A unique podcast exploring the life and work of C.G. Jung through in-depth discussions with certified Jungian Analysts. Created and hosted by Laura London in Chicago.
Craig Stephenson joins us from Lisbon, Portugal to discuss his work as both an academic scholar and a Jungian analyst, and his books, Ages of Anxiety, Anteros, Jung & Moreno, On Psychological & Visionary Art, Possession, and the forthcoming The Correspondence of Victoria Ocampo, Count Keyserling, & C.G. Jung
The Way of What is to Come
Jungian analyst and author of Jung's Map of the Soul Dr. Murray Stein returns to discuss The Real BTS Dinner Party, followed by a spirited discussion with Jungian analyst Dr. Melissa Werner and BTS ARMY Help Center counselor Tiffany Helton.
Clinical psychologist and Jungian analyst candidate-in-training Shin-Ichiro Otsuka, Ph.D. joins us from Kobe, Japan to discuss his Japanese translation of the book, Map of the Soul: 7 – Persona, Shadow & Ego in the World of BTS by Jungian analyst Murray Stein, Ph.D. with psychiatrists Steven Buser, M.D. and Leonard Cruz, M.D.
Jungian analyst and psychiatrist John Beebe, M.D. joins us from San Francisco to discuss the new edition in the Philemon Series: Jung's Lectures Delivered at ETH Zurich, Volume 2: Consciousness and the Unconscious
Jungian analyst and psychological astrologer Kiyomi Hirose joins us from Fukuyama, Japan to discuss her English translation of the book, The Code of Laozi: A Gate for the Great Tao – The Ultimate Principle of Sexuality Hidden in Laozi's Teaching
Jungian analyst Royce Froehlich, Ph.D. joins us from New York City to discuss the paper he presented at the 2016 IAAP Congress in Kyoto, Japan: C.G. Jung, Disindividuation, Media: Effects of Communication Technology on the Human Psyche
Excellent quality interviews. Easy to listen to and highly educational. In a word brilliant!
Really excellent quality interviews. Very easy to listen to. Laura has a great way of listening intently and bringing out the best in each interviewee. Great the way she asks every person to explain exactly what they mean, for example what is an archytype? Most psychologists use terms/language and assume that everyone understands. A great educational facility. Thanks Laura, keep up the great work, Pearse.
Wonderful and often unpredictable interviews with deeply interesting and thoughtful practitioners. One never knows where each conversation will go and that's half the magic. A wonderful service, indeed gift, to allow us to overhear these conversations. Honest, raw, and provocative questions result in deeply sincere interviews. Such wisdom and wit, such spellbinding opening of worlds, of the world. I want this podcast to never end. Thank you for this extraordinary gift.