A peripatetic podcast in which Leigh Sales and Annabel Crabb discuss what they're reading, watching, cooking, listening to or irrationally exhilarated by.
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Most of us know what it means when we say a person went “unconscious” or “lost consciousness”. But deeply imbedded in the roots of psychology’s history is the idea of The Unconscious - a psychological phenomena that is inherent to the human psyche and whether we like it or not, influences a tremendous amount of our behavior from who we fall in love with to racial discrimination. As part of the ongoing "Brief Psycho-Education" series, in this episode Lily breaks down what The Unconscious is and makes a case for facing all that we've kept hidden from ourselves and others. CREDITS Written & Produced By: Lily Sloane Music & Sound Design By: Lily Sloane "Come as You Are" Instrumental: Original song by Kurt Cobain, cover by Lily Sloane Role of Anais Nin Performed By: Anna Howland of Anna Howland Psychotherapy Role of Carl Jung Performed By: Kurt Kohlstedt, producer at 99% Invisible and founder of Web Urbanist Editorial Support Provided By: Jesse Rhodes, Molly Merson, & Stacey McGuirl Interview & Concept Support: Jessica Brown Episode Image: jayhem by Andy NoTanx Special Thanks to the strangers at the bars, Kip Williams, Aurelie Goldblatt, & Adam Foster. REFERENCES A Fist Full of Dollars (1964) (clips used during "Wild West" song) Westworld Season 1, Episode 10 (2016) Anaïs Nin, A Woman Speaks: The Lectures, Seminars and Interviews of Anaïs Nin C.G. Jung, The Essential Jung: Selected Writings