I was wondering if anyone has come across anyone's writings which looks at Teresa of Avila's spirituality and ties it to any of Jung's theories? I'm familiar with Clift's book "Jung & Christianity" (1982) as we had it in our college library. I'm particulalry interested if anyone has any notions about "Self-Image and Transofrmation" (later in life) or "Transformational relationships".
Carolyn Dunow (2009) writes of Jung's notions of 'enlightenment' in her latest paper (see attachment): "We are currently in an age of transformation that was predicted by mathematical genius of ancient Mayan astrologers... The Mayans, however, predict December 21, 2012 as the end of the world as we know it; yet with this end comes the dawning of a new evolution of species beyond the Homo sapien: the Homo luminous - the enlightened being. Dr. Carl Jung, a pioneer in the field of psychology and the unconscious mind, does not predict a time, but describes a process of individuation. This process holds an uncanny parallel to the path of the Homo luminous held by the Inca shamans, who reside in the Andes region of Peru."
Anyone out there got any further ideas? Alan