Robert Bly is a renowned poet and author known for his work on exploring the human shadow. Join us in listening to this handpicked compilation where Bly combines essays and verses to delve into the dark side of the human personality and the significance of confronting it. Bly discusses how individuals hide their human shadows differently in various situations and among different people, highlighting how societal expectations influence our behavior in different contexts. His work on the human shadow draws inspiration from Carl Jung's concept of the shadow and aims to shed light on the aspects of the human psyche that are often concealed or denied.
As a voice of transcendentalism and meditative mysticism, each stage of Bly's work is marked by his unwavering dedication to the art of poetry and a deep affection for the diverse worlds that inspire him.
Influenced by transcendental thinkers such as Emerson and Thoreau, as well as drawing from spiritual traditions spanning Sufism to Gnosticism, Bly emerges as a poet immersed in mysteries, eloquently expressing his visions through the language of images. This handpicked compilation captures the essence of Bly's literary evolution, offering a captivating journey through his exploration of nature, spirituality, and the complexities of human experience. Immerse yourself in the wisdom and poetic brilliance of Robert Bly through this meticulously selected collection.
The Human Shadow-Robert Bly Part 1 of 3.mp3
The Human Shadow-Robert Bly Part 2 of 3.mp3
The Human Shadow-Robert Bly Part 3 of 3.mp3
The Educated Heart.mp3
The Naive Male.mp3
Men and the Wound.mp3