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Transformation: emergence of the self

By: Stein, Murray, 1943-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Carolyn and Ernest Fay series in analytical psychology: no. 7)College Station Texas A&M University Press c1998Edition: 1st edDescription: xxiv, 173p.; illus.; bibliog. notes; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-89096-780-6Subject(s): Adulthood--Psychological Aspects | Change (Psychology) | Self-Actualization (Psychology) | Relationship, Psychological | Inviduation Process and Symbols | Self (Jungian Concept) | Symbolism of Butterfly | Midlife--Psychological aspects | Rilke, Rainer Maria. 1875-1926 | Mellon, William | Alchemy--Psychological aspects | Jungian Psychology | Art | Picasso, Pablo. 1881-1973 | Rembrandt Van Rijn | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961. Women--Interpersonal Relationships | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961--Tower At Bollingen | Identity--PsychologyLOC classification: BF724.5 .S75 1998
Contents:
Chapters: 1. Emergence of the Self imago in adulthood - 2. The transformative image -- 3. Transformative relationships -- 4. Three portraits of transformation: Rembrandt, Picasso, Jung
Abstract: Transformation (individuation) in adulthood leads people to 'become more deeply and thoroughly who they are and have always potentially been.' Jungian analyst Stein describes the process, considers how it comes about and looks at the role of intimate relationships.
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Foreword by David H. Rosen.

Symbolism of Butterfly : as symbol of transformation (passim). Rilke, Rainer Maria. 1875-1926 : see index.. Mellon, William : and transformative influence of Albert Schweitzer.. Alchemy and Psychology : Rosarium Philosophorum as transformation process, see index.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961. Women -- Interpersonal Relationships : see Ch. 3.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961 - Tower At Bollingen : see ch. 4.

Chapters: 1. Emergence of the Self imago in adulthood - 2. The transformative image -- 3. Transformative relationships -- 4. Three portraits of transformation: Rembrandt, Picasso, Jung

Transformation (individuation) in adulthood leads people to 'become more deeply and thoroughly who they are and have always potentially been.' Jungian analyst Stein describes the process, considers how it comes about and looks at the role of intimate relationships.

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