The Rebel Wisdom YouTube channel features speakers who help make sense of the uncertain times we live in. They support the notion that there needs to be a platform for ideas that the mainstream media don’t give airtime. I will show a few clips, and we can discuss in light of Jung, Gebser, Hillman, etc.
Here are the talks and workshops that happened at the Monterey Friends of CG Jung.
In his seminal work Revisioning Psychology, James Hillman presents his Archetypal Psychology in the direction of “soul making.” Hillman is a major influence at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara where his archives are located. Our Legacy Series is a seminar study. Open discussion is encouraged as we work our way through the book. All are welcome to join our ongoing discussions of Hillman’s approach to depth psychology.
We’ll use Robert Bosnak’s book A Little Course in Dreams to learn more techniques for working with our dreams. Offer some of your dreams if you wish so that we can bring his suggestions to life.
The term existentialism was prominent at the end of World War II into the 1960s— with themes of despair and dread, the absurd, existence-precedes-essence, freedom, intentionality, intersubjectivity, etc. Ideas such as these appear in a classic book Christianity and Existentialism (1963), with essays titled “The Paradox and Death of God” by William Earle and “The Absence of God” by James M. Edie. In the final essay, “The Rebirth of the Divine,” John Wild concludes, “God may have died in the…