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Russell Lockhart

Website: ralockhart.com

Los Angeles-born Russell Lockhart has a doctoral degree (human psychophysiology) from the University of Southern California. In 1974 he graduated from the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, where he served as Director of Analyst Training from 1979 to 1982. Since 1974 he has been in private practice. He has served on the faculties at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and University of California, Berkeley. He was a research psychologist at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Director of the Psychophysiological Research Laboratory at Camarillo State Hospital.

Dr. Lockhart is the author of Words as Eggs: Psyche in Language and Clinic; Psyche Speaks: A Jungian Approach to Self and World; Secrets of the Undergroundtrader (with Jea Yu), and two books in progress: Gleanings from the Dreamfield and Hints and Helps for Daytraders. He and his wife Frankie have four children.

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 11

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This is the eleventh in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Paco Mitchell: As usual, Russ, there is much to savor in the feast of your comments. How to choose?

Let’s say—I’ll close my eyes and ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 10

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This is the tenth in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Paco Mitchell: Strange coincidences keep happening, Russ, to the extent that sometimes I think chance and necessity—or the accidental a ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 9 - Eros, Thanatos and Freud's Religion

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This is the ninth in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Paco Mitchell: Russ, we’ve had many conversations about the contemporary and the ...read more

Joanna Penn: Living and Loving Her Dream

Author Joanna Penn interviewed by Russell Lockhart

They say the novel is ill. The novel is dying. The novel is dead. The fashionistas of literary criticism, many of them novelists themselves, condemn whatever current cultural phenomena they see t ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 8

This is the eighth in a series of excerpts from a dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Russell Lockhart: At the end of our last dialogue, I referred to Goethe’s “method” and how it embodied taking time and engaging in the fullness ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 7 - A Dialogue on 'TIME'

This is the seventh in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Russell: Last time, you brought up intuition as a focus. Another aspect to bring front and center is time. Our ordinary sense of time ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 6

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This is the sixth in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

PM: Over the course of our dialogue, one psychological factor has been implicit from the beginning. We have used it liberally and descr ...read more



 





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 5

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This is the fifth in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

RL: At the end of our last dialogue, I was saying that from a large cultural perspective we may be entering a new nomadism. I think the ...read more

     

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 4

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This is the fourth in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Paco Mitchell: At the end of our last dialogue, we imagined ourselves deep underground in the caves at Lascaux, looking up at Paleolit ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 3

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This is the third in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell.

Paco Mitchell: Russ, at the beginning of our Dialogue #2 you said: “But, at bottom, we are all linked by a kind of rhizome layer.” That’s ...read more

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 2

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This is the second in a series of excerpts from an ongoing dialogue between Russell Lockhart and Paco Mitchell. The first dialogue—and what prompted this exchange between them—is published in Dream Network Journal/ Spring 2008. Volume 27 Number 1.

Dreams, Bones and the Future: Part 1

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In a recent issue of Dream Network Journal (Vol. 26 #3 and #4), Russell Lockhart, in his column “Dreams in the News,” described a dream that pictured him making a “dreamgourd” and specially marked stones to be used in casting I Ching hexagrams in ...read more

Whispers and Murmurs: Perspectives on 'Dreaming Humanity's Path'

"The true history of the spirit is not preserved in learned volumes but in the living psychic organism of every individual." -C.G. Jung C.W. 11,56

It is quite remarkable, because it is so rare, to see in public such a collection ...read more

Embracing the future in our dreams: Emerging forms of community - Russell Lockhart interviewed by Roberta Ossana

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I can feel a yearning to make a place for hearing our dreams and their poetry, a place for the "re-enchantment" of the world. To have psyche's speech heard only in consulting rooms will not suffice in the times to come; psyche's voice must be h ...read more