- New ed. composed and ed. by C.L. Sebrell and JFL.
- Woodstock, CT Spring c2000
- iv, 169p; illus. (plates).
- (Classics in Archetypal Psychology 5) .
Diseases : Chapters on asthma, itching, cardiac dysrhythmia, anorexia nervosa, rheumatism, pain, fever, and thirst.. Mind and Body : Chapters on asthma, itching, cardiac dysrhythmia, anorexia nervosa, rheumatism, pain, fever, and thirst.. Breath and Breathing (Irfe) : ``Asthmatic constriction.'', p59-71.. Heart (Irfe) : p75-85.. Hunger -- Psychological Aspects : ``Anorexia nervosa.'', p91-100.. Suffering : ``On pain and punishment'', p113-28.. Symbolism of Water : ``...on drinking and dryness.'', p141-55.. Dionysus : p148-55. With a new foreword by Robert Sardello. Trans. from the German by Gary V. Hartman with addenda trans. by Waltraud Bartscht and Carolyn Landry. This book, except for the addenda, was first pub. as ``Morbismus; von der Besten aller Gesundheiten'' by Schweizter Spiegel, Zurich, 1979. Three papers were previously pub. in ``Spring'' and ``Dragonflies;'' one was given as an IAAP paper.
Foreword. Introduction. Theoria. Praxis: Asthmatic constriction -- Of itches and itching -- Cardiac dysrhythmia -- Anorexia nervosa -- Rheumatism: of joints and stiffening -- On pain and punishment -- Fever -- The hydrolith: on drinking and dryness. Translator's note
To oversimplify Ziegler's case: illness represents one of the primary ways in which the forgotten, sleeping soul awakens itself by falling into body." --Robert Sardello
Sick--Psychology Medicine Archetype (Psychology) Mind and Body Respiration--Psychological aspects Heart--Symbolic aspects Hunger-- Psychological Aspects Suffering Symbolism of Water Dionysus (Greek deity)
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