"The life of most ideas consists in their controversial nature" (The Jung-White Letters, 2007, p.238)
The blog expresses a wide spectrum of opinion, responses and interpretations regarding Jung and his psychology.
Submissions may actively seek to stimulate such dialogue, within reasonable and respectful limits.  
In this way, it facilitates a living and vibrant ongoing on-line symposium around some very important topics and issues.

February 21, 2016

This first blog series began with a thought-provoking collage by Mary Barnes called “The Evanescent and the Eternal.” The intention was to initiate a discussion on aging and mortality. For me this immediately brought up Jung’s image of the rhizome and the ever-enduring...

February 1, 2016

Churn Creek consists of almost 37,000 hectares of protected land on the west bank of the Fraser river about 100 kilometers west of 100-Mile House.  Closer to the river, the land is mostly covered with different grasses while Douglas fir trees dominate the higher elevat...

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