Jungian archetypes abound in fairy tales and dreams. What can we learn from them? What might they mean for you?
in Jungian terms, the “shadow” refers to those aspects of ourselves we reject. Are there aspects of yourself you keep hidden, that only appear in your dreams?
New findings in affective neuroscience show the critical role emotions play in our thinking. Emotions help us judge and place value on the facts.
How do we untangle precognitive knowing from mere coincidence?
In my second conversation with rabbi and Jungian therapist Tirzah Firestone, we discuss “unfinished psychological tasks” and other aspects of inherited transgenerational trauma.
A Personal Perspective: What does it mean to be more at home in the world? How can we create a sense of belonging and identity despite our rapidly changing environment?
Jungian psychotherapist and rabbi Tirzah Firestone discusses her work in healing transgenerational trauma.
What we remember about ourselves shapes the stories we tell about who we are, which shapes who we become. Are memories just where events are stored, or the foundation of our values?
“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of all true art and true science.”—Albert Einstein
When are we being altruistic and when are our motives compromised by self-interest? How do we disentangle our desire to help from our desire to please or to avoid conflict?