The Dilemma of Depth Psychology in Relation to Social Change with James Hillman
James Hillman refers to soul as “a perspective rather than a substance, a viewpoint toward things rather than a thing itself”. The value of seeing beneath, between, and beyond to achieve new perspectives for learning, integration, transformation, and growth was a personal challenge for Hillman, who claimed depth psychology can be summed up in one […]
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Art, Practice and philosophy of psychotherapy
Enjoy this incredible deep dive into the nexus of Jungian Study, Archetypal Psychology and Art, Practice and Philosopy of Psychotherapy. More Info about the entire program here
How The Soul is Sold – NY Times article excerpt
This week we published an amazing new recording from our archives featuring James Hillman and Thomas Moore. The original recording was made in 1994. “Thomas Moore, author of the unexpected bestseller “Care of the Soul” and the subsequent and much-expected best-seller “Soul Mates,” opens the workshop with a story about a call he got […]
The Dilemma of Depth Psychology in Relation to Social Change – James Hillman
Perhaps this is why it is so important to the soul to hear the stories of courage and glory, of beauty and faith. Because, these heroic remembrances and honoring strengthen and feed not the immovable, isolated center in heroic imitation, but the invisible guests. “Hence Homer and the epic tales of the Bible keep a […]
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