Spirituality, Dreams & Nightmares

This journey launches us from the attic of our Mansion of Stories–taking us to the alps of Switzerland and to the and the spine-tingling encounter with a group of seekers who encounter some Jungian analysts. In a creative documentary style, we explore the relationship between spirituality and Jungian psychology.

We’ll visit a 14th Century Benedictine Monestary in Einsiedeln, watch the performance of a modern passion play in the outdoor Welttheater inspired by the Baroque dramatists Don Pedro Calderon.

We’ll hear how Jungian analysts connect the dots between the heady discoveries of Dr. Carl Jung and everyday life, and we’ll visit Jung’s private tower retreat in Bolingen. Just follow the link to Youtube.

Spirituality, Dreams & Nightmares Pt. 1

This journey launches us from the attic of our Mansion of Stories–taking us to the alps of Switzerland and to the and the spine-tingling encounter with a group of seekers who encounter some Jungian analysts. In a creative documentary style, we explore the relationship between spirituality and Jungian psychology.

Spirituality, Dreams & Nightmares Pt. 2

Here we encounter a heady blending of spiritual traditions, psychological insights, and cultural discoveries. We even have an opportunity to visit Jung’s own place of retreat, his beloved Bolingen. Ready? Take a look.

Spirituality, Dreams & Nightmares Pt. 3

This retreat-like atmosphere gives us an opportunity to slow down, reflect, enjoy the bucolic landscape, as Jungian Analysts explore the tumultuous world of the psyche. We’ll hear how Jungian analysts connect the dots between the heady discoveries of Dr. Carl Jung and everyday life. We’ll explore how cultures hold together the tension of opposites, male/female, … Continue reading »

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