Episodes
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. The story reading takes place from 8:06 to 22:48 We’ll be reading from Household Tales by Brothers Grimm Adina also recommends: Cinderella and her Sisters: The Envied and Envying by Ann Belford Ulanov,...
Published 09/26/22
Published 09/26/22
This month, Jung in the World is presenting a weekly series on Marion Woodman, Canadian mythopoetic author, poet, Jungian Analyst, and women’s movement figure. In this episode, Patricia Martin talks with author Elaine Mansfield about her years-long relationship with Marion Woodman that began with a workshop. As a nutritionist and women’s health counselor for 25 years, Mansfield sheds light on Woodman’s approach to teaching as more like a transmission- a living experience- that...
Published 09/20/22
This month, Jung in the World is presenting a weekly series on Marion Woodman, Canadian mythopoetic author, poet, Jungian Analyst, and women’s movement figure. In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Tina Stromsted PhD, who was a student of Marion Woodman’s somatic therapy work. Over the years of studying and collaborating with Marion, the two became friends and colleagues. In this interview, Tina opens up about what it was like to work with Marion Woodman, offering rare insight...
Published 09/14/22
For the second episode of Marion Woodman Month, we’re rebroadcasting the very first episode of Jungianthology, Chrysalis: The Psychology of Transformation. In this lecture, Toronto analyst Marion Woodman explores the body/spirit relationship, the withdrawing of projection, gender issues, and the surrender of the ego to the Self as these themes relate to personal transformation. Marion Woodman was a Canadian mythopoetic author and women’s movement figure. She was a Jungian...
Published 09/04/22
For the next month, Jung in the World is presenting a weekly series on Marion Woodman, Canadian mythopoetic author, poet, Jungian Analyst, and women’s movement figure. In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Dr. David Clark, Professor in the Department of English and Cultural Studies and Associate Member of the Department of Health, Aging and Society at McMaster University, and long-time friend of Marion Woodman. In this interview he shares rare insights into Woodman’s approach to life...
Published 08/30/22
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 The Complete Grimm’s Fairy Tales (Pantheon Fairy Tale And Folklore Library). If attempting to...
Published 07/30/22
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...
Published 07/30/22
This episode is the first session of the series The Warrior Within: A Study in Masculine Psychology, a classic seminar in his series on the four major archetypes of masculine psychology as he understood them: King, Warrior, Magician, Lover. From the seminar description: The Warrior is the archetype of self-disciplined, aggressive action. If Warrior energy is not accessed properly, a man may find himself caught up in cruel or self-destructive behavior. The mature Warrior, however, will...
Published 07/13/22
In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Laura Vecchiolla, clinical psychologist and graduate of the Jungian Psychotherapy Program at the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago. Their discussion touches on: * Jung’s obsession with mythology* Mythology – Freud vs Jung* What does archetypal mean?* Image vs story* Wonder Woman* Hero’s journey* Glory seeking vs caretaking* Underestimation of women* Harry Potter/Hermione* Androgynous archetypes* Mainstream representation* Healing...
Published 06/23/22
We’ve just launched our Spring Fundraising Drive! You can support this podcast and the Institute by making a donation of any amount. Due to a generous grant from the Chicago Society of Jungian Analysts, the first $5,000 donated will be matched! Jungian Analysts Judith Cooper and Daniel Ross discuss Maggie Gyllenhaal’s 2021 film The Lost Daughter (based on the 2006 novel of the same name by Elena Ferrante). They also reflect on the analysis provided in the article “Motherhood and...
Published 05/25/22
In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Ryan Maher, MA, LMHC, LCPC, and graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago’s Jungian Psychotherapy Program. In this discussion, they touch on: * Symbolism of the Forest in ancient and modern contexts* “Panic” and irrational states of mind* Paul Robichaud’s Pan: The Great God’s Modern Return* Self-regulation* Jung’s concept of reflection as an instinct* Dissociation from nature and instincts* Integration of the irrational* Transformation*...
Published 04/18/22
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we are sharing the seminar and panel discussion “Edith Rockefeller McCormick: Philanthropist, Intellectual, Analyst” in its entirety. The first hour is a presentation by Andrea Friederici Ross, author of Edith: The Rogue Rockefeller McCormick, followed by reflections by Kennon McKee, PhD, Jungian analyst and Victoria Drake, PhD, that opens up for general discussion. The presentation includes archival photos that are not intended for such...
Published 03/02/22
Jungian Analysts Judith Cooper and Daniel Ross discuss Alejandro G. Iñárritu‘s 2014 film Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). They touch on: * Innocence and inflation* Alchemy* Mark Sabans’ Two Souls Alas: Carl Jung’s Two Personalities and the Making of Analytical Psychology (Listen to our interview with Mark Saban)* Love* Humiliation* The Trickster* Men’s relationship to dependency* Sylvia Perea’s The Scapegoat Complex* Individuation needs and the “unlived life”* Fantasy...
Published 02/11/22
We are sharing the webinar “Jung & the Environment” in full. The video version is available on YouTube. Many believe we are in the Anthropocene Era, an era marked by the planet-wide influence of our species. The field of ecopsychology emerged in the early 1990s as a belated response from the psychological community to address the cascading effects of human-created environmental damage. Jungian ecopsychology offers one of the best frameworks for analyzing our dysfunctional...
Published 01/17/22
During our Holiday Giving Drive we are presenting a series of interviews called Jung in the World. In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Roula-Maria Dib, creative writer and literary scholar, who views Carl Jung as a modernist and has written about the power of the modernist moment in history to give rise to the discipline of psychology. Her book, Jungian Metaphor in Modernist Literature, creates a new context for understanding Carl Jung’s work and his most important theories: the...
Published 12/22/21
During our Holiday Giving Drive, we are presenting Jung in the World, a weekly series of interviews by Patricia Martin. In this series, she’ll be talking with people whose work intersects with Jung’s ideas to tell a more contemporary story about his enduring impact in a brave new world. Mark Saban joins us to talk about the complexity of C. G. Jung’s own personality, and how that has shaped the way Analysts are trained today. They discuss: * Jung’s life* Training*...
Published 12/16/21
with Nathan Schwartz-Salant, PhD During our Holiday Giving Drive, we are publishing one episode each week. This week we’re taking a break from the series Jung in the World to bring you a seminar from our archives. Please help us reach our $25,000 goal by joining our community of generous donors on our donor wall and podcast credits and become a member of the Institute if you aren’t already! Mythology can help us to understand and integrate the shadow, but this endeavor...
Published 12/09/21
During our Holiday Giving Drive, we are presenting Jung in the World, a weekly series of interviews by Patricia Martin. In this series, she’ll be talking with people whose work intersects with Jung’s ideas to tell a more contemporary story about his enduring impact in a brave new world. Carl Jung was known to be endlessly creative and said art is an innate drive within all of us. People who identify as creatives are prone to certain mental health issues that are somewhat specific to...
Published 11/29/21
We’ve just launched our annual Holiday Giving Drive, running now through December 31! Operating revenue from combined program tuitions covers only 55% of total expenses; membership dues, store purchases, and donations help bring us closer to covering the financial gap, but are not sufficient to close it. Please help us reach our $25,000 goal by joining our community of generous donors on our donor wall and podcast credits, and become a member of the Institute if you aren’t already!Via a...
Published 11/22/21
Jungian Analysts Judith Cooper and Daniel Ross discuss Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s 2006 film The Lives of Others (Wikipedia). They touch on: * Inflation* Dark Eros by Thomas Moore (https://amzn.to/3lSbsyZ)* John Beebe* Complexes* Anima & Animus Development* Depth Psychology and a New Ethic by Erich Neumann (https://amzn.to/3vvAzuz)* The Father by Luigi Zoja (https://amzn.to/3b4HNwp) Judith Cooper, PsyD is a clinical psychologist and diplomate Jungian Analyst...
Published 11/04/21
We are now accepting application for the Analyst Training Program. If you are interested in becoming a Jungian analyst, or just want to learn more visit the ATP page on our website. The deadline to apply is January 15, 2022. In this episode, Patricia Martin interviews Warren W. Sibilla, Jr, Jungian Psychoanalyst and the new Director of Training for the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago’s Analyst Training Program. How does someone know they are ready for training? What is the process of...
Published 10/13/21
with Robert Moore, PhD This episode is the Saturday morning session of a weekend taught by Robert Moore called The Archetype of Sacrifice and the Regulation of Archetypal Energy. From the seminar description: This workshop links Jung’s alchemical studies and his examination of the archetype of sacrifice to more recent research into the nature and dynamics of grandiose energies in the human psyche. In this program Robert Moore discusses how the decline of ritual containment of...
Published 09/28/21
In this episode, Jungian Analysts Judith Cooper and Daniel Ross discuss Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 film Rear Window (Wikipedia). They touch on: * Creative vision* Post WWII social change* Anima/Animus* Puer & Senex* Projection* Fear of intimacy & marriage* Voyeurism * Masculine and feminine* Coniunctio* Patriarchal gaze* The Tale of Blue Beard (Wikipedia)* The Shadow* The Trickster Judith Cooper, PsyD is a clinical psychologist and...
Published 09/10/21
with Polly Young-Eisendrath, PhD This episode is the opening lecture of a weekend given by Polly Young-Eisendrath. It contains a 1-hour lecture followed by an hour of Q&A. From the seminar description: We all sense a connection with the source that underlies our existence, whether or not we recognize it as such and we all wish to identify with something larger than ourselves. Some feel this as a spiritual yearning, while others wish for fame or celebrity or the...
Published 08/28/21