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Jungian psychology unplugged: my life as an elephant

By: Sharp, Daryl 1936-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts: 80)Toronto Inner City Books c1998Description: 160 p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-81-3Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Types, Psychological | Archetype (Psychology) | Complex, Autonomous | Puer Aeternus | Puella | Projection (Psychology) | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Relationship--Psychological | Midlife--Psychological Aspects | Individuation (Psychology) | Active Imagination | Symbolism of ElephantLOC classification: BF173.S525 1998
Contents:
Chapters: 1. Psychological types: Jung's basic model; The four functions; The two attitude types; Role of the unconscious; Typology, persona and shadow; A dinner party with the types -- 2. Getting to know yourself: Archetypes and complexes; More about persona; More about shadow; Conflict and transformation; Puer / Puella syndrome -- 3. The unknown other: Projection and identification; Anima and animus; The challenge of relationship; Intimacy with distance -- 4. Anatomy of a midlife crisis: Neurosis and individuation; The purpose of neurosis; The movement of psychic energy; Adaptation and breakdown; The self regulation of the psyche -- 5. The analytic experience: Getting started; Work on what has been spoiled; The wounded healer; The hero's journey; Dreams and active imagination; -- 6. Psychological development: Becoming conscious; Self-knowledge and depth psychology; Individuation and personality; Vocation, groups and inflation; The religious dimension
Abstract: Drawing on his own earlier works, Sharp presents an up-to-date comprehensive overview of Jung's basic concepts and their application.
List(s) this item appears in: Introduction to Jungian Psychology Concepts | Archetypes | Anima / Animus
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Symbolism of Elephant: The persistence of the elephant image in the author's own analysis and life.

Chapters: 1. Psychological types: Jung's basic model; The four functions; The two attitude types; Role of the unconscious; Typology, persona and shadow; A dinner party with the types -- 2. Getting to know yourself: Archetypes and complexes; More about persona; More about shadow; Conflict and transformation; Puer / Puella syndrome -- 3. The unknown other: Projection and identification; Anima and animus; The challenge of relationship; Intimacy with distance -- 4. Anatomy of a midlife crisis: Neurosis and individuation; The purpose of neurosis; The movement of psychic energy; Adaptation and breakdown; The self regulation of the psyche -- 5. The analytic experience: Getting started; Work on what has been spoiled; The wounded healer; The hero's journey; Dreams and active imagination; -- 6. Psychological development: Becoming conscious; Self-knowledge and depth psychology; Individuation and personality; Vocation, groups and inflation; The religious dimension

Drawing on his own earlier works, Sharp presents an up-to-date comprehensive overview of Jung's basic concepts and their application.

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