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AUDIO: The Red Book: Is Analytical Psychology a New Religion?

Jungian analyst and author Lionel Corbett discusses how Jung's Red Book supports the position that analytical psychology is an emerging form of spiritual practice. This recording was made Nov. 18, 2011 at The Jung Center of Houston.


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AUDIO: How the Changing Media Changes Minds

Jungian analyst Wynette Barton, New York Times writer and Texas Monthly executive editor Mimi Swartz, Houston Press writer John Nova Lomax, and Jung Center executive director Jerry Ruhl explore the accelerating effects of media evolution on our lives in this panel discussion, held June 17, 2011 at The Jung Center of Houston.


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AUDIO: Man as Hero

In this lecture recorded in May, 1987, Robert A. Johnson considers the contemporary relevance of the mythology of the hero. This recording is made available from the archives of Journey Into Wholeness; for more information on recordings available through this series, visit www.junghouston.org/bookstore.


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AUDIO: The Sacred and the Paranormal

Author and Rice University scholar of religious studies Jeffrey J. Kripal explores how the history of psychical phenomena remains an untapped resource of insight into the sacred. This recording was made March 16, 2011 at The Jung Center of Houston.


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AUDIO: Religion and Psychology: Maps for a Constructive Dialogue

Rice University scholar William Parsons discusses the many productive theoretical conversations that continue between religion and psychology. This lecture was recorded August 28, 2010, during "Religion, Mental Health, and the Search for Meaning," a conference held at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.


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