In Other News February 16, 2015


We’ve gone into depth in past shows with guests Dr. Connie Zwieg and Laura Shapira discussing the various aspects of Carl Jung’s psychological theory of the human shadow as critical components to recognize within. We also spoke with Jungian analyst Gary Bobroff about the consequences of suppressing exploration of the human shadow. Well, Gary joins us today to talk about his research on archetypes called Archetypal Nature. This a unique system he’s formatted using the psychological insights of Dr. Carl Jung and Antonia Wolff. Gary’s Archetypal Nature system can help an individual to have tremendous insight into their psyche, realize their potential, their shadow and gather a better sense of who they are. The story behind Archetypal Nature starts with Dr. Carl Gustav Jung, who was born in 1875 in Basel Switzerland, he was a medical doctor and psychiatrist. However, as Gary Bobroff points out that archetypal nature also traces its roots directly back to the deep psychological insight of Antonia “Toni” Wolff. Early in her life she was a patient of Jung’s and later became one of the most respect of the early Jungian analysts. Guest – Gary Bobroff, author of Jung, Crop Circles & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine. A book that applies Dr. Carl Jung’s theories as a lens to examine the beautiful and strange crop circle phenomena.

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