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Summary

Recorded many years ago in New York City, the audio recording of this weekend workshop has been honed down to a steady stream of wisdom, inspiration and classic, never-before-released James Hillman. It will energize and challenge your world and life view.

James Hillman was the father of archetypal psychology. This field uses metaphors derived from ancient alchemy to elucidate deep structures in the creative imagination.

The psyche moves; but does psychology? James discusses a shift in psychotherapy that could help us connect feeling with our political or worldly dilemmas. The world is entering a new moment of consciousness: by drawing attention to itself by means of its symptoms, it is becoming aware of itself as a psychic reality.

In this scholarly, entertaining, and highly informative program, James dives deep into the psychology and politics of feeling.

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