Analytical Psychology

Demon in the Rose

Dimitri Halley interprets a poem, "Demon in the Rose," which appeared in a dream to a man suffering from several somatic conditions, and he explores the compensatory relation of the shadow to the conscious orientation of the self. 


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DECLARATION OF THE PARLIAMENT OF CATALONIA

The Declaration is in English, Catalan, and Spanish.


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Moving Foward

William Clough reflects on the inescapable effects of globalism - conflict and change - and outlines strategies for addressing cultural and religious difference in this essay.

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Been There, Done That: Virtual vs. Ritual Repetition

Using the 1993 film Groundhog Day, Daniel Budd explores how our daily rhythms, or "virtual repetitions," provide structure for our lives - but can also carry deadening, de-humanizing consequences.


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Reflections on Shame, Dissociation, and Eating Disorders

 In this article, Philip M. Bromberg explores the context and causes of eating disorders. Individuals who suffer with eating disorders experience a lack of human relatedness, and Bromberg asserts that trust, destroyed by trauma, must be repaired in order for a patient's symptoms to be surrendered.

 

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