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Jungian Psychologist

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Latest 16 Jun 2021 | Updated Daily

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*BEST OF THE PODCAST* Your Unconscious, Your Ego, & You with Jungian Psychologist Gary Bobroff

The Better You with Kacie Main

In this episode, we talk Jungian psychological insight into our unconscious, and knowing and embracing our archetypes. Gary S. Bobroff is the author of Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung (2020) and Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine (2014). 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.  In this episode, we discuss: ·      A brief history of Carl Jung – his work, his contribution to psychology, and his influence on our culture. ·      The human psyche and the different views – or definitions – of it. ·      Our egos and how they can be under-developed or over-developed. ·      How we need a strong sense of self in order to grow. ·      Archetypal principles and where they exist in our culture and our psyches. ·      Four common personality archetypes and their different characteristics. ·      Whether we should try to enhance each archetype within us or settle for being in one or two. ·      How to identify our archetype and how to look at other archetypes to further our own growth. ·      How we can get trapped trying to live in a different archetype because that’s what we think we are supposed to be. ·      How understanding the different archetypes can help in relationships, especially family. ·      And how archetypes impact dating and relationships. You can find and follow Gary here: GSBobroff.com ArchetypalNature.com Facebook: @ArchetypalNature JungArchademy.com JungianOnline.com Instagram: @JungianOnline Twitter: @JungianOnline Facebook: @JungianOnline Check out his course on Archetypal Nature. His books – Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine Archetypes article I reference in the episode. Please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE, and REVIEW the podcast! Follow the podcast on Instagram @TheBetterYouPodcast or Facebook @TheBetterYouPodcast. And you can email the podcast at TheBetterYouPodcast@gmail.com Follow me on all the socials: Instagram @kaciemain_writes, Facebook @kaciemain.write, or Twitter @kaciemain_write. Find my book – I Gave Up Men for Lent, the story of a jaded, hopelessly romantic, health-conscious party girl’s search for meaning – on Amazon, Kindle, and Audible. And for everything else you want to know about me, visit my website at www.kaciemain.com

1hr 3mins

1 Dec 2020

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Your Unconscious, Your Ego, & You with Jungian Psychologist Gary Bobroff

The Better You with Kacie Main

In this episode, we talk Jungian psychological insight into our unconscious, and knowing and embracing our archetypes. Gary S. Bobroff is the author of Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung (2020) and Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine (2014). 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.  In this episode, we discuss: ·      A brief history of Carl Jung – his work, his contribution to psychology, and his influence on our culture. ·      The human psyche and the different views – or definitions – of it. ·      Our egos and how they can be under-developed or over-developed. ·      How we need a strong sense of self in order to grow. ·      Archetypal principles and where they exist in our culture and our psyches. ·      Four common personality archetypes and their different characteristics. ·      Whether we should try to enhance each archetype within us or settle for being in one or two. ·      How to identify our archetype and how to look at other archetypes to further our own growth. ·      How we can get trapped trying to live in a different archetype because that’s what we think we are supposed to be. ·      How understanding the different archetypes can help in relationships, especially family. ·      And how archetypes impact dating and relationships. You can find and follow Gary here: GSBobroff.com ArchetypalNature.com Facebook: @ArchetypalNature JungArchademy.com JungianOnline.com Instagram: @JungianOnline Twitter: @JungianOnline Facebook: @JungianOnline His books – Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine Archetypes article I reference in the episode. SHOP CLEAN products with DISCOUNTS in my SHOP! Please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE, and REVIEW the podcast! Follow the podcast on Instagram @TheBetterYouPodcast or Facebook @TheBetterYouPodcast. And you can email the podcast at TheBetterYouPodcast@gmail.com Follow me on all the socials: Instagram @kaciemain_writes, Facebook @kaciemain.write, or Twitter @kaciemain_write. Find my book – I Gave Up Men for Lent, the story of a jaded, hopelessly romantic, health-conscious party girl’s search for meaning – on Amazon, Kindle, and Audible. And for everything else you want to know about me, visit my website at www.kaciemain.com Some links are Affiliate links.

1hr 1min

19 May 2020

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#31 - Survival Guide To the Madness: an interview with Jungian Psychologist Nathan Schwartz-Salant

The Happiness Quotient

If you think this episode is making a statement about my personal political preferences with this photo you're HIGHLY mistaken. Like me, if you're actually breathing, you know that the collective consciousness of the US political landscape is deeply divided. What's the old saying? War is not healthy for children and other living things? How does the current political divisiveness affect you? Does it raise your heart rate when you hear the detritus of political squabbling blurt out of your tv or radio? Well, here's a bit of help from a prominent Jungian analyst, Dr. Nathan Schwartz-Salant. Let's call it a modern day survival guide for those of us wondering if there's light at the end of the tunnel. I interviewed him recently asking him to shed some light on the state of affairs, and how we can keep our feet on the ground when it appears that the world has lost its mind.One thing for sure, is that this is a changing time. As Americans look to find suitable candidates to elect as president, our times have become turbulent and divisive. How does all of this impact the individual? Can individuals hold their center together as the world appears to be crumbling around them? This episode is for them, for you, for me!The collective psyche of the American society is fracturing. One needs only to be breathing to see that the divisiveness is completely restructuring who we, as a nation, are becoming. This divisiveness has also caused great internal distress with millions of individuals who are upset by the seemingly senseless actions of not only the president but by the politicians on both the left and the right. This episode is for those people, as well as our many listeners from other countries watching with great interest to the slow motion train wreck.In episode 30 we welcome Dr. Nathan Schwartz-Salant, a prominent Jungian analyst, offers a way for us to 'stand our ground' during these uncertain times, how to embrace the darkness of the collective psyche. His insight and analysis is perfect for  Dr. Schwartz-Salant is a member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology {IAAP} and has been practicing as a Jungian analyst for almost fifty years. His first book, Narcissism and Character Transformation: The Psychology of Narcissistic Character Disorders, published by Inner City Books in 1982, is a classic in the Jungian field. Recently, he contributed the chapter "Healthy Presidential Narcissism: Is That Possible?" for the popular book, A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of Donald Trump, that came out during the 2016 presidential campaign.Thank you to Dr. Schwartz-Salant for your incredible insight and advice to those finding themselves at dis-ease during these maddening times. Music for Episode 30 is by Mild Wild and was found on the free music archive. They can be found at https://soundcloud.com/mildwildmusicFor more about me please visit eyesopenproductions.com and ask to join my mailing list. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thehappinessquotient)

38mins

11 Feb 2020

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#11 Dream Master and Jungian Psychologist, Len Worley, on how to utilize the messages and wisdom of our dreams.

The MAJic Hour

Dream Wizard and Depth Psychologist, Len Worley, takes us on an emotional journey through some of our most impactful dreams. He seamlessly combines science with mythology, deep psychology, and meditative and spiritual practices in order to understand what is at work in our dreams and as a result, cooperate with the evolutionary function of dreaming. In this episode, we learn the specifics on sleep and why it’s so important we get quality and quantity when it comes to snoozing. Len also breaks down the ways in which we can remember and decipher our dreams and then how to apply their messages and wisdom to our lives! This episode was beautifully enlightening and held so much powerful new knowledge for us. We hope you find it as MAJical as we did! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-majic-hour/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

1hr 28mins

2 Jan 2019

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#5 Mind bending in the Matrix with Jungian Psychologist, & Psychedelic expert: Erick Godsey.

The MAJic Hour

Erick Godsey has spent the better part of his young life studying Philosophy, Psychonautics, and a wide range of Psychology. He’s made it his mission to seek out and scientifically study the stories that heal people. Through his works on how to heal a traumatic past and how to create the future you want, he’s formulated an extremely articulate way of relaying his findings to the world. We explore the ways in which he’s creating his own ideal reality, through conscious chaos and the inevitable after mass of expanding and evolving that come with it. He holds nothing back as we sort through his perspective when it comes to open relationships, analyzing our most intimate of dreams, and giving in to our deepest, darkest sexual fantasies. Erick has experimented extensively with psychedelics, currently having just exceeded a whole year of weekly microdosing with LSD. In this episode, he describes his experiences with everything from Shrooms, to Ayahuasca, Hauchuma, and even Vilca (known as the most mind bending plant medicine). He also breaks down the Microdosing basics and the ways in which it’s affected his life, including both the positive and negative side effects. Stay tuned, this episodes will quite literally melt your brain before rewiring it for the better... Show- @themajichour Hosts - @mercedesterrell & @thejadebryce Guest- @erickgodsey Producer- @redfoxaudio Music- @raytoneroyal Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-majic-hour/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands

2hr 10mins

14 Nov 2018

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Mind Meld 64 | Emanations From the Unconscious with Jungian Psychologist Dr. Michael Daine

THIRD EYE DROPS

CROWD-SPONSOR THIRD EYE DROPS, GET REWARDS and PAY-OFF KARMIC DEBT on PATREON Dr. Michael Daine is a licensed Psychologist and former Assistant Director at the C.G. Jung Institute of Houston. His philosophy and practice a synthesis of myth, mysticism and modern medicine that focuses on inward-facing work. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY EAT DREAM BE DREAM BARS! GET 20% OFF AND INITIATE YOUR DREAM PRACTICE HERE! 

1hr 22mins

29 Jun 2017