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Marion Woodman Lecture

Well I'm sitting here typing all excited, having discovered a treasure of a lecture - it's tucked away on the Washington National Cathedral website and is from 2005, but is timeless :)

In this lecture, Marion Woodman leads an exercise that gives a taster of her work; discusses Jung's ideas about body and soul; and explains what led her into Jungian analysis.

She also tells one of the stories…


Added by Esther Waldron on September 8, 2012 at 4:42pm — No Comments

Joseph Campbell on Following the Song

’There’s an interesting paper, The Shaman from Elko, in thefestschrift novel volume for Joseph Henderson, a psychiatrist in San Francisco. It’s an account of a woman in West Virginia, in the coal mining areas there, who in her late sixties had the dreadful feeling that she had lost life, that she had never lived life, that there had been a life for…


Added by Esther Waldron on September 5, 2012 at 2:29pm — No Comments

How Jung Defined his Work...

'Attempts at an understanding of the secret workings of the soul.'

Added by Esther Waldron on September 5, 2012 at 2:21pm — No Comments

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