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Robert Romanyshyn

Educator, Author and Psychotherapist 



Inner Journeys in the Outer World

The DVD awakens the bond between the living soul of nature and us

You can purchase it here.

Excerpt of a lecture based on the DVD

In this Jung Platform lecture excerpt, Robert explores the intertwining of psyche and nature in the context of the ecological crisis of the melting polar ice.


 The DVD 'Antarctica: Inner Journeys in the Outer World' is a documentary of a trip I took with my wife to that region of the world in November 2009. The 86 images set to music specifically written for the project and accompanied by a voice over set a tone of reverie that invites one into a landscape of beauty that awakens the ancient bonds between us and the living soul of the world. The frozen forms of ice that dwarf our human presence are crystal cathedrals, which echo the ancient music of nature. Responsive to these harmonies one begins to realize how out of synch with nature we are, and one begins, perhaps, another journey, an interior one from exile toward homecoming.


Into the Heart of the Melting Ice

Streets with No Name

I am searching for a place where streets have no name,

Where they begin in clouds and end in ancient green forests 

filled with fantastic beasts,

That strange land where the rain rises up from the Earth toward the sky,

Where birds tired of flying have grown gills and dive into the sea,

Where fish have grown wings to soar above the Earth, 

And lungs to breathe in the air in greedy gulps of delight, 

While singing the old fish songs from the cities beneath the sea. 

February, 2017