“Among the most necessary and important tasks of depth psychology is its concern for the creative health of the individual, and for the psychologist of culture, who recognizes that the peril of present-day mankind springs in large part from the one-sided patriarchal development of the male intellectual consciousness no longer kept in balance by the matriarchal world of the psyche, is…. an integration and synthesis necessary to develop the psychic wholeness that is urgently needed if [humanity] is to face the dangers that threaten [its] existence from within and without.”—Erich Neumann
We have begun a new book! From the back cover of the book, “…Jung and Pauli discussed the nature of dreams and their relation to reality, finding surprising common ground between depth psychology and quantum physics and profoundly influencing each other’s work. This portrait of an incredible friendship will fascinate readers interested in psychology, science, creativity and genius.” It’s never too late to join this group.
2001 was released fifty years ago. “It is the most important film ever made. That’s how I felt when I saw it in Chicago, first-run, in the fall of 1968; after countless viewings through a five-decade timespan, my feelings have not wavered,” says John. Jeff will interview John about his opinions and researches, and we will have a general discussion of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece, its mythos, and archetypal implications. John will describe how the film is quintessential in his theory of cinemaesthesia.