A series of podcasts that explains Jung's Psychology, starting with an overview of the psyche.
JUNG PODCAST #4 Projection, Shadow, Anima, Animus
In this episode, I review the concept of projection and examine three core archetypes of the psyche, that of the Shadow, the Anima, and the Animus. For comments and questions about this episode, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through my website at www.jungian.ca
JUNG PODCAST #5-PERSONA-1
In this episode I cover the archetype of the Persona as well as begin to address the issue of what a symbol is.
JUNG PODCAST #6 Persona - 2
This episode is part 2 of the Persona
JUNG PODCAST # 7 Dreams-1
In this episode I introduce a Jungian approach to dream interpretation. The focus of this episode is the issue of sleep and why we should interpret dreams at all. For more on this topic, including references, please see my webpage at www.jungian.ca
JUNG PODCAST #8 DREAMS-2
In this, the second episode that deals with dreams, we begin with
practical approaches to dream recall. Mention is also made of useful
ideas about sleep hygiene techniques you can use to aid sleep. Types of
dreams that we may have are explained, including traumatic, childhood,
recurrent and prospective. The vast majority of dreams we have are
compensatory or complementary. Finally we examine those dreams that
cause us to feel ashamed or embarassed - nasty dreams in which we do
things that we find objectionable.
JUNG PODCAST #9 DREAMS-3
This is the third part of a Jungian Approach to Dream Interpretation. In this episode we deal with the types of compensatory dreams we may have and examine the critical issue of whether to take an objective interpretation to the dream, or a subjective interpretation. www.jungian.ca
I wish there was more to listen to and enjoy. This guy is brilliant, and he is good at communicating complex Jungian thought. Brilliant!
Podcasts cut out before they are done
All the podcasts cut out before they are done!
But really cool to listen too
The most interesting podcast of consistently high quality
This is the most interesting podcast I ever listened to. Consistently high in quality, it goes on to show the depth of expertise the author developed in Jungian psychology. Jungian teachings are sometimes inaccessible because of many interpretations and resources sometimes dilluting Jung's message.
The only problem is that the podcast is discontinued :). It would be great if author created more episodes delving into specific applications in mental health, relating Jung's insights to specific distortions in ego functions leading to personality disorders, for examples.
Two thumbs up! This is one of those marvellous things that hardly anyone heard of. Spread the word!