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Craig Chalquist "Archetypes of Place and Planet: Exploring the Depths Around and Within Us"

Dr. Chalquist coined the term “terrapsychology” to describe the study of how our natural surroundings can manifest intimately in human psychology. C. G. Jung behaved as though the things of the world around him - everyday objects, houses, landscapes - were presences that addressed us continually.

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Craig Chalquist  "Archetypes of Place and Planet:  Exploring the Depths Around and Within Us"
Craig Chalquist  "Archetypes of Place and Planet:  Exploring the Depths Around and Within Us"

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18 Nov 2023, 16:00 – 18:00 GMT

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ARCHETYPES OF PLACE AND PLANET: Exploring the Depths Around and Within Us

C. G. Jung behaved as though the things of the world around him - everyday objects, houses, landscapes - were presences that addressed us continually. “Hence at bottom,” Jung wrote in Man and His Symbols, "the psyche is simply ‘world.’" Terrapsychology follows up on this idea by offering tools for tracing how our possessions, homes, surroundings, and planet show up inside us as complexes, dream figures, moods, and new ideas, and how certain myths seem to favor certain locales. Join us for a presentation and Q and A that will offer tools for tracing these deep relations that add another dimension to human culture, fill out the depths of our everyday lives, and situate us in the ecological and psychological place conversation or discourse of where we are.

Dr. Craig Chalquist is a depth psychologist, professor, author, and consultant who writes and teaches at the intersection of psyche, story, and imagination, with one foot in the academy and the other in the world. As a loreologist, he provides resources for exploring the limits and possibilities of the personal and collective stories we navigate by in order to deepen, expand, or replace them so we move from being confined by them to authoring them.

Dr. Chalquist coined the term “terrapsychology” to describe the study of how our natural surroundings can manifest intimately in human psychology. He also coined “enchantivism,” a form of storytelling that moves from human injustice to a vision of how we most desire to live as a global community.

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