In today's podcast, Dr. Tom continues his exploration of the Myth of Daedalus, who tragically turns upon his nephew in a murderous rage and creates the means from which jealousy and egoism make their mark upon the newer generation yearning to learn from the past.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Tom explores a dream relayed to him by his son, who in ascending to the profession of a video game player, shakes things up to learn a little bit about building a solid foundation.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Tom continues his exploration of Bulfinch’s Daedalus. In Icarus’s demise, we see a valuable lesson of how to build the foundation for psychological growth through descent into the unconscious and ascent back to the realm of spirit.
In this podcast, Dr. Tom explores the myth of Daedalus, that reminds us in order to be proactive in our children's psychological development, we have to steer them towards their own sense of values by instilling a moral compass through developing their own sense of compassionate grounding experiences.
In today's podcast, Dr. Tom continues his exploration of the Myth of Daedalus, which shows us that parenting from a patient perspective oftentimes requires us to simply allow play to be play, in order to help foster the experimental attitude needed to realize Self Potential.
In today's Podcast, Dr. Tom explores the true mark of life: a series of tests unfolding that force us to reach within, find out what is there, and utilize those glowing embers to ignite a passion within that is willing to persevere to realize the brevity of a dream created.
In today's podcast, Dr. Tom explores the ascent of Daedalus from a psychospiritual perspective. In this segment, Dr. Tom analyzes the beginning of this wonderful myth, that reminds us that ascent without descent creates the means by which we lose the personal foundation that drives our emotional and spiritual development forward.
In today's podcast, Dr. Tom explores a wonderful citation from Georges Bernanos, who reminds us that it is in the collective force of our individual perception that allows us to see the beauty present in the world.
In today's podcast, Dr. Tom embraces a poem from the great Hafiz, who reminds us that the gentle embrace of love does not come with obligation but a loving kindness for what is present. In this segment, we continue examining the mature masculine in its warming embrace of the feminine elements.
In today's podcast, Dr. Tom explores the practical application of the Father Within, that archetypal warrior, lover, king, and sage, who will may below as the wind, but finds solace in the warmth of love he is capable of giving to his children.
Dr. Tom gives a reading of Aesop's The Northwind and the Sun from the Library of Congress Website read.gov. In the reading, Dr. Tom analyzes the archetypes of the myth as it relates to Carl Jung's notion of Self-Realization.