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Best Lisa Marchiano podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Lisa Marchiano podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Eavesdrop on three Jungian analysts as they engage in lively, sometimes irreverent conversations about a wide range of topics. Join them for discussion of news events, family dynamics, personal issues and more as they share what it’s like to see the world through the depth psychological lens provided by CG Jung. Half of each episode is spent discussing a dream submitted by a listener. Lisa, Joseph and Deb went through their Jungian training together, becoming friends and developing working p ...
 
Secrets of the Motherworld is a podcast created to help mothers feel less alone. We're two psychotherapists with a special interest in parenting. Listeners send us their anonymous stories about their own experiences in the Motherworld -- experiences that are too intensely private to share anywhere else. Each week, we read a listener's story and give our own reflections. It's a thoughtful exploration of the most intimate aspects of motherhood.
 
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The power of projections to hit psychic targets serves both defensive and integrative functions. Projections are a natural aspect of psychic functioning, as we know from watching children at play: we first see inner images “out there” in order to experience them internally. Projections give shape to affects and archetypal images, from the hero to t…
 
“My daughter is almost four, and I still put her to be by lying down with her at night. I love the sweetness of lying there with her at the end of the day. I work full-time so these moments of connection feel very precious. Many times, I fall asleep as well and often wind spending the night with her. She seems to sleep better when I stay with her a…
 
Recent severe environmental events have made facing climate change urgent. We talk with Jeffrey Kiehl, PhD, climate scientist, Jungian analyst, and author, about bringing a psychological perspective to our present situation and the process of change. (Kiehl’s book is listed below.) The modern myth of infinite growth and limitless natural resources …
 
“I regret having children. I have 4 of them. I don’t have any support. I’m a lone parent and my family see my kids as my responsibility. Two of my children have special needs and I wish that I could just turn back time. I wonder every day why I had my children. I am against abortion and that was why I had my first. I have felt this way for 18 month…
 
As we grow, unconscious unity becomes differentiated into feeling, ego, personality and desire. As we grow, we will have initiatory encounters with shadow, demanding the sacrifice of innocence and identification with ego. The story of Adam and Eve conceives this archetypal experience as the fall. The stories of Job, Faust and even the children’s ta…
 
“I fell in love with a man who had a child from a previous marriage. When we were dating, he told me that his child would always come first and showed me a photo of her that he always kept with him. I quickly answered that that was only natural. Of course, his child should come first. His daughter was a beautiful, queenly teenager when we married, …
 
Polyamory, a current phenomenon, endorses open relationships with multiple lovers. The term means many loves, and polyamory strives to legitimize the benefits of non-monogamous romance and sexuality among adults. Jung engaged in an open, extramarital relationship with Toni Wolff. Does polyamory represent an overthrow of outdated cultural mores in a…
 
Here’s the (edited) story we discuss this week: “How do I tell my children that their mum and dad are splitting up? My husband will be very difficult and immature about our split. He had an affair. He holds the purse-strings. Should I tell the kids about the affair? If I don’t they will hate me for wrecking the family.” We mention Olly Lambert’s do…
 
When we speak of being triggered, what exactly is it that sends us into a familiar arc of feeling and behavior we may later regret? That mysterious force seems external and can elude our ability to locate it within. Jung called these autonomous and unconscious incursions complexes, and he discovered them through his Word Association Test. A subject…
 
Here’s the (edited) story we discuss this week: “I dislike my daughter. She is 15. She is a troublemaker, a liar and sly. When she was small she was a good, kind, nice girl with beautiful manners. She is in the middle, with an older and younger brother. She grabs every chance she gets to make trouble. She causes fights all the time. She causes such…
 
Although there have been a number of recent destructive environmental events, the duration and devastation of the fires in Australia have made a powerful impact on the collective psyche. Volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, although disastrous to humans, seem acausal aspects of Nature. Other environmental damage, such as Amazon fires, is caused by h…
 
Here’s the (edited) story we discuss this week: “I guess I write as a daughter and a mother at the same time. Almost two years ago my mother had a financial crisis and the only solution I saw at the time was to offer her to live with us until she could figure things out. She is 70, very active and independent so she struggled to share the space wit…
 
A new year often symbolizes a new beginning, with resolutions to make specific lifestyle changes related to self-improvement. Research indicates, however, that up to 88% of these resolutions fail. If changes—no matter how worthy--are imposed by ego alone, the unconscious is likely to have its say by rebelling. Meaningful change requires the willing…
 
Here’s the (edited) story we discuss this week: “I divorced the father of my son about 20 years ago (my initiative). Our son was hurt in a car accident and got whiplash after that .He needed orthopedic treatment , medications and so on. He wanted to get off from the cold winter here in the Northern hemisphere and wished to live in the Southern hemi…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “I’m a happy working part time married mom of a little one-year-old girl. I work from home and she is minded by her Nanny, my mom, while her daddy is working full-time. I love spending time with her. I love shopping and walking with her. She is so funny.”By Secrets of the Motherworld
 
“Simply put; unconditional love, ‘I love you regardless, I love you no matter what, I'll always be here for you’. My eldest son went to hell and back from his early to late teens, and as a result acted out extraordinarily; he was extremely aggressive, and intensely angry around the clock, disruptive, destructive, and to be honest I was terrified mo…
 
Something's going on in Scrooges soul...and it's tired of waiting for an invitation. Charles Dickens’ novella, A Christmas Carol, vividly portrays the journey to healing and transcendence. It was written in a fever, released on December 19, 1843, and sold out before Christmas. Ebenezer Scrooge’s visitations by the spirits of Christmas Past, Present…
 
“We still get together and we all talk on chat threads and the laughter is there, but that intense, bump-up-against-each-other, kind of existence was way too short. It SEEMED to last forever, but it didn't. And it will never happen again. And I miss it.” Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My children are adults, but as you can see by their age…
 
Siblings are embedded in the human psyche as they are in life. Even if one lacks siblings, there is ready access to them through friends, fairy tales, myths, and scripture. All feature multiple experiences and examples of sibling solidarity and siblings as shadow carriers. Birth order, sex, temperament, and the quality of parental presence play a p…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: This is part of the story when I could have used help. I was under a tremendous amount of stress. My marriage was in major trouble, my mother was having mental health issues and leaning heavily on me, we were having massive financial problems, and I had just given birth to my 2nd child, who has special needs. …
 
Partings connote a finality of farewell that signifies completion of a relationship. We may part from a stage of life, depart from home or college, or say farewell to a person, process or project. Partings signify the end of a story that has been told and reached conclusion. The Japanese tale of Princess Moonbeam illustrates the importance of accep…
 
“I hit my daughter today. I slapped her in a rage. She looked frightened of me. This girl presses my buttons every day. The other two kids, my boys, are so much easier. Any yet I get on with my daughter best. When we’re good, we’re very, very good but when we’re bad, we’re rotten.”By Secrets of the Motherworld
 
Dr. Fanny Brewster, Jungian Analyst, colleague and friend, joins This Jungian Life to discuss her forthcoming book, The Racial Complex: A Jungian Perspective on Culture and Race. Complexes tend to operate autonomously and unconsciously, have strong feeling-tones, and contain archetypal fuel. The racial complex, a complicated mix of color, class and…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My oldest son is incredibly academically gifted. School just comes easily for him, and it always has. The trouble is, he doesn’t really care about anything. I see other kids his age going after big goals, and my child just doesn’t seem motivated at all. He has so much talent, but he’s just not using it! This …
 
It happens all the time: people and problems split into opposing camps, whether the conflict is internal, between partners, in a family or—as we know all too well—between political parties. When positions become polarized conflict ensues, whether between mind and body, partners and families, or value systems and religious affiliations. What makes i…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “Something I found hard becoming a mom was realizing how wrong my parents were in how they had raised me and how hard it is to break those cycles. My father being tyrannical. Only spanking and ridding me of my responsibilities was his way of handling things. I didn’t have a mother, only step parents. One was v…
 
The archetype of the father is associated with gods, kingship, and other images of authority and order. As the image of a “personified affect” fueled by an archetypal core, the father complex is powerful. In its negative aspect it may arise from a father who was experienced as absent, emotionally unavailable, passive, critical or abusive. Jung’s fa…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “The long story would be a book but the short story goes something like this. When my daughter was 16 she moved in with her out of work boyfriend. Two months later she was pregnant with her first child and this is when the domestic violence began. I begged her to come home and leave but she chose to stay, alth…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My 17 year old, has undiagnosed high-functioning Autism, a high IQ, a history of school refusal, debilitating homesickness, anxiety and addictive behaviour; however, it was his Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria that broke me. I felt like my 12 year old and me were submitted to basic narcissistic abuse. As a mother…
 
People have reported experiences with ghosts from antiquity; Jung documented his encounters with mysterious sensed presences. How do we make meaning of such experiences? Are they visitations from external beings? Could they be related to unconscious reactions to toxic substances, auditory subtleties, or erratic electromagnetic fields? Neurological …
 
“I’m on the verge of empty nesting & watching both kids launch into life. My son left 2 years ago & has derailed into intoxicants & cigarette smoking. He works full time & has quit college. How do you make sense of this when he has not been modeled intoxicants as a lifestyle (& we live a fairly healthy lifestyle)- but came from a family where there…
 
The question of whether, when, and what psychoactive medications may be helpful is both big and ambiguous. Mental distress has always been strongly influenced by cultural filters and subjective perceptions. Whereas a person might once have sought to placate a god, sufferers today may turn to medical management rather than mining their psychological…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “I had my beautiful son when I was 32. We tried for 2 years to conceive. When I was 6 months pregnant I was forced to leave his father because of his drinking. He drank a lot because Ireland’s economy crashed and he lost his job. When my son was 6 my son’s father was killed in a car crash, my Dad was dying of …
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My 5 year old son wants to use the tablet to play games constantly. I let him play on it when I am nursing his baby brother because I can't give him attention then but he constantly asks me for it and I often find myself giving in. Yesterday I got so fed up I hid the tablet but I found him playing on it and w…
 
A planned, collaborative termination is the ideal way to bring a depth-oriented therapeutic process to a close. The client may have resolved a problematic life issue and/or have achieved an abiding sense of wholeness. When both partners feel the client’s sense of completion and readiness for a new phase of life, this kind of termination can feel li…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My own mother always made a point of telling me how terrible it had been to give birth to me, that her body was wrecked in the process and that women in our family must not be meant to birth naturally (The story always punctuated with, '... and thank goodness for doctors or we would all be dead!'). When I bec…
 
The death of a loved one is a loss that is part of the human condition and is universal. The Stranger -- mortality -- confronts us with a new need to accept the reality of our loss and pain, a process that can include ambivalent feelings. Relief and anger can be mixed with love and grief. Altogether, we must adjust to an absence where once there wa…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “My only child has severe paranoid schizophrenia and also borderline personality disorder. I did everything possible to keep her safe, medicated and in her own apartment for 10 years. The stress of dealing with her threats and terrifying behavior eventually destroyed my health. Two years ago she abandoned her …
 
Hey TJL Fans, There’s a great Jungian conference in Minneapolis MN this November 1 & 2. Here’s a link to the flyer and since it’s by ‘invitation only’ just say, “This Jungian Life sent me” and you’re in! https://irsja.org/irsja-invitational-conference/ We three will be attending and if you see us be sure to say hello. Cheers Lisa, Deb, & Joseph INF…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “I once shared a story with my daughter (age 14) of a time when my work friends and school friends somehow ended up having a party together and I found myself having a hard time figuring out how to behave. It was not until this moment I realized I altered my personality a bit to fit with the group of friends I…
 
Complaining is universal, perhaps, like gossiping, one of the first uses to which developed language was put. Overall, a complaint can refer to a perceived legal injustice, medical symptom, or other personally painful matter. The chronic complainer feels a lack of agency, and implicitly pleads for emotional support and/or effective action from anot…
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “How can we remove the words ‘guilt’ and ‘failure’ from the parenting lexicon? I’m sick of reading about Mother’s Guilt as if it’s a norm. The manner in which motherhood is depicted these days is not doing motherhood itself any favours. The struggle to find time. The importance of self-care. Both valid but not…
 
Although these Jungian concepts have become familiar psychological terminology, they remain difficult to understand. According to Jung, animus and anima are innate psychic structures shaped significantly by the archetypal world, whereas the shadow is predominantly shaped by personal experiences of ego formation. Whereas shadow tends to be rejected,…
 
Here’s this week’s story: “Discussions and articles seldom mention parents bringing up children with disabilities, in particular non-verbal children. We don't belong to the club of normal family life. It’s a lonely with no shared norms.” We reference the poem Welcome to Holland.By Secrets of the Motherworld
 
Here’s the story we discuss this week: “When my first boy was born, I was so overwhelmed and confused about everything. My boy Is a sensitive child and until today he needs a lot of reassurance and I did not understand why during the first months. I was so exhausted with breastfeeding and lack of sleep and just overall holding and hugging all the t…
 
Healing a Negative Mother Complex As the mother is the generator of life and usual primary attachment figure, the mother complex is universal. As the image of a “personified affect” fueled by an archetypal core, the mother complex is especially powerful. In its negative aspect, it may arise from a mother who was experienced as uncaring, attacking, …
 
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