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Digesting Jung; food for the journey

By: Sharp, Daryl 1936-
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts: 95)Toronto Inner City Books c2001Description: 126 p.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-919123-96-1Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Types, Psychological | Complex, Autonomous | Puer Aeternus | Puella | Projection (Psychology) | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Relationship--Psychological | Individuation (Psychology) | Active Imagination
Contents:
1 It's a complex life. 2 Complex, archetype and instinct. 3 A psychological compass. 4 Who are we, really?. 5 Shadow boxing. 6 Reality as we know it. 7 Typology revisited. 8 The value of conflict. 9 Man's inner woman. 10 Woman's inner man. 11 True and false brides/bridegrooms. 12 Relationship problems in a nutshell. 13 The self-regulation of the psyche. 14 Personal analysis. 15 The analytic process. 16 The way of individuation. 17 Developing a personality. 18 Togetherness vs. intimacy with distance. 19 The heroic journey. 20 Dream on. 21 The upside of neurosis. 22 On becoming conscious. 23 Self-knowledge and statistics. 24 Personality and aloneness. 25 The religious attitude and soul-making. 26 The puer/puella syndrome. 27 Working on yourself. 28 Bringing fantasies into life. 29 More on fantasies. 30 The inner voice. 31 Group work. 32 The inflated ego
Abstract: 'This book evolved out of the author's desire to pin-point key passages in Jung's writings that have nourished him for many years. It provides readers new to analytical psychology with the main ingredients of Jung's work and how they might flavor a life in search of meaning....Each chapter is headed by an appetizer, which is then fleshed out by the author's commentary...meant to stimulate the reader to ruminate on the unconscious factors that influence us all.'
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1 It's a complex life. 2 Complex, archetype and instinct. 3 A psychological compass. 4 Who are we, really?. 5 Shadow boxing. 6 Reality as we know it. 7 Typology revisited. 8 The value of conflict. 9 Man's inner woman. 10 Woman's inner man. 11 True and false brides/bridegrooms. 12 Relationship problems in a nutshell. 13 The self-regulation of the psyche. 14 Personal analysis. 15 The analytic process. 16 The way of individuation. 17 Developing a personality. 18 Togetherness vs. intimacy with distance. 19 The heroic journey. 20 Dream on. 21 The upside of neurosis. 22 On becoming conscious. 23 Self-knowledge and statistics. 24 Personality and aloneness. 25 The religious attitude and soul-making. 26 The puer/puella syndrome. 27 Working on yourself. 28 Bringing fantasies into life. 29 More on fantasies. 30 The inner voice. 31 Group work. 32 The inflated ego

'This book evolved out of the author's desire to pin-point key passages in Jung's writings that have nourished him for many years. It provides readers new to analytical psychology with the main ingredients of Jung's work and how they might flavor a life in search of meaning....Each chapter is headed by an appetizer, which is then fleshed out by the author's commentary...meant to stimulate the reader to ruminate on the unconscious factors that influence us all.'

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