Tag Archives: depth psychology

From the Inside Out

I sat down to write about one topic for this blog post, and I found myself almost immediately going in a related but ultimately different direction. So rather than forcing this post to be about Topic A, I am going … Continue reading

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Seeing Symbolically

I have not historically liked poetry. I could never inhabit poems to feel the experience of them. This has shifted somewhat in recent years. I don’t know if it’s because I’ve now been exposed to poems whose words and style … Continue reading

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The Power of Naming

I had a few days recently of feeling lethargic. I felt heavy and weary, like there was an unseen weight pulling on me and everything felt like too much. I now recognize, I know, this feeling. It took me a … Continue reading

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The Passing of a Soul Tender

James Hillman, the founder of imaginal psychology, died on October 27th of last year. His work was provocative, explosive, relentless, and complex. Far beyond any mere summary I could offer here. He didn’t just contribute to the field of psychology … Continue reading

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Lean Into It

Leaning into it is something I have been thinking about a lot over the last several months. I recently gave a presentation at a professional counseling conference – my first time to do so. When the opportunity first came up, … Continue reading

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