Practicing wholeness; analytical psychology and Jungian thought
- New York Continuum c1996
- 237p.;bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; index
'A Chiron publication.' Jelliffe, Smith Ely : Dr. Jelliffe invites Jung to lecture in Fordham's International Extension Course in Medicine (1912). Jung stays at Jelliffe's home, p47; p49-50.. Marriage : In an interview to the New York Times, Jung stated: ' American wives have thrown themselves into social activity because they are not happy with their husbands' - 1912, p47-48.. Archetype (Psychology) : 'Archetypal theory supplements but does not supplant instinct theory for Jung': - p50, p50-53; see also index.. Milton, John. 1608-1674 : Paradise Lost : The pattern of envy and sibling rivalry in myth and religion, p206-207.. Aggressiveness (Psychology) : Freud's view, p82-84; Jung's view, p83-84, see index.. Gnosticism and Psychology : Jung's interest in, p21-22, see index.. Mother Archetype : 'The great mother', see index.. Persona (Psychology) : Jung's definition of, p184-185, see index.
Chapters:. Part One: Psychological wholeness in theory and practice. 1. The dream of wholeness. 2: Practicing wholeness with dreams and imagination. 3: Symbols as transformers of the psyche. 4: From Freud to Jung and beyond, turning points in modern psychological and religious attitudes. 5: Practicing wholeness in organizations. Part Two: Practicing wholeness clinically. 6: Nature and the analytic practice of wholeness. 7: Amor Fati: Analysis and the search for personal destiny. 8: Dreams in the creation of personal narrative. 9: The analyst's part: three types of countertransference. 10: The muddle in analysis (Communication). 11: In the grip of sleep (The analyst fights to withstand drowsiness). 12: On the state of the soul in the narcissistic personality. 13: Envy and sibling rivalry as blocks to wholeness
'Practicing wholeness is a daily activity with implications at cognitive, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels. Stein gives a general concept of wholeness, incorporating Jung's theory of instincts and archetypes.'
Whole and Parts (Psychology) Psychotherapy--Technique Jungian psychology Psychotherapy--Methodology Jungian psychology Dream interpretation Imagination Signs and Symbols Organizational Behavior Nature Fate and Fatalism Transference and Countertransference Psychoanalysts Analysands Psychotherapist and patient Narcissistic Personality Envy Sibling Rivalry Jelliffe, Smith Ely 1866-1945 Marriage Archetype (Psychology) Milton, John. 1608-1674 : Paradise Lost Active Imagination Aggressiveness Anima (Psychoanalysis) Animus (Psychoanalysis) Anxiety Borderline Personality Disorder Symbolism of Breast Consciousness Depression, Mental Ego (Psychology) Fantasy Fathers--Psychology Gnosticism--Psychology Mother Archetype Individuation (Psychology) Meaning (Psychology) Persona (Psychology) Power (Philosophy) Projection (Psychology) Mothers--Psychology Psyche, Objective Symbolism of Body
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