Howl in the Wilderness
MPP103 Soul Medicine: Healing Through Dreams, Visions & Pilgrimage with Edward Tick PhD
If you’re interested in hearing more about Ed’s personal journey, I recommend also checking out episode 80 of the podcast.
For many decades, Ed has devoted himself to studying and practicing depth psychology and the ancient Greek healing arts, and has led pilgrimages to Greece and Vietnam as a guide for those seeking a form of holistic healing beyond the limits of what modern medicine and psychology can offer.
In his new book, Ed delves deeply into the philosophical, mythological and cultural origins of modern medicine and psychology in an attempt to recover their archetypal roots. Drawing on both ancient wisdom and modern depth psychology as well as stories of healings from his more than 25 years of guiding Vietnam veterans and others on pilgrimages, Soul Medicine offers a vision of how we can all use ancient healing philosophies and practices to achieve holistic healing today.
As I mentioned in the intro to the last episode, I’m hoping to have more conversations with less well-known folks who have found soul recovery and healing through the creative arts. If you’re someone who fits that description, or knows someone like that, please feel free to reach out via Instagram @revealingthesoul or email me at email@example.com
Long life, honey in the heart
White roads paved with the eyebrows of the moon, which is sea foam
Yellow roads, all colour roads, which are paved with abundance
From the tail of the morning star, which is a deer
Thirteen thank yous
Ed’s website: https://www.edwardtick.com
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Sound collage: "Invocation" by Brian James
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