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Dark light of the soul

By: Madden, Kathryn Wood
Material type: TextTextGreat Barrington, MA Lindisfarne Books c2008Description: x, 261p.; bibliog. refsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9781584200659Subject(s): Psychology, Religions | Psychology and religion | Experience (Religion) | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961 | Bohme, Jakob, 1575-1624 | Mysticism
Contents:
1 Unitary reality. 2 Distinctions between psychology and religion. 3 Radical otherness. 4 Jung and the Pleroma. 5 When deep calls unto deep. 6 The Self: uniting opposites. 7 Meeting clinical otherness. 8 Trauma, dreams, and resistance to otherness. 9 Soul retrieval: the lonely one. 10 Through the air hole
Abstract: '...explores the inner journeys of Jacob Boehme, the 17th-century Protestant mystic, and C.G. Jung, the 20th-century depth psychologist. Each was concerned with the immediacy of experience, yet comprehended the importance of spirit as a transforming presence in human life....examines those experiences from the perspective of depth psychology and religion, offering meaningful insights for anyone on a path of inner development....'
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1 Unitary reality. 2 Distinctions between psychology and religion. 3 Radical otherness. 4 Jung and the Pleroma. 5 When deep calls unto deep. 6 The Self: uniting opposites. 7 Meeting clinical otherness. 8 Trauma, dreams, and resistance to otherness. 9 Soul retrieval: the lonely one. 10 Through the air hole

'...explores the inner journeys of Jacob Boehme, the 17th-century Protestant mystic, and C.G. Jung, the 20th-century depth psychologist. Each was concerned with the immediacy of experience, yet comprehended the importance of spirit as a transforming presence in human life....examines those experiences from the perspective of depth psychology and religion, offering meaningful insights for anyone on a path of inner development....'

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