COALESCING OF AN ENANTIODROMIA
COALESCING OF AN ENANTIODROMIA
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Collective Values In the Cadillac-Ford Ad War
Len Cruz
 

Recent advertisements by Cadillac and Ford caught my attention partly because when advertisers begin waging ad wars like these, there are reasons to…

Bud Harris
Dying into Life
Posted 129 days ago

By Bud Harris Ph.D. and Massimilla Harris Ph.D.

“Does our essence live on after death?” was a compelling question asked during the Asheville Jung Center’s webinar on “Re-visioning the Dead, Alive…

Dying into Life
Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
Posted 153 days ago

Further Reflections on "Rilke: Poetry and Alchemy
Len Cruz
If I Ain’t Jungian
(Adapted by Len Cruz with permission from If I Ain’t African by Glenis Redmond.  Her poem is printed below.)
If I ain’t…

Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian
The Entangled State of God and Humanity
The Entangled State of God and Humanity
Posted 260 days ago

Peter B. Todd
(Author: The Individuation of God) 

Click Here to Watch a Video interview with Peter Todd

(Click Here for the Full 45 Minute Video)

Contributions from archetypal depth psychology, quantum physics…

The Entangled State of God and Humanity
Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair
Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair
Posted 269 days ago

Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair

Len Cruz, MD, ME

“The more I am spent, ill, a broken pitcher, by so much more am I an artist.”      - Vincent van Gogh

On Saturday…

Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair
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COALESCING OF AN ENANTIODROMIA

Collective Values In the Cadillac-Ford Ad War Len Cruz   Recent advertisements by Cadillac and Ford caught my attention partly because when advertisers begin waging ad wars like these, there are reasons to conclude that tow distinct polarities have coalesced in our collective unconscious.[i]  Apple exploiting dystopian view alluding to Orwell’s work reminded me of…

Dying into Life

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By Bud Harris Ph.D. and Massimilla Harris Ph.D. “Does our essence live on after death?” was a compelling question asked during the Asheville Jung Center’s webinar on “Re-visioning the Dead, Alive in the Afterlife” with Jungian analysts, Murray Stein and John Hill. “Is there an afterlife?” and “How should we face death?” are questions that…

Confessions of a Reluctant Jungian

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Further Reflections on “Rilke: Poetry and Alchemy Len Cruz If I Ain’t Jungian (Adapted by Len Cruz with permission from If I Ain’t African by Glenis Redmond.  Her poem is printed below.) If I ain’t Jungian someone tell my soul to stop sounding an ancient meditation bell. If I ain’t Jungian someone tell that woman in…

The Entangled State of God and Humanity

Individuation of God

Peter B. Todd (Author: The Individuation of God)  Click Here to Watch a Video interview with Peter Todd (Click Here for the Full 45 Minute Video) Contributions from archetypal depth psychology, quantum physics and neuroscience elucidate relationships between mind and matter. The published work of C.G. Jung, Wolfgang Pauli, David Bohm and Teilhard de Chardin…

Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair

Of Broken Vessels, Art, and Repair Len Cruz, MD, ME “The more I am spent, ill, a broken pitcher, by so much more am I an artist.”      – Vincent van Gogh On Saturday July 27, 2013 from 12:00-2:00 PM the Asheville Jung Center will be presenting a conference titled, Art and Psyche: A  Jungian Exploration  with Murray Stein, Linda…

Art and Jungian Psychology Poll

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JavaScript needs to be enabled for polling to work. Online Surveys by Constant Contact. Thank you for participating in our poll! Please let us know your thoughts below and for more captivating conversation about the art and Jungian Psychology join us on July 27th for the next installment in our “At Home with Jung: The…

Lifting the Veil: A Book Review

LIFTING THE VEIL Paperback: 160 pages Publisher: Fisher King Press; First edition (June 1, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1926715756     Lifting the Veil is an ambitious effort to describe “how cultural wounds and archetypal defenses of the group spirit, be they Middle East or of the Western powers, add to the spirit of the age…

Poll: Archetypal Significance of Diminishing Water Resources

JavaScript needs to be enabled for polling to work. Online Surveys by Constant Contact. Thank you for participating in our poll! For more captivating conversation about the importance of water join us on April 4th for the next installment in our EcoPsychology series titled Elixir of Life: The Flowing Waters of our Soul and of…

Jung, Izdubar, and Enantiodromion

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By Dr. Curtiss Hoffman A Response to “Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration”, an excerpt by Dr. Murray Stein from AJC #10: Carl Jung’s Red Book On the topic of Izdubar, back in 1914, when Akkadian (the language of the Gilgamesh Epic) was only beginning to be well known to scholars, and the much older Sumerian…

Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration

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An excerpt by Murray Stein, Ph.D. from AJC10: Carl Jung’s Red Book [Join us in our 4th Seminar on Carl Jung's Redbook, Presented this time by Curtis Hoffman] The first part of Carl Jung’s Red Book was more about separation, in the second part Jung begins integrating several important things.  You could also refer to…