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Bonnie Bright speaks with Dr. Craig Chalquist about Terrapsychology, Encyclopedia Sophia, and"Earthrise" as a mythic image a la Joseph Campbell.
Craig Chalquist has walked a lot of the landscape of depth psychology since he first coined the term "terrapsychology" nearly a decade ago. Here Craig speaks about how "patterns, shapes, features and motifs at play in the nonhuman world scupt our ideas, our habits, our relationships, culture, and sense of self" a quote from Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled (p. 6), the June selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club.
Craig Chalquist Ph.D. is the author of 8 books and editor of 2 anthologies, including Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled, the June selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club. Currently a core faculty member in East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Dr. Chalquist has also taught at John F. Kennedy University, Antioch University, Prescott College, and Pacifica Graduate Institute among others.
Craig's comprehensive work in the field(s) of depth psychology, ecopsychology, and mythology have given rise to a number of groundbreaking unique programs including Encyclopedia Sophia, an online repository for culture mentors, and Earthrise--a vision for a mythic image for our time.
-LEARN MORE about the June Online Book Club: http://www.depthinsights.com/pages/book_club/book_club_jun2012_depthpsych.html
The new 2010 anthology "Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled" articulates the enlivening quest for reconnection with the Earth and its inhabitants. Enveloped by myth, story, landscape, and soul, we are invited to weave seemingly disjointed worlds and engage our human imagination in ways that foster a sense of reverie and belonging in Nature.
In turn, our fresh explorations into the landscapes of the soul and the soulscapes of the land brings to conscious awareness our deep embeddedness in the planet and supports a needed shift toward a more loving relationship with our surroundings.
Craig Chalquist PhD is a Core faculty member at John F. Kennedy University, and an adjunct faculty at CIIS, Prescott College, and Antioch University. Craig is also a Permaculture designer and certified Master Gardener through the University of California Cooperative Extension. As if that weren’t enough, he’s the author of six books and editor of two anthologies--including Rebearths.