Analytical Psychology

Hillman and the Buddha

The relationship between depth psychology and Eastern spiritual disciplines is commonly misunderstood. Sigmund Freud viewed all forms of religious experience as the childish "obsessional neurosis of mankind" - illusory, regressive and pathological.

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The Force of Character And the Lasting Life (excerpts)

In our competitive societies, "lasting" has come to mean outlasting. "I've outlived my father and both grandfathers!" "According to my doctor, I should have been dead three years ago."

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...In Bits...

West Cork, Ireland. I woke up one morning with a previous day's session on my mind, and a recurring sense of the need for a more organic and holistic approach to the understanding of mental illness.

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Illusion and The Design of a Successful Simulation Program

With some anticipation and appetite, what accounting can we apply to the resulting extra flavor of an apple pie? What about the extra refreshment of a cold beer after a hard work-out?

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The Symbolism of Popular Culture: Sexy Ice Cubes And The Evolution Of An Idea

In 1959, a social scientist named Vance Packard theorized that magazine ads of ice cubes in glasses of liquor suggested parts of a woman's anatomy.

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