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Depth Video serves a community of people interested in the work of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jungian psychology, depth and archetypal psychology, mythology, and more. We sell videos from some of the most respected thinkers of our age — people like James Hillman, Marion Woodman, and Robert Johnson. Concepts include archetypes, dreams, the collective unconscious, synchronicity, spirituality, perfection, soul, astrology, psychotherapy, the Hero's Journey, feelings, depression, and, of course, love. Our home page clips change often in reflection of new DVDs, or just cause we've discovered another jewel from the archives.

 
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  • Metaphors of the Mind — Why does loneliness feel cold and sin feel dirty? MORE

  • What used to 'spoiling' is now called 'overparenting.' From the New Yorker. MORE

  • Still being unearthed: The Iliad and the Odyssey are still giving up new secrets about the ancient world. MORE

  • He liked to say he was a small town boy bewildered by the city, but Ben Franklin was anything but. MORE

  • In defense of daydreaming: Why it is often essential to learning and important creative work. MORE

  • Why the racy news about Emily Dickinson's secret lover is being ignored. MORE

  • From Freud seeing his mommy naked to Bob Hope's last joke, history is a series of landmarks. MORE

  • Oscar Wilde was a man of books, from Plato to Pater, and the story of his libraries is the story of his life. MORE

  • What is art for? Check out this amazing profile of non-fiction author Lews Hyde from the NYT mag. MORE

  • Paleolithic cave art shows no sun, moon or plant life, and hardly a human. It is, instead, all about magnificent animals. MORE 

 • Lolita at 50. is this a novel of love, or a an evasive testimony to perversion? James Kinkaid weighs in. MORE

 
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Our latest video comes from the legendary Dr. James Hillman. On the heels of the publishing of the Jung Red Book, Hillman traveled to California to present a 2.5 hour seminar at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. His topic was the impulse behind all of the Red Book content, a technique developed by Jung called "Active Imagination." To have Hillman, the first director of the Jung Institute, lecturing on this topic and this time in history was truly captivating, and the DVD of this session has become our biggest seller ever.
 
 
 
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