1. ANIMA

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    from Andrew Wilding / Added

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    This short film seemed to will itself into being - it started as a small project that was plagued at every turn by disaster - but, miraculously, it grew and morphed at each hurdle it faced and became more and more meaningful and personal as a result. It is, broadly speaking, a story of a man letting go and finding himself, much as this video found its own way almost despite our involvement. This video is without dialogue and external action. It's also incredibly personal. It was very important and cathartic for us to make. But we made it earnestly, as a gift for whomever sees it. We hope it strikes a chord and continues to live without us. -Wilding/Augusto Directed By Wilding/Augusto Produced by George Augusto and Michael Shifflett Cinematography/Editing by Andrew Wilding Featuring Gregory Rogove and Frankie Ingrassia Music: "Carolyn" by Greg Rogove (From the album PIANA)http://www.gregoryrogove.com/yobananaboy/piana.html http://www.knittingfactoryrecords.com/artists/gregory-rogove/ and "Shaker Loops" by John Adams. Huge thanks to the most incredible, sincere, diligent, and utterly committed cast and crew. You can feel the dedication and craft in every frame. Thank you.

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    • Tormented soul - a jouney of transformation

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      from Cubrick2001 - Angelino T. / Added

      The soul is shredded to pieces and cut up, bleeding. Only when one starts to embrace all the aspects of the soul he grows wings and flies out the window to the sky. Sound: Psycho - Kiling theme Musique de cirque at findsounds.com and beemp3.com Postporudciton: Sony Vegas Pro 9

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      • Mandala Meditation

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        from Ron Talley / Added

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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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        • Recent Li

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          from Michael Scroggins / Added

          "Recent Li" (1980, 5:06, NTSC analog video de-interlaced for Vimeo) was created using a Paik/Abe video synthesizer and Cohu video switcher. The conceptual and technical aspects of "Recent Li" are interdependent. In defining the Chinese term 'li', Joseph Needham has written, "In its most ancient meaning, it signified the pattern in things, the markings in jade or fibers in muscle . . . it acquired the common dictionary meaning 'principle', but always conserved the undertone of 'pattern' . . ." . The forms in "Recent Li" originate from the 'li' of video feedback . Video feedback is the result of of a video camera scanning its display output. This recursive process creates a narcissistic oscillation of an image of the image. If the camera image sensor frames the full display screen area from edge to edge (no larger, no smaller), it is analogous to placing two mirrors face to face in direct contact: there is no space between them, and simultaneously there is an infinite space between them. The compulsive drive toward the union of opposites is hinted at in this process. The simple dualism inherent in the video feedback process may be shifted through rotating the camera/display orientation 90 degrees from the matched horizontal relationship, the horizontal/vertical order which this rotation establishes produces an image in the form of a quaternity figure. The quaternity figure appears cross-culturally throughout the ages as a powerful symbol of unity, of wholeness of self. This symbol and its associated meanings form the core of "Recent Li".

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          • AJC #10 Carl Jung's Red Book

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            from The Asheville Jung Center / Added

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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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            • Remembering Jung series Talk with Liliane Frey

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              from m k / Added

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              the documentary about c.g jung from his student.

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              • What Is Synchronicity?

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                from David Strabala / Added

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                "What Is Synchroncity?" is a feature documentary being made to explore experiences of meaningful coincidence. Psychiatrist C.G. Jung invented the word synchronicity many years ago, but it is often misunderstood. Jung said synchronicities occur more often during changing times, which could make this film more relevant during today's transitional times. Interviews so far feature Dean Radin, Michael Meade, Allan Combs, Robert Hopcke, J. Gary Sparks and other authors, scientists and artists. First-time director David Strabala has 30 years' experience as a journalist and psychotherapist. To keep updated with the film's progress, see whatissynchronicity.com

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                • Remembering Jung series talk with Marie Louise von Franz

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                  from m k / Added

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                  the documentary about c.g.jung from his student

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                  • Taming Of The Beast by Brett Fletcher

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                    from Brett Fletcher / Added

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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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                    • Identity Crisis

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                      from J.C. Geiger / Added

                      A man struck by an abruptly occurring short-time identity crisis.

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