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The functioning transcendent; a study in analytical psychology

By: Ulanov, Ann Belford
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1996Description: xii, 226p.; bibliog. notes.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-99-3Subject(s): Transcendent Function | Transference Andcountertransference | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Self (Jungian Concept) | Father Archetype | Mothers and Daughters | Masochism | Sexual Deviation | Obesity--Psychological AspectsLOC classification: BF109.U57 A25 1996
Contents:
The transcendent in intrapsychic work:. 1. Spiritual aspects of clinical work. 2. Fatness and the female. 3. The perverse and the transcendent. The transcendent in relationships:. 4. Birth and rebirth: the effect of an analyst's pregnancy on the transferences of three analysands. 5. The search for personal roots: Jungian perspectives on fathering. 6. Follow-up treatment in cases of patient-analyst sex. 7. Transference / Countertransference: a Jungian Perspective. 8. Self service. The transcendent here and now and beyond:. 9. Disguises of the anima. 10. Vicissitudes of living in the self
Abstract: 'The Transcendent functions in our lives all the time, whatever we choose to call it - God, or the unknown, or the holy, or the numinous. When we notice this reality, it shows us how it functions in us. If we go on paying attention to the Transcendent, we develop a sense of symbolic life.'
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The transcendent in intrapsychic work:. 1. Spiritual aspects of clinical work. 2. Fatness and the female. 3. The perverse and the transcendent. The transcendent in relationships:. 4. Birth and rebirth: the effect of an analyst's pregnancy on the transferences of three analysands. 5. The search for personal roots: Jungian perspectives on fathering. 6. Follow-up treatment in cases of patient-analyst sex. 7. Transference / Countertransference: a Jungian Perspective. 8. Self service. The transcendent here and now and beyond:. 9. Disguises of the anima. 10. Vicissitudes of living in the self

'The Transcendent functions in our lives all the time, whatever we choose to call it - God, or the unknown, or the holy, or the numinous. When we notice this reality, it shows us how it functions in us. If we go on paying attention to the Transcendent, we develop a sense of symbolic life.'

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