Analytical Psychology

God as Trauma

The problem of crucifixion is the beginning of individuation: there is the secret meaning of the Christian symbolism, a path of blood and suffering, like any other step forward on the road of the evolution of human consciousness. Can man stand a further increase in consciousness? Is it really worthwhile that man should progress morally and intellectually? Is that gain worth the candle? That is the question.

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From Jung

Author Anthony Stevens explores Jung’s hypothesis of the collective unconscious, which asserts that human beings are born with certain inherited, rather than learned, modes of functioning.

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Edges of experience: Jung, process work and collective change

This year's IAAP Congress in Barcelona is entitled "The Edges of Experience: Memory and Emergence". Former Zurich training analyst Arnold Mindell developed a sophisticated phenomenology of the edge, as he founded and developed Process Oriented Psychology, also known as process work. His work took him over the edge of the Jungian world, even though it sprang from it. Luisetta Mudie asked him about the view from the other side.

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Tetrahedral Geometry and the Psyche

Implications of Natural Geometry for Typology, the Structure of the Unconscious, and Wholeness

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Convergent dialogues

As theorists and practitioners of psychoanalysis and related professions reflect on the acceleration of change over the past two decades, new conversations are emerging between contemporary psychoanalysis and analytical psychology.

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