Jungian Ever After

Jungian Ever After | Briar Rose: Awakening & Transformation

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Our final episode of season 1 is a story near and dear to Raisa. This episode gets a lot more personal than some, as we discuss periods of awakening and transformation from various points in our own lives.

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Jungian Ever After | Little Red Riding Hood: Sex & Violence

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The story is “Little Red Cap” this time, better known as “Little Red Riding Hood”. We discuss such topics as the 3 faces of the Great Mother, the nature of wolves, and of course our good friend Trickster. Please note that there is also some discussion of rape in this episode, if that is something that will upset you, this may be one to skip.

The story is from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm and is read starting at 3:21 and ending at 12:38.

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Jungian Ever After | Snow White Part 2: Anima/Animus


Our part 2 coverage of Snow White discusses Anima/Animus and how it has shaped the way people perceive and project gender roles at varying points in history. 

The story is from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm and is read on the PREVIOUS episode of Jungian Ever After, Snow White Part 1: Archetypal Evil.

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Jungian Ever After | Rumpelstiltskin Part 2: Trickster

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This second part of our Rumpelstiltskin coverage focuses on the Trickster archetype. We talk about places that Trickster emerges in pop culture before analyzing the ways in which both Rumpel and the miller’s daughter channel trickster energy.

Part one’s story was read last month from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm.

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Jungian Ever After | Rumpelstiltskin Part 1: Narcissism and Persona

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Rumpelstiltskin is a character the we love from the show Once Upon a Time, but the original story isn’t commonly consumed. We have split our analysis once more into two parts. This first one covers narcissism and persona while part 2 will focus solely on the Trickster archetype.

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Jungian Ever After | Cinderella Part 1: Grief


One of the most popular fairy tales, Cinderella, especially as told by Grimm, contains two major themes. So, we’ve split our analysis into 2 parts. This first episode speaks of the healing power of grief, while next month we will discuss the role of envy.

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Jungian Ever After | Rapunzel


We begin our Grimm journey with the story of Rapunzel! A tale of irresponsible parents, a tower of isolation with no stairs or door, and the persecutor/protector that exists in all of us.

The story reading takes place from 9:22 to 18:18

We’ll be reading from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

Adina also recommends:

The Inner World of Trauma by Donald Kalshed

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Jungian Ever After | Introduction


We are adding a new show to Jungianthology! Jungian Ever After is a new show co-hosted by Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts member Adina Davidson and Raisa Cabrera. It’s a podcast about fairy tales through the lens of Jungian analysis. Jungian Ever After will be shared on our feed alongside our other shows. They have 7 episodes so far, so it will take a little bit for our feed to catch up with theirs, but we will! If you want to listen to all of their published episodes right now, go to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or search for “Jungian Ever After” in your favorite podcast app.

Allow us to introduce ourselves and why we’re making this show!

We’ll be reading from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

Adina also recommends: The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Pantheon Fairy Tale And Folklore Library). If attempting to purchase this, be sure it says, “with Padraic Colum (intro) and Joseph Campbell (commentary) and James Scharl (illustr)”. Amazon considers all versions to be the same book, so you could accidentally buy a copy without those key elements.


Email: jungianeverafter@gmail.com

Twitter: @JEA_Podcast

Discord: https://discord.gg/GEdn4TPgHR

Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/jungianeverafter

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