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Tracking the Hermit's Soul: A Jungian Reading of Bhartrihari's Satakatraya

In this essay, Mathew Spano illuminates the vital poetry of fifth century Indian poet Bhartrihari using a Jungian critical lens.

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The Medicine Wheel as a Symbol of Native American Psychology

Timothy Thomason explores how balance and harmony appear in Native American ideas about psychological health in this essay.


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Winnicott's Dream: Some Reflections on D.W. Winnicott and C.G. Jung

In this article, originally published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology, David Sedgwick examines D.W. Winnicott's famous review of Jung's Memories, Dreams, Reflections and explores the psychological effect the reviewing process had on Winnicott himself.

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Gale's Answer to Jung

Italian psychiatrist Massimo Lanzaro explores conceptions of grief in this review of The Life of David Gale, a film by Alan Parker.

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