• 00:41

    Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way

    in Psychology

    Bonnie Bright speaks with Naomi Ruth Lowinsky and Patricia Damery about the power of synchronicity of creation and their new exciting anthology in the field of Jungian psychology.
    Bringing together personal stories from a unique group of Jungian analysts and authors in the field of depth psychology must surely be a challenging task. 
    In this revealing interview, Jungian analysts and editors Patricia Damery and Naomi Ruth Lowinsky share their own stories of the way in which the book Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way, the July selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club came to fruition.   Naomi Ruth Lowinsky is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute and a widely published poet. Her recent memoir, The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way tells stories of her "pushy" muse. Naomi is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find her Female Roots and three books of poetry.   Patricia Damery, also an analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco i is in private psychotherapy practice in Napa, California. Patricia has published Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation--which weaves a fascinating tale of her analytic training and simultaneous entry into Biodynamic farming--along and her latest novel, Snakes, the story about the demise of a family farm. Patricia and her husband farm a Biodynamic organic ranch.   -LEARN MORE about the July Online Book Club: http://www.depthinsights.com/pages/book_club/book_club_jul2012_depthpsych.html

  • 00:30

    The Sister from Below: On Poetry, the Muse, & Why We Create

    in Writing


    Bonnie Bright M.A. talks to Jungian Analyst, Poet, and Author Naomi Ruth Lowinsky on poetry, the muse, and what drives us to create in our lives.


    Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, author of "The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way" is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute, and a widely published poet.  Naomi’s recent memoir, The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way tells stories of her pushy muse.  Naomi is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find her Female Roots and three books of poetry—the most recent of those is called Adagio & Lamentation and features lots of poems about her own grandmother, who was a refugee from the Shoah and a fine painter.  Naomi says her grandmother he taught her the practice of making art of one’s life.

  • 01:00

    Jane Crown

    in Poetry

    NAOMI RUTH LOWINSKY was born in California to Jewish parents who emigrated from Europe to escape persecution. Her childhood was spent in many landscapes: North Carolina, Italy, New York, New Jersey, back to California.

    She studied literature at the University of California at Berkeley and now writes poetry and prose, teaches psychology and creativity, and practices Jungian analysis. She is a member analyst of the San Francisco Jung Institute, where she teaches in the training program as well as in the public programs. She is Poetry and Fiction Editor for Psychological Perspectives, a magazine published by the Los Angeles Jung Institute, and reviews poetry for The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal. Her book, The Motherline: Every Woman's Journey to Find Her Female Roots, was published by Putnam in 1992. Her first poetry collection, red clay is talking, was published by Scarlet Tanager Books in 2000. A chapbook, a maze, was published by Modest Proposal in 2004. Her most recent collection is crimes of the dreamer, published by Scarlet Tanager Books in 2005.http://www.scarlettanager.com/

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