26 episodes

Exploring Carl Jung’s magnum opus, The Red Book, chapter-by-chapter. In each episode, Salome Institute director, Satya Doyle Byock, and Astrologer Carol Ferris, discuss C.G. Jung’s vast work while reflecting on Jungian psychology and history, the astrology of Jung's time and ours, and the political, social, feminist, and anti-racist relevance of this work today.

C.G. Jung’s journey into the unconscious began in 1913, just months before the sudden beginning of WWI. It was this descent, laboriously documented in a large red leather book that has come to be known as "The Red Book" that underlies all of Analytical Psychology, also known as Jungian Psychology.

You do not need to be steeped in Jungian Psychology or in astrology to enjoy these episodes. Satya & Carol make this work socially and personally relevant for people of all backgrounds, even those with little experience with this material.

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Exploring Carl Jung’s magnum opus, The Red Book, chapter-by-chapter. In each episode, Salome Institute director, Satya Doyle Byock, and Astrologer Carol Ferris, discuss C.G. Jung’s vast work while reflecting on Jungian psychology and history, the astrology of Jung's time and ours, and the political, social, feminist, and anti-racist relevance of this work today.

C.G. Jung’s journey into the unconscious began in 1913, just months before the sudden beginning of WWI. It was this descent, laboriously documented in a large red leather book that has come to be known as "The Red Book" that underlies all of Analytical Psychology, also known as Jungian Psychology.

You do not need to be steeped in Jungian Psychology or in astrology to enjoy these episodes. Satya & Carol make this work socially and personally relevant for people of all backgrounds, even those with little experience with this material.

    Together like Philemon and Baucis in the Age of Aquarius

    Together like Philemon and Baucis in the Age of Aquarius

    Carol Ferris read’s from "the Magician" and illuminates the intersection of healing, time, and space, weaving in the mythology of Philemon and Baucis as she and Satya explore the union of opposites with Philemon and Baucis, and Elijah and Salome. Satya tracks the feminine in Jung’s "Red Book" as Baucis stands in the kitchen. Carol discusses the coming into form of the yin yang pair of opposites. Jung asks where does one go to learn magic? Carol incorporates the Six Conformations of Chinese Medicine and Satya discusses the history of Jung’s psychology as it leads to Taoism and the union of the opposites. Satya & Carol discuss the Ego-Self Axis, Jedi’s, the Force, Karate Kid, and the importance of practice in connecting to the divine and the rhizome-like nature of the unconscious. Carol discusses the thinker and magician, David Abram. Carol speaks to the Age of Aquarius, The Great Ages (see chart), and when the “I” becomes “We.” Q&A touches on Tecumseh’s Curse, Baucis in the Kitchen, Jung & Quantum Physics, a return to our animal selves, the etymology of anima, and the somatic of Jungian Psychology.

    Chapter: "The Magician" Pt. 1
    Astrological Charts:
    The Magician January 27, 1914 Learn More:
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    Satya: Quarterlife.org
    Recorded on October 18, 2020

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Nothing Matches the Torment of One’s Own Way

    Nothing Matches the Torment of One’s Own Way

    This episode follows the news of the White House super spreader event and the president and white house staffers testing positive for COVID-19.

    As Jung arrives at the "portal of a great mystery" our hosts explore the various definitions of magic in Jung's Red Book, Satya speaks to Jung’s notion of individuation, the need to relinquish will power in favor of psyche, and the pain of going one’s own way. Ann Carroll speaks to Nietzsche, Will to Power, and Jung’s wrestling with Nietzsche’s “failed individuation." Satya and Carol explore the meaning of the Symbol. Satya reads from Jung’s "Psychological Types" and refers to Gandhi and Mandela’s experiences in prison. Carol shares a "decumbature" chart showing the movement of planets from the 12th House to the 1st in Jung's Chart at "The Way of the Cross." Carol discusses snakes, serpents, incubation dreams, and the image of the snake coming out of the mouth. Carol introduces Shawn Nygaard, an astrologer, to share some thoughts on the images. Satya emphasizes fantasy as Jung’s return to the feminine and offers an analogy of “the crazy girlfriend” as the neglected soul gone crazy
    Chapter: "The Way of the Cross"
    Astrological Charts:
    This episode follows the news of the White House super spreader event and the president and white house staffers testing positive for COVID-19.
    As Jung arrives at the "portal of a great mystery" our hosts explore the various definitions of magic in Jung's Red Book, Satya speaks to Jung’s notion of individuation, the need to relinquish will power in favor of psyche, and the pain of going one’s own way. Ann Carroll speaks to Nietzsche, Will to Power, and Jung’s wrestling with Nietzsche’s “failed individuation." Satya and Carol explore the meaning of the Symbol. Satya reads from Jung’s "Psychological Types" and refers to Gandhi and Mandela’s experiences in prison. Carol shares a "decumbature" chart showing the movement of planets from the 12th House to the 1st in Jung's Chart at "The Way of the Cross." Carol discusses snakes, serpents, incubation dreams, and the image of the snake coming out of the mouth. Carol introduces Shawn Nygaard, an astrologer, to share some thoughts on the images. Satya emphasizes fantasy as Jung’s return to the feminine and offers an analogy of “the crazy girlfriend” as the neglected soul gone crazy
    Chapter: "The Way of the Cross"
    Astrological Charts:
     The Way of the Cross, Jung: January 27, 1914
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    Salome Institute: SalomeInstitute.com
    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org

    Recorded on October 4, 2020
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    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org

    Recorded on October 4, 2020

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Carl Jung and Rilke on the Future and Fate

    Carl Jung and Rilke on the Future and Fate

    In this episode, Carl Jung is in conversation with his Soul about the gift of magic. Satya Doyle Byock reflects on the uncanny similarity between Jung and Rilke on fate and future, she explores the meaning of Shuddering and Jung’s journey into embodiment through the Grimms’ fairy tale “The Youth Who Goes off in Search of Fear.” Carol Ferris explores Jung's many paintings in this section, hexagram 38 of the I Ching, the symbolism of snake bites, the Greek Moirai, Anthropos, and astrologer Liz Greene. Ann Caroll provides a translation for “Solace” and a discussion of comfort which leads to a new reading of this chapter. Q&A explores potentiality, the Gospel of Thomas, Yoda and The Force, Stanislav Grof, and the tools of Magic.

    Chapter: “The Gift of Magic”
    Astrological Horoscopes for Episode 24

    Jung: Magic: 2020
    The Gift of Magic
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    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org
    Recorded September 27, 2020

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Prophecy & The Coming New Religion

    Prophecy & The Coming New Religion

    Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris read this chapter in call and response fashion. Carol discusses the similarity of our time to Jung’s and reads from Paul Shepard's "Nature and Madness." Both accompany Jung into the complexities of maturation and psychological adulthood. Satya discusses her manuscript on Quarterlife, and Jungian psychology for younger adults. She also reads Max Zeller’s dream of the 600-year-coming religion and Jung's thoughts.
    Chapter: "The Three Prophecies"
    Astrological Charts:
    Three Prophecies
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    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org
    Recorded September 20, 2020

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Parsifal Got Out of the Wasteland by Uniting Left and Right

    Parsifal Got Out of the Wasteland by Uniting Left and Right

    Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris discuss the Union of the Opposites within Jungian Psychology. Carol explores Parsifal and the Wasteland at length and how it relates to Jung’s journey. Ann Carroll explores the gender translation in this chapter. The image of Atmaviktu shows up, a many-armed dragon creature and symbol of God. Carol discusses the 12th house and Jupiter. Q&A explores racism, projection, and cleansing with dirt.
    Chapter: "Nox Quarta"
    Astrological Charts:
    Nox Quarta
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    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org
    Recorded August 30, 2020

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Madness, Neptune, Nietzsche & The Collective Unconscious

    Madness, Neptune, Nietzsche & The Collective Unconscious

    Chapter: "Nox Tertia"
    Astrological Charts:
    Nox Tertia Horoscope
     
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    Salome Institute: SalomeInstitute.com
    Carol: CarolFerrisAstrology.com
    Satya: Quarterlife.org
    Recorded August 23, 2020

    • 59 min

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