Imagination, illness, and injury : Jungian psychology and the somatic dimensions of perception
/ Melanie Starr Costello.
- Hove, East Sussex; New York: Routledge, 2006.
- ix,122 pages ; color illustrations ; 21 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 116-117) and index.
1 The imaginal system: archetypes and complexes as perceptual determinants. -- 2 Archetypal constrictions of identity: a case of resolution through injury. -- 3 Albert Speer's twilight of evil : a case of near-death awakening. -- 4 The unconscious complex and olfactory messaging : a case of repetition compulsion. -- 5 Somatic elements of perception: the interpersonal origins of awareness. -- 6 The psyche-soma split : a case of maternal negligence. -- 7 Psychosomatics in analysis : a case of repair through regression. -- 8 Building the bridge : a case of restoration through dyadic imaging.
'...examines the psychological factors behind perceptual limitations and distortions and links a broad range of somatic manifestations with their resolution.'
Sick--Psychology Mind and body therapies Psychobiology Perception Psychological manifestations of general diseases Medicine, Psychosomatic Jungian psychology
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