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Deceptions and Betrayals

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Our lives are deeply influenced by the workings of archetypes, and the patterns that express their meaning. It was Jung's work on the Objective Psyche that brought us into awarness of these transpersonal, eternal patterns of life, love... more

Throughout Jung's life and work, he spoke of the moral imperative, which calls us to address actions which harm others. In this presentation, Dr. Deb Greenwood, artist, consultant and Pattern Analyst, will present her original and profound... more

The sudden resignation of the Pope speaks to a dramatic archetypal shift in the nature of the Catholic Church. In this interview with Father Bruce Teague, a leading theologian and Catholic Priest for more than thirty (30) years we will... more

He who journeys to Hell also becomes Hell C.G. Jung It was Jung's encounter with the darker aspects of the Psyche that stirred him to write these words. Be it an experience of beauty, grace, and transcendence or one of terror and... more

In this eposide we will continue our discusssion and exploration of the tendency for violence in the psyche and it's expression in human behavior, with our special guest, Dr. Dennis Slattery, Professor of Literature and Mythological Studies at... more

In this presentation, Dr. Conforti will discuss the unconscious, archetypal issues driving the prolifferation of violence, and the growing trend to want to defend ourselves against external threats. Discussing the tragedy of New Town, Ct, and... more

Patterns of the Fall: Lance Armstrong Elie Wiesel spoke of the hero as that truly unique person who cares more for the spiritual welfare of their community than for their own needs. So how is it that despite the perennial wisdom on heroes... more

Dr. Michael Conforti talks with Richard Anastasi, Executive Director of "Caring For The Caregiver"

In his classic book, "The Way of the Image," Yoram Kaufmann, PhD, writes: "true creativity comes from the mysterious conjunction of the original, unexpected, subjective, and the predetermined guidelines dictated by an orient...in Jungian... more

Part 2 interview with Founder and Editor of Fisher King Press, Mel Matthews

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