Announcing “Earth, Climate, Dreams”—the BOOK! 13 in-depth conversations with Depth Psychologists in the Age of the Anthropocene.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Over time, humans in western cultures have undergone a profound restructuring of the psyche resulting in a traumatic sense of separation. In modern day, we face a growing set of challenges on ecological and social fronts, in part due to the significant impact of human activity on the planet, an era now informally called the Anthropocene.
If humans are going to deal with climate change, ecological destruction, and the recognition of an age in which humans are changing the very structures of our world, then we need both social and psychological change.
This crisis requires that we reflect on our situation from a depth psychological perspective, contemplating how we might tap into the underlying archetypal themes at work in the culture and begin to articulate them in ways that inspire and move us to personal and collective action.
In this book, Jungian analysts, therapists, and academics with an interest in Depth Psychology discuss their approaches to these problems with Bonnie Bright, Ph.D., a certified transpersonal coach and the Founder of Depth Psychology Alliance, with hope and inspiration. Together, they contemplate Jungian, depth, and transpersonal approaches—including dreamwork—for engaging with what may well be the challenge of our age and of ages to come.
Facing Climate Change through a Jungian Lens
Dionysus: Revisioning Psychology and Literature in Jung and Hillman
Dreams and the Animated Earth
Navigating the Great Transition
Dominion Psyche, Reciprocity Psyche, Borderland Consciousness
We Need to Talk about Climate Change,
The Frankenstein Prophecies: The Untold Tale
The Human Soul in Transition at the Dawn
of a New Era
The Role of Primary Narcissism in the Ecological Crisis
Complexity, Depth Ecology and Climate Change
Dreams, Synchronicities and our Relationship
to the Earth
Revisiting the Well at the Dawn of Life: Teachings of the Maya
Nancy Swift Furlotti
Culture Collapse Disorder: What the Bees
Can Teach Us
Multi-logue on the Cultural Complex of the English-Speaking West