Sacral Revolutions is a unique project reflecting the contribution that Andrew Samuels has made to the general field of psychoanalysis and Jungian analysis in both clinical and academic contexts.
Gottfried Heuer has brought together an international array of authors – friends and colleagues of Samuels – to honour his 60th Birthday. As a result, the collection provides a creative and cutting-edge overview of a fragmented field. The chapters demonstrate the profound sense of social responsibility of these analysts and academics whose concerns include the mysteries and hidden meanings in social and political life.
This open and engaging volume includes a previously unpublished interview with C. G. Jung, adding to its usefulness as an essential companion for academics, analysts, therapists and students.
Table of Contents
G. Heuer, A Plural Bouquet for a Birthday Celebration in Print: Introduction. Jung, Giffard, "I Hope that We Might Find a Way." A Birthday Interview with C. G. Jung in his 80th Year. Vannoy Adams, The Sable Venus on the Middle Passage: Images of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Altman, Repetition and Repair: Commentary on the Film "Love and Diane" by Jennifer Dworkin. Austin, Women's Aggressive Energies, Agency and Psychological Change. Bair, Faintclews and Indirections: Jung and Biography. Beebe, The Integrity of the Supervisor and the Sins of Psychotherapy Supervision. Benjamin, Mutual Injury and Mutual Acknowledgement. P, Boechat, Violence in the Family: Challenges to the Fantasy of Shelter and Protection. W, Boechat, The Dream in Psychosomatic Patients. Cambray, How They See Us Now. Carter, Night Terrors: A Titanic Experience Considered from Science, Art and Psychology. Clark, The Embodied Counter-Transference and Recycling the Mad Matter of Symbolic Equivalence. Clarkson, Nuttall, Physis: Archetype of Nature's Soul. Dimen, Samuels, Muriel Dimen Interviewed by Andrew Samuels. Duckworth, Between Life and Death: Weaving the Remaining Spaces in the Tapestry of Life. Hauke, What's Missing? Death and the Double. B, Heuer, On Transformation: The Art and the Science of Forgiveness. G, Heuer, The Gospel of Judas: An Emerging Potential for World Peace? J, Kirsch, Community, Communitas, and Group Process Seminars in Analytic Training. T, Kirsch, Jung and the World of the Fathers. Layton, Citizenship and Subjectivity. Main, Jung as a Modern Esotericist. Nakamura, The Last Desire: A Clinical Experience of Working with a Dying Man. Orbach, Unpicking. Papadopoulos, Extending Jungian Psychology: Working with Survivors of Political Upheavals. Parker, Critical Looks: The Psychodynamics of Body Hatred. Plaut, Where is Paradise? The Mapping of a Myth. Quintaes, Pereira, Post-Jungians and In Praise of Multiplicity. Ramos, Andrew Samuels' Contributions to Analytical Psychology in Brazil. Rowan, Andrew and Me and the AHP. Rowland, Writing after Andrew Samuels: Political Forms and Symbols in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Singer, Playing the Race Card: A Cultural Complex in Action. Shearman, Gilbert, The Interface Between Jung and Humanistic Psychology: A Tribute to the Influence of Andrew Samuels. Stanton, In Praise of Wild Analysis. Stone, City Men, Mobile Phones, and Initial Engagement in the Therapeutic Process. Tacey, Extraversion, with Soul. Totton, 'The Actual Clash': Analytic Arguments and the Plural Psyche. Wahba, Politics and Hypocrisy. Young-Eisendrath, A Thank-you Note to Andrew Samuels. Zoja, For Andrew Samuels on His 60th Birthday.
Gottfried Heuer is a Jungian Training Analyst and Supervisor, and a Bodypsychotherapist and Trainer in private practice in West London. He has 35 years of experience in clinical practice and has published widely on the links between analysis, radical politics, bodypsychotherapy and spirituality. He is Co-founder and Chairman of the International Otto Gross Society.
"...Sacral Revolutions: Reflecting on the work of Andrew Samuels: Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis, is a comprehensive volume illustrating Samuels’ influence in the formation of the post-Jungian world, which he helped define and has continued to shape". – Murray Shugar, C.G Institute of Montreal Newsletter, 36 , August 2010