There’s a secret name inside you

That belongs to the stars

Wind, trees, waves, soul

Take what is yours and live it.

Veronica Goodchild, Songlines for the Soul

Dr. Marilyn Steele interview
curriculum vitae
Woman in Tree

My interest in Jungian psychology is born of my home Hawaii, a land of great beauty and native wisdom, where life is deeply intertwined with nature and its rhythms.

Here, in this magical place alive with the sacred Feminine, I lost both my siblings at a tender age. This early trauma cultivated empathy and inspired my passion to explore the mysteries of life and death through the prism of women’s stories. I became passionate about integrating dreams, indigenous wisdom, new science, epistemology, and the imaginal realm to unlock feminine power.

As I dove deeper into the profession, I became increasingly aware that psychology did not value women or take their experiences, perspectives, inclusive thinking and feeling, or their spiritual wisdom into account.

I dedicated myself to exploring and describing the science and spirituality of women’s lives, the processes of growth and transformation, and the archetypal psychology of the dynamic, transformative Feminine.

This is the catalyst, the consciousness, the creativity that has been missing in world culture for thousands of years. In the last six decades, It has been revealed, reborn, regenerated, ever-accelerating with quickening intensity.

What will you bring to this next chapter?

We are carriers of the emerging possible.

We are midwifing a new story.

A new Earth. A new humanity.