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Audio Archive

The Jung Center features a substantial—and growing—archive of recordings of lectures and conferences. Check back for new free downloads, and visit our bookstore for many more recordings available for purchase and immediate download.

 

At Peace

Sam Harrington joined The Jung Center and the Community for Conscious Aging in January of 2020 for At Peace, a discussion about dying with dignity.  Not all audience questions can be heard on the recording, but we include the content based on the value of Dr. Harrington’s answers.

At Peace (click here to listen)

Click here to visit Sam’s website and purchase his book!

 

The Summons of the Soul

Recorded March 10, 2012 at The Jung Center

This lecture by James Hollis was delivered as part of an open house for Saybrook University’s graduate program in Jungian studies, hosted at The Jung Center. To learn more about the certificates and graduate degrees you can earn through this program, click here.

The Summons of the Soul (click here to listen)

 

How Changing Media Changes Minds

Recorded June 17, 2011 at The Jung Center

This panel featured Texas Monthly writer Mimi Swartz, Houston Press writer John Nova Lomax, Jungian analyst Wynette Barton, and Jung Center director Jerry Ruhl in a wide-ranging conversation regarding the state of contemporary media.

How Changing Media Changes Minds: Part I

How Changing Media Changes Minds: Part II