The Jung Center, Houston, is running a series of free online programs to help us process and meet this pandemic. We’re grateful that they are doing this when it is so needed. Sean Fitzpatrick, PhD, LPC, executive director of the Jung Center, Houston, discusses COVID-19 and Albert Camus’s The Plague. This video is the first lecture in the series, which began on March 23. To register for the others in the series, CLICK HERE.
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A wonderful and interesting conversation about the emotions emerging from the current COVID-19 pandemic. Stefano Carpani, Jungian Psychoanalyst CGJI-Z, interviews Verena Kast, professor of psychology at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. She has written many books, including The Nature of Loving, A Time to Mourn, and The Creative Leap.
Mary Louise Carus Mahdi, passed away on Sunday morning on the third of November at Manor Court in Peru. A Jungian Analyst and editor of Crossroads: A Quest for Contemporary Rites of Passage and other books for Open Court, she was truly a child of Hermes–god of exchanges, liminal spaces, communications, transitional activities, and travel.
By Stephen Y. Wilkerson, MD, PhD
Readers today are especially thrilled by the prospect of good news. Drought and global warming, civil war and famine, poverty and economic inequity—yes, bad news abounds. This book by Dr. Stephen Wilkerson, on the other hand, is about hope and optimism for the future. The recorded history of our world is largely one of a sometimes worthy patriarchal striving. It has, however, all too often been tarnished, marred, and horribly disfigured by the hatreds, intolerance, and destruction that have accompanied it. And the good news? There is another way, poignantly and persuasively outlined nearly two hundred years ago by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, involving the Divine Feminine.