1st Edition

Carl Jung and Soul Psychology

ISBN 9781560230014
Published August 7, 1991 by Routledge
196 Pages

USD $38.95

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Book Description

Psychotherapy is profoundly indebted to Carl Jung, who among others, discovered the mappings of soul psychology. Carl Jung and Soul Psychology is a fascinating exploration of the identity and unifying work of soul psychology. The editors have met a monumental challenge in enlisting the scope of wisdom represented in this unique book.

Table of Contents

Contents Foundations for a Soul Psychology

  • Psychotherapy and Soul
  • Soul Psychology: A Native American and Jungian Dance
  • But to the Vision Opposite in Space
  • Soul and Spirit
  • Comment
  • When the Spirits Come Back
  • The Lumen Naturae: Soul of the Psychotherapeutic Relationship
  • WHAT IF . . . Religion and the Undiscovered Self
  • The Personal and Anonymous “I”
  • Comment
  • Pathos and Soul-Making
  • Creativity and the Healing of the Soul
  • Soul-Loss and Restoration: A Study in Countertransference
  • We the Alchemists of the Soul
  • Toward a Freud-Jung Reconciliation: An Interview
  • C. G. Jung and the Boston Psychopathologists, 1902-1912
  • The Wandering Uterus: Dream and the Pathologized Image
  • Stepping Out of the Great Code
  • The Pelican and the Flamingo: A Therapist’s Dreams in the Process of Self-Exploration
  • A Vital Person in My Life and An Experience of Synchronicity
  • The Incest Wound and the Marriage Archetype
  • Comment
  • Missed Appointment

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