Tag Archive: Murray Stein

Comments from “How the End of the World Grips Our Soul” Seminar Participants

Maya

We would like to thank all of those who joined our very intriguing seminar on November 29th about the impending end of the world controversy. Nancy Swift Ferlotti, Murray Stein, and Karen Jironet all gave wonderful presentations and insight into the Maya and their culture. We invite all those who attended to leave comments and…

Jung’s Betrayal of Father Victor White (Catholic Priest)

Image via Wikipedia This week’s blog is the conclusion of Murray Stein’s lecture on Betrayal, given at Jungian Odyssey 2010.  In it he looks at the intense friendship and later dramatic breakup of Carl Jung and Father Victor White. If you watch the performance of The Jung-White Letters (now available on DVD), featuring Paul Brutsche…

Betrayal: A Way to Wisdom? -by Murray Stein

Betrayal is a hard topic to look at and hold onto for any length of time.  It engenders some  of our most intense emotions.  In this week’s blog, Murray Stein dives into the Christian Scripture and how it deals with betrayal in the Book of Job and the Gospel story.  The following is an excerpt…

Sizing up a Client’s Inner Potential in the First Encounter

In Today’s blog Dr.  Murray Stein describes some of what’s going through a Jungian clinician’s mind in the first encounter with another… When Jungian psychotherapists face patients for the first time, they try to size them up. One listens to that first outpouring of narrative, of confession or complaint, with an ear cocked to tone….

In What Spirit Are You Living?: Jung’s “Spirit of the Times” vs “Spirit of the Depths”…

In the first section of Carl Jung’s Red Book he dives into the question of how he is living his life.  He feels torn between two powerful forces within his soul.  He calls them “the Spirit of the Times” & “the Spirit of the Depths”.   In this 3 minute video blog Dr. Murray Stein describes…

Can the Individual be Harmonized within a Disturbed Collective?

Dr. Murray Stein out of Zurich looks at how an individual person’s ability to align themselves within the collective can effect not only that person, but communities around them.