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Setting intentions for the conversation
Socio-alchemy, Jung, Joseph Campbell, the heroes journey
Creating dramatic spaces for enacting archetypes
Why do archetypal stories help us develop? – Connecting us to our instinct to growth
The hacking of mythology
The evolution of myths in our time
Jung and developments in history
The ego – Self relationship in Answer to Job
Visions of new archetypal constellations and relations
On when, for what, and why to confront and surrender in conversation
The importance of playing many roles when co-weaving
The difference between the rebel and the revolutionary
Religion in our time: is it dead? is it needed?
Religion, authority and science
DnD and enactive role playing
Shadow work in role playing games, bdsm, and ptsd
Complexes, dethroning God, and romantic love
The importance of friendship and distributed roles
Religion as re-connecting and the limitations of science
Experiences of divinity from a Jungian perspective
The language of the psyche
Concretising and the symbolic
The transjective connection between dreams and reality
The myth of Icarus and the middle path
Inflation, enlightenment, and resistance to transformation
The two ways we resist transformation – destroying self with false stories, or inflating above them. (Blocking / too many rules, and inflating)
A critique of Jungian individuation as too individually focused
Visionary experience and the Self
Connecting back to community and the myth of the rainmaker
Anderson is the Assistant Director of U of T’s Consciousness and Wisdom Studies Lab. He teaches in the Cognitive Science program and Interdisciplinary Courses on Jungian Theory program at the University of Toronto, on Consciousness and The Unconscious respectively. He also consults in private practice as a psychotherapist.
His YouTube channel, where he explores themes relating to Alchemy, Jung, Cog Sci, Consciousness, and more, can be found here:
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The Voicecraft podcast features experiments in synergy for a shamanic caste in the digital age.
Recurring themes include the relationship between science and spirituality; culture-making and wisdom; psychedelics and meaning; the metaphysics of what to care about; and the emergence of living archetypes.