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.
Walter Bosley is a former counterintelligence agent-turned-researcher who now scrutinizes the classified manned space program. He has been employed by the FBI, is an inactive reserve officer in the United States Air Force for which he served as a Special Agent of the AFOSI (that's the Air Force Office of Special Investigations) and, following his military service, spent six years as a counterterrorism operational consultant.
Jungian analyst and professor of philosophy and religion Dr. Jenny Yates joins us from the University of North Carolina Wilmington to discuss her books, Psyche & the Split-Brain, Jung on Death & Immortality, and The Near-Death Experience
Author and broadcaster Whitley Strieber joins us to discuss his latest book, Jesus: A New Vision
Perils of the Soul
Jungian analyst John Ryan Haule, Ph.D. returns for the second episode in this series to discuss his book, Perils of the Soul: Ancient Wisdom & the New Age, C.G. Jung, gnosticism, shamanism, Dr. John Mack, alien abductions, hypnosis, racism, and a whole lot more
Diana Walsh Pasulka
Religious studies professor Diana Walsh Pasulka, Ph.D. joins us from the University of North Carolina Wilmington to discuss her books, Heaven Can Wait: Purgatory in Catholic Devotional & Popular Culture and American Cosmic: UFOs, Technology, Religion
John Ryan Haule
Jungian analyst and author John Ryan Haule, Ph.D. joins us from Boston to discuss his spiritual experience, how he became interested in Jung, his dissertation on Heidegger, and one of his early books, The Ecstasies of St. Francis: The Way of Lady Poverty, which explores narcissism from a creative and transformative perspective.
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.