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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carl Jung. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carl Jung, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Carl Jung. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Carl Jung, often where they are interviewed.

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Carl Jung Psychology [Shadow Integration, Red Book, Collective Unconscious & Archetypes] w/ Uberboyo

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Your Mate Tom talks to Uberboyo about Carl Jung, the collective unconscious, archetypes, shadow work and the infamous red book.

0:00 Intro

3:12 S’goin on boyo?

4:10 Why Carl Jung?

8:19 Jordan Peterson popularises Jung again

9:20 Who is Carl Jung and why is he so important in psychology? [Jungian Psychology 101]

16:34 Dreaming consciousness Vs “normal” consciousness

21:22 Facing the Unconscious and healing hidden parts of the human psyche (PTSD & Depression)

34:49 Beware of the Red Book & psychedelics, start with the personal stuff first (beware of unearned wisdom)

37:33 Facing the shadow archetype

39:52 How to develop your imaginative mind for authentic creativity

42:16 Why Carl Jung was afraid to write the Red Book & Schizophrenia

44:22 Modern society and the undeniable feeling of an upcoming war & chaos

46:56 Practical methods of integrating the Shadow, Left Vs Right Brain & neuroscience

1:01:26 The ANIMA / ANIMUS, the MUSE and Mental GENDER

1:09:18 The “Reddit” Personality (arrogant unoriginal left brain unintegrated critic)

1:11:34 Can facing the shadow be dangerous, or is it Saul Goodman?

1:16:05 The Vegan Shadow (psychological dark side of veganism)

1:30:34 The Modern Meat Eater Shadow

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Sep 24 2020 · 1hr 41mins
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#698 An Introduction to The Work of Carl Jung with Gary Bobroff M.A.

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Gary S. Bobroff is the author of Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung (Acrturus Books, London 2020).  He is the founder of Jungian Online and JUNG Archademy and the developer and facilitator of Archetypal Nature.  He has an MA in Jungian-oriented Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and a BA from the University of British Columbia, Canada.
May 21 2020 · 1hr 14mins
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Episode 73: Carl Jung and the Power of Art, Part One

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This is the first of two conversations that Phil and JF are devoting to C. G. Jung's seminal essay, "On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry," first delivered in a 1922 lecture. It was in this text that Jung most clearly distilled his thoughts on the power and function of art. In this first part, your hosts focus their energies on Jung's puralistic style, opposing it not just to Freud's monism (which Jung critiques in the paper) but also to the monism of those other two "masters of suspicion," Marx and Nietzsche. For Jung, art is not a branch of psychology, economics, philosophy, or science. It constitutes its own sphere, and non-artists who would investigate the nature of art would do well to respect the line that art has drawn in the sand. Weird Studies listenters will know this line as the boundary between the general and the specific, the common and the singular, the mundane and the mystical...

REFERENCES

C. G. Jung, "On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry"
Joshua Gunn, Modern Occult Rhetoric: Mass Media and the Drama of Secrecy in the Twentieth Century
Peter Kingsley, Catafalque: Carl Jung and the End of Humanity
Sigmund Freud, Austrian psychologist
Kinka Usher (director), Mystery Men
Theodor Adorno, “Bach Defended Against his Devotees”
Aleister Crowley, English magician
C. G. Jung, The Red Book: Liber Novus
Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth
C. G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections
C. G. Jung, The Portable Jung
Friedrich Nietzsche, "On the Use and Abuse of History for Life" in: Untimely Meditations
Weird Studies, episode 49: Nietzsche on History
Weird Studies, episode 70: Masks All the Way Down, with James Curcio
Christian Kerslake, Deleuze and the Unconscious
Joshua Ramey, The Hermetic Deleuze: Philosophy and Spiritual Ordeal
Paul Ricoeur, French philosopher
Rudolph Steiner, Austrian esotericist

May 13 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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Carl Jung Part 1 (History and Archetypes) with Lee Adams Episode #118

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“Carl Jung Part 1: History and Archetypes” Episode #118
Today we sit down with our buddy and friend of the show Lee Adams who studies and researches Carl Jung in school. We will discuss Jung's early life and history. Lee also does his best to breakdown Jung's archetypes.

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Mar 25 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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Carl Jung, Sychronicity And More With Laura London

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https://www.lightingthevoid.com
Live Weeknights Mon-Fri 9 pm, Pacific
On The Fringe FM
https://thefringe.fm

Laura London studied experimental psychology at the University of Washington in Seattle and earned her degree in neuropsychology from John Carroll University in Cleveland.
After working in the fields of neurology, neuroimaging and nuclear medicine, she entered into a lengthy analysis which led her to delve deeply into the work of Carl Gustav Jung. She attended a wide variety of lectures and workshops with notable Jungian analysts and authors and worked closely with the Jung Association of Central Ohio and the C.G. Jung Center in Chicago.
Laura is an avid practitioner of Transcendental Meditation and Kundalini Yoga, and has been a student of astrology for over 20 years. After receiving extensive training in remote viewing from a prominent member of the US government's StarGate program, she worked briefly for a time as an operational remote viewer. Recently, she spent three years traveling with Tibetan Buddhist monks on the Mystical Arts of Tibet tour and is an avid supporter of Drepung Loseling Monastery in South India.
She is the creator and host of the podcast, Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts, which led her to Zürich, Switzerland, to visit the places where Jung lived and worked. Her hope is to bring the theories and applications of Jungian analysis to a wider segment of the public. Laura is an avid traveler with a wide range of interests including the space program and NFL football. Her website, All Things Bill Belichick, was created in 2000.

https://speakingofjung.com/

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Dj By Steezy Stevie
Mar 16 2020 · 2hr 54mins
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Carl Jung & Individuation – Dr Kevin Lu, PhD

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In this lecture, we will look at Jung’s theory of individuation, where he maps out a path of psychological personality development that, ideally, culminates in greater self-knowledge. Intricately linked to this process is a gradual unfolding of the archetypal Self, which can be understood as an ideal image that both drives and is the end goal of individuation.

While this lecture seeks to provide an in-depth introduction to this central concept in Jung’s psychology, we will also ask some important critical questions: Is individuation an elitist endeavour? Can individuation be achieved without being in relationship to others? Most importantly, is individuation, as Jung conceived it, still possible in our hi-tech and digitally connected world?

Dr Kevin Lu, PhD, is Director of Graduate Studies and Director of the MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies in the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. He is a former member of the Executive Committee of the International Association for Jungian Studies.

Dr. Lu’s publications include articles and chapters on Jung’s relationship to the discipline of history, critical assessments of the theory of cultural complexes, and Jungian perspectives on graphic novels and their adaptation to film.

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Mar 15 2020 · 1hr 47mins
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Coffee With The Man: Manly P. Hall, Dr. Carl Jung and the Flying Saucers - Manly P Hall Audio Lecture

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We will be posting Manly P Hall Lectures for further learning and understanding of occult/esoteric concepts and ideas. These talks are long and detailed and require further study for full understanding.

Rare audio recording of Manly P. Hall's lecture on Dr. Carl Jung's book about the flying saucer phenomenon. Recorded in Los Angeles on August 30, 1959. Original Title: "Flying Saucers: An Analysis of Jung's Recent Book" Please Note: The audio quality is rough at first, but clears up dramatically after about 6 minutes.
Manly Palmer Hall (March 18, 1901 – August 29, 1990) was a Canadian-born author, lecturer, astrologer and mystic. He is best known for his 1928 work The Secret Teachings of All Ages. Over his 70 year career, he gave thousands of lectures, including two at Carnegie Hall, and published over 150 volumes. In 1934, he founded The Philosophical Research Society in Los Angeles, which he dedicated to the "Truth Seekers of All Time", with a research library, lecture hall and publishing house.

We will continue to post them if you, the listeners, want more of them. Happy listening!

Feb 09 2020 · 1hr 34mins
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#246 Carl Jung's NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS (1987)

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EPISODE #246-- Today we're joined by metal man, Eric Bryan of Anger as Art, to talk NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS from 1987. It's perfectly fine! We also talk about SCHOOL OF THE HOLY BEAST, THE RED SHOES, and ATTACK OF THE CLONES Quality Pictures, all. Donate to the cause at Patreon.com/Quality. Follow James on Twitter @kislingtwits and on Instagram @kislingwhatsit or on gildedterror.blogspot.com. You can watch Cruz and show favorite Alexis Simpson on You Tube in "They Live Together." Thanks to our artists Julius Tanag (http://www.juliustanag.com) and Sef Joosten (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). Next week: THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS (1966).  #horror #franchise #80sFilms #FinalGirls #Freddy #sequels

Feb 04 2020 · 1hr 35mins
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A Trip Into The Soul, The Desert, And Hell W/ Carl Jung -Liber Novus

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Tonight the Rev. Dan Lopez and the Nightstocker joins us to go on a deep and dark journey into Liber Novus..The Red Book of Carl Jung as he traverses his depths to find answers in the deepest parts of his subconscious and the spirit world. This is our first part of the reading series.

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Guitar By: Bundy
Jan 17 2020 · 2hr 3mins
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The Archetypes of Confucius and Carl Jung • Pia Giammasi • Qi120

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Archetypes are deep influences that all humans share. They give us a glimpse into the complicated landscape of our psyche. They can live in the light or influence from the dark. Carl Jung had a lot to say about our intrapsychic world, how these influences are shared across culture and time, and how they manifest in personal and societal behavior. And while they are separated by the distance of culture and thousands of years Confucius had a lot to say that rhymes with the Jungian ideas on Being, Doing, Thinking and Feeling.

Listen into this conversation with a translator of Buddhist texts who also has a background in Chinese medicine for a discussion on the similarities in outlook between these two great influencers and thinkers.

Head on over to the show notes page for more information about this episode and for links to the resources discussed in the interview. 

Jan 07 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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