“Awesome in the old sense of the word. Powerful!” – E.T., Asheville, NC


Why are the flms and fgures we love the most so often the most archetypal ones?

  • Explore the psyche through flm, television, history and pop culture
  • Gain fresh understanding of historical fgures, yourself and the people you love
  • Uncover a startling new lens on personality from a lost Jungian tradition
  • Each week will include Netfix and classic flm recommendations
  • Discuss our insights together and share your archetypal film favorites

LIVE WEBINAR ONLINE SIX SUNDAYS beginning Feb. 11th, 2018 - Noon Pacific, 3pm Eastern, 8pm GMT

All sessions will be available to registered attendees on video shortly following broadcast.

session videos

First Session - Feb. 11, 2018


Session Two - Feb. 18, 2018 - Father-Warrior & Mother-Amazon

Session Three - Feb. 25, 2018 - Seeker-Warrior & Companion-Amazon

Session Four - Mar. 4, 2018 - Seeker-Sage & Companion-Mediatrix

Session FIVE - Mar. 11, 2018 - Father/Mother-Sage

Finale! (Session Six) - Mar. 18, 2018


What are Archetypes? 

Archetypes are natural structures of the psyche -- they transcend our personal history, our culture and our time. Part of the collective unconscious, they are shared worldwide. We gain sight of them in the similar themes of myth, legend and literature across cultures throughout time. In modern Western society, archetypes are especially evident in film and television. Archetypes underlie our behavior but, if we can become conscious of the particular archetypes that are living through us, we can avoid having them control us unconsciously. If we can own our story, we can keep it from owning us.

Gary S. Bobroff, M.A. is an international speaker, author and workshop leader. He is a dynamic presenter and prides himself on delivering the depth of Jungian approaches in an accessible, engaging, visual-oriented and modern form. Gary has an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia, Canada and an M.A. in Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is the primary developer and facilitator of the Archetypal Nature workshop. His first book, Crop Circles, Jung & the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine, was published in August 2014 by North Atlantic Books (www.JungAndCropCircles.net).  You can follow his soulful in-depth Jungian writing on modern questions at www.GSBobroff.com.