C. G. Jung believed that we need to understand ourselves within the living cultural story of our time. He saw our era as characterized by the end of a Masculine zeitgeist, an axial moment when a new spiritual and psychological factor was emergent. He believed that the triumph of our technology over Nature has left us inflated and in danger of destroying ourselves. By more accurately naming the psychological narrative that drives us, we begin to imagine better pathways through what lies ahead. In honestly facing our cultural shadow and opening to emergent healing voices, we reveal unexpected possibilities of creative reunion with the Feminine inside ourselves and in the world, and invite the possibility of genuine personal meaning-making.
Gary S. Bobroff is the founder of both Jungian Online, which has been connecting clients with Jungian analysts via live video since 2011, and the developer and facilitator of Archetypal Nature, a Jungian personality system rooted in the work of Toni Wolff. He is the author of Knowledge in a Nutshell: Carl Jung (2020) and Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine (2014). He has an M.A. in Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute and a B.A. from the University of British Columbia, Canada