Speaking of Jung is a podcast created by Laura London in an effort to explore the life and work of C.G. Jung through in-depth discussions with certified Jungian analysts.

You can listen to the episodes right here in your browser or download them directly to your computer. They are also available on iTunesStitcher, and Google Play.

Follow Laura on Twitter {@jungianLaura} for daily updates and for quotes from whatever she's currently reading. Right now it's Why Good People Do Bad Things: Understanding Our Darker Selves by Jungian analyst James Hollis, Ph.D.

New Blog Post

228 Seestrasse ~ July 11, 2017 ~ Video of Laura's visit outside the Jung family home in Küsnacht in 2015.

Latest Episode

Episode 26: Nathan Schwartz-Salant, Ph.D. ~ June 30, 2017 ~ Jungian analyst and author Nathan Schwartz-Salant discusses why he left science, his encounter with "The Light," his time with James Hillman and Marie-Louise von Franz at the C.G. Jung Institute Zürich, and how his new book, The Order-Disorder Paradox: Understanding the Hidden Side of Change in Self and Society, can help us understand the Donald Trump phenomenon.

News

July 19, 2017

Joining us in September will be Zürich-trained Jungian analyst Richard J. Sweeney, Ph.D. He will be discussing his recent presentation, Dreams and the Dynamics of Transformation.

July 18, 2017

World-renowned astrologer and author Liz Greene, who is also a Jungian analyst, has agreed to do an episode of this podcast after the publication of her latest book. She is the author of The Dark of the Soul: Psychopathology in the Horoscope, Dynamics of the Unconscious: Seminars in Astrological Psychology, and many others. Please visit her Amazon Author Page.

June 22, 2017

The subject of Episode 23, The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works & Worlds of Herbert Crowley, has just been chosen for Kickstarter Gold. If you missed out on the pre-order bonuses for this magnificent art book, you now have another opportunity for rewards like the bronze-plated Wigglemuch pin, giclée prints, digital access, a signed slipcovered edition, resin- and gold-plated statues, and much more. Don't miss this opportunity again, visit the new Kickstarter page. Ends Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 10:59 pm CDT.

May 17, 2017

James Hollis joined us for Episode 25 of the podcast. He will return in August to discuss his book on relationships, The Eden Project: In Search of the Magical Other.


Episodes

Episode 25: James Hollis, Ph.D. ~ May 17, 2017 ~ In the Holy Grail of interviews, Dr. Hollis talks to us about complexes, the shadow, the cult of happiness, typology, politics, and Donald Trump.

Episode 24: Monika Wikman, Ph.D. ~ Feb 23, 2017 ~ Refining Your Inner Bullshit Detector; Pregnant Darkness: Alchemy & the Rebirth of Consciousness; "Sophia's Dreaming Body: The Night Sky as Alchemical Mirror"

Episode 23: Justin Duerr ~ Nov 17, 2016 ~ The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works & Worlds of Herbert Crowley

Episode 22: Maria Helena Mandacarú Guerra ~ Sept 29, 2016 ~ The Love Drama of C.G. Jung: As Revealed in His Life & in His Red Book

Episode 21: Jeffrey Kiehl, Ph.D. ~ Jul 24, 2016 ~ A Jungian Perspective on Global Warming, and his new book, Facing Climate Change: An Integrated Path to the Future

Episode 20: Brockton Hill, J.D. ~ Jul 11, 2016 ~ Psychological Astrology & Terrorism, and Edward Edinger's book, Archetype of the Apocalypse: Divine Vengeance, Terrorism, & the End of the World

Episode 19: Lara Newton ~ Jun 22, 2016 ~ Brothers & Sisters: Discovering the Psychology of Companionship, and what it takes to become a Jungian analyst

Episode 18: John Todd, Ph.D. ~ May 31, 2016 ~ Pacifica Graduate Institute, The Shadow of the Bat, and Batman v Superman

Episode 17: Thomas Patrick Lavin, Ph.D. ~ May 3, 2016 ~ The Trump Phenomena: C.G. Jung, Adolf Hitler, and Donald Trump

Episode 16: Russ Lockhart, Ph.D. ~ Apr 16, 2016 ~ Psyche Speaks; Words as Eggs; Dreams, Bones & the Future; and his personal encounters with Hilde Kirsch, Suzanne Wagner, Gilles Quispel, Edward Edinger, James Hillman, M. Esther Harding, and Alice O. Howell

Episode 15: Graham Jackson ~ Apr 1, 2016 ~ The Secret Lore of Gardening, The Living Room Mysteries, and the War on Eros

Episode 14: George Hogenson, Ph.D. ~ Mar 14, 2016 ~ Jung's Struggle with Freud

Episode 13: Deldon Anne McNeely, Ph.D. ~ Feb 28, 2016 ~ Visions of Genius: Jung, Joyce & Lucia, and Becoming: Jung's Concept of Individuation

Episode 12: Barbara Davies, Ph.D. ~ Feb 4, 2016 ~ While in Zürich, Laura had the chance to sit down with Dr. Barbara Davies, who received her analytic training directly from Marie-Louise von Franz

Episode 11: Laura London ~ Jan 16, 2016 ~ Shaun Lau from No, Totally! stepped in as guest host to interview Laura about her recent trip to Zürich

Episode 10: Fred Gustafson, Ph.D. ~ Dec 14, 2015 ~ The Black Madonna of Einsiedeln: An Ancient Image for Our Present Time

Episode 9: Murray Stein, Ph.D. ~ Dec 6, 2015 ~ A Jungian approach to current world events, including ISIS, and an overview of the various Jungian training programs in Zürich

Episode 8: David Schoen ~ Nov 11, 2015 ~ The War of the Gods in Addiction: C.G. Jung, Alcoholics Anonymous, & Archetypal Evil, and Divine Tempest: The Hurricane As a Psychic Phenomenon

Episode 7: Christina Becker ~ Nov 3, 2015 ~ The Heart of the Matter: Individuation as an Ethical Process

Episode 6: Mark Winborn, Ph.D. ~ Oct 29, 2015 ~ Jungian analysis contrasted with other psychoanalytic perspectives, as well as medications, treatment effectiveness, the therapeutic relationship, and how to choose an analyst

Episode 5: Daryl Sharp ~ Oct 15, 2015 ~ Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology

Episode 4: John Dourley, Ph.D. ~ Oct 1, 2015 ~ The Illness That We Are: A Jungian Critique of Christianity

Episode 3: Frith Luton ~ Sept 20, 2015 ~ Bees, Honey & the Hive: Circumambulating the Centre – A Jungian Exploration of the Symbolism & Psychology

Episode 2: J. Gary Sparks ~ Sept 8, 2015 ~ At the Heart of Matter: Synchronicity & Jung's Spiritual Testament

Episode 1: Daryl Sharp ~ Aug 26, 2015 ~ The founding of Inner City Books, his relationship with Marie-Louise von Franz, and his first title, The Secret Raven: Conflict & Transformation in the Life of Franz Kafka

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