Susan A Rowland (Ph.D) replied to Christopher Doggett's discussion Lecture 3  February 16-March 2  begins with Chapter 9, Mysterium Encounter, and includes selections through the end of Liber Primus in ARCHIVED-Red Book Study Group with Jungian Robert Bosnak
"Is the figure identified as "I" in The Red Book really best called "Jung"? After all, in the commentary at the end, the writer speaks of my "I" as a figure (persona) who undergoes much and is transformed by the processes of The Red Book. Just as it…"
Feb 16, 2013
Susan A Rowland (Ph.D) commented on Bonnie Bright's article Bulletin Board
"Position Teaching Jungian/Archetypal Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute
M.A./Ph.D. Depth Psychology Program, Pacifica Graduate Institute: Core Faculty, Jungian and Archetypal Studies specialization This innovative graduate program in depth…"
Feb 15, 2013
Susan A Rowland (Ph.D) left a comment for Colleen Eickholt
"Thank you, Colleen,
I am honored!
See you soon.
Jan 10, 2012
Susan A Rowland (Ph.D) left a comment for Dennis Pottenger
No, I have not heard anything so thank you for alerting me. I would certainly want to follow this up! It must be a child of the mythological Studies team, of whom I am not one. 
Thank you again.
Sep 27, 2011

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  • Hi Susan,
    I wonder, now that you're teaching at Pacifica, if you've heard anything about a conference scheduled for Santa Barbara in Sept 2012.  Pacifica is sponsoring what I think is being called the "Symposium for the Study of Myth."  So glad to have you with us.  Welcome! 

  • Welcome Susan,

    I especially appreciate the desire to re-connect the humanities with the creative imagination.

    My sense of educational directions over the last decade or two has been that there is a slow drift away from the humanities and more time and money spent presenting the "objective" scientific disciplines, often supported as being more practical than the humanities. Introducing the creative imagination within the humanities creates a bridge and, arguably a "reason," for a revisiting of the humanities in education.

    I believe you will find many areas of discussion within the Alliance that touch on and explore active imagination. I look forward to your posts.


  • Hi Susan. Welcome! I'm glad you've found the online depth community.I am familiar with your name and work a bit, especially through IAJS and the annual conference as well as through Pacifica.

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