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Review of "Healing Our Deepest Wounds"

Started by Renn Butler Jul 11, 2012.

Transpersonal Fairies?

Started by Allen Howell Jul 4, 2012.

The Spiritual Gift of Madness

Started by Allen Howell May 19, 2012.

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Comment by Deborah Jeanne Weitzman on May 27, 2014 at 12:18am

Want to share my newly published book about a remarkable experience of transformation with the Holotropic Breathwork in Argentina.

Pandora Learns to Sing: A Journey Toward Wholeness by Deborah Jeanne Weitzman www.deborahjeanne.com (Available on Amazon)

"From a place of fear to a place of love"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj4K83BD9-E

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIl-PU-hAR8

Comment by Allen Howell on March 7, 2012 at 3:23am

read any good books lately?

Comment by Jimmy Eyerman on August 17, 2010 at 9:46pm
Want to share a great new book on journaling the soul....Janet Conners Writing Down Your Soul...this approach makes journaling like 10 to 60 minutes of journeying everyday! Profound. Enjoy!
Comment by Rebecca Castaldini on August 14, 2010 at 2:24pm
Hi, I am interested in finding some good reading material on pregnancy and breathing, I seem to be coming across lots of lovely preggy ladies lately! Would love anyone's help! Thanks and blessings :)
Comment by Lana Kirtser on May 29, 2010 at 5:18am
I bought Red Book from Amazon, it is beautiful and very precious. Red Book series at Hammer Museum are way too commercial for me. If you enjoy reading and contemplating in solitude you can get Red Book lecture series recording from Gnostic Society. Dr Holler is Gnostic bishop and scholar is very entertaining! Gnostic Society website -www.gnostic.org
Comment by Mike Mays on May 29, 2010 at 4:46am
I'm into the Red Book! The art and calligraphy are extraordinary. I can't think of anything comparable. I've barely started to assimilate the text. I'm reading it in the library at the Jung Institute in LA. There are a few copies available. You can check one out if you join the library and leave a deposit.

The Red Book exhibit at the Hammer Museum runs until June 6. The exhibit is tiny -- the Red Book itself in a plastic case, a few drawings and paintings by Jung (not nearly as striking as the art in the book), and some other stuff.

The Hammer has an interesting series of dialogs in support of the exhibit. I waited in line over an hour to see James Hillman and Helen Hunt, and ended-up watching a simulcast in the overflow room. It's gratifying to see so many people interested in this material!

Some of the dialogs are posted online. Like,
Leonard Nimoy and Beverly Zabriskie. Jack Kornfield is talking with Katherine Stanford as I'm writing this post. Hopefully, their dialog will be posted soon.

I've queued up a recent two-part audio interview with Monika Wikman, "Alchemical Archetypes in Jungian Analysis" (part1, part2). I'm hoping this interview will inspire me to read Pregnant Darkness, which has been sitting on my bookshelf nearly two years.
Comment by Allen Howell on May 26, 2010 at 2:07am
BTW... GTT has posted a module on their website for this October in Taos NM titled "Jung's Red Book: The World Within." Lead by Diane Haug and joined by a woman named Monika Wikman, PhD - who I believe is a Jungian Analyst also in NM. I do know she wrote a great book called "Pregnant Darkness" which I have in my ever growing to-be-read pile, but I dont know anything else about her. It should be very interesting.
Comment by Thomas Merton Brightman on May 25, 2010 at 2:01pm
The RED BOOK is as much an art book, book of Mandalas, as anything else. Just by viewing the Mandalas, there is communication value. I like viewing the original format, the first section of the book, even though I do not read his native language, to see what he saw and to see it as he presented his inner material. Does anyone understand another's inner material, I think not, but I enjoy glimpses of other people's process and almost always find value in how I am viewing my own processing and integration of personal material.

Thomas HB Class of 1989
Comment by Lana Kirtser on May 25, 2010 at 4:06am
Anyone would like to share thoughts, impressions from reading C.G.Jung's 'Red Book'?
Comment by Barbara St. Romain on May 10, 2010 at 6:00am
Just read a wonderful book by Deepak Chopra entitled Life After Death. He deals with subjects like levels of consciousness during and beyond life, integration of modern science and religion, reincarnation the Akashic records, and much, much more from a Vedantic perspective. It is very inspiring and understandable work for the lay public and those interested and trained in our beloved Holotropic breathwork.
 

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