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Coming Home to Your Self: Depth Psychology and Living the Symbolic Life by Bonnie Bright

As spiritual beings having a human experience, each of us longs for meaning. “Humans are living stories, each imbued with an inherent message and a meaning trying to find its way into the world,” [...]

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Coming Home: An Age-Old Story Seen Through “Soul Eyes” by Bonnie Bright

Human beings are made of stories—the stories we have lived; stories that serve to guide us, and the stories that we aspire to create. One ancient and archetypal story that each of us carries [...]

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Memory: A Cultural Dream from the Cauldron of Myth by Will Linn, Ph.D.

As a mythologist, it’s been an incredible journey to work with Alexandre O Phillipe on his film, Memory: Origins of Alien. This deep dive into the mythic underpinnings of our culture and its [...]

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The Story of the Pond by James Smallwood

The Story of the Pond by James Smallwood, 1986 MA Counseling When I was a kid, I was constantly exploring nature. I was nine years old the first time my dad took us to the Sierras. We camped in a [...]

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Everything Converses by Craig Chalquist

Everything Converses by Craig Chalquist, PhD Depth psychology has played a key part in helping us realize that nature, place, and Earth live inside us, just as we live inside them. As C. G. Jung [...]

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Returning Home by Fanny Brewster

Returning Home by Fanny Brewster Pacifica has been a place I have returned to on many occasions. I first came to the Lambert Campus for my admissions interview.  I had the not-unexpected [...]

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Call for Blog Posts

PGIAA is now accepting blog post for Coming Home 2020.  We welcome original thought pieces and editorials on topics of contemporary or historical interest that are relevant to our theme, “The [...]