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Intersection and beyond; twelve lectures on the commingling of religious values and the insights of analytical psychology

By: Howes, Elizabeth Boyden
Material type: TextTextSan Francisco Guild for Psychological Studies c1971Description: 197p.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Self (Jungian Concept) | Jungian psychology--Religious aspects--Christianity | Christian Art and Symbolism | Feminine Principle
Contents:
1 The religious function of the ego. 2 The eternal question: What is it? Who asks it?. 3 The ethics of personal freedom. 4 Forgiveness as wound and healing. 5 Consciousness and articulation: the significance of words as part of the healing process. 6 Some reflections on the significance of physical death in the death-rebirth mystery cycle. 7 "The best way out is always through". 8 The forgotten feminne in the gospels. 9 Symbolism in the Bible. 10 The Protestant dilemma. 11 Analytical psychology and the synoptic gospels. 12 Son of man--expression of the Self
Abstract: 'All these articles were originally lectures given either under the Guild for Psychological Studies or for Analytical Psychology Clubs or in churches, and two were given in London for the Guild of Pastoral Psychology....they have been allowed to stand in their original and more spontaneous form, with added material....For thirty years my own experience has been as an analyst in the Jungian tradition and a leader of seminars under the Guild.'
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1 The religious function of the ego. 2 The eternal question: What is it? Who asks it?. 3 The ethics of personal freedom. 4 Forgiveness as wound and healing. 5 Consciousness and articulation: the significance of words as part of the healing process. 6 Some reflections on the significance of physical death in the death-rebirth mystery cycle. 7 "The best way out is always through". 8 The forgotten feminne in the gospels. 9 Symbolism in the Bible. 10 The Protestant dilemma. 11 Analytical psychology and the synoptic gospels. 12 Son of man--expression of the Self

'All these articles were originally lectures given either under the Guild for Psychological Studies or for Analytical Psychology Clubs or in churches, and two were given in London for the Guild of Pastoral Psychology....they have been allowed to stand in their original and more spontaneous form, with added material....For thirty years my own experience has been as an analyst in the Jungian tradition and a leader of seminars under the Guild.'

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