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As we continue to explore Jung's expansive notion of the psyche, we take a fourth look at his understanding of archetypes and the collective unconscious.
As we continue to explore Jung's expansive notion of the psyche, we take a third look at his understanding of Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
As we continue to explore Jung's expansive notion of the psyche, we take a second look at his understanding of archetypes and the collective unconscious
Join Dr. Cherilyn Lee, co-host Karlynn Cammon and special guest, Dianne Porchia as they discuss the Nine Traps of Unconscious Loving. The Nine Traps of Unconscious Loving, also referred to as the Nine Traps of Miscommunication, outlines nine key mistakes couples make that undermine their loving intentions. Each time couples unwittingly fall into these Nine Traps, it leaves a little black mark in their heart and in their mind. As time goes on, more and more of these little black marks accumulate in their hearts and in their minds until the once happy couple is now very unhappy, feeling unloved, uncherished, disrespected by their partner until finally they call it quits and want to separate. Each person chalks up their experience to another failed relationship and eventually moves on to the next romance. However, if the little black marks they accumulated in their heart and mind haven't been healed and resolved, they bring them into the next romance and the pattern of unconscious loving and miscommunication repeats.
What is your conscious investigation or enquiry of your Unconscious? How does your "stuff swept under your Psyche carpet" get in the way of your being on top of your life and choices?
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Join Kelly as she interviews Psychologist, Astrologer and Dream Expert, Dr. Michael Lennox. For over twenty years, Dr. Michael Lennox has interpreted thousands of dreams. His fascination with this nighttime phenomenon began when he was a teenager after reading his mother’s copy of Freud’s “Interpretation of Dreams.” Having had vivid and memorable dream experiences from the time he was a small boy, the notion that they could be analyzed and understood on a deeper level was an almost overpowering concept.
In the first episode of our ongoing Unconscious Bias in Medicine series, Arin sits down with Dr. Adi Nadimpalli to discuss his work with Doctors without Borders and his experience with unconscious bias as a medical practitioner.
In the second episode of our Unconscious Bias in Medicine Series, Arin sits down with Sheryl McCalla, the Director of the American College of Rheumatology’s Lupus Initiative. The two discuss the effect of unconscious bias and physical appearance on medical diagnoses. For more information about Sheryl's work head to www.thelupusinitiative.org
We'll explore with Michael Conforti and Loralee Scott-Conforti how to understand and tap into the creative unconscious, how creativity can be better understood from an interdisciplinary perspective, and the role that archetypes play in creativity. Michael Conforti is a Jungian analyst and the founder and director of The Assisi Institute, and Loralee Scott-Conforti is the executive director of The Assisi Institute, as well as a producer, writer, lecturer and choreographer. The Assisi Institute is an educational center dedicated to the study and application of Archetypal Pattern Analysis.
In our third and final episode in the Unconscious Bias Series, Arin sits down with Sunny Gibson to discuss the impact of Unconscious Biases in medical education. Sunny is the Director of the Office of Diversity at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. The two discuss bias from angles that include med school admissions, pain scale faces and comfort with questions.
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Intuition has been defined as the ability to acquire knowledge without the use of reason.
Intuition often conceived as an inner perception, real lucidity or understanding.
It was said that Intuition provides us with views, understandings, judgments, or beliefs that we cannot in every case empirically verify or rationally justify. Our right brain is associated with intuitive processes such as aesthetic or generally creative abilities. Some scientists have contended that intuition is associated with innovation in scientific discovery.
Carl Jung defined intuition as “perception via the unconscious":
Albert Einstein said: “The Only really valuable thing is INTUITION.”
So what is intuition really? Is it the ability to have a direct perception of truth and fact that is independent of any reasoning? Is it our gut instinct? Can our intuition know the truth about who we may become?
Join the conversation, share your thoughts and let’s learn how to tap into our intuition.
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