Analytical Psychology

Modern Medicine and The Healing Process

This paper examines the human experience of medicine through clinical examples, historical antecedents, and the etymological differences between curing and healing.

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Inborn basis for the healing doctor-patient relationship

I hypothesize that there is an inborn "hard" scientific basis for the healing doctor-patient relationship, which complements the so-called "soft" art of healing. In other words, there is an innate or archetypal basis for the healing bond, which is built upon a biology of acceptance, empathy, and hope.

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The Two Million-Year-Old Self by Anthony Stevens

Anthony Stevens is a bridge builder. In this quintessential product from his pen, he makes connections between analytical psychology, anthropology, behavioral biology, dream psychology, psycholinguistics, psychiatry, and alternative modes of healing.

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Soul Attack, Disability, and the Healing Process

There is an ancient history associating depression with injury to the soul or its loss. By the soul, I mean that enlightening spirit or life-giving force that gives rise to those stabilizing, integrating powers that make a being whole and a person fully human.

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Dismantling The Animus

I started writing this in 1993, expanding on a lecture I had given to several Jung Societies in the United States. I finished the monograph in 1994, intending to publish it, but, for reasons which are now irrelevant, it went into a drawer instead.

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