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  1. The Religious Function of the Psyche

    By Lionel Corbett

    Traditional concepts of God are no longer tenable for many people who nevertheless experience a strong sense of the sacred in their lives. The Religious Function of the Psyche offers a psychological model for the understanding of such experience, using the language and interpretive methods of depth...

    Published October 16th 1996 by Routledge

  2. Shame and the Origins of Self-Esteem

    A Jungian Approach

    By Mario Jacoby

    Shame is one of our most central feelings and a universal human characteristic. Why do we experience it? For what purpose? How can we cope with excessive feelings of shame?In an elegant exposition informed by many years of helping people to understand feelings of shame, leading Jungian analyst...

    Published September 4th 1996 by Routledge

  3. The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga

    Notes of the Seminar Given in 1932

    By C.G. Jung

    Edited by Sonu Shamdasani

    Jung's Seminar of Kundalini Yoga, presented to the Psychology Club in Zurich in 1932, has been widely regarded as a milestone in the psychological understanding of Eastern thought and the symbolic transformations of inner experience. With sensitivity towards a new generation's interest in...

    Published July 17th 1996 by Routledge

  4. Susceptible to the Sacred

    The Psychological Experience of Ritual

    By Mrs Bani Shorter, Bani Shorter

    In Susceptible to the Sacred, Bani Shorter, a well-known Jungian analyst, examines the psychological experience of ritual in contemporary life and how this promotes awareness of the individual's natural potential. Basing her book on live material, she investigates, with great sensitivity, how...

    Published April 24th 1996 by Routledge

  5. Archetypal Explorations

    Towards an Archetypal Sociology

    By Richard M. Gray

    Archetypal Expressions is a fresh approach to one of Jung's best-know and most exciting concepts. Richard M. Gray uses archetypes as the basis for a new means of interpreting the world and lays the foundations of what he terms an "archetypal sociology". Jung's ideas are combined with elements of...

    Published April 17th 1996 by Routledge

  6. The Nature of Hysteria

    By Niel Micklem

    Hysteria was a frequently diagnosed illness in the West through the nineteenth and much of the twentieth century. Today the medical profession has virtually abandoned the diagnosis altogether. However, this does not mean that hysteria has ceased to exist. In The Nature of Hysteria, Niel Micklem...

    Published December 6th 1995 by Routledge

  7. Desire and the Female Therapist

    Engendered Gazes in Psychotherapy and Art Therapy

    By Joy Schaverien

    Desire and the Female Therapist is one of the first full-length explorations of erotic transference and countertransference from the point of view of the female therapist. Particular attention is given to the female therapist/male client relationship and to the effects of desire made visible in...

    Published August 23rd 1995 by Routledge

  8. Jung on Evil

    By C.G Jung

    Edited by Murray Stein

    Evil became a central issue for Jung as he grew older. His early investigations of the place of evil in the mental processes of the severely disturbed led him to consider the concept of evil in greater depth when exploring the role of analysis in ethical and cultural transformation.Jung on Evil...

    Published August 23rd 1995 by Routledge

  9. The Freud/Jung Letters

    By C. G. Jung, Sigmund Freud

    Edited by William McGuire

    Unavailable for many years the famous Freud/Jung Letters are now back in print. As historical documents the letters reflect the early struggles of Freud and Jung in gaining acceptance for analysis. The two exchange candid opinions on their colleagues, plan strategies for the advancement of their...

    Published January 4th 1995 by Routledge

  10. Growth and Guilt

    Psychology and the Limits of Development

    By Luigi Zoja

    The relentless exploitation of the earth's resources and technologys boundless growth are a matter of urgent concern. When did this race towards the limitless begin? The Greeks, who shaped the basis of Western thinking, lived in mortal fear of humanity's hidden hunger for the infinite and referred...

    Published January 4th 1995 by Routledge