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Islam and Islamophobia

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Happiness is a Warm Gun: A Community Conversation on Gun Violence in America

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Thanks to everyone who participated this evening in our community conversation on gun violence in America. We had a rich discussion with many excellent points raised and ideas put forth. We covered a…Continue

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The Souls of White Folk

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Thanks to everyone who has participated in our ongoing community conversations on Racism in America: The Souls of White Folk. We had a wonderful and dynamic discussion today, covering a variety of…Continue

The Souls of White Folk: Continuing the Discussion

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I've created this forum for those of us who would like to continue the dialogue taking place during the event planned for Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 12:00noon PT. Below are some powerful…Continue

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The Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational Trauma in the Americas - A Free Online Community Conversation! at The Depth Psychology Alliance!

June 2, 2018 from 1pm to 2:30pm
Join us this Saturday, June 2nd for a free community conversation onThe Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational Traumain the AmericasWe will discuss the traumatic and ongoing decimation of the native peoples of the Americas from a depth psychology perspective, and examine possible connections to contemporary events. We'll consider questions such as: How can we best address issues of cultural chaos from the perspective of depth psychology? How can those of us who feel that the perspectives of…See More
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The Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational Trauma in the Americas

The Archetypal Roots of Multi-GenerationalTrauma in the AmericasIn the face of cultural crisis, modern people tend to seek material, social, and political solutions. Depth psychology approaches cultural issues from a different perspective. Depth psychologists tend to look beneath the surface. On an individual level, we look for complexes, networks of ideas and emotions that may have been forgotten, or simply were too…See More
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The Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational Trauma in the Americas

The Archetypal Roots of Multi-GenerationalTrauma in the AmericasIn the face of cultural crisis, modern people tend to seek material, social, and political solutions. Depth psychology approaches cultural issues from a different perspective. Depth psychologists tend to look beneath the surface. On an individual level, we look for complexes, networks of ideas and emotions that may have been forgotten, or simply were too…See More
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Feb 24, Jung and Mythology: A Free Introductory Class! at Online

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Starting soon - FREE class - learn more about Jung and Mythology! C. G. Jung has created a Copernican revolution in how we understand Mythology and the psyche. Armed with a basic understanding of Jung’s theory, we have a key for understanding world mythology and how myth influences both the individual psyche, and culture. This free introductory class will present an overview of Jung’s understanding and use of mythology, as well as provide an outline of the eight module course that will follow.…See More
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Carl Jung, Mythology, and Scientific Revolutions

Carl Jung’s body of work has set into motion a scientific revolution on the order of Copernicus. While many mainstream academic psychologists and mainstream intellectuals dismiss Jung and his work as regressive and unscientific, little by little his ideas have been seeping into major academic disciplines, although incognito. Many anthropologists (including…See More
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Remembering Dr. Robert Moore: A Community Conversation at Online (See details above)

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Remembering Dr. Robert Moore and Dr. Margaret Shanahan: A Community Conversation The recent tragic deaths of Jungian analyst and author Dr. Robert Moore and his wife, Dr. Margaret Shanahan have shocked and bewildered many. In an act of murder-suicide, Moore took the life of his wife and then turned the gun upon himself. Dr. Margaret Shanahan was an educator who worked for cross-cultural awareness and equal opportunity for women and minorities for over 40 years. She lectured internationally on…See More
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James Newell replied to James Newell's discussion Islam and Islamophobia
"I'm glad you found the links helpful, Laurie!Here are some more links on…"
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Laurie Young replied to James Newell's discussion Islam and Islamophobia
"Thank you again. Have downloaded and started exploring through these refs. Even looked up Omar Kayyam to see if he might have been a Muslim too. Mixed reviews on that one. : ) But what a great idea to let the poets speak."
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Islam and Islamophobia

Many thanks to everyone who attended our discussion today! Please post any thoughts, questions, concerns, and ongoing discussions in this space. Meanwhile, I've posted some resources on Islam and Islamophobia below. All the best, James Newell~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Below are Several High Quality, Reliable…See More
Jun 18, 2016
James Newell commented on James Newell's event Free Community Conversation: Islamophobia and the Scapegoat Archetype
"Hi, Laurie!So glad you could make it, and that it was a positive experience for you. I've listed some resources on Islam below. Thanks again!All the best,James Here are Several High Quality, Reliable Sources on Islam and Related Topics…"
Jun 18, 2016
Laurie Young commented on James Newell's event Free Community Conversation: Islamophobia and the Scapegoat Archetype
"Many thanks, Dr. Newell. I've been looking for a good source of reliable info about Islam. Today's discussion confirms impressions I've had and adds perspective and background. Thanks for sharing a bit from your own years of studies…"
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The Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational Trauma in the Americas

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The Archetypal Roots of Multi-Generational

Trauma in the Americas

In the face of cultural crisis, modern people tend to seek material, social, and political solutions. Depth psychology approaches cultural issues from…

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Carl Jung, Mythology, and Scientific Revolutions

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Carl Jung’s body of work has set into motion a scientific revolution on the order of Copernicus. While many mainstream academic psychologists and mainstream intellectuals dismiss Jung and his work as regressive and…

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Islam and Peace

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Islam and Peace





"Even though you are of the earth in form, still, you are the fine

spiritual thread made of the very substance of Certainty.

You are the trusted…

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Islamophobia in America: A Case Study of the Scapegoat Archetype

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Islamophobia in America: A Case Study

of the Scapegoat Archetype  



"A majority may not impose its religious values on others, nor limit minority religious rights. The fact that a majority of Americans do not share the beliefs…

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At 1:05pm on March 12, 2016, Moira Cryer said…

Thank you James.

At 9:40am on February 15, 2012, Ed Koffenberger said…

Welcome James,

I am especially interested in your joining the Alliance in that there is a smaller group within the Jung in the South group that is wanting to form a Jungian group (have I used this word too much?) in Nashville. Would it be okay with you to pass your name and contact information on to them? I believe you will find much of interest within the many blogs, forums, and groups (!) of the Alliance. Again, welcome.

Ed

At 8:18am on February 2, 2012, Bonnie Bright said…

Hi James. A warm welcome to the Alliance. I love the name of your web site--that was a great find!

Once you have a chance to explore the online community a bit, I think you'll find a dynamic group of likeminded people who are all highly intrigued by the field of depth psychology. And, while there are many Jungian analysts, clinicians, and psychologists here, our members come from many walks of life--artists, writers, doctors, healing professionals, counselors, students, business people, etc--so there is much cross-disciplinary knowledge and experience here to be shared.

On that note, I hope you're finding opportunities to engage as you browse the vast content and interact with others. You may want to consider joining the online book club if you haven’t already—There's a new author each month, and you can jump in at anytime and participate at whatever level you wish. February brings a wonderful new book from Jungian Analyst Erel Shalit as well as a special online study group on Astrology with long-time astrologer Kathleen Burt.

In case you need detailed help getting started and navigating the site, please use the following link-- http://www.depthpsychologyalliance.com/page/navigating-the-site --and please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions at all! I look forward to seeing you around the community~Bonnie Bright, Founder

 
 
 


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