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Online Video Courses
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Living an Examined Life: 21 Strategies for a Richer Journey ~ Jungian analyst Dr. James Hollis covers the role our history plays in our present choices, the driving engines in our patterns, and how we may go about gaining a greater measure of consciousness and sovereignty in our lives. We will also explore the development of a deeper accountability for how our lives are turning out.
Tracking the Gods: The Movement of Archetypal Powers in Our Time ~ Jungian analyst Dr. James Hollis says when Jung talks of ‘the gods’ he sees them as the personification of archetypal energies. Those forces are timeless and course through all of us, so when a god ‘dies’ it means the energy has left the concept, practice, ritual, dogma, gone underground, and, incognito, appears elsewhere. How do we, then, track those energies, and where do they reappear in such contemporary forms as consumerism, seduction by electronics, sociopathies, and personal symptoms?
Journaling to the Soul: Keeping Your Own Red Books ~ Renowned writing instructor Susan Tiberghien covers how Jung saw journaling as writing to the soul, how he journaled in the Black Books and the Red Book, and his practice of journaling and active imagination.
The Interpretation of Dreams: Dreams as a Path to Personal Authority ~ Jungian analyst Dr. James Hollis explains how we can gain more personal authority by paying attention to our dreams. He covers the four main types of dreams and the most useful techniques for interpreting them.