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Robert Romanyshyn

Educator, Author and Psychotherapist 



Inner Journeys in the Outer World

This video awakens the bond between the living soul of nature and us

View 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.


Interviews I have done in various media

The Sustainability Agenda interview. The host is Fergal Byrne


Musing with Monsters is a talk by Robert Romanyshyn. An online evening with the Re-Vision Community.

Shrink Rap Radio Interview of my book,Victor Frankenstein, The Monster and the Shadows of Technology: The Frankenstein Prophecies

The Frankenstein Prophecies: The Untold Tale. Video Interview for the Earth, Climate Dream Symposium

"Edges and Margins: Living and Working in Exile”  An Online Interview as part of a 7-day conversation featuring 21 speakers who will address the topic:

Embracing Radical Change

Unlearning the Illusions of our Modern World

Activating New Truths about the Future of Humanity

Soul Work: Reflections on Crises, Courage and Vocation.
An Interview with Taryia Ward at Sacred Planet Global Event

Robert Romanyshyn, Ph.D. and Oksana Yakushko, Ph.D. Chair Clinical Psychology Programs, discuss the 30 year history of Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
Pacifica Graduate Institute 
April 11, 2017

The Frankenstein Prophecies: The Monster's Tale.
Video Lecture, Pacifica Graduate Institute Salon
March 2, 2018

On line Interview as part of a Global Summit organized by Jocelyn Mercado.
Remembering the Truth of Who We Are
Feb. 13, 2018

‘The Ecological Crisis and the Image of Frankenstein’

August 20, 2015

‘The Frankenstein Prophecies-How to Make a Monster’
Feb 27, 2015 By Linda Ravenswood
Staged by Brian Sonia-Wallace

‘Antarctica: Inner Journeys in the Outer World’
Dec 7, 2010
Jung Platform

The Simplicity of Silence,
the Serenity of Solitude


Footsteps on green carpeted stairs
Echo in this empty house.

A house of ghosts! 

Dishes in cupboards waiting to be of use,
Sofa and chairs sinking from the heavy weight of absence.

The sweet oblivion of their indifference!
All is still as if the slightest movement is a final farewell,
Photos on the walls already fading.

It takes so long for them to die!

Books curling up into themselves,
Shelves sagging under unread words.

Offered promises of wonder decaying!

Once thick walls crumbling into dust,
Solid doors limply hanging on their hinges

A silent threnody!

Wind moaning through trees,
A flowered garden withering in the sun.

Traces of thresholds no longer being crossed! 

Mead Farm
July 31, 2019