Douglas F. Williamson replied to Willi Paul's discussion “Neighborhood Mythology Program” – A Curriculum Vision by Willi Paul, CommunityAlchemy.com in New Global Mythology
"Hard to do experiential learning in an online environment. Although, people can have tasks that would allow them to go and have experiences, sort of like an artist's date. Online storytelling is an interesting concept too. Expand."
Apr 30, 2015
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Willi Paul's discussion “Neighborhood Mythology Program” – A Curriculum Vision by Willi Paul, CommunityAlchemy.com in New Global Mythology
"Looks fantastic, Willi. I'd love to implement such a thing with neighbors, should ever I find myself in a neighborhood with folks who would be available to such an idea. At the moment, I don't think I live in a community that could muster enough…"
Apr 30, 2015
Douglas F. Williamson left a comment for Willi Paul
"Hi Willi,
I attended your discussion group a few weeks ago and am interested in exploring mythology and narrative for guiding people to create their own new myths and utopic visions that fit in with sustainability paradigms, specifically with the…"
Jan 9, 2015
Douglas F. Williamson left a comment for Jean Hamilton-Fford
"Thanks for connecting, Jean! Great description. I hope we'll find some points of connection in here.
All the best from Costa Rica,
Douglas"
Dec 18, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion myth quotation by Hillman in Certified Applied Mythologists
"Point taken. I do think the mythic perspective is a valuable one. You don't have to sell me on that. It seems to me that concurrent study of mythology along with scientific exploration would be very useful."
Oct 15, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion myth quotation by Hillman in Certified Applied Mythologists
"I have heard much harsher words used about the man, whatever you think of his writing and thought.
In my intro to Ecopsych course, we read a wonderful Hillman article about the animal soul. It was an amazing piece of writing.
Still, you didn't…"
Oct 14, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion myth quotation by Hillman in Certified Applied Mythologists
"What do you think, Craig? I'm always a bit opposed to statements of such confidence. Nice quote though."
Oct 14, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Craig Chalquist, PhD's discussion Quick update in Certified Applied Mythologists
"Thanks, Craig. I'm hoping to have some time this weekend to get back into it. I've been swamped. What's the myth about the guy being too busy to move? Ha!
On another note, I was discussing with my art therapy group certain narrative structures and…"
Oct 10, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Travis Rios's discussion Orpheus and Eurydice in Certified Applied Mythologists
"Heavy stuff, Travis. Thanks for sharing that. Sounds like your lady could use some grief work Macy style. Might help you get to a better place. Or maybe she's just not able to internalize the message. Either way, sorry to hear about it. Breaking up…"
Oct 10, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Overeating, mega consuming myth in Certified Applied Mythologists
"Thanks, Deborah. I agree with you. I have been meaning to read the Grimm Bros in the original. My German is good enough. This gives me more motivation. I think Craig's suggestion really hit my image on the head, but I like yours a lot too. I was…"
Oct 9, 2014
Deborah Tallarico replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Overeating, mega consuming myth in Certified Applied Mythologists
"I just searched for fairy tales related to gluttony. Grimm's 'Hansel and Gretel' and 'Little Red Cap' came up.  Also, I've been reading Artemis by Jean Shinoda Bolen lately and found this quote earlier today that I really like..."Wilderness beauty…"
Oct 8, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Bonnie Bright's discussion Storytelling and Harmonious Dwelling: The Role of Fairy Tales in Environmental Education in Ecopsychology
"I'll travel with that show!"
Oct 7, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Draft-final proposal for course in ARCHIVED—Certificate in Applied Mythology Group - 2014
"Thanks, Michael! I have appreciated your participation and engagement as well!"
Oct 2, 2014
Michael D'Aloisio replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Draft-final proposal for course in ARCHIVED—Certificate in Applied Mythology Group - 2014
"Hi Douglas,
I agree with Shana - your paper and the work you are doing is very inspiring - I have appreciated your comments as well during the webinars - Thank you.  "
Oct 1, 2014
Douglas F. Williamson replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Overeating, mega consuming myth in Certified Applied Mythologists
"The Depth Psychology Alliance has awarded me a Certificate in Applied Mythology. Earlier today I was writing automatically about human overconsumption and the image of an obese man stuffing his face insatiably came into my mind. Here is a related…"
Oct 1, 2014
Craig Chalquist, PhD replied to Douglas F. Williamson's discussion Overeating, mega consuming myth in Certified Applied Mythologists
"Erysichthon."
Oct 1, 2014
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  • Hi Doug! What brings you to the group? How can we support your work in mythology? Regards, Willi

  • Thanks Douglas!!! Greetings from the UK. 

  • Greetings Douglas and a belated welcome to the online depth psychology community. It's great you've found us! 

    As you may know, we are fast approaching 3500 members from all over the world. I hope as you have explored the community a bit you have noticed what a dynamic group of like-minded people are here, all who are deeply drawn by the field of depth psychology. While there are many Jungian analysts and clinical psychologists here, our members come from many walks of life--artists, writers, doctors, healing professionals, counselors, students, business people, etc--so there is much cross-disciplinary knowledge and experience here to be shared.

    I see that you have already put up a photo of yourself and are involved in Bonnie's Ecopsychology Group! I look forward to reading your posts, any blogs, and other contributions that you will make here.

    Here are a few quick links to front page items that may be of interest to you. The Multimedia Library contains talks, videos and articles that may be of interest to you. The Depth Insights e-zine has articles, poetry, and images from past issues. And, then we have the Events page which contains calls for papers, upcoming conferences, and workshops. If you are wanting or needing a push with your writing, I offer free daily writing prompts that you might find helpful.

    You can also weigh in on the weekly depth discussions by clicking the image and quote at the top of the home page. And here's a link to help you navigate the site for your convenience.

    Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you around the community.

     

    Best Regards,

    Donna May, Board Member

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