1. Intuitions of The Primal Forces by Astrid Fitzgerald


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    I created this work based on the Qualities of the Unified Field. This ground state of being may be thought of as a self-referral dynamic of what the Ancient Wisdom Tradition calls the field of pure consciousness. It is the ground that generates the whole manifest universe by its process of self-observation. Certain attributes accrue to this field, such as infinite potential, infinite intelligence, infinite organizing power, pure awareness, perfect order, infinite dynamism, and infinite creativity. The images arose while holding in mind a particular quality, but without visualizing or conjuring up anything. Afterwards, I would sketch whatever came flooding into my mind’s eye. The circle, figure eight, and Yin-Yang symbols came naturally out of this free-associative sketching.

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    • Remembering Jung series talk with Marie Louise von Franz


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      the documentary about c.g.jung from his student

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      • Forest of the Subconscious


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        Filmed at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey and the Allen Arms in San Francisco. Music by Four Tet.

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        • Die Quadranten-Typologie von C.G. Jung


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          Die Quadranten-Typologie von C.G. Jung - was das ist und was man damit machen kann. Autor und Sprecher des Kurzvortrages: Bernd Oestereich

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          • Rose Holt on The Scrutinies


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            Jungian Analyst Rose Holt discusses The Red Book and her interest in The Scrutinies.

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            • How Shall I Interpret My Soul?


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              How Shall I Interpret My Soul? By Reid Baer How shall I interpret my soul? Name the wild numinous within? By charting the stars or reading the lines on my hand – by counting the ways with my fingers from Jung - starting with my capable thumb? • the creative expression • the philosophical speculation • the inflated self-religious • the licentious indulgence And here … the psychological power of symbolism from the personal and primordial in my waking and dreaming hours! -

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              • AJC #10 Carl Jung's Red Book


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                We are an organization out of Asheville, North Carolina, bringing world class Jungian teachers out of Zurich and other sites to offer seminars to people via the internet and DVD. We independently produce these videos and make them available to a wide audience. This excerpt is from a 3 hour seminar lead by Murray Stein on Carl Jung's Red Book hosted live from Zurich in January 2010. Best Regards, Asheville Jung Center

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                • Mandala Meditation


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                  The great psychologist Carl Jung believed that mandalas have the ability to heal the mind and spirit. Some of the mandalas in this video are his own.

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                  • Taming Of The Beast by Brett Fletcher


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                    The Beast (or animal) is our primal self. Our higher Self has the responsibility. through spiritual growth and maturity, of taming the Beast within, bringing all of our self into a place of harmony. When we harmonize ourselves within, our desire becomes harmony without, seeking to become One with all of humanity and Nature. The images in this movie were inspired by personal experiences with the Native American culture, as well as the works of C.G. Jung and Joseph Campbell.

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                    • Fragile Film (excerpt)


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                      In October 2005 artist John Lawson returned to his flood damaged home in New Orleans to find the majority of his life's artistic work sitting below six feet of water. By pulling each piece of paper carefully apart he laid what was still intact onto his porch to dry in the sun. In the summer of 2007 Lawson spent over one hundred and forty hours retracing the hundreds of salvaged sketches and drawings, quite literally "connecting the dots" of his life by not only redrawing each line but by embellishing the sketches and connecting one to the other. Jonathan Vitagliano began work on the film by sifting through Lawson's artwork and comparing the "re-traced" images to photographs he had taken over the past five years. By merging Lawson's artwork with photographs from his travels in the states and abroad, Vitagliano found an immediate interconnection. The photographs had completed the drawings and visa versa. In order to mimick this collaborative process, composer Christopher Marianetti began layering sounds recorded from his daily life with both traditional and non-traditional (invented) instruments. As soundscape transforms into soundtrack a line from C.G. Jung's "Modern Man in Search of a Soul is set to music and repeated through-out the score.

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