In this podcast, we focus on animals as symbols of instincts that have often been repressed in order to conform to cultural norms.
The experience of motherhood evokes powerful feelings, ranging from joy and bonding to anger and rejection.
The pressure to conform to familial and cultural values provides guidelines for each new generation – and can also stifle the uniqueness necessary not only to the individual but to family and cultural health.
Jung pioneered the technique of active imagination, a process by which the ego engages with imagery and content generated by the unconscious.
Why do Jungians care about fairy tales?
Synchronicity is one of Jung’s most intriguing ideas — and one of the most difficult to understand. Jung coined the term to refer to coincidences that feel charged with emotion and meaning.
How can we understand vampires psychologically, and what does their tremendous popularity tell us about our culture?