Tag: archetypes

Carl Jung, Synchronicity, and the Hidden Truth of Reality

It’s as if something orchestrated a meaningful glitch in the matrix just for you. But why? What is synchronicity? What does it tell us about the nature of reality? Why is it especially important in our time? In this wonder dip, we’ll dive into those questions and more through the lens of the philosophy of the man who coined the term, Psychiatrist and philosopher, Carl Jung.

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Mind Meld 118 | A Language Only You Can Speak with Dr. Michael Daine

For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron Psychologist, mythologist and Jungian mind wizard, Dr. Michael Daine returns! Dr. Michael Daine is a licensed Psychologist, former Assistant Director at the C.G. Jung Institute of Houston and a radio host. His philosophy and practice a synthesis of myth, mysticism and modern medicine. LISTEN | ITUNES YOUTUBE ARCHIVE STITCHER  Give us a […]

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Mind Meld 84 | Naming Your Demons with Psychological Mystic, Erick Godsey

Join cognitive psychology-based therapist and self-spelunking mystic, Erick Godsey and I (I’d peg him as a cocktail of Carl Jung, Robert Anton Wilson, George Carlin and early Syphilis-era Nietzsche) as we dissect the neurosis of the western mind, excavating your ideal self, the bottomline shared by all mystical traditions and more. Catch his podcast, Metprogramming here. […]

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A Brief Guide to Jungian Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious

Carl Jung is, without a doubt, one of the most fascinating, mysterious and controversial figures to emerge from the field of Psychology. He popularized concepts like synchronicity, the collective unconscious, archetypes and many others that people still wax philosophical about on a daily basis around the world. The good folks over at Wisdom Pills have put together […]

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