jungian's Podcast

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A series of podcasts that explains Jung's Psychology, starting with an overview of the psyche.

31 JUNGIAN ANALYSIS2 Nov. 23, 2009

JUNG PODCAST #31 - JUNGIAN ANALYSIS 2 In this episode I continue with Murray Stein's quote on analysis; I examine issues such as frequency and length of session, couch vs. chair. "Jungian analysis, which takes place in a dialectical relationship between analyst and analysand, has for its goal the analysand's movement toward psychological wholeness. This transformation of the personality requires coming to terms with the unconscious, its specific structures and their dynamic relations to consciousness as these become available during the course of analysis. Transformation also depends upon the significant modification of the unconscious structures that shape and control ego-consciousness ...

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30 ANALYSIS1 Nov. 10, 2009
JUNG PODCAST#30 - ANALYSIS 1In this episode I begin to discuss the central idea of the practice of Analytical Psychology, that of Jungian Analysis. Before I delve into the topic, I discuss why people come to analysis, and what happens in the first...
28 IND3 Feb. 19, 2009
&nbsp_place_holder;JUNG PODCAST #28 - INDIVIDUATION 3In this episode I continue with Murray Stein's stage 2 (adapting/adjusting) of individuation, with an emphasis on some of the extremes of behaviour that occur in adolescence. I use ideas from Klein and Blos to...
27 INDIVIDUATION2 Feb. 17, 2009
JUNG PODCAST #27 IN INDIVIDUATION 2In this episode I continue with the material on individuation. I examine the early use by Jung of the term 'Individuation', then work through some of the issues of Jung's conceptualization of the personality in terms...
26 INDIVIDUATION1 Oct. 17, 2008
JUNG PODCAST #26 - INDIVIDUATION 1In this episode we begin working through Jung's central idea of Individuation. The first episode will focus on material from the Collected Works of Jung. I attempt to define individuation and give examples of some of...
25 FEEDBACK3 Oct. 14, 2008
JUNG PODCAST #25 - FEEDBACK3In this episode we deal with important questions regarding enantiodromia, dream interpretation and poetry (haiku)
3 M2-RERECORD Oct. 10, 2008
&nbsp_place_holder;JUNG PODCAST #3 - MODEL OF THE PSYCHE PART 2 - RE-RECORDED
24 FEEDBACK2 Oct. 9, 2008
JUNG PODCAST #24 - FEEDBACK2This episode continues with subscriber feedback and questions. Two very important questions regarding projection and the Shadow are dealt with.
23 FEEDBACK Oct. 8, 2008
JUNG PODCAST # 23 - FEEDBACKThis episode deals with listener feedback and questions.
22 ACT.IMAG2 May 9, 2008
JUNG PODCAST #22 - ACTIVE IMAGINATION 2We continue to work through Jung's critical essay on the Transcendent function. I give specific guidance as to how one might enter into an active imagination. Very important in this process is being aware of the...
21 ACT.IMAG Feb. 14, 2008
JUNG PODCAST #21-ACTIVE IMAGINATIONMany subscribers have asked me to deal with the topic of active imagination. In this episode I introduce both active imagination and the transcendent function, as both concepts are linked. Active imagination, or...
20 TALE7 Oct. 24, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #20 - INTERPRETATION OF FAIRY TALES PART 7A final interpretation of Grimm's "Nixie of the Mill-Pond". This completes the material on the introduction to a Jungian interpretation of Fairy Tales.
19 TALE6 Sept. 2, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #19 – THE INTERPRETATION OF FAIRY TALES PART 6We continue our amplifications of the symbols of the fairy tale we are interpreting, The Nixie of the Mill-Pond. Central symbols such as the golden comb, golden spinning- wheel, and golden...
18 TALE5 Aug. 25, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #18 - THE INTERPRETATION OF FAIRY TALES PART 5In this episode we continue with the interpretation of "The Nixie of the Mill-Pond" with a focus on which symbols to amplify and how.
17 TALE4 Aug. 19, 2007
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16 TALE3 July 22, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #16 - FAIRY TALES 3In this episode we continue with a Jungian approach to fairy tale interpretation. I introduce the "Moreau Guidelines", a concise overview of how one may interpret a fairy tale. The Moreau Guidelines are...
2 MODEL OF THE PSYCHE July 2, 2007
Jung Podcast #2 - Jung's Model of the PsycheIn this episode I cover the fundamental aspects of the psyche and review the core structures associated with each such aspect. To assist in our model development, I have used Jung’s topographical model of...
15 TALE2 June 14, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #15 – FAIRY TALES 2In this episode we continue with Luthi’s analysis of the European Folk Tale. In the previous episode we dealt with the one-dimensionality and the abstract nature of the fairy tale. In this episode, Luthi’s ideas...
14 TALES1 June 13, 2007
JUNG PODCAST #14 - FAIRY TALES 1This episode deals with a new and critical issue in our study of Analytical Psychology, that of the interpretation of Fairy Tales. You may ask why we should address this issue? Well, in interpreting the Fairy Tale, we...
13 TYPE3 June 6, 2007
In this episode, the third and final part on Jung's typology, I cover the tricky issue of determining one's superior function. Also, we understand why Jung argued that the process of differentiation was vital to our individuation as it permits the...