Australia’s Radio National programme The Spirit of Things recently featured and interview with Jung specialist Claire Dunne. The topic of discussion was Carl Jung, and in particular a conversation around some of the themes of Dunne’s re-issued (May 2012) 2000 publication Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul.
Here’s the promo for the programme:
“…Carl Jung's exploration of the psyche took him deep into the world of religion, myth and the occult. The founder of depth psychology, Jung said that his patients suffered from a lack of what religion used to give people, but lost, and that healing would come from a direct experience of the Divine... And the Art Gallery of NSW exhibition on Australian Symbolism delves into the art of dreams.”
You can listen to the programme or download it here.
Of course, as with any human being (myself included), there are rightly dimensions of Jung around which one could be very critical, we are all wounded to greater or lesser degrees, but there is also much in his work that is truly fascinating, insightful and helpful.