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Going Bugs

Narrated by: James Hillman
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James Hillman is a psychologist and author of The Soul's Code, recently at the top of the New York Times bestseller list. His essay "Going Bugs" is a classic exposition of the meaning of bugs in the human psyche. Hillman examines the role that bugs - insects and creepy-crawlies - play in dreams and how human reaction to them is symptomatic of larger concerns about animals and the natural world. Satya talked with him recently about bugs and the ducks and chickens with whom he lives in eastern Connecticut.

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  • Lowball
  • 17-03-19

Garented to bug you!

James Hillman has a strong following as the analyst who made the psychology of Carl Jung available to the United States. This is a recording of his insights in a workshop on insect dreams. His brilliant wit, encyclopedic knowledge and excellent sense of humor made me listen to it three times. You won't regret this delightful opportunity