Towards the Hermeneutics of Culture
(Inspired from the essays of: Karin Barnaby and Pellegrino D'Acerino in C. G. Jung and the Humanities: Toward a Hermeneutics of Culture)
The coming of age of the archetypal movement
through its convergence with postmodern thought
along with a commensurate insistence on Jung’s
transpersonal psychology or
the psychology of the unconscious.
OBJECTIVE: To bring together a cultural movement that criticizes Capitalism and Postmodernism utilizing the penetrating p
I work with story structure, image, and language. I thought you might be interested in my use of creative metaphor to contain, express, and transform negative emotions. I hope you find this post useful.
Juliet Bruce, Ph.D.
The actor Liev Schreiber received wonderful reviews for his portrayal of the evil trickster Iago in the NY Public Theatre’s 2001 production of Othello.
"...audiences couldn't ask for a more captivating creator of chaos than the Iago of L
from Re-Imagining Mary by Mariann Burke
I had never felt much attraction to the Sorrowing Mary until I visited Sicily. Here the Holy Week festivities have as much to do with Mary, it seems, as with Jesus. This is probably true since in Sicily the Earth Goddess Demeter is very much present in Mary.
One senses that Demeter’s journey to the depths of the earth in search of her child strongly parallels Mary’s search and Mary’s sorrow. Demeter was a fe
Patricia Laperal, a psychologist hired to study effects of images on “content reviewers,” told the Times the results of her research
Ms. Laperal… reached some unsettling conclusions in her interviews with content moderators. Sh
Six weeks ago I had a truly trans formative experience. Currently my primary career is as CPA. One afternoon I delivered tax returns to a client who is 85. Her best friend of 60 plus years had just died after a long illness.
We sat at her kitchen table and I explained the returns and showed her where to sign. She then began telling me about her friend and their friendship. At first my reaction was to pull in and I thought to myself "ohhhhh boy, how long am I going to have to sit here an
We all seem to walk around with a supreme underlying fantasy controlling our lives. It’s the idea that we know what just what the hell we’re talking about. Nowhere else is this more apparent than in the discussion of God.
For starters, let us begin with a few other words that share similar confusion. Popular culture uses the word ‘myth’ in a variety of ways but perhaps it is most prominently called “a false story”. However, noted scholar and profes
Mars Hill Graduate School and Elizabeth Clark Stern present:
OUT OF THE SHADOWS
A Play By Elizabeth Clark Stern
Performance is May 7, 2011 (time and directions below)
The year is 1910. The work of Sigmund Freud, and his heir-apparent, Carl Jung, are transforming the way the world thinks about human nature and the inner recesses of the mind. It is a time of experimentation, expansion, and new frontiers of intellectual power. Into the heart of this world steps a 22 year old woman, a new patient of th
Benefit for The C. G. Jung Society of New Orleans
"Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung"
Produced by The Archetypal Theater Company
Friday, May 20, 2011
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Join us for an evening that includes the Southern premiere of Elizabeth Clark-Stern's play, "Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Ju
So many of the stories that I write, that we all write, are my Mother’s stories. Only recently did I fully realize this: that through years of listening to my mother's stories of her life, I have absorbed not only the stories themselves, but something of the manner in which she spoke, something of the urgency that involves the knowledge that her stories–like her life–must be recorded. –ALICE WALKER
Being a mother is an experience of body and soul whic
Back in night school, in the mid '90s, while pursuing my BA, I took a writing class. The professor used the theme of nature for our writings, and I put together something for one week's assignment. Among others, we read David Abram's 'The Spell of the Sensous.' The web was new and she had us post our writings. Please critique this in the sophomoric vein it was written in... ~ http://www.nyu.edu/classes/keefer/nature/harkins.htm ~ Someday I'll go back and give it the effort it deserves.
I will be presenting a paper entitled "Is There Room for Ruthlessness in Analysis?" at the spring meeting of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in Boulder, CO on April 14th.
The paper is a meditation on the experience of ruthlessness in analysis. Much has been written on the analyst’s experience of the ruthlessness that emerges from the patient’s psyche but little about ruthlessness as a quality possessed by the analyst or reflected in the analyst’s activity.
Often it seems it is
The website for our Archetypes of the Feminine & Masculine is now up. Check us out... www.YourMyth.com Thank you!
I recently signed a contract with Fisher King Press to publish a book titled "Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey." The book is a psychological interpretation of blues music utilizing ideas from Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis. Estimated shipping date is Sept. 1st, 2011. It will be available through Fisher King (fisherkingreview.com), Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.
Deep Blues explores the archetypal journey of the human psyche through an examination of the blues as a m
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Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey by Mark Winborn. Deep Blues explores the archetypal journey of the human psyche through an examination of the blues as a musical genre. The genesis, history, and thematic patterns of the blues are examined fr
Auditory hallucination is common according to Daniel B. Smith. In “Can You Live With the Voices in Your Head?”, Peter D. Kramer’s summary of Smith’s 2007 book, Muses, Madmen, and Prophets: Rethinking the History, Science and Meaning of Auditory Hallucination (Penguin Press), Kramer summarizes Smith’s data. Though many of us in the mainstream associate hearing voices with pathology, 39 percent of healthy volunteers said they had heard their own thoughts aloud. Another 13 percent of those who had
Many of us first discovered Joseph Campbell through the Power of Myth, a documentary series hosted by journalist Bill Moyers, which originally aired in the late 1980’s and has been re-aired many times in subsequent years and is in fact scheduled to reappear on PBS this upcoming summer. His scholarship helped to enlighten a great many of us to a new and more profound way to view mythology and story telling. The work he accomplished in academics, writing, and teaching made important contributions
author of Guilt with a Twist and The Creative Soul
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