The Stories of Archetypes
In Jungian psychology, Hermes (up top), is the archetype that mediates between the conscious and unconscious minds and is a key figure in healing (note his scepter) and in alchemical transformation. For the ancient Greeks, Hermes was the god of communication and the messenger of the gods to mortals. In our time, we can view him as sharing archetypal insights with us. Often shown with winged feet, he sped messages along, as modern technology does now. Happily, the authors of the blogs in this section can share wisdom about archetypes with you by writing on keyboards and then hitting send, while the ancient woman (above) must laboriously carve his wisdom in stone [CSP1] .
Recently, I joined Rob Kall on his podcast "The Bottom Up Show".
I was thrilled to join some of my former neighbors from my neighborhoods adjacent to UMD. to share information about my new book.
Corey Boutwell, an Australian fitness and entrepreneurial coach, who does work with archetypes that have been stressed in the men's movement, treated me to a very engaged interview.
Understanding Ourselves Through Story with Carol S. Pearson and John Trybus
Myth Salon with Dr. Carol Pearson: Archetypal Narratives for Everyday Life.
What Stories Are YouLiving? guides you through the journey of discovering and understanding the archetypes active in your life.
Great news! You can now download Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change free of charge.
I had a lovely time being interviewed by Jim Lefter from Jim@uthrivehere.com about the power of stories in “new thought” spiritual movements. The episode is airing this week.
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