Analytical Psychology

Lessons of Jung's Encounter with Native Americans

Timothy Thomason explores how Jung's encounters with Native Americans in the Taos pueblo in 1925 deepened his belief that humans need a sense of their individual and cultural significance to be psychologically healthy.

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Archetypes and Complexes in the Womb

Analyst Rainer Maria Kohler explores current neuroscientific findings that underscore the critical importance of prenatal development on psychological growth (using the German-language book The Mystery of the First Nine Months. Our Earliest Formative Influences by Gerald Hüther and Inge Krens) and describes the emergence of archetypal forces already in the womb.


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Out of the Abaissement: An Experience of Group Process on War and Religion

Freelance journalist and analytic training candidate Luisetta Mudie offers a poetic, deeply personal challenge to adapt our techniques for doing intrapsychic work with Otherness - with the shadows and ghosts that haunt each of us - to a new engagement with the spooks that generate fear and violence in our communities. 


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EL REINO DE ACUARIO : La unión de los opuestos

By tracking themes of sacrifice and rebirth in The Lord of the Rings, Jose Antonio Delgado Gonzalez explores Jung's notions of the coniunctio oppositorum and the Age of Aquarius in this Spanish-language essay.

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Re-thinking the Germinative Point of Jung's Work

Richard M. Capobianco re-evaluates that which is held to be a point of departure for Jung in his study of the human mind -- his research into so-called occult phenomena. Capobianco traces the occultist influence through Jung’s early work.  

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