Mindful Tree — Download my guided visualizations/meditations at:


Teaching a Four Week Course with Pacifica Graduate Institute Extension–Forgotten Child in Collective Contexts April 2024


Some links:

Here are some links:

Songs with Nature Photo Images:

Remembrance Beckons

We are Home

Great Ocean

You’re the River: Tribute to Satie’s Gnossienne No.1

Others that are not here: May All Beings, Echoes of the Stillpoint, and Grandmother Hawk.

Pacifica Talks:

Many Ways of Knowing—Pacifica Talk for Admissions Candidates

The Child Within: Jungian and Post-Jungian Contributions to Spiritual Integration with Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown (starts at 19:02 and goes to 54:00 )


Zen Music Website – Guided Meditations/Visualizations with Peter Morley (Shantha Sri)


Daily Image and Commentary #34, May 28, 2020

Juliet Rohde-Brown, Ancestor, 2019. Acrylic on paper. Artist Personal Collection, Carpinteria, CA

This painting was inspired by meditation, engaging the imaginal, and dialogue with ancestors. We see two sentient beings traveling in the dark wilderness. A small light guides the way. When I reflect on how many times our ancestors have experienced the kinds of losses and uncertainties that we face today, this is an image of inspiration. It speaks to facing the unknown, trusting the depths of the subtle world and the power of embodied life force, and honoring human and nonhuman relationships.Juliet Rohde-Brown
Carpinteria, CA


The Way It Is
Over and over we break
open, we break and
we break, and we open.
For a while, we try to fix
the vessel — as if
to be broken is bad.
As if with glue and tape
and a steady hand we
might bring things to perfect
again. As if they were ever
perfect. As if to be broken is not
also perfect. As if to be open
is not the path toward joy.

The vase that’s been shattered
and cracked will never
hold water. Eventually
it will leak. And at some
point, perhaps, we decide
that we’re done with picking
our flowers anyway, and no
longer need a place to contain them
We watch them grow just
as wildflowers do — unfenced,
unmanaged, blossoming only
when they’re ready — and mygod,
how beautiful they are amidst
the mounting pile of shards.

by Rosemary Wahtola Trommer

Congratulations Graduating Class of 2020!

May you tend to the unfolding of new chapters in your lives!

Visible and Invisible

Working Together (by David Whyte)

We shape our self

to fit this world

and by the world

are shaped again.

The visible

and the invisible

working together

in common cause,

to produce

the miraculous.

I am thinking of the way

the intangible air

traveled at speed

round a shaped wing


holds our weight.

So may we, in this life


to those elements we have yet to see

or imagine,

and look for the true

shape of our own self,

by forming it well

to the great

intangibles about us.

(Published in his book, River Flow)

We Are Home


Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices at Pacifica Graduate Institute

Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with Specialization in Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices

Yin Yang in Mercy garden

Solidarity and Compassion May 16th Santa Barbara

beach walk Floridahttps://www.radhuleweiningerphd.com/…/solidarity-compassio…/

Compassionate Engagement: An Interfaith and Humanistic Perspective

The Dalai Lama says, “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion; if you want to be happy, practice compassion.” As we realize our interdependence, we notice a longing to act for the welfare of others; and that gives us a sense of belonging, meaning, and even happiness.
On this Solidarity and Compassion evening, we will discuss together with Dr. Mary Watkins, Rabbi Steve Cohen, Imam Yama Niazi, Rev. Julia Hamilton, Radhule Weininger and Michael Kearney how we can draw insight and strength from different philosophical and spiritual perspectives for our engagement with this world in challenging times.

Wednesday, May 16th 7 pm-8.30pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State Street, Santa Barbara
donation only

The Meaning of Integration in the Context of Healing

An Information Session for the Integrative Therapy and Healing Practices Specialization

Join us for an online information session with faculty members:

Juliet Rohde Brown, Program Chair

Lionel Corbett, Core Faculty

Elizabeth Nelson, Core Faculty

Thursday, May 3rd at 6:00 PM PDT

Sign up here: https://www.pacifica.edu/degree-program/integrative-therapy-healing-practices/dpt-info-session/



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