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Call for Papers – ‘Art, Aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology’

Call for paper for the special themed issue of the International Journal for Jungian Studies, guest edited by Dr David Parker.   Art, aesthetics, and Analytical Psychology have overlapping histories that are punctuated by their involvement in the elaboration of the imagination and its symbolic expression.  Each provides the means to a deeper engagement with… Read More »

Stanislav Grof’s Holotropic Breathwork

I Dr. Michael Glock, recently came across the transcript of a talk done for International Peace Studies on “Transpersonal Psychology and Holotropic Breathwork” by Dr. Sylvester Walch, which you might be interested in reading.  It presents the core ideas of Transpersonal Psychology, accessing our inner wisdom through Stanislav Grof’s Holotropic Breathwork, the spectrum of experiences… Read More »

New Depth Psychotherapy program at JFK University

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Program – Holistic The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology – Holistic degree program builds on the foundation of counseling theory and practice to add a holistic perspective that integrates body, mind, spirit, and culture into the curriculum. The curriculum for this degree meets the educational requirements for the… Read More »

New Book Coming – Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond

Mark Winborn (Editor), Fisher King Press (forthcoming, early 2014) Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond brings together Jungian analysts and psychoanalysts from across the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. Jung’s concept of participation mystique is used as a starting point for an in depth exploration of ‘shared realities’ in the analytic setting and… Read More »

NEW BOOK RELEASE! Somatic Cinema The relationship between body and screen – a Jungian perspective By Luke Hockley

“Drawing on Jung’s assertion that body and mind are indivisible, Luke Hockley develops a masterly analysis of the complex interactions between ritual, therapy and cinema. He introduces to this the concept of embodied aἀect, arguing that (as in therapy, so in the cinema) when body and mind are both impacted by feeling, the unconscious must… Read More »

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