This Jungian Life Podcast

A podcast by Joseph Lee, Lisa Marchiano, & Deb Stewart - Joi


318 Episoade

  1. VULGARITY: What's Its True Power?

    Publicat: 28.03.2024
  2. Ronnie Landau: Unpacking Allegations, Was Jung Antisemitic?

    Publicat: 21.03.2024
  3. THREE LITTLE PIGS SYNDROME: Is it better to flee or be the big bad wolf?

    Publicat: 14.03.2024
  4. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF STRIFE: What Lies Beneath Our Conflicts?

    Publicat: 07.03.2024
  5. ROBERT HOPCKE: Did Jung understand gay identity?

    Publicat: 29.02.2024
  6. THE VITAL SPARK: Reclaim Your Outlaw Energies and Find Your Feminine Fire.

    Publicat: 22.02.2024
  7. UNREQUITED LOVE: Can Eros be revived?

    Publicat: 15.02.2024
  8. THE LAST AWAKENING: Death Anxiety and Its Role in Psychological Transformation

    Publicat: 08.02.2024
  9. SPEAKING TRUTH: Is it Venom or a Cure?

    Publicat: 01.02.2024
  10. Promethean Inflation: Will our creations destroy us?

    Publicat: 25.01.2024
  11. Kelly Bulkeley: Is Dreaming the Source of Spirituality?

    Publicat: 18.01.2024
  12. DIVORCE: How can heartbreak lead to transformation?

    Publicat: 11.01.2024
  13. Three Jungians on Psychedelics: Is Tripping a Valid Path of Self-Discovery?

    Publicat: 04.01.2024
  14. FANNY BREWSTER: How can dreams bridge us to ancestors?

    Publicat: 28.12.2023
  15. SOLSTICE: Why is the longest night so magickal?

    Publicat: 21.12.2023
  16. Yascha Mounk: Why Society Crumbles When We Obsess Over Identity

    Publicat: 14.12.2023
  17. SURVIVING MASS TRAUMA: How did Jung process catastrophic events?

    Publicat: 07.12.2023
  18. NIGHTMARES: How do I stop awful dreams?

    Publicat: 30.11.2023

    Publicat: 23.11.2023
  20. DUMBO'S FEATHER: Are there hidden messages in Disney cartoons?

    Publicat: 16.11.2023

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Eavesdrop on three Jungian analysts as they engage in lively, sometimes irreverent conversations about a wide range of topics as they share what it’s like to see the world through the depth psychological lens provided by Carl Jung. Half of each episode is spent discussing a dream submitted by a listener.

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