Jordan Bernt Peterson is a professor at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist and the author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jan 2018, Penguin Books). His book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief, offers a revolutionary take on the psychology of religion, and the hundred or more scientific papers he published with his colleagues and students have substantively advanced the modern understanding of creativity and personality.
As a Harvard professor, he was nominated for the prestigious Levinson Teaching Prize, and is regarded by his current University of Toronto students as one of three truly life-changing professors. His classroom lectures on mythology and psychology, based on Maps of Meaning, were turned into a popular 13-part TV series on TVO.
In an original Channel 4 News’ fiery interview, is interrogated by Cathy Newman. His reaction is classic Jordan Peterson. The exchange can be a worthwhile learning tool in confronting the me=ind and tactics of the modern liberal mindset. At about 22 minutes in, there was a confrontation with what appeared to be a classic "animus possession" personality that was evident in Cathy Newman's behavior toward Jordan Peterson.
Was her mental derailment merely a psychological event or was their a spiritual component?
Jordan Peterson analyzes the original Channel 4 News’ fiery interview in a TRUTHBOMB interview, also posted on this page. He explains or at least mentions some of the psychological phenomena like the "animus possession" at about 9 minutes into "his refection" in the interview with TRUTHBOMBS.
We ended up mentioning "animus possession", the "shadow" unconsciousness and the "dark side" of the collective unconsciousness of society in the program which will be released next week. We also talked about how the collective unconsciousness can actually manipulate the whole of society which he continues in the TRUTHBOMBS interview.
In the third hour of our Shadow broadcast on Keys of the Kingdom we discuss some of these same issues brought up by Jordan Peterson.
See Jordan Peterson on Meditation.