Boundaries of the Soul (#W005)
Jungian analysis focuses on unconscious archetypes that operate beneath our cultural conditioning. Transformation, says June Singer, must emerge from within, apart from any preconceptions of the analyst. In this revealing two-part program, Dr. Singer presents the theory and practice of Carl G. Jung's analytic psychology. Describing a dream from Jung's own childhood, she explains how he developed his notion that sexual imagery represents the creative spiritual force. She also discusses the "collective unconscious" and Jung's theories of individuation and personality types.
The late June Singer, Ph.D., was a Jungian analyst and a founder of the C. G. Jung Institute in Chicago. She was author of The Unholy Bible: A Psychological Interpretation of William Blake, Androgeny, Energies of Love and Boundaries of the Soul: The Practice of Jung's Psychology.
The Gnostic Treasure (#S715)
Gnosticism involves a fusion of middle-east traditions including Judaism, Christianity and Manicheanism. June Singer, Ph.D., is author of Seeing Through the Visible World: Jung, Gnosis and Chaos and A Gnostic Book of Hours. She discusses the Gnostic belief in the direct apprehension of a spiritual reality that is beyond all definition.
|"In Jungian analysis you learn how to deal with your own power, or rather the power that comes through you, and live your life in such a way that it's harmonious with that power which is above and beyond and all around."|