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Welcome and Opening Remarks - Stephen Aizenstat
Touching the Soul of the World - Michael Meade
Practicing the Therapy of Ideas in a Troubled World - Joseph Cambray and Edward Casey
Soul as an Aesthetic of Absense - Patricia Berry
Changing the Climates of Education: The Economics of Sitting, Standing, and Learning - David Miller
Wages of Rebellion - Chris Hedges
A Traditional View of Nature and It's Transformation: Lessons of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan - Toshio Kawai
A Kairos Moment in an Archetypal Cosmos - Richard Tarnas
Re-Imagining Economics: A Therapy of Foundational Economic Metaphors - Per Epsen Stoknes
Animus Mundi: The Spirituality of the World - Thomas Moore
Psychosocial and Earth Accompaniment and the Creation of the Commons - Mary Watkins
Healing: From the Self to the Planet - Vandana Shiva
Reimagining, Renewing, Reinventing Leadership
Annual Spring Conference with Stephen Aizenstat, Alan Briskin, Karen Dietz, Cathy Diorio, Arthur Colman, Betty Sue Flowers, Matthew Fox, Andy Lower, Pilar Montero, Carol Pearson, Michael Sipiora, and Mary Watkins.
8 CDs include the following presentations:
- Matthew Fox - Leadership as a Spiritual Practice
- Betty Sue Flowers / The Emerging Global Myth
- Carol Pearson
- Karen Dietz - Storied Leadering: The Journey and Practice of Transformative Leadership
- Michael Sipiora - Liberating the Work Instinct from the Economy
- Mary Watkins - Revolutionary Leadership: From Paulo Friere to the Occupy Movement
- Alan Briskin - Transformative Leadership and the Heart of Collective Wisdom
- Stephen Aizenstat - The Pacifica Story: Depth Entrepreneurship and the Triple Bottom Line
This workshop was held February 10, 2007 in Santa Barbara, California. Set includes 5 CDs.
Both men and women are face to face with an inner feminine that is shifting our understanding of relationship. These shifts can be both threatening and rewarding. When we are attempting to live our own integrity, how do we relate to our partners facing a similar shift? How do we open new ground for the shadow that is bound to appear. When the Puer moves into his patriarchal shadow, how does the Virgin deal with her silenced shadow? When this happens, do we remain true to the relationship and/or true to oneself and our own integrity? In this lecture, we will discuss creative approaches that open new doors to the relationship between masculinity and femininity.
This Seminar with James Hillman was held June 29-July 1, 2007 in Santa Barbara, California. The recording includes 9 CDs.
We are going back to basics, bypassing as best we can the contemporary flood of therapeutic theories and techniques. Psychotherapy rests upon—neither a couch, nor an armchair, nor a stack of texts—but on a simple three-legged stool. First the skills that come from practical engagement with the psyche. Second, the art of soul-making and its parallel with other arts. Third, a supportive philosophy.
In this seminar, we shall examine, both practically and archetypally, some of the basic diagnostic categories and their conventional understanding while attempting to grasp their underlying patterns. All along we shall be exposing the philosophical importance of the issues brought to therapy that are entangled in symptoms and problems—such as time, suffering, self, causality, beauty, intensity, purpose, surrender, destiny, love, and death. There will be ample time for detailed questions of practical therapy as well as for perplexities of the soul affecting any person’s life.
Conference held in Santa Barbara, CA April 16-18, 2004.
Set includes 8 discs:
- 1 Welcome and Opening Remarks / Stephen Aizenstat and Bob Walters
- 2 The Olympic Odyssey: Joseph Campbell and the Power of Mythic Sports / Phil Cousineau
- 3 The Fire is in the Mind: Who is the True Disciple? / David Miller
- 4 Messages From the Past: The Writings of Joseph Campbell / Richard Buchen and Bob Walters
- 5 Creative Research in Mythology / Nancy Cater, Ramona Rubio, and Richard Stromer
- 6 Bebrooding a Few Ideas: Joseph Campbell’s Journaling Into Destiny / Dennis Patrick Slattery
- 7 What’s Mything in Education? / James Brady, Maren Hansen, and Gerald McDermott
- 8 Journeying Through Myth as a Means of Growth for Person and Society / Jean Houston
In a lifetime dedicated to understanding the great mythologies of mankind, Joseph Campbell was always clear that these sacred stories were at the heart of the human psyche. They were never to be studied as dry, academic curiosities, but instead he insisted that they were vital and relevant to each of us, in our own lives, right now.
In this centennial year of Campbell's birth, we invite you join us in working with myth just as he taught us. Here at Pacifica, where Campbell's personal archives are housed, we will each undertake aHero's Journey right to the center of "our own hearts."
This three-day process of active dialogue between the great archetypes and the figures of our own psyche will give each of us the chance to experience the power, beauty, and profundity of myth that was Joseph Campbell's greatest legacy and gift to us.
Imagination and Medicine: The Future of Healing in an Age of Neuroscience. This annual Spring Conference with Stephen Aizenstat, Robert Bosnak, Judith Harris, Michael Ortiz Hill, Michael Kearney, Richard Kradin, Anthony Lawlor, Jeanne Martin, Kimberley Patton, Ernest Rossi, Esther Sternberg, Bessel van der Kolk, and Tor Wager was held April 27-29, 2007 in Santa Barbara, California.
Set includes 11 discs: • The Body Keeps Score: Integration of Body and Mind in the Treatment of Traumatised People Bessel Van Der Kolk / Richard Kradin, Respondent (2 Discs) • Meeting Sacred Illness Michael Ortiz Hill • Unwrapping the Placebo Phenomenon Tor Wager • The Imaginal Realm of Dissociation: The Archetypal Nature of Trauma in Light of Quantum Physics / Judith Harris • The New Neuroscience of Mirror Neurons in Medicine, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation / Ernest Rossi • The Science of the Mind Body Connedtion: Understanding How Stress can Make You Sick Esther Sternberg • Ancient Asklepieia: Institutional Incubation and the Hope of Healing Kimberly Patton / Michael Kearney, Respondent (2 Discs) • The Architecture of Re-Membering: Using Design Archetypes in Emerging Visions of Healing Settings / Anthony Lawlor • Panel / Audience Discussion Stephen Aizenstat and Robert Bosnak, Moderators
This conference was held on January 29-31, 2010. 8 discs include:
- Welcome and Opening Remarks Stephen Aizenstat and Robert Bosnak
- In the Beginning Was the Flesh: A Conversation About Illness and Healing Edward Casey and Robert Romanyshyn
- Working with the Body, Working with Nature Michael Kearney
- When the Spirits Talk: The Limpia Revisited Alan Kilpatrick
- Depth Psychology After Neuroscience Ginette Paris
- The Placebo Response and the Power of Unconscious Healing Richard Kradin
- Zero-Point Field: The Beginning and the End of All Things Judith Harris
- How Do Images Heal? The Body as Mimic Robert Bosnak
- Invocation/Welcome/Blossoms Bloom in the Fire / Maren Hansen, Stephen Aizenstat, Marion Woodman (2 Discs)
- The New Neuroscience of Creativity, Brain, Growth and Healing in Art & Psychotherapy/ Ernest Ross (2 Discs)
- Sophia In the Therapy Room: Marion Woodman's Influence On My Practice of Psychotherapy/ Hendrika de Vries
- Encountering Marion Woodman and Soul's Body / Joan Chodorow
- The Current and Future Evolution of Human Consciousness: A New Center for Jungian Psychology/ Marion Woodman & Ernest Rossi
- The Nobility of the Feeling Function / Robert Johnson
- Endings In their Beginnings / Ross Woodman
- Closing/ Tribute/ Ceremony Stephen Aizenstat et al.
The complete recording from a conference held April 11-13, 2003 includes 7 CDs in binder.
1 The Dream of Life, The Life of Dreams /Michael Meade
2 Sacred Play: The Whimsical Seriousness of Dreams /Hendrika de Vries
3 Tending the Intolerable /Steven Aizenstat
4 A Powerful Pairing in Poetry: Myth and Dream/Dennis Patrick Slattery
5 Dreams and Reality in Film /Patricia Berry
6 Neuroscience and Embodied Dreamwork/Robert Bosnak
7 Toward "Splendid Cities": The Need for the Imaginal.../Mary Watkins