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Part 1 of "Beyond Horror and Hope" drew an unprecedented response listeners from several different countries registering to be a part of this sensitive and significant conversation regarding the horrific tragedy of the mass school shooting in Newtown, CT, and it's implications for us both individually and culturally.
The trauma and terror of senseless acts of violence perpetrated on the most helpless and innocent among us, is not a topic that can be adequately covered in a single hour.
While our conversation brought us to the depths of the alchemical nigredo or underworld and in many ways was a collective moment of bearing witness with not only the victims in Newtown, CT but also with the victims throughout history whose lives have been cut short by senseless violence, we were beckoned to continue this exploration of evil and innocence, horror and hope.
In recognition of the enormity of this topic and of the tremendous response from the depth psychology community around the world, this second disussion focused on yet another archetypal look at various facets of the tragedy and the cultural landscape which contributes to this kind of event.
Jungian analyst Michael Conforti invite you to join us in a continuing discussion to find meaning and hope by using an archetypal lens in the tradition of depth psychology.
After the mass school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT, in December 2013, I moderated a 2-part teleseminar series with Jungian analyst Michael Conforti for the Depth Psychology community and the general public in which we engaged in a depth psychological and archetypal discussion about the event.
In preparation, I opened Issue 81 of Spring Journal (2009), a long running publication of Archetype and Culture called "The Psychology of Violence." Inside, I discovered a powerful and intriguing article by psychologist and professor, Glen Slater, entitled "The Mythology of Bullets." In the essay, Slater addresses the major mainstream issues that always arise in such devastating events: gun violence, media influence, and mental health.
However, Slater goes much deeper to look at the archetypal aspects of guns in America, how our inherent cultural roots come into play, and how the uncompromising drive of the American Dream insists we succeed at any cost. This drive enables us to project the causes of our failure onto others; to do whatever it takes to remove the perceived obstacles that have defeated and marginalized us, and to objectify fellow human beings.
More, with little cultural capacity for reflection or container in which we can view our failures, difficulties, sadness, anger, and depression, we reach out for the one mythical object that allows us to regain control--a gun.
Join me with Dr. Glen Slater for an engaging and important discussion of the roots of mass shootings and the depth psychological and archetypal aspects of guns in America.
Glen Slater Ph.D. holds degrees in Religious Studies and in Clinical Psychology and has taught Jungian and Archetypal perspectives at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara for nearly two decades. Glen is the film review editor at Spring Journal and a regular contributor to that public
Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr.,once again takes to the airwaves with his renowned and legendary radio show,the award winning,'Sports In Depth'.
And again it's the three Muskerteers of the NFL,Wings,E-Wonder And Doc,coming to you again live from Met-Life Stadium in East Rutherford,New Jersey as the New York Jets host the Detriot Lions.
Derek Jeter appeared today in his last game of his great career as a player and New York Yankee
Gino Smith,is still his starting quarterback despite another loss to Detriot,24-17.Jets head to San Deigo next week and the,''Wingman',will be there to bring us the action and updates as the Jets must take off to victory soon.New England lost to Kansas City,44-14,aids the Jets but it means nothing without Jet victories.
And we close saltuing the great Derek Jeter. He went from a good player to a great player.Number 2 for him is perfect.He is second to none as a player and a person.Everything Joe DiMaggio was suppose to be and everything Mickey Mantle wasn't, a real live American hero.
''You can't be getting ready,you have to be ready''
Mother Vivian Stanley
Values are like fingerprints. Nobody's are the same, but you leave 'em all over everything you do—
"It was above and beyond anything that I've ever dreamt of," Jeter said.(Jeter describing his game winning hit in his final game and at bat in Yankee Stadium)
Derek Jeter wears the right number in number 2.He's second to none as a player and a person.He's everything Joe DiMaggio was suppose to be and everything Mickey Mantle wasn't,a real live American hero''.
Dr. Jeanette Raymond is a psychologist and psychotherapist with a private practice in Los Angeles California. Born in Calcutta, India, she was educated in Great Britain, getting her M.Ed before beginning her career as a child and educational psychologist. After settling in America, Dr. Raymond obtained her Ph.D. in clinical psychology and switched her focus to helping adults establish more secure relationships. She contributes to training courses for psychotherapists and offers insight and relationship advice on a regular basis via her blogs and videos.
Join us as we discuss how to overcome the challenges of emotional intimacy of your own or with a partner who has difficulty with emotional intimacy.
Spiritual Growth Tools on the Radio has a variety of guests to help you to better understand the blocks that are holding you back, the show aims to entertain, inform and offer a different perspective to the issues that you are faced with. We hope you will join us on the journey!
This weeks guest is Sam Neffendorf, who is an emotional health specialist, who uses a wide range of techniques, including Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Matrix Reimprinting, which are collectively known as Energy Psychology.
These combine working with the mind and balancing the energy system to achieve quick and long lasting results on emotional health. Negative emotions, such as stress, anger or grief can affect you just as much, in a variety of ways. Physical imbalances such as cravings or phobias almost always have emotional roots.
If you have something that is holding you back from the maximum enjoyment of your life, could now be the time to try these powerful yet gentle and enjoyable techniques?
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Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.
Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:
What happens to a judgment from an uninsured car accident if I file for bankruptcy?
Can a 19 year old student loan for $12,000.00 be included in bankruptcy?
I am waiting for an insurance proceeds check, will I be able to keep the money if I file for bankruptcy?
Can I include a judgment that garnishes my wages when I file for bankruptcy?
Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973 he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.
When you reflect back, do you have fond memories of childhood? Most people have both fond and hurtful memories from childhood - but sadly some people grew up in violent and angry homes while others grew up in loving and joyful home and most people of course experienced everything in between. On today's show we’ll take a walk down memory lane and see the impact that our experience in childhood - how we were parented has shaped who we are as people and how we parent.
Dr Robyn Mills interviews Dr Rosina McAlpine on this topic to ponder the questions
As parents, will we allow our early life experiences shape our parenting? OR will we choose to learn to be the best parents we can be and empower our children with the skills and personal qualities they need to make their unique mark on the world?
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Learn how you can teach your children key life skills like good self esteem, eating well, communication skills and managing emotions in just 15 minutes at a time
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On tonights program I will be doing an in depth Biblical analysis of the errors of the positive confession teaching.
Tonight on the program, Steven Meador and myself will look over all the big games in College Football and give our thoughts on the outcomes on those games. We will also play Part 1 of the 4 part convo with Tony Stewart as he spoke, in depth, to the media, about the incident with Kevin Ward Jr. #Chiefs/#Pats update as well as top headlines as we are LIVE.
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