Jung and yoga : the psyche-body connection
- Toronto Inner City Books c2001
- 158p.; ill.; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; index
- (Studies in Jungian psychology: 94) .
Foreword by Marion Woodman.
1 Creation. 2 The body as container. 3 "I want to be a bird". 4 The spine as axis between heaven and earth. 5 Yaakov. 6 Muladhara, elephants and the Kabbalah. 7 The fire of Kundalini
'...an in-depth study of the parallels between yoga practices and Jungian analysis, and the implications of both for spiritual and psychological growth. It is an eminently practical approach to the subject that, on the one hand, focuses on the understanding of Jung's ideas as they may be experienced through bodywork, and, on the other, offers a new psychological perspective to practitioners of bodywork.'
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