August 16, 2019 at 1pm to September 25, 2019 at 12pm
On Friday 16 August 2019, Thomas Moore begins his new six-week online course Soul Psychology using an approach based on depth psychology, Greek mythology, Renaissance magic, Henry David Thoreau and friends, Emily Dickinson, James Hillman and C. G. Jung. It is on the Ruzuku platform.Each Friday Moore gives readings and suggestions for practice. On Wednesdays at 12:00 noon EDT he leads a live discussion for one hour. See More
Before you go further, please be sure you are applying for membership with YOUR REAL NAME, FIRST AND LAST, or if you are signing up as an organization, publisher, or project, list the organization name here; then list the name of the contact person in the next question.
What are your main areas of interest?
Jungian Psychology, Archetypal Psychology
If you are signing up as an Individual Member, do you have a degree in Depth Psychology?
Please share a little about yourself by way of introduction. What draws you to Depth Psychology and what are you looking for from this community?
I want to learn more about Jungian and archetypal psychology.
What is your WEB SITE (IF you would like to promote it)?
Hi Deborah. Greetings, and (a somewhat belated) welcome to the online depth psychology community! I'm so glad you've joined us. Thanks for sharing your blog. I'm always looking for content to share here and in other social media, and it's also great to have someone from Thomas Moore's world here. He's been such a tremendous influence on so many of us. I'm touched to read the blog post about his father's passing.
Meanwhile, as you may know, we currently have over 1700 members from all over the world and we're growing. I hope as you explore the community a bit you find a dynamic group of like-minded people who are all deeply drawn by the field of depth psychology. While there are many Jungian analysts and clinical psychologists here, our members come from many walks of life including artists, writers, doctors, scientists, healing professionals, counselors, students, business people, etc--so there is much cross-disciplinary knowledge and experience here to be shared.
On that note, there are many opportunities to engage as you browse the site. When you're ready to jump in, please feel free to post a topic for discussion in the forum, respond to someone else's post, or share a link to an article or web site you like.
Also you may want to consider joining the discussion in the online book club if you haven't already: In November & December we're featuring "Madness at the Gates of the City: The Myth Of American Innocence,” a mythological and cultural look at our current belief systems with Barry Spector. Since the Book Club is all done via writing in an open forum, you can participate at your own level and schedule--and you can join the discussion anytime, even if you don't have the book.