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"Depth Insights™" provides Jungian and Depth Psychology oriented Media and Content for Depth Psychology Alliance and other affiliates. Current offerings include the Audio & Video episodes featured below, as well as a the scholarly E-Zine, "Depth Insights™". Currently there are five issues of the eZine, free to download or read online.

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"Jung, Alchemy, and the Tree of Life"— Eva Rider with Bonnie Bright as they discuss an ancient glyph offers a deepened understanding into Jung’s concetps of archetype, image and symbol 9-4-14
Isis Code: Revelations from Brain Research and Systems Science on the Search for Human Perfection and Happiness, Bonnie Bright with Ariane Page on her book about Jung, Depth Psychology, Nature, Medicine and the Brain 8-22-13
The Roots of Mass Shootings: A Depth Psychological Look at Gun Violence in America--Bonnie Bright with Dr. Glen Slater as they discuss his article "The Mythology of Bullets" (which appeared in Spring Journal Issue 81, "The Psychology of Violence)" and it's relevance in the current culture in the aftermath of increasing instances of gun rampages. 1-12-13
"Beyond Horror and Hope: The Archetypal Intersection of Innocence and Evil," a two-oart exploratory conversation using a depth psychological perspective in response to the Sandy Hook Connecticut school shooting by Jungian Analyst Michael Conforti, Ph.D., moderated by Bonnie Bright, M.A. Part 1: 12-20-12
Part 2: 12-27-12
Exile and Myth in American Culture-On Politics, Grief & Ritual--Bonnie Bright talks to Barry Spector about how America became a culture of exile, and the ever-greater need for mythology, archetypal thinking, ritual, and grieving 10-19-12
Telling the Difference: Where Poetry and Jungian Psychology Converge--Bonnie Bright with Poet and Jungian Analyst, Paul Watsky, as he offers up the story of how he was led to each career, and shares his work that opens the door into the deep poetic leanings of soul. "Telling the Difference" is the only book of poetry in the 2012 free online Depth Psychology Alliance Book Club 9-18-12

Out of the Shadows: A Story of CG Jung, Toni Wolff & Emma Jung--Bonnie Bright with Elizabeth Clark-Stern who reveals the rich archetypal dimensions of this historical triangular relationship between CG Jung and two remarkable women

8-14-12
Deep Blues: The Connection Between Blues Music and Jungian Psychology-- Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst Mark Winborn on the history and archetypal symbolism of blues music 7-11-12
Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way -- Bonnie Bright discusses the new anthology and stories of it's birth with Jungian analysts Naomi Ruth Lowinsky and Patricia Damery 6-17-12
Terrapsychology: Earthrise, Mythic Image, and the Psychology of Place--Bonnie Bright with Craig Chalquist, Ph.D., educator and author of ReBearths: Conversation with a World Ensouled 5-21-12
Jung, Osiris, and the Secrets of Alchemical Transformation--Bonnie Bright with Dr. Thom Cavalli, featured author on the Depth Psychology Alliance free online book club in May 4-21-12
The Role of Dreams and Dream-like Experiences in Psycho-Spiritual Emergence Processes--Bonnie Bright with Dr. Darlene Viggiano 4-19-12
The Living Archive: Stories from Opus Archives & Research Center--Bonnie Bright with Safron Rossi, Ph.D., Director of Opus Archives & Research Center--home of the manuscript and archival collections of scholars including Joseph Campbell and James Hillman 4-1-12
Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism Bonnie Bright with Ken Kimmel, Jungian analyst and author of the April online Depth Psychology Alliance Book Club selection 3-16-12
Jung, Crop Circles, and the Re-emergence of the Archetypal Feminine--Bonnie Bright with Gary Bobroff, author & presenter at the FIRST local Depth Psychology Chapter meeting in the San Francisco Bay Area, March 23, 2012 2-21-12
Field, Form, & Fate: Patterns iin Nature and Psyche--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Dr. Michael Conforti--March Book Club selection on Depth Psycholgy Alliance 2-13-12
Tragic Beauty: The Dark Side of Venus Aphrodite and the Loss and Regeneration of Soul--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst and Author Arlene Landau. 2-4-12

The Cycle of Life: Themes and Tales of the Journey--an Intro to the February 2012 Depth Psychology Alliance free online Book Club selection--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst Dr. Erel Shalit.

1-18-12
Beyond the Mask, the Rising Sign, and the Second Half of Life: Intro to a Free Online Study Group for February 2012 on Depth Psychology Alliance with long-time astrologer Kathleen Burt and Bonnie Bright 01-12-12
The Shaman, the Capitalist, and the Self: The Story Behind the Story in Numenon: Bonnie Bright with Psychologist/Fiction-Writer Sandy Nathan. *SPECIAL NOTE: Sandy Nathan is tending the free online book club on Depth Psychology Alliance in January 2012 12-16-11
The Sister From Below: On Poetry, the Muse, and Why We Create--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst & Poet Naomi Ruth Lowinsky 11-1-11
The Myth of American Innocence and the Call for Grieving: Bonnie Bright with Author Barry Spector 10-25-11
Matter, Spirit, and Other Ways of Knowing: Bonnie Bright with Jungian analyst and author Patricia Damery 10-04-11
What are Your Dreams Telling You? - Bonnie Bright with Jungian analyst and Pioneer in Psyche/Matter Studies, Dr. Michael Conforti of Assisi Institute 09-08-11
Between Honey & Pain: Colony Collapse Disorder and the Colonization of the Wild--Bonnie Bright 04-15-11

A Depth Psychological Exchange on Alchemy, Mythology, and Permaculture: A Candid Conversation with Bonnie Bright and Author/Researcher Willi Paul, Founder of OpenMythSource.com & PlanetShifter.com

03-11-11
Where Neuroscience and Psychology Converge for Greater Consciousness--with Ernest Rossi Ph.D. & Kathryn Rossi Ph.D. 3-03-11

Psychology, Alchemy, Egypt & the Ongoing Archetypal Struggle --with Thom Cavalli Ph.D.

2-18-11

Depth Psychology, Rebearths, and Deep Education --with Craig Chalquist, Ph.D.

2-6-11

Embodying the Power of the Storm--with Katrina Martin Davenport, M.A.

2-5-11

Cultural Change as a Reality in Today's World & the Growing Need for Alliances--with Lori Pye, Ph.D.

2-4-11

The Psychology and Promise of Neuromarketing with Christophe Morin, M.B.A.

1-30-11
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Jung, Alchemy, and the Tree of Life

What is the relationship between Jung’s Alchemical Psychology and the Hermetic Tree of Life? The study of alchemy as elucidated by this ancient glyph offers a deepened understanding into Jung’s of archetype, image and symbol, bridging the collective and the personal psyche as it reflects the Soul’s initiatory journey.

When circuits between the archetypal, imaginative and physical realms are open, an understanding of paths leading towards Individuation or wholeness is revealed. Entering into the realm of liminal spaces between the worlds, quickening the cosmic dance between force and form, above and below, masculine and feminine, macrocosm and microcosm, alpha and omega, we evoke a synthesis wherein the dancer and the dance become one.

Join depth psychotherapist, Rider, MFT, in conversation with Bonnie Bright for Depth Insights. Depth Insights is a media affiliate of the free online depth psychology community, Depth Psychology Alliance (www.DepthPsychologyAlliance.com).

Posted September 5, 2014
Approx 36 mins

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Eva Rider, depth psychotherapist

Eva Rider


Eva Rider MA, LMFT, is a Jungian depth psychotherapist, workshop leader and lecturer. She holds a BA in history from McGill University and an MA in psychology from John F. Kennedy University, where she taught as adjunct instructor.

Eva is a graduate of the Marion Woodman BodySoul Rhythms®Leadership Training, a certified Hypnotherapist, and Dreamwork teacher, exploring personal and archetypal dream processes using fairy tale, myth, music, art, poetry and movement  
Eva’s passion is a journey of unveiling the feminine through correspondences between Jungian theory, alchemy and Psyche/Soma as revealed through the glyph of the Hermetic Tree of Life.

She can be reached at www.reclaimingsoul.com


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Isis Code: Revelations from Brain Research and Systems Science on the Search for Human Perfection and Happiness

Carl Gustav Jung has visualized wholeness in the collective unconscious and its archetypes. Quantum physicist David Bohm saw it in what he named the"implicate order" which sustains, guides and organizes energy. Not surprisingly also, as it is in all of us, perennial traditions intuitively expressed it through their myths, legends and even used it efficiently in their medical systems.

Most importantly, it is consequently expressed through the brain, an obvious fractal aspect of it. This brain being also an observable physical object, a consensus becomes possible as to the model at its origin. Putting these together, Ariane Page in her book Isis Code describes this ultimate model as the LIFE biosystem (Law Inherent to the Five Elements).

Join me with Ariane Page for a stimulating and informative conversation that covers a range of topics including Carl Jung, depth psychology, nature, biology, neuroscience, and the elusive quality of "oneness"

Posted August 23, 2013
Approx 40 mins

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Ariane Page

Ariane Page
book: Isis Code


Ariane Page was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She studied and worked in communications as an assistant director for CBC TV Montreal for such renown television shows as Femme d'Aujourd'hui (Today's Woman) and La Semaine Verte (The Green Week). Since two of her siblings had physical handicaps her interest in health sciences was always strong and she became a hygienist-naturopath and managed a natural health clinic for over 30 years. She also studied Education Science at Nanterre University in Paris, France. She is a member of the ISSS (International Society for the Systems Science).

In Paris, she studied naturopathy, psychosomatic medicine, studied and taught yoga and provided relaxation sessions to groups and pregnant women.
Over time, Ariane followed her interests in Jungian psychology, religious traditions, relationships, art, systems science, and brain research. This resulted in the elaboration of the LIFE biosystem for which Isis Code is the reference book. Ariane now lives in Quebec, where she offers personal consultations on LIFE biosystem's applications.

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Spring Journal Vol 81: The Psychology of Violence
 
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The Roots of Mass Shootings: A Depth Psychological Look at Gun Violence in America: After the mass school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT, in December 2013, I moderated a 2-part teleseminar series with Jungian analyst Michael Conforti for the Depth Psychology community and the general public in which we engaged in a depth psychological and archetypal discussion about the event. A key piece of research I engaged in preparation was an article by long-time Pacifica professor, Glen Slater, "The Mythology of Bullets" (which appeared in Spring Journal Issue 81, "The Psychology of Violence)"

In the essay, Slater discusses his powerful and intriguing 2009 article entitled "The Mythology of Bullets" (Spring Journal, Volume 81 "The Psychology of Violence") in which he addresses the major mainstream issues that always arise in such devastating events: gun violence, media influence, and mental health. 

However, Slater goes much deeper to look at the archetypal aspects of guns in America, how our inherent cultural roots come into play, and how the uncompromising drive of the American Dream insists we succeed at any cost.

Join me with Dr. Glen Slater for an engaging and important discussion of the roots of mass shootings and the depth psychological and archetypal aspects of guns in America.

Posted January 12, 2013
Approx 42 mins


Glen Slater PhD
Glen Slater, Ph.D.


Glen Slater Ph.D. holds degrees in Religious Studies and in Clinical Psychology and has taught Jungian and Archetypal perspectives at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara for nearly two decades.

Glen edited and introduced Volume 3 of James Hillman’s Uniform Edition—“Senex and Puer”, as well as a volume of essays, “Varieties of Mythic Experience” (with Dennis Patrick Slattery), and has contributed a number of essays to various Jungian publications. Glen is the film review editor at Spring Journal and a regular contributor to that publication.

spring journal vol81 Psychology of Violence

SPECIAL NOTE: Spring Journal has generously allowed Depth Insights to publish a link to Glen's full article, "The Mythology of Bullets" so you can download it here
This article appeared in
Spring Journal, Volume 81, (2009): "The Psychology of Violence."

DETAILS/PURCHASE THE ENTIRE ISSUE HERE

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"Beyond Horror and Hope: The Archetypal Intersection of Innocence and Evil" Session 1 (December 20, 2012) and Session 2 (December 27, 2012) are exploratory conversations using a depth psychological perspective in response to the Sandy Hook Connecticut school shooting by Jungian Analyst Michael Conforti, Ph.D., moderated by Bonnie Bright, M.A.

The horrific tragedy in Newtown, CT has left us all grappling with the trauma of senseless acts of violence, in this case, violence perpetrated on the most helpless and innocent among us, our children. While we may never understand what it is that allows for such atrocities, we have to continue to search for meaning, a way to understand and perhaps, to stem the tide of this force.

What are the archetypal influences underpinning the horror of the Newtown, CT school shooting---and those of so many recent violent events perpetrated on innocents with legal firearms. Is evil a reality? Is it an age-old pattern that becomes constellated under certain conditions? How do we find hope in the horror when tragedy strikes? 

Join us, as together we bear witness to this tragedy and search for a way through the darkness to a place of understanding.

Session 1 posted December 21, approx 1hour 3 mins
Session 2 posted December 28, 2012, approx 1 hour 20 mins

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Michael Conforti, Ph.D.
Bonnie Bright M.A.
Bonnie Bright, M.A.

Michael Conforti, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst, and is the founder and director of the Assisi Institute. A pioneer in the field of matter-psyche studies, Dr. Conforti is actively is investigating the workings of archetypal fields and the relationship between Jungian psychology and the New Sciences. His groundbreaking work has resulted in a new and growing arena, Archetypal Pattern Analysis™. He has been a faculty member at the C.G. Jung Institute- Boston, the C.G Jung Foundation of New York, and has served as a Senior Associate faculty member in the Doctoral and Master's Programs in Clinical Psychology at Antioch New England. Dr. Conforti has presented widely to international audiences.

Bonnie Bright, M.A. holds Masters'degrees in Psychology and Depth Psychology and is the founder of Depth Psychology Alliance, the world's first comprehensive online community for depth psychology. She is the principle of Depth Insights, focused on creating depth psychology media and education, including podcasts and a scholarly e-zine of the same name. She recently launchedDepthPsychologyList.comto find and list depth-oriented practitioners. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA.

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AUDIO: Exile & Myth in American Culture-On Politics, Grief & Ritual

Bonnie Bright talks to Barry Spector about how America became a culture of exile, and the ever-greater need for mythology, archetypal thinking, ritual and grieving in the face of what Barry calls "The Myth of American Innocence." Barry’s book "Madness at the Gates of the City: The Myth Of American Innocence” is the featured book for the Depth Psychology Alliance free online book club in the month of November. Learn more by clicking here.

Posted October 19, 2012
Approx 42 mins

 

 

>>>READ A BLOG SUMMARY & REVIEW of the audio interview by Len Cruz of Asheville Jung Center

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Barry Spector writes about American history and politics from the perspectives of myth, indigenous traditions and archetypal psychology. In addition to Madness At The Gates Of The City, Barry maintains an active blog that takes an archetypal look at current events and culture and which, along with his essays, can be found at www.madnessatthegates.com.

Barry and his wife Maya conduct an annual Day of the Dead grief ritual that will take place on November 3rd, 2012, near Berkeley, CA. Learn more at www.barryandmayaspector.com

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AUDIO: Telling the Difference: Where Poetry and Jungian Psychology Converge

Bonnie Bright speaks with Poet and Jungian Analyst, Paul Watsky, as he offers up the story of how he was led to each career, and shares his work that opens the door into the deep poetic leanings of soul. "Telling the Difference" is the only book of poetry (featured in the month of October) in the 2012 free online Depth Psychology Alliance Book Club.

"To quote Norman O. Brown quoting Euripedes, "God made an opening for the unexpected," and at long last we have what many of us have greatly desired: a collection of poems by Paul Watsky.

"Paul Watsky's is a singular voice in contemporary poetry, with a range that encompasses the wry, the mordant, the laugh-out-loud funny and the deeply moving, often within the same poem." -Charles Martin

Posted September 18, 2012
Approx 37 mins

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Paul Watsky is the author of the poetry collection Telling The Difference grew up in New York City and began writing poetry during high school. He now lives and works in San Francisco, where he earns his living as a Jungian analyst. 

He has published three chapbooks, "More Questions Than Answers" (tel-let 2001) "Sea Side" (tel-let 2003), and "Extra Innings," (2010, online at Interpoezia), cotranslated with Emiko Miyashita Santoka (Tokyo, PIE Books, 2006), and has poems in various journals, including Poetry Flash, The Cream City Review, onthebus, The Asheville Poetry Review, The Pinch, Natural Bridge, The Alabama Review, and forthcoming in Many Mountains Moving.

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AUDIO: Out of the Shadows: A Story of CG Jung, Toni Wolff & Emma Jung

Bonnie Bright with Elizabeth Clark-Stern who reveals the rich archetypal dimensions of this historical triangular relationship between CG Jung and two remarkable women.

“Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung” is a dialogue about shadow and the complexities of relationships and theory at the dawn of the field of psychology. The book is the featured selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance free online book club in September 2012.

The year is 1910. Sigmund Freud and his heir-apparent, Carl Jung, are changing the way we think about human nature and the mind. 22-year-old TONI WOLFF enters the heart of this world as Jung's patient. His wife, EMMA JUNG, is 26, a mother of four, aspiring to help her husband create the new science of psychology. Despite their passionate rivalry for Jung's mind and heart, the two women often find themselves allied.

Their relationship spans 40 years, following the development of the field of psychology, and the moral and professional choices of some of its major players.

Posted August 14, 2012
Approx 34 mins

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Elizabeth Clark-Stern is a psychotherapist in private practice in Seattle,Washington. Before embracing this beloved work, she worked as a professional screenwriter.

Her produced plays and teleplays include "All I Could See from Where I Stood", "Help Wanted", and "To See the Elephant". Her play, "Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung", published by Fisher King Press, has been performed in Seattle, at the International Jungian Congress in South Africa, and for the Archetypal Theater Company in New Orleans.

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AUDIO: Deep Blues: The Connection Between Blues Music and Jungian Psychology

Bonnie Bright speaks with Jungian anlayst Dr. Mark Winborn on the history of the blues and it's archetypal connection to emotion, shamanism, and healing

 

Blues music can be traced from centuries of tribal rhythm in Africa across the waters with the age of slavery and through work gangs, chain gangs, and other trauma-related eras and activities as those who made the music took on the invitation to sink into the emotions blues encompasses.

In this fascinating interview, Jungian analyst Mark Winborn shares his research into the healing aspects for blues music and the way it overlaps with Jungian psychology and the archetype of shamanism. Mark's book Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey is the August selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club.

Posted: July 11, 2012
36 mins

Jungian Mark Winborn Craig Chalquist PhD

Mark Winborn Ph.D, NCPsyA is a Jungian Psychoanalyst and Clinical Psychologist. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Memphis in 1987 and his certificate in Jungian Psychoanalysis from the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts in 1999. In 2011 he published Deep Blues: Human Soundscapes for the Archetypal Journey with Fisher King Press. 

Dr. Winborn maintains a private practice in Memphis, Tennessee where he is also currently the Training Coordinator for the Memphis Jungian Seminar, a training seminar of the IRSJA. Away from the office, he has played regularly with the Blue Blake Trio at Blues Hall on Beale Street and later with his own band, The Wolf River Travelers.

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AUDIO: Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way

Bonnie Bright speaks with Naomi Ruth Lowinsky and Patricia Damery about the power of synchronicity of creation and their new exciting anthology in the field of Jungian psychology.

 

Bringing together personal stories from a unique group of Jungian analysts and authors in the field of depth psychology must surely be a challenging task.

In this revealing interview, Jungian analysts and editors Patricia Damery and Naomi Ruth Lowinsky share their own stories of the way in which the book Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way, the July selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club came to fruition.

Posted: June 17, 2012
40 mins

 

San Fran Bay Area Event

In the San Fran Bay Area Juy 28?
Join local Alliance members for refreshements and community
during a special afternoon book celebration/author event with
Patricia and Naomi

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Craig Chalquist PhD Marked by Fire Thom Cavalli

Naomi Ruth Lowinsky and Patricia Damery are the editors of the new anthology Marked by Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way, the July selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club.

Naomi Ruth Lowinsky is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute and a widely published poet. Her recent memoir, The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way tells stories of her "pushy" muse. Naomi is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find her Female Roots and three books of poetry.

Patricia Damery, also an analyst member of the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco i is in private psychotherapy practice in Napa, California. Patricia has published Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation--which weaves a fascinating tale of her analytic training and simultaneous entry into Biodynamic farming--along and her latest novel, Snakes, the story about the demise of a family farm. Patricia and her husband farm a Biodynamic organic ranch.

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Visit Patricia's Jungian Blog Site or her blog from the biodynamic ranch

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AUDIO: Terrapsychology: Earthrise, Mythic Image, and the Psychology of Place

Bonnie Bright speaks with Dr. Craig Chalquist about Terrapsychology, Encyclopedia Sophia, and"Earthrise" as a mythic image a la Joseph Campbell.

 

Craig Chalquist has walked a lot of the landscape of depth psychology since he first coined the term "terrapsychology" nearly a decade ago. Here Craig speaks about how "patterns, shapes, features and motifs at play in the nonhuman world scupt our ideas, our habits, our relationships, culture, and sense of self" a quote from Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled (p. 6), the June selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club.

Posted: May 21, 2012

34 mins

 

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In the San Fran Bay Area August 18, 2012?
REGISTER>Join local Alliance members for refreshments and community
during a special evening with Dr. Craig Chalquist
as he presents Earthrise: Beacon of a New Worldview based on ideas from Joseph Campbell.

Craig Chalquist PhD Thom Cavalli

Craig Chalquist Ph.D. is the author of 8 books and editor of 2 anthologies, including Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled, the June selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club. Currently a core faculty member in East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, Dr. Chalquist has also taught at John F. Kennedy University, Antioch University, Prescott College, and Pacifica Graduate Institute among others.

Craig's comprehensive work in the field(s) of depth psychology, ecopsychology, and mythology have given rise to a number of groundbreaking unique programs including Encyclopedia Sophia, an online repository for culture mentors, and Earthrise--a vision for a mythic image for our time.

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Alchemy

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AUDIO: Listen to Jung, Osiris and the Secrets of Alchemical Transformation

Bonnie Bright speaks with Dr. Thom Cavalli about Alchemy, Jung's interest in the subject, and how the Egyptian myth of Osiris can play a role in the alchemical individuation process

 

With his keen understanding of alchemy--and a strong grasp of Jung and Jungian psychology--Thom talks about the stages of alchemy, how C.G. Jung viewed it, and how a greater understanding of alchemical processes at work in our lives can be had by turning to the the 5000-year-old myth of the Egyptian god, Osiris.

Posted: April 21, 2012

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Thom Cavalli book-Embodying Osiris

Thom Cavalli, is a Jungian psychologist in private practice in Santa Ana CA. He has authored two major books, Alchemical Psychology: Old Recipes for Living in a New World (Putnam 2002) and the May Depth Psychology Alliance online book club selection, the critically acclaimed Embodying Osiris: The Secrets of Alchemical Transformation (Quest 2010).

Dr. Cavalli is a favored keynote speaker and he has published a number of articles on alchemical psychology and related topics.With thirty years of administrative experience, Dr. Cavalli has served in a number of clinical settings and has consulted to major corporations. He also provides writing/dissertation coaching and clinical supervision.

Thom is tending the online book club during the month of May on Depth Psychology Alliance.

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LISTEN: The Role of Dreams and Dream-Like Experiences in Psycho-Spiritual Crisis

Bonnie Bright speaks with Dr. Darlene Viggiano about Viggiano's research on the Role of Dreams and Dream-like Experiences in Psycho-Spiritual Emergence Processes

 

Everyone goes through challenging times of psycho-spiritual growth. Join Bonnie with Darlene as she explores the functionof dreams and visions during crucial periods of psycho-spiritual development. Darlene's work is based on research that analyzed seven cases of extraordinary experiences associated with dreaming and dream-like states.

Posted: April 19, 2012

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Dr. Darlene Viggiano dReams and dreamlike experiences book

Darlene B. Viggiano, Ph.D. (MFT), author of Dreams and Dream-like Experiences: Their Role in Spiritual Emergence Processes, has co-led group dream analysis for Saybrook University, where she also presented on "Brain Activation Patterns and Neuro-physiological Correlates of Hypnotic Dreaming." She also led an experiential workshop on “Spiritual Diversity: Using dreams to identify and treat spiritual problems” for the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness and has presented extensively and authored numerous peer-reviewed articles on the topic.

Learn more about the FREE Special Online Study Group with Darlene during May on Depth Psychology Alliance

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LISTEN: The Living Archives: Stories from Opus Archives & Research Center

Bonnie Bright speaks with Safron Rossi, Ph.D., Director of Opus Archives & Research Center--home of the manuscript and archival collections of scholars including Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, and Marion Woodman.

 

The archival collections of the OPUS Archives make up a valuable resource and are highly relevant to the field of depth psychology. In this interview, Safron describes the 9 major collections at Opus Archives and how they inform the work of our time. Safron shares stories she has witnessed of synchronicities researchers experience while she tends this living archive in her daily work.

April 1, 2012

33 mins

Safron Rossi Ph.D., Director of Opus Archives and Research Center Researcher at OPUS Archives Campbell Library

OPUS Archives & Research Center, located on the campuses of Pacifica Graduate Institute near Santa Barbara, CA, is free and open to the public. Appointments to visit the archives or the library collections are welcomed.

Director of Opus Archives & Research Center, Safron Rossi, Ph.D., is also Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, teaching courses on mythology and depth psychology. She earned her Ph.D. in Mythological Studies in 2009 and her writing and scholarly studies focus on archetypal psychology, feminist studies, and the western astrological tradition.

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LISTEN: Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism Bonnie Bright speaks with Ken Kimmel, Jungian analyst and author.

   
 

Join Bonnie Bright and Jungian psychoanalyst Ken Kimmel as they discuss the powerful influence of narcissism and how it impacts men's psyche and influences relationships with the women who love them.

Ken's recent book, Eros and the Shattering Gaze: Transcending Narcissism (the Depth Psychology Alliance Online Book Club selection for April 2012) discusses a culturally and historically embedded narcissism underlying men's endlessly driven romantic projections and erotic fantasies, that has appropriated their understanding of what love truly is. Men enveloped in narcissism fear their interiority and all relationships with emotional depth that prove too overwhelming to bear--so much so that the lover must either be colonized or devalued. 

Ken shares stories which illuminate many areas of common ground that Jung's Analytical psychology shares with contemporary schools of depth psychology and psychoanalysis.

March 16, 2012

32 mins

Ken Kimmel Ken Kimmel book

Jungian Analyst Ken Kimmel, MA, LMFT, LMHC, is a Jungian psychoanalyst in Seattle with over 30 years of clinical practice, an alum of Sonoma State College and a graduate of North Pacific Institute for Analytical Psychology. His current interests concern  the interface of Analytical Psychology with contemporary psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and mystical traditions.

Ken is tending the online book club during the month of April on Depth Psychology Alliance

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Listen: Jung, Crop Circles, and the Re-emergence of the Archetypal Feminine--Bonnie Bright with Gary Bobroff, author & presenter at the first local Depth Psychology Chapter meeting in the San Francisco Bay Area, March 23.

   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Gary Bobroff, M.A., about his fascinating research into the phenomenon of crop circles and their connection to C.G. Jung and his archetypes. Join us to learn how the Mystery of the crop circles is a potential herald to the re-emrgence of the archetypal feminine in the collective. Join us in the San Francisco Bay Area as Gary presents at the first local Depth Psychology Chapter meeting in the San Francisco Bay Area, March 23. Learn more/Register now.

February 21, 2012

35 mins

 

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Gary Bobroff Gary Bobroff

Gary Samuel Bobroff, M.A. has an undergraduate degree in philosophy and a Master's degree in Jungian-oriented Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. He has been privileged to visit Crop Circles in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. He is writer, therapist and workshop leader.

For centuries, but particularly in the last few decades, Crop Circles have been a mysterious visitor arriving at our door. Recently, we have been able to scientifically identify that this phenomenon is no hoax, but something authentically unknown. In an engaging look at the science, history, and symbolic nature of this modern mystery, Gary S. Bobroff, M.A., offers a framework for the reader's own deeper consideration of Crop Circles. Placing this modern “dream” into the context of modern reality, Jung, Crop Circles & the Re-Emergence of the Archetypal Feminine considers what it means to live in an era when we are encountering such a new wonder.

Public welcome as Gary presents at the San Francisco Bay Depth Psychology Alliance Meetup: Friday, March 23.

Gary's web site: JungandCropCircles.net

 

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AUDIO: Listen to "Field, Form & Fate: Patterns in Nature & Psyche with Bonnie Bright & Jungian Dr. Michael Conforti

   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Dr. Michael Conforti on his pioneering work with Psyche-Matter studies and the resulting book, "Field, Form, and Fate" (Spring Journal Books)--the March selection for the FREE online book club on Depth Psychology Alliance.

February 13, 2012

33 mins

Jungian Michael Conforti Jungian Michael Conforti

Michael Conforti -- Michael Conforti, Ph.D. is a Jungian Analyst, and is the founder and director of the Assisi Institute. Dr. Conforti's work has resulted not only in a training institute based on his discoveries, but also the development of a new discipline, Archetypal Pattern Analysis. 

A pioneer in the field of matter-psyche studies, Dr. Conforti is actively investigating the workings of archetypal fields and the relationship between Jungian psychology and the New Sciences. He is the author of Threshold Experiences: The Archetype of Beginnings (2007) and the book we’ll be discussing today,  “Field, Form and Fate: Patterns in Mind, Nature and Psyche” (Spring Journal Books).

Dr. Conforti maintains a private practice in Vermont. He provides his insights as a sought-after consultant to businesses, government institutions, and the film industry. He has served as script consultant on the 2008 film, Pride and Glory. He has also been asked to consult on the application of field theory to the understanding and resolution of international border disputes.

Dr. Conforti's book, Field, Form, and Fate (available through Spring Journal Books) is the March 2013 selection for the Depth Psychology Alliance online book club.

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AUDIO: Listen to Tragic Beauty: The Dark Side of Venus Aphrodite and the Loss and Regeneration of Soul--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst and Author Arlene Landau.

   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Dr. Landau on how the Venus/Aphrodite archetype manifests in our culture and the role Jungian analysis as a way to understand it.

February 4, 2012

25 mins

Arlene Landau Tragic Beauty book

Dr. Arlene Landau received her Diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, California in 1995 and a Ph.D. in Mythological Studies in Depth Psychology from the Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2001. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art and a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology, both from California State University at Northridge.

Arlene is the author of the new book,
Tragic Beauty: The Dark Side of Venus Aphrodite and the Loss and Regeneration of Soul (Spring Journal Books)

Dr. Arlene Landau's web site
View the BOOK PAGE at Spring Journal Books

 
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watch Watch the interview with Erel Shalit VIDEO: Watch The Cycle of Life: Themes and Tales of the Journey-- an Intro to the February 2012 Depth Psychology Alliance free online Book Club selection--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst Dr. Erel Shalit
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AUDIO: Listen to The Cycle of Life: Themes and Tales of the Journey

   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Jungian Analyst & Author Dr. Erel Shalit whose text The Cycle of Life has been selected for the free online Book Club on Depth Psychology Alliance for the month of February.

January 18, 2012

34 mins

Jungian Erel Shalit The Cycle of Life

Dr. Erel Shalit is a Jungian psychoanalyst in Ra'anana, Israel & the author of The Cycle of Life: Themes and Tales of the Journey (2011), the February Depth Psychology Alliance selection for the free online book club.The Cycle of Lifeexplores crucial archetypal images of the journey & the stages of life, illustrated by dreams, myths & tales. The sense of meaning along one’s individual journey through life is exemplified by personal stories and clinical vignettes.
More about the Depth Psychology Book Club
More about Dr. Erel Shalit & the February book
Order The Cycle of Life book here

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listen LIsten to Kathleen Burt with Bonnie Bright Listen to Beyond the Mask: Astrology, the Rising Sign, & the Second Half of Life-- an Intro to the Special Online Study Group for February 2012 on Depth Psychology Alliance-Bonnie Bright with Astrologer and Auther Kathleen Burt
   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Astrologer and Author Kathleen Burt on her book Beyond the Mask, the designated text for the free special online study group in Feb 2012.

January 12, 2012

27 mins

Kathleen Burt Astrology Study Group special astrology study group

Kathleen Burt has been a Fulbright scholar to India and completed her graduate work in South Asian history at the University of Chicago. Now an astrologer for nearly 30 years, was the early 1980s when Kathleen Burt stayed up all night reading C. G. Jung's biography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections. Through Friends of Jung San Diego, Kathleen took a mask making workshop and found such a strong connection between the Mask and the astrological persona, or Rising Sign she eventually wrote the book Beyond the Mask: The Rising Sign and the Second Half of Life, the text for the free online study group on Depth Psychology Alliance for February 2012.
More about Kathleen Burt, Beyond the Mask, and the online study group.
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Bonnie Bright M.A. speaks with Psychologist and Fiction Writer, Sandy Nathan on her novel, Numenon, the first book in the new 2012 Depth Psychology Alliance Online Book Club

December 16, 2011

38 mins

Author Sandy Nathan

Sandy Nathan was born into a Silicon Valley corporate family and started her career as an economist after earning an MA in economics. But once at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, she had a change of heart and transformed her life, ending up earning an MA in Counseling instead. She has worked as a negotiation coach, businesswoman, horse rancher and author. But when she was struck with a powerful experience, she was "given" a book and began writing for real. Her novel, Numenon—a tale of Mysticism and Money is the first book in the 2012 Depth Psychology Alliance Online Book Club.

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listen Listen to "The Sister From Below: On Poetry, the Muse, and Why We Create"--Bonnie Bright with Jungian Analyst & Poet Naomi Ruth Lowinsky
   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. talks to Jungian Analyst, Poet, and Author Naomi Ruth Lowinsky on poetry, the muse, and what drives us to create in our lives.

November 1, 2011

30 mins

Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, author of "The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way" is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute, and a widely published poet.

Naomi’s recent memoir, The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way tells stories of her pushy muse.  Naomi is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find her Female Roots and three books of poetry—the most recent of those is called Adagio & Lamentation and features lots of poems about her own grandmother, who was a refugee from the Shoah and a fine painter. Naomi says her grandmother he taught her the practice of making art of one’s life.

Naomi Ruth Lowinsky's blog site

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listen Listen to "The Myth of American Innocence and the Call for Grieving": Bonnie Bright with author/mythologist Barry Spector
   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. talks to Barry Spector about grief, the archetype of Dionysis in our culture, the Myth of American Innocence and about Barry's book "Madness at the Gates of the City"

October 24, 2011

35 mins

Barry writes about American history and politics from the perspectives of myth, indigenous traditions and archetypal psychology. He is the author of Madness At The Gates Of The City: The Myth Of American Innocence. His essays can be found on his websites (www.barryandmayaspector.com and www.madnessatthegates.com). Barry and his wife Maya conduct an annual Day of the Dead grief ritual which will take place on November 5th of 2011 near Berkeley, CA.
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listen Listen to "Matter, Spirit, and Other Ways of Knowing": Bonnie Bright with Jungian analyst and author Patricia Damery
   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. in discussion with Patricia Damery on psyche-matter connections, archetypes, spirituality, and expanded states of conciousness

Octiober 4, 2011

32 mins

Jungian analyst Patricia Damery talks about the overlap between shamanic consciousness and analytic psychology, a topic she engages in her 2010 book "Farming Soul: A Tale of Initiation" (published by Fisher King Press) where she weaves a compelling tale of her tripartite journey of becoming a Jungian analyst, a biodynamic farmer, and exploring "other ways of knowing" with what she terms as "unconventional teachers".

Learn more about Patricia and her books at www.patriciadamery.com.
Note: In October, Fisher King Press is generously donating 10% of purchases to Depth Psychology Alliance! Please use the code "DPA10%" at in the comments box at checkout--and thanks for your support!
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listen Listen to "What are Your Dreams Telling You?" with Bonnie Bright and Dr. Michael Conforti of AssisiConferences.com
   
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. talks with Michael Conforti on dreams, archetypes, and how to understand them

September 8, 2011

36 mins

Dr. Michael Conforti is a Jungian analyst in private practice and a pioneer in psyche/matter studies. He is the founder of Assisi Institute, a training organization specializing in Dream Patterning(TM) and Archetypal Pattern Analysis(TM).
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listen Listen to an audio version of Bonnie Bright's presentation based on "Between Honey & Pain: Colony Collapse Disorder and the Colonization of the Wild"
 

Bonnie Bright M.A. talks on colonization, culture, and the plight of the honeybees

April 15, 2011

22 mins

(This audio presentation is based on Bonnie Bright's chapter in the 2010 anthology "Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled", edited by Craig Chalquist and published by World Soul books)
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video Watch "A Depth Psychological Exchange on Alchemy, Mythology, and Permaculture": A Candid Conversation with Bonnie Bright and Author/Researcher Willi Paul, Founder of OpenMythSource.com & PlanetShifter.com.
 

Bonnie Bright, M.A. with Author/Researcher/Founder Willi Paul

March 11, 2011

45 mins

Willi Paul is an author, researcher, and global consultant who supports a living, evolving green community through new sustainability, alchemy and mythology principles and tools. He has founded OpenMythSource.com, Planetshifter.com, and CommunityAlchemy.com. Willi's recent collaborative works include:
-A Quest Lecture in the New Permaculture Mythologies and Alchemy
-Mythic Mandate Workshop – Mapping the Sacred
Join Bonnie and Willi as they discuss ecopsychology, psycho-ecology, whether the world needs new myths, tools for a planet in crisis, and what to expect in 2012 and beyond.

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video file VIDEO (40 mins) ""Where Neuroscience and Psychology Converge for Greater Consciousness"--with Ernest Rossi Ph.D. & Kathryn Rossi Ph.D.
audiofile AUDIO ""Where Neuroscience and Psychology Converge for Greater Consciousness"--with Ernest Rossi Ph.D. & Kathryn Rossi Ph.D.
 

Bonnie Bright, M.A. with Ernest Rossi Ph.D. & Kathryn Rossi Ph.D.

March 3, 2011

40 mins

Ernest  Rossi, Ph.D. is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology and the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award For Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Psychotherapy by the Milton H. Erickson Foundation in 1980, the American Association of Psychotherapy in 2003, & The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis in 2008.   He is a Jungian Analyst, the Science Editor of Psychological Perspectives & the author of 36 professional books and more than 170 published scientific papers in the areas of neuroscience, psychotherapy, dreams, and therapeutic hypnosis.

Dr. Kathryn L. Rossi is a Founding Director of the Milton H. Erickson Institute of the California Central Coast (MHE-CCC).  She has edited, authored, or co-authored more than 15 books & 25 scientific articles, & is a Professor at the Neuroscience Institute for Psychotherapists of San Lorenzo Maggiore, Italy, CFO and Vice President for The Ernest Lawrence Rossi Non-Profit Foundation for Psychosocial Genomics Research, & a board member for the Erickson Foundation Archives and Press. Kathryn is a psychologist in private practice in Los Osos, CA & a certified Yoga Teacher.

Register for the upcoming workshop with Ernest & Kathryn Rossi:"How We Change the Brain to Change the Culture:
Facilitating Creative Consciousness with Art, Beauty, & Truth in Psychotherapy", March 18-20, 2011, Los Osos, CA.

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audiofile Listen to "Psychology, Alchemy, Egypt & the Ongoing Archetypal Struggle" a Chat with Jungian Author Thom Cavalli Ph.D.

Bonnie Bright, M.A. with Thom Cavalli, Ph.D.

February 18, 2011

29 mins

 

Thom Cavalli Ph.D. is a practicing clinical psychologist, author and lecturer on Jungian psychology. His breakthrough book, "Alchemical Psychology", has become a textbook for teachers and students on individuation and spiritual transformation.

His latest work, "Embodying Osiris: The Secrets of Alchemical Transformation" is receiving rave reviews and promises to become a #1 bestseller! Join Thom and I as we discuss Alchemy, Egypt, current global events and how Egypt is playing out an archetypal confrontation, and Jungian Psychology.

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audiofile Listen to"Depth Psychology, Rebearths, and Deep Education" A Conversation with Craig Chalquist, Ph.D.

 

Bonnie Bright, M.A. with Craig Chalquist Ph.D.

February 6, 2011

24 mins

 

The new 2010 anthology "Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled" articulates the enlivening quest for reconnection with the Earth and its inhabitants. Enveloped by myth, story, landscape, and soul, we are invited to weave seemingly disjointed worlds and engage our human imagination in ways that foster a sense of reverie and belonging in Nature.

In turn, our fresh explorations into the landscapes of the soul and the soulscapes of the land brings to conscious awareness our deep embeddedness in the planet and supports a needed shift toward a more loving relationship with our surroundings.

Craig Chalquist PhD is a Core faculty member at John F. Kennedy University, and an adjunct faculty at CIIS, Prescott College, and Antioch University. Craig is also a Permaculture designer and certified Master Gardener through theUniversity of California Cooperative Extension. As if that weren’t enough, he’s the author of six books and editor of two anthologies--including Rebearths.

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audiofile Listen to "Embodying the Power of the Storm" An Interview with Katrina Martin Davenport, M.A.

 

Bonnie Bright, M.A. with Katrina Martin Davenport, M.A.

February 5, 2011

20 mins

 

Katrina Martin Davenport, MA is a dreamer. Her work involves illuminating the soul and reconnecting with nature through her artistry with a camera, talent with words, expertise in dreamwork, compassionate teaching style, and ability as a clairvoyant. Martin Davenport brings her love for dreams, deep connection, beauty, myth, archetypes, and ancestry to her work. She is a writer, teacher, photographer, dreamworker, and intuitive.

Katrina's work with ecopsychology, and storms in particular, sets her aside as a powerful interpeter of symbols and patterns that affect both inner and outer nature. Katrina's writing appears most recently in the new anthology, "Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled" published by World Soul books.

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Listen to "Cultural Change as a Reality in Today's World & the Growing Need for Alliances"--a Conversation with Lori Pye, Ph.D.

 

Bonnie Bright, M.A., with Lori Pye, PhD.

February 4, 2011

23 minutes

 

Lori Pye, Director and Founder of The Institute for Cultural Change, completed her Ph.D. in Mythological Studies with an Emphasis in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, Carpinteria, California. As an environmentalist, Dr. Pye worked with NGOs around the world and has founded several international nonprofit organizations and worked in executive management with marine conservation organizations. She has also led international conferences on diverse issues which featured names like James Hillman, Thomas Moore, David Abrams, Susan Griffin, Ginette Paris, Dennis Slattery, Ernest Rossi, and James Hollis among many others. Dr. Pye teaches Ecopsychology topics at the University of California in Santa Barbara (UCSB), Naropa University, and Antioch University, and Mythology & Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
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Bonnie Bright M.A. with Christophe Morin, M.B.A.

January 30, 2011

10 minutes

Neuromarketing, the cutting edge field which combines the latest discoveries in Neuroscience with the discipline of Marketing, has made striking inroads into business, advertising, and communications in recent years. Not only can this practice be used by advertisers to reach the "buy button" in a consumer's brain, but it can also serve cause-related campaigns by tapping into our altruistic instincts as well as radically improving communication in relationships with partners, spouses, business associates, or even your kids.

The psychology and promise of Neuromarketing is a profound and highly important new field that everyone should know about according to Christophe Morin, MBA, co-author with Patrick Renvoise of the book "Neuromarketing: Understanding the Buy Buttons in your Customer's Brain" currently ranked in the top 50 Marketing books on Amazon.com

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