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#247 – The Myth of American Innocence with Barry Spector

Barry Spector is a Harvard grauduate who writes about American history and politics from the perspectives of myth, indigenous traditions and archetypal psychology. He has published three articles in Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche and is the author of the 2010 book, Madness At The Gates Of The City: The Myth Of American Innocence. (

#244 – Stories of The Middle Passage with Jungian Analyst, James Hollis PhD

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#229 – A Jungian View of The Unlived Life with Jerry Ruhl PhD

#216 – The Light Inside Dark Times with Michael Meade

Transcript Michael Meade has studied myth, anthropology, history of religion, and cross-cultural rituals for over 35 years. His hypnotic and fiery storytelling, street savvy perceptiveness, and spellbinding interpretations of ancient myths and symbols are highly relevant to current culture. He has an unusual ability to distill and synthesize these disciplines, tapping into ancestral sources of […]

#215 – Archetypal Work with Inner-City Youth with Kwame Scruggs

Transcript G. Kwame Scruggs, Ph.D. is the founder and executive director of Alchemy, Inc., a tax-exempt nonprofit organization based in Akron, Ohio, that he established in 2003 to assist urban male youth to develop a sense of personal purpose in life, while utilizing strategies to successfully function as members of a family, school, community and […]

#173 – Prison Dreams and Fairy Tales

Transcript Dana Houck D.Min, Ed.D. is currently a psychotherapist working in Minnesota in private practice and is working part time as a licensed School Counselor working with troubled youth in Rural Minnesota Schools. He worked as a prison Psychologist for over ten years before recently retiring. While working in the prison setting he lead numerous […]

#91 – A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Dreams