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Entries by Pythia Peay from 10/2012

Think This Election Is About the Economy? Interview With Analyst Murray Stein

| Posted 10.01.2012 | Politics

In search of insight into the deeper forces shaping the presidential election, I turned to American Jungian psychoanalyst Murray Stein, Ph.D. Stein lectures on analytical psychology and its applications in the contemporary world.

High Anxiety and the Risks of Democracy: The Psychology of the American Voter

| Posted 10.19.2012 | Politics

The presidential election is upon us and the body politic, buffeted by anxiety, is under stress. In part two of my interview with Jungian psychoanalyst Murray Stein, he addresses the psychology around being a voter in America's large and ever-changing democracy.

On the Day of the Dead, How I Finally Learned to Pray for the Soul of My Difficult, Alcoholic Father

| Posted 10.31.2012 | Religion

It was only through Joe Carroll's death and dying that I was finally able to draw close to the man I'd long ago fled. Before that, the idea of honoring my father after he'd departed this world would have seemed unimaginable.