The Taira St. John Show
THE TAIRA ST. JOHN SHOW (Formerly “Inside Out”)
One-hour live talk and interview show, broadcast weekly on Wednesdays at 2:00 - 3:00 pm (Pacific)
Replayed Mondays at 1:00 - 2:00 pm - Streamed worldwide: Click here...
KPFZ 88.1 fm - Lakeport, Clearlake, all around the Lake, and into four adjacent counties.
Lake County Community Radio Host/Programmer and Producer Taira St. John, Ph.D., M.F.T.
Taira's Radio Show History
DNA of Carl Jung: Depth Psychology Radio Interview Series
"Inside Out" was launched on KPFZ in 2001 as an interview and talk show on psychology, philosophy, metaphysics and alternative healing practices. The one-hour live conversation reflecting personal and public perspectives from the inside out airs live every Wednesday from 2:00 pm until 3:00 pm, and is rebroadcast on Mondays at 1:00 p.m. We use call-ins only on selected shows, as they tend to distract from the impact of the interviews. Other series and shows have included, "It's Your Business" (interviews with business and professionals in Lake County); and "Surfin' the Casbah", interviews by Skype with Jesse Aizenstat, as he traveled throughout the Middle East with his surfboard.
In March, 2009, “Inside Out” initiated a series on the “DNA of Carl Jung”-- conversations about Carl Jung and depth psychology with outstanding Jungian analysts, therapists, researchers, writers and teachers. Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., Founder and President of Pacifica Graduate Institute, (specializing in depth psychology) launched the show with his book, Dream Tending; and reappeared after publishing Imagination and Medicine: The Future of Healing in an Age of Neuroscience, coedited with Jungian Psychoanalyst Robert Bosnak, who pioneered a radically different methodology called, “Cyber Dreaming,” based on dream and alchemical research. Professor Bosnak was also interviewed on the show in 2010.
"Inside Out,” morphed into the new “Taira St. John Show,” in December 2011 after a name change of the show by station management. The show is currently focusing on peace, and transcendence with many social healers and other transformational leaders working toward
inner and outer peace.
Some of these speakers have included:
Stephen Aizenstat, Ph.D., Past President of Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Robert Bosnak, a Jungian Psychoanalyst who pioneered a radically different methodology called, “Cyber Dreaming,” based on dream
and alchemical research.
James O'Dea, Director of Amnesty International's Washington, D.C. office, former President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and
author of Creative Stress.
Fred Arment, Founder and President of International Cities of Peace, author of The Elements of Peace; How Non-Violence Works.
Eric Kasum, Founder of the Imagine Peace Conference 2011 (Berkeley, CA), author of Blue Print: How to Change the World.
Aqeela Sherrills, who brokered a cease-fire between the Crips and the Bloods in L.A. that reduced crime and killing dramatically before
launching an international program to reduce gang violence in inner cities.
Dr. Eugene Tazo, author and lecturer on Ancient Christian Wisdom (2,000 lectures on line).
Dr. Roberto Dansie, Founder of Cultural Wisdom, world expert on Mayan history and cultural diversity; and other international leaders,
teachers and facilitators of individual, group and social transformation.
Other guests have included:
Thomas Moore, writer/speaker, Care of the Soul, Writing in the Sand, and others (three interviews).
Bob Henderson (Enterviews with Jungian Analysts, Vols. I & II).
Lori Pye, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Cultural Change on Change as Perceived by Carl Jung.
Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D., and Jennifer Leigh Selig, Ph.D., Pacifica Core Faculty and co-authors/editors of
Reimagining Education: Reviving the Soul of Learning.
Rev. Megan Wagner, Ph.D., Bay Area Kaballah Teacher.
Jesse Aizenstat, “Surfing the Casbah”, Journalist on the Middle East, BloggingtheCasbah.com.
Siddhartha B. Shah, on Sacred Art and Sacred Space, a representation of gods and goddesses in Tibetan and Nepalese art.
Ginette Paris, Ph.D., Pacifica Core Faculty, Wisdom of the Psyche, on suffering and The Sacrament of Abortion.
Robert Romanyshyn, Pacifica Core Faculty, author of Technology as Symptom and Dream, The Soul in Grief: Love, Death and
Transformation, on technology, loss and other soul questions, and The Wounded Researcher.
Bill Attride, Depth Cultural Astrologer, New York City, on the Birth Chart of Carl Jung; the interface of great time cycles in current
world conditions; world political and social projections and U.S interface; President Obama and other political influentials in
American elections (semi-annual interviews).
Alain DeSouches and Michael Stone, Social Activist and KVMR Radio Host, Nevada City, CA, and Carol Cole-Lewis,
Social Network Consultant, Pachamama Alliance Spokesmen for Ecuadorean Tribe rainforest project, “Awakening the Dreamer"
Stephen Segaller, Vice President,WNET/NYC, co-author of the book and Writer-Producer of independent 4-video film series, “The World
of C. G. Jung”, “The Gnostics” and other documentaries on London’s Channel 4.
Ruth Meyer, Ph.D., author of Clio’s Circle: Understanding History from a Depth Psychology Perspective.
Jonathan Young, Ph.D., Founding Curator of Joseph Campbell Archives at Pacifica Graduate Institute and Founder/Director of
Center of Story and Symbol on Integrity: the Soul of Ethics, Joseph Campbell, and “The Mentor and the Mentored and Peter Pan”
(Puer and Puella).
Patricia Katsky, Ph.D., Director of Depth Psychology and Core Faculty, Pacifica Graduate Institute and former President of Los Angeles
Jung Institute, on “Becoming a Therapist: Individuation and Related Dreamwork”.
Jacqueline Feather, Ph.D., Pacifica Graduate Institute, screenwriter and Jungian Analyst in training, Jung Institute of Southern California,
Santa Monica, CA on “Memoirs as a Depth Psychology Process”.
Lionel Corbett, Ph.D., Pacifica faculty, on “Depth Pychology and the Numinous”.
John Beebe, M.D., Jungian Analyst and former President of San Francisco Jung Institute, interview series on Psychological Types
and The Red Book.
Anne Baring, Jungian Analyst, on “The Loss and Return of the World’s Soul” (re McGilchrist’s Master and His Emissary) and Soul Power,
co-authored with Scilla Elworthy, Ph.D., Executive Director of Peace Direct, London.
Laurence Hillman, Astrologer on archetypal perspectives.
Jacob Needleman, Ph.D., San Francisco State University faculty, on Money, Why Can’t We be Good? and What is God?.
China Galland, Longing for Darkness, on the Black Madonna.
Christopher Vogler, author of The Writer’s Journey, from the anthropological themes of Joseph Campbell.
Robert Moradi, M.D., Jungian Analyst and Board Certified Psychiatarist, LA Jung Institute Faculty, Assoc. Clinical Professor of
Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, on Dreams and Dreaming.
James Hollis, certified Jungian Analyst, and former President of the Houston Jung Center, Saybrook Institute Clinical Training Director
and Vice President of the Philemon Institute, publisher of Jung’s personal notes in The Red Book, a 2009 breakthrough publishing
event, and other works, on “Male Suffering and Healing”.
Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D., Certified Jungian Analyst, on the Divine Feminine.
Dianne Juhl, Pacifica Academic and Jungian Analyst-in-Training, on The Feminine Face of Money.
Susan Rowland, Ph.D., seminal research, C.G. Jung and the Humanities, Jung as a Writer, and Jung’s widespread influence on
our culture (three interviews).
Joan Marler, Director, Institute of Archaeo- mythology on Marijas Gimbutas and the Goddess Era.
Sissa Nelson, M.A. on Liminality, Anne Bach M.A., on Creativity.
James O’Dea, cultural peace leader and social healer, on Creative Stress.
Steven Buser, M.D., founder of Ashville Jung Center, on: ”Faith, Spirituality and Cutting Edge Brain Technology”.
Tom Singer, M.D. on Psyche and the City and The Cultural Complex (two interviews).
William C. Pack, USA Book News Best Books Finalist, author of The Bottom of the Sky.
Murray Stein, Ph.D. and Jungian Analyst on counseling therapies (two interviews).
Michael Conforti, Ph.D., Assisi Institute on “Forms and Patterns” and ‘Dreams”(two interviews).
Emily Hines, Chief of Peace, The Shift Network; and Eric Kasum, Imagine Peace Conference 2011, Berkeley, CA.
Dr. Eugene Tazo, Christian Mysteries.
Brad Kammer, MFT, Somatic Experiencing: Trauma.
With gratitude and hope for world harmony,
Taira St.John, PhD., M.F.T.
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