E16 Etty Hillesum & C.G Jung with Barbara Morrill

"We never know what comes forward in a soul when the worst of the worst happens."   

Episode description:

Ever since I first read the diaries of Etty Hillesum (1914-1943) I wanted to understand better her relation to the psychology of C.G Jung. A few episodes ago I had a conversation about Jungian Analyst and hand-reader Julius Spier, who was Etty's analyst. In this episode, we shift the attention to Etty Hillesum and as our guide, we have Barbara Morrill.

Barbara Morrill is a clinical psychologist in private practice and an Associate Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies. She will help us look at the life and individuation of Etty Hillesum through a lens inspired by Jung’s psychology, and to help us better understand his psychology's influence on her thinking and writing.

Interweaved into this conversation are read excerpts from the diaries of Etty’s Hillesum beautifully brought to life by Katharina Albrecht.

Music played in this episode is licensed under creativecommons.org: Ketsa - Reborn.
E16 Etty Hillesum & C.G Jung with Barbara Morrill
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