All Comes to Nothing {2014}.

Dourley has also lectured widely in Jungian and academic circles, addressing the plenary sessions of the International Association for Analytical Psychology in Barcelona {2004}, Cape Town {2007}, Montreal {2010}, and Copenhagen {2013}. In recent summers he has made presentations to Jungian conferences at the University of Cambridge and Yale University.

He currently maintains a small practice in Ottawa and continues to be interested in the relation of the human psyche and psychology to religious experience and the religions.

Here is the interview. It's a long one – an hour and 23 minutes – and a little over 80 MB. You can play it here in your browser or download it to your computer. It's also available on iTunes and on Stitcher.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Psyche As Sacrament: A Comparative Study of C.G. Jung & Paul Tillich by John P. Dourley

Love, Celibacy & the Inner Marriage by John P. Dourley

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Psychology & Religion: West & East {Collected Works, Vol. 11} by C.G. Jung

Answer to Job by C.G. Jung

The Red Book by C.G. Jung

The Structure & Dynamics of the Psyche {Collected Works, Vol. 8} by C.G. Jung

Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung


NOTES
 

Read a short quote from the interview in the blog section.

Dourley became reacquainted with Daryl Sharp at the Jung Institute on the Gemeindestraße 27 in Zürich-Hottingen, Switzerland.

See an über-short video of Professor Dourley as he exclaims, "Uh oh, he got it!" as Daryl Sharp correctly figures out how to use the video feature on his iPhone.

Father Dourley's religious order is the Oblates of Mary Immaculate

Oct 01, 2015
Episode #3: Frith Luton
01:00:45
 Frith Luton seated next to Jung's square stone at Bollingen, 2011. Photo courtesy of Frith Luton.

Frith Luton seated next to Jung's square stone at Bollingen, 2011.
Photo courtesy of Frith Luton.

Since she's in Australia and I'm in the United States, today I used the magic of Skype to speak with my guest, Jungian analyst and author Frith Luton.

Frith holds a Bachelor of Arts {Honors} and a Diploma of Education from the University of Melbourne, a Master of Analytical Psychology from the University of Western Sydney, a Diploma in Applied Astrology from Astro*Synthesis in Australia, a Graduate Diploma in Editing and Publishing from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology {which is the degree of a Jungian analyst} from the Research & Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung & Marie-Louise von Franz in Zürich, Switzerland.

She has presented a series of lectures to trainee analysts at the Research & Training Centre for Depth Psychology and at the International School of Analytical Psychology. She has also lectured at The Psychology Club of Zürich and the C.G. Jung Societies of Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, South Australia, and Sydney.

Frith is currently in private practice in Melbourne, Australia, and is also a professional astrologer, available for both consultations and supervision. In addition, she has been a long-time professional book editor, having worked closely with Daryl Sharp editing titles for Inner City Books.

She is the author of Bees, Honey & the Hive: Circumambulating the Centre – A Jungian Exploration of the Symbolism & Psychology, published by Inner City Books in 2011.

Here is the interview, which is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher. It's an hour long and 58.3 MB.


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

C.G. Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms & Concepts by Daryl Sharp

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung

He: Understanding Masculine Psychology by Robert A. Johnson

She: Understanding Feminine Psychology by Robert A. Johnson

We: Understanding the Psychology of Romantic Love by Robert A. Johnson

Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung

Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul by Claire Dunne

Aurora Consurgens: On the Problem of Opposites in Alchemy by Marie-Louise von Franz

Archetypal Dimensions of the Psyche {includes The Transformed Berserker} by Marie-Louise von Franz

Archetype of the Apocalypse: Divine Vengeance, Terrorism, & the End of the World by Edward F. Edinger

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

Transformation of the Psyche: The Symbolic Alchemy of the Splendor Solis by Joseph L. Henderson & Dyane N. Sherwood

Alchemy: An Introduction to the Symbolism & the Psychology by Marie-Louise von Franz

Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke, 1910-1926 by Rainer Maria Rilke

Two Essays on Analytical Psychology {Collected Works, Vol. 7} by C.G. Jung

Mysterium Coniunctionis {Collected Works, Vol. 14} by C.G. Jung

More Than Honey {DVD}

The Life of the Bee by Maurice Maeterlinck

The Cat: A Tale of Feminine Redemption by Marie-Louise von Franz


LINKS
 

C.G. Jung Lexicon is also available as a free download.

On Frith's website there is a beautiful page devoted to her lectures on Bees, Honey & the Hive.

Frith is also a professional astrologer. Please visit Astro Insight for more information.

You can find Frith on Facebook at Jungian Analyst Melbourne.

The Research & Training Centre for Depth Psychology According to C.G. Jung & Marie-Louise von Franz

Sep 20, 2015
Episode #2: J. Gary Sparks
01:05:15
 Jungian analyst and author J. Gary Sparks

In the early moonlit morning of Friday, September 4, 2015, I left Chicago and headed east to Indianapolis, Indiana, where I spent the entire day with Jungian analyst and author J. Gary Sparks.

Over a bottle of San Pellegrino water, hunks of bread, cheese, and dark chocolate, we sat in his living room and talked for hours about Jung, his books, the training program in Zürich, and how Daryl Sharp saved his life.

Eventually remembering the purpose of my visit, we moved into his consulting room to take a few photos, shoot a couple of videos, and begin recording the interview. Our discussion focused around his book, At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity & Jung's Spiritual Testament, and covered what synchronicity really is, how quantum physics factors into it, why the dreams of Wolfgang Pauli are so important, and the true purpose of Jungian Psychology.

John Gary Sparks earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, a Master of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California, and a Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich where his thesis advisor was Marie-Louise von Franz and his training analysts included Jung's grandson, Dieter Baumann, and Jung's lifelong friend, C.A. Meier.

Sparks is also the author of Valley of Diamonds: Adventures in Number & Time with Marie-Louise von Franz, as well as the editor of Edward Edinger's Ego & Self: The Old Testament Prophets—From Isaiah to Malachi, and Science of the Soul: A Jungian Perspective {co-editor with Daryl Sharp}, all published by Inner City Books. He enjoys teaching Jungian psychology at all levels and has maintained an analytic practice in Indianapolis since 1983.

Here's the interview, which is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher. It's just over an hour long and around 63MB:


MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

The Secret of the Golden Flower: A Chinese Book of Life by Richard Wilhelm, Commentary by C.G. Jung

Books by C.G. Jung: all of his major works

Bollingen 1982: a film about Marie-Louise von Franz's relationship with C.G. Jung

Number and Time: Reflections Leading Toward a Unification of Depth Psychology and Physics by Marie-Louise von Franz

Jung and Mysticism: a postcard from Carl Jung to Smith Ely Jelliffe
 

NOTES
 

Watch Gary tell the story of how Daryl Sharp saved his life in this 6-minute video, Hitchhiking in Küsnacht.

Gary brought his Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung action figures to life as he recounted a rather interesting story about their relationship in the afterlife in the 4-minute video, The Bookshelves of J. Gary Sparks.

For more information about his work, please visit Gary's website, jgsparks.net, where you'll find a virtual treasure trove of lectures, presentations, study guides, illustrations and photos – all for free.

Gary also has another website, jungandpauli.net, containing hours of downloadable audio covering the Jung-Pauli dialogue, Pauli's dreams, an introduction to Jung's major works, The Red Book, Aurora Consurgens, Arnold Toynbee, and a 30-minute video of Gary at the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis.

Pauli and Jung: The Meeting of Two Great Minds by David Lindorff

Speaking of Jung, Episode 28  Gary recorded a second interview for this podcast on September 27, 2017


This episode is dedicated to Daryl Sharp and Liz Jefferson.

Sep 08, 2015
Episode #1: Daryl Sharp
00:55:26
 AUG 20, 2015: Daryl Sharp in the backyard of Inner City Books

AUG 20, 2015: Daryl Sharp in the backyard of Inner City Books

On August 20, 2015, I had the profound honor of spending the entire day at Inner City Books in Toronto, Canada. Late that afternoon, I sat down with Daryl Sharp to record the first episode of the podcast. 

Daryl Leonard Merle Sharp – writer, Jungian analyst, publisher and bon vivant  – was born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1936.  He lives in Toronto, Canada and has two sons and two daughters.

He earned two Bachelor degrees, one in mathematics and physics and the other in journalism, at Carleton University in Canada, and a Masters degree in literature and philosophy from the University of Sussex in England. Sharp entered training at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich in 1974, along with other members of the so-called "Canadian mafia," which included Fraser Boa, Marion Woodman and John P. Dourley.

Upon graduating in 1978, Sharp returned to Canada to begin an analytic practice and tour North America on the Jungian lecture circuit.  Together with Marion Woodman and Fraser Boa, Sharp co-founded the Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts in Toronto in 1982 (followed by a training program for analysts in 2000).

In 1980, Sharp also began his major labour of love: Inner City Books, still the world's only publishing house dealing exclusively with the work of Jungian analysts. Sharp's first publication was his diploma thesis, The Secret Raven: Conflict and Transformation in the Life of Franz Kafka. Many others followed, including multiple publications by analysts such as Marion Woodman, Edward F. Edinger, James Hollis and J. Gary Sparks, and especially Marie-Louise von Franz, who graciously agreed to act as honorary patron of Inner City Books.

Today, in 2015, Sharp's enterprise has enjoyed significant success, selling millions of books with translations into approximately a dozen languages.

Sharp himself is the author of more than 30 titles, mainly designed to introduce and explain Jungian concepts to lay audiences. Perhaps his best known books are Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology {1987}, The Survival Papers: Anatomy of a Midlife Crisis {1988}, and Digesting Jung: Food for the Journey {2001}. {Personality Types and Digesting Jung are available as free ebooks on www.innercitybooks.net}.

Here's the interview, which is also available on iTunes and on Stitcher. It's just over 55 minutes long and around 50MB:


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Jungian Psychology Unplugged: My Life As an Elephant by Daryl Sharp

The Problem of the Puer Aeternus by Marie-Louise von Franz

The Interpretation of Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz

The Feminine in Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz

Shadow & Evil in Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz

Individuation in Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz

The Symbolic Quest: Basic Concepts of Analytical Psychology by Edward C. Whitmont

Books by Anthony Stevens

The Herder Dictionary of Symbols

The Secret Raven: Conflict and Transformation in the Life of Franz Kafka by Daryl Sharp

Diaries, 1910-1923 by Franz Kafka

The Owl Was a Baker's Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa and the Repressed Feminine by Marion Woodman

Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride by Marion Woodman

The Pregnant Virgin: A Process of Psychological Transformation by Marion Woodman

Descent to the Goddess: A Way of Initiation for Women by Sylvia Brinton Perera

Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz

C.G. Jung: His Myth in Our Time by Marie-Louise von Franz

The Cat: A Tale of Feminine Redemption by Marie-Louise von Franz

The Love Drama of C.G. Jung: As Revealed In His Life and In His Red Book by Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra

The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung
 

NOTES
 

To see a photo and a short video of the elephant, see my blog post, The Elephant.

To watch a 3-minute video we recorded after the interview, see my blog post, Daryl Sharp's Snake Ring.

To read Sharp's tribute to Marie-Louise von Franz, click here.

For a longer version of Sharp's bio, see the blog post, Who is Daryl Sharp?

Aug 26, 2015