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Threads, knots, and tapestries : how a tribal connection is revealed through dreams and synchronicities

By: Castleman, Tess
Material type: TextTextEdition: 2d rev. edDescription: xxvi, 279p.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 3856306978Subject(s): Dream interpretation | Jungian psychology | Shadow (Psychology) | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Synchronicity
Contents:
Part 1 - Threads. 1 Structure of dream groups. 2 Keys to understanding dreams. 3 Tracking complexes. 4 Goo. 5 The shadow. 6 Animus/anima. Part 2 - Knots. 7 Aspects of dream groups. 8 Self disclosure. 9 Synchronicity emerges. 10 Caution. 11 Repressed emotion and the critical voice. 12 Knots form patterns. 13 The psychoid. Part 3 - Tapestries. 14 Time, space, reality. 15 Dreams for the entire group. 16 Death in the community. 17 The dream maker's fascination with relationship. 18 Synchronicity weaves an intricate pattern. 19 It takes a community to individuate. Appendix. 1 Heyoka shamanism and analytical psychology. 2 Applications of dream groups. 3 The hundredth monkey. 4 Disclaimer on use of the word tribal. 5 Glossary
Abstract: 'Do we have a tribal unconscious? The author's group dreamwork described in this book makes a good case for it. Her candid reflections, pokings and ponderings provide welcome stimulation.' --Robert Hinshaw
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Earlier ed. pub by Syren Book Co., St. Paul, MN, 2003.

Part 1 - Threads. 1 Structure of dream groups. 2 Keys to understanding dreams. 3 Tracking complexes. 4 Goo. 5 The shadow. 6 Animus/anima. Part 2 - Knots. 7 Aspects of dream groups. 8 Self disclosure. 9 Synchronicity emerges. 10 Caution. 11 Repressed emotion and the critical voice. 12 Knots form patterns. 13 The psychoid. Part 3 - Tapestries. 14 Time, space, reality. 15 Dreams for the entire group. 16 Death in the community. 17 The dream maker's fascination with relationship. 18 Synchronicity weaves an intricate pattern. 19 It takes a community to individuate. Appendix. 1 Heyoka shamanism and analytical psychology. 2 Applications of dream groups. 3 The hundredth monkey. 4 Disclaimer on use of the word tribal. 5 Glossary

'Do we have a tribal unconscious? The author's group dreamwork described in this book makes a good case for it. Her candid reflections, pokings and ponderings provide welcome stimulation.' --Robert Hinshaw

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