Analytical Psychology

Androgyny and Its Relationship to the Anima and Animus and Related Psychological Constructs

This study focused on the relationship between androgyny and the anima and animus, and the relationships between androgyny and the anima and animus and the dependent variables of individuation, psychosocial development, self-actualization, and self-esteem in women.

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Dream Interpretation In Jung's Theory A Comparative Analysis

This essay was written originally in December of 1996, as a theoretical dissertation for the Clinical Psychology Training Programme co-ordinated by Dr. Miriam Freitas, Dipl. CG Jung Institut - Zurich, and Claudia Perrone and Nadia Santos, Psychologists, which was part of the graduation course of Psychology at the Federal University of RGS.

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The Servant Songs in the Context of the Individuation Process

In this work I attempt to explain one aspect of the paradox present in the figure of the Suffering Servant in Four Songs which are to be found in Second Isaiah. If not stated otherwise, I am using the NAB translation, that is: New American Standard Bible from 1995.

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Self-Boundaries In Dreams

This paper examines the manner in which dream-figures reflect the identity issues of the dreamer. The relationship between the various figures which populate a given dream are explored in terms of a hermeneutic of contextuality.

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Changing Stories

During a session of psychotherapy, a woman of forty who left her husband for another woman said to me briskly, "I've read enough to know what love is." I no longer remember what she thought love was or where she went from there but I remember her one line precisely: "I've read enough to know what love is."

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