"congratulations to all prolific writers!
Upcoming on shrink rap radio is an interview with Nancy Furlotti on the Jung Neumann Correspondence (the subject of a recent conference), and some of the forthcoming books pertinent to that subject: Erich…"
"It's not just about image. the dream itself is alive and amplification isn't enough. association and animation are necessary for amplification. Dream Tending by Stephen Aizenstat explains a Jungian approach with further additions in understanding…"
I hope you will enjoy that chapter, by Monika Wikman, and others as well. Btw, this Saturday, Oct 5, we will have a book launch at the Los Angeles Jung Institute, and Monika will be there as well, speaking about and possibly reading…"
"Thanks Theodore! We have tried to combine the professional with the personal. The introduction, The Amplified World of Dreams, is an overview of the subject - dreams and amplification - including a dream, the active imagination and the amplification…"
"Thank you Jeffrey. The Herald Dream is an excellent book about the first dream in therapy/analysis, good you mention. Among other thinkers, Gaston Bachelard of course speaks beautifully on dreams and poetry.
The chapters by Naomi Lowinsky and Monika…"
"Thank you Erel for mentioning this book. Some interesting contributors. I'm writing my dissertation ( or it's writing me) on First dream or what Dr. Kradin titled in one of his books, The Herald Dream. The contributions to the book you mention…"
"Dear Carita, What a week you have had! I can imagine what a frightening experience you have just had, but if I understand correctly, while Death sent a message, also through your pneumonia, it fortunately went on and "passed over."
While we need to…"
"Thanks Erel for your book and this opportunity to read it in this way. Unfortunately I was hospitalized 2/28 with pneumonia . But Death was also coming very close, they first thought I had cancer in my lungs, a fairly advanced cancer..A feeling you…"
"Dear Bonnie, dear participators in the DPA Book Club Community,
I write these lines now from Colorado, where I have the honor of presenting some of my thoughts about the Cycle of Life, before going to New Mexico.
Thanks for bringing Mary Oliver's profound poem to the book club! There is no need for further words. I write this having just arrived at Philadelphia Airport, on my way on to Denver. I have not brought into our discussion the issue of…"
Besides the more commonly accounted for masculine, solar aspect of the hero’s journey, we may refer to a feminine, lunar attribute as well. They represent different attitudes vis-à-vis the unconscious.
The sun-hero has a dual relationship to the Great Mother, as exemplified by Heracles; his name means Glory of Hera, yet the goddess drives him to madness. He…