Laura London is the host of Speaking of Jung, and this remarkable podcast series explores the life and work of Carl Gustav Jung. Each episode features in-depth discussions with certified Jungian analysts, and there is a remarkable depth to these insightful conversations.

Jung’s work can be intimidating, there is so much out there—a massive amount of his own writing, and an equally massive amount of authors interpreting his ideas. Laura’s site is an excellent “way in” to better understanding Jung and the complexities of his work.

Carl Jung wrote a book about UFOs in 1958, it’s titled FLYING SAUCERS, A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky. Pare of this show is a discussion of the ideas in this book.

During this conversation Laura talks about her longtime interest in the UFO phenomenon and her personal experiences, synchronicities and thoughts are at the core of this remarkable conversation.

Laura’s site: Speaking of Jung

You can also find laura on Facebook and Twitter.

 

11 Comments

  1. So glad you’re back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I missed your interviews so much. Thank you!!

  2. So glad you’re back!
    Love your owl as door to the other side! Profound statement. Perhaps this wisdom came from your deeper Self, from Jung’s concept of the Self, the Self that was a grey alien in your past.
    Thank you so much. I actually look forward to your podcast more than Whitley’s, even I love his as well. But he often is not careful with his sources or facts, especially with scientific matters.

  3. Hey Mr. C. Once a month? Ok.
    We will take what we can get! Better to have quality than quantity. Like Mr. Strieber, you have a wonderful soothing voice.🤗 I agree with the others here. You are needed.

  4. Have not listened yet, but Jung’s prescient perspective of the problem of evil, which I literally just discussed in response to someone’s comment on one of Whitley’s recent interviews that they were confused as to how Hitler could have been called forth by the German population via their consciousness. Jung addressed this issue quit succinctly and it has never been more relevant than it has been recently.

  5. A great interview! I think this solidified for me to continue to follow all those little breadcrumbs that show up in my life; that is how I made it here. I’m glad to hear you are taking care of yourself and i am happy to wait a month for the next podcast. Sometimes all the information available these days feels like drinking from a fire hose. I have enough here to ponder for a while! And now I have Laura’s podcast to also keep me busy for a while. Thanks to both of you.

  6. So happy whenever you post a new podcast. Hope all is well with you and yours.

  7. I missed your mellifluous voice Mike and also your very thoughtful interviews. Welcome back.

  8. Looking at the title and description, I honestly thought the content wouldn’t really interest me – how wrong I was – I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    By the way, it’s very good to have you back Mike…quality over quantity, every time. It must take a great deal of energy to create these podcasts, so I’m glad you’ve found a balance that ensures your levels don’t get depleted too much.

    I look forward to listening to more podcasts and / or excerpts from your own books, in the future.

  9. I’ve just downloaded your book ‘Stories from the Messengers’ on Audible and started listening to it… And talking about owls being a symbol on a door, Whitley says about this book in his foreword that “it is one of the joys of this ambitious and consciousness raising book, that it opens a locked door in the mind, the door to wonder that we have firmly closed in our relentless struggle against Nature, even our own nature, which is our true home and mother.”

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