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Exploring Carl Jung’s magnum opus, The Red Book, chapter-by-chapter. In each episode, Salome Institute director, Satya Doyle Byock, and Astrologer Carol Ferris discuss C.G. Jung’s vast work while reflecting on Jungian psychology and history, the astrology of Jung's time and ours, and the political, social, feminist, and anti-racist relevance of this work today. C.G. Jung’s journey into the unconscious began in 1913, just months before the sudden beginning of WWI. It was this descent, laborio ...
 
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Satya Doyle Byock, co-host of this podcast, has a new book out with Random House, Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood. In this Bonus episode, Satya introduces the book to listeners and reads a short excerpt from Chapter 2. Quarterlife is the book that Satya needed in her 20s and that she's been looking for since for her clients. As …
 
In this final episode of our journey, Satya begins by reading Jung’s Epilogue to the Red Book from 1959. Satya and Carol discuss Scrutinies, which Sonu Shamdasani considers the third book of "The Red Book." They talk about the recent synchronistic publication of "The Black Books." Satya breaks down the history of Scrutinies and The Seven Sermons of…
 
As The Red Book nears conclusion, Satya & Carol explore the second half of "The Magician." Satya reflects on the origins of this podcast and its synchronistic ending with the release of The Black Books. Carol reflects on the beginnings of Jung's journey with the horoscope of October 13th, 1913, highlighting the explosive energy of Jupiter in both o…
 
Carol Ferris read’s from "the Magician" and illuminates the intersection of healing, time, and space, weaving in the mythology of Philemon and Baucis as she and Satya explore the union of opposites with Philemon and Baucis, and Elijah and Salome. Satya tracks the feminine in Jung’s "Red Book" as Baucis stands in the kitchen. Carol discusses the com…
 
This episode follows the news of the White House super spreader event and the president and white house staffers testing positive for COVID-19. As Jung arrives at the "portal of a great mystery" our hosts explore the various definitions of magic in Jung's Red Book, Satya speaks to Jung’s notion of individuation, the need to relinquish will power in…
 
In this episode, Carl Jung is in conversation with his Soul about the gift of magic. Satya Doyle Byock reflects on the uncanny similarity between Jung and Rilke on fate and future, she explores the meaning of Shuddering and Jung’s journey into embodiment through the Grimms’ fairy tale “The Youth Who Goes off in Search of Fear.” Carol Ferris explore…
 
Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris read this chapter in call and response fashion. Carol discusses the similarity of our time to Jung’s and reads from Paul Shepard's "Nature and Madness." Both accompany Jung into the complexities of maturation and psychological adulthood. Satya discusses her manuscript on Quarterlife, and Jungian psychology for young…
 
Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris discuss the Union of the Opposites within Jungian Psychology. Carol explores Parsifal and the Wasteland at length and how it relates to Jung’s journey. Ann Carroll explores the gender translation in this chapter. The image of Atmaviktu shows up, a many-armed dragon creature and symbol of God. Carol discusses the 12t…
 
Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris discuss the union of the opposites within Jungian Psychology. Carol explores Parsifal and the Wasteland at length and how it relates to Jung's journey. Ann Carroll explores the way gender is translated in this chapter. The image of Atmaviktu shows up, a many-armed dragon creature and symbol of God. Carol discusses…
 
Satya & Carol discuss C.G. Jung's "Red Book" and its social relevance for our times. In this episode, Jung enters through the left door and deconstructs man’s prejudice toward animals. Satya discusses the “serpentine path to wholeness" and how to reclaim one's embodied self from the projection onto animals. Carol reminds us the Zodiac is not an idl…
 
Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris enter a series of more playful Red Book chapters, beginning with "Divine Folly" in which Jung departs from his own religiosity to express the critical importance of living one's own existence. Jung picks up a copy of "The Imitation of Christ" by Thomas a Kempis and starts a dialogue with the work of Friedrich Nietzs…
 
Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris dive into The Red Book's most visceral chapter in which Jung eats the liver of a murdered girl. Carol discusses the role of the liver in Chinese Medicine, Jung's natal chart, astrology of this chapter, & the science fiction in world-making. Satya discusses animal embodiment, humanity's relation to the guilt of exist…
 
While Jung enters "Hell" and experiences torture, Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris reflect on the federal occupation of their hometown, Portland, OR. Carol, Satya, and Ann Carroll explore the symbolism of The Eye. Carol discusses narrative time, collective trauma, the underworld & WWII. Satya explores projection, shadow & redemption, and the typo…
 
In this episode Jung opens his Egg. Carol Ferris discusses duality, Kathleen Raine, William Blake and James Hillman. Satya Doyle Byock shares a Gilgamesh Dream and explores the animus / anima binary. A guest, Leonora, illuminates the images in this chapter. Ann Carroll translates the German word for “evil” and the original meaning of "sin.” Q&A, fe…
 
Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris explore "where healing comes from." Satya introduces depth psychological concepts through Audre Lorde's "Poetry is Not a Luxury" and "Uses of the Erotic." Carol reads from the epic of Gilgamesh, the work of Ursula K. le Guin, and reflects on ancestry & love in the work of mythologist Kwame Scruggs. Q&A is alive wi…
 
Carol Ferris and Satya Doyle Byock explore Jung's deep contemplation on the potential harm of scientific thinking and the power of fantasy through the encounter with Izdubar. "The real is what works," Jung says. This chapter has a relationship to Gilgamesh and the pursuit of immortality. Carol begins this week's exploration discussing eclipses and …
 
Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris explore the darkness of Hell, Pluto, and Death through Jung's journey. Carol discusses the astrology and archetypal nature of Pluto. Satya explores the inherent mess of existence. Carol dives into the horoscope of the Birth of America in 1776 and Pluto's role. Other topics include Buckminster Fuller's "trim tab", …
 
Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris explore Jungian Psychology and what it means to live one's myth, one's animal life, and follow one's own calling. Satya and Carol discuss introverted life and action versus extroverted life as Jung speaks with a monk he encounters living alone in the desert for ten years. Additional topics include the difference b…
 
Hosts Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris step away from the chronology of The Red Book to discuss the grief and rage surrounding George Floyd's death and police brutality. In solidarity with Black Lives Matter and the nightly protests in Minneapolis at the time, Satya explores the projection of white people onto Black citizens through James Baldwin…
 
In this episode exploring Carl Jung's Red Book and its political and social relevance for our times, Jung encounters his shadow in "The Lowly." Satya Doyle Byock introduces Jung’s ideas on the shadow and individuation. Carol Ferris illuminates the horoscope of this night, December 29th, 1913 and discusses the lowly depths of the ocean. Ann Carroll …
 
In this episode exploring Carl Jung's Red Book, Carol Ferris and Satya Doyle Byock continue to explore how Jung confronts his own toxic masculinity and heals the discarded feminine soul. Jung contemplates gender, "manliness, the contra-sexual soul of Men and Women, and psychological androgyny. Carol Ferris discusses the complexities of relational l…
 
In this episode, C.G. Jung's visions take him to “The Castle in the Forest.” Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris explore the psychological experience of patriarchy and the dismissal of the feminine, Sydney Pollock’s Tootsie, Jung dressing in drag, Edward Edinger’s Anatomy of the Psyche, and Dante's Inferno. They embark on an impassioned discussion on …
 
In this episode exploring Carl Jung's Red Book and its political and social relevance for our times, Jung encounters his devil in “The Red One.” Our hosts Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris reintroduce themselves and their background with the Red Book. Carol jumps into I Ching reading Hexagram #5 and the topics of waiting, suffering, pleasure and f…
 
Satya Doyle Byock breaks-down the Christian history of the young Salome and updates it with a feminist lens. Carol Ferris illuminates the horoscope December 25, 1913. Jung encounters Salome and Elijah on Christmas. This episode explores crucifixion and resurrection, good and evil, projection, and suffering, the collapse of systems amidst the contra…
 
In this episode exploring Carl Jung's Red Book and its political and social relevance for our times, Jung meets Elijah & Salome. Satya Doyle Byock explores the masculine and feminine in Jung's psychology, the meaning of thinking versus feeling, the importance of engaging with the inner, rejected soul, & Jung's Seminar of 1925. Carol Ferris illumina…
 
In this episode exploring Carl Jung's Red Book, Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris discuss the value of killing the hero, the myth of Siegfried, leadership, ideas of God, the duality of good and evil, soul, the feminine soul, and an emphasis on the idea of linear growth versus a circular existence. This episode was recorded on Easter and explores the…
 
In this episode, Satya Doyle Byock & Carol Ferris explore C.G. Jung's Red Book in three more early chapters, discussing Jungian Psychology and Astrology, and the power of creative response and engagement with the Unconscious. The discussions explore the social relevance of Jung's psychology and what is has to offer individuals in these times. In th…
 
Satya Doyle Byock and Carol Ferris begin to explore Carl Jung's Red Book and the relevance for our times, chapter by chapter. Satya introduces a feminist reading of Jung's work, along with Emma Jung and Toni Wolff as instrumental companions in Jung's deep dive into the unconscious. We also explore the essence of Active Imagination. Carol explores t…
 
An introduction to our hosts psychotherapist Satya Doyle Byock and astrologer Carol Ferris, as they embark on a socially relevant exploration of Carl Jung’s Red Book through the astrology of those extraordinary times, and ours. Satya provides a summary of the content of The Red Book and Jungian Psychology, as well as a feminist reading of Jung's wo…
 
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