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Smithing, in its most limited sense, is the art of working metals into useful objects or forms with aesthetic value. This sense of the artful use of something takes the word beyond the province of metal work and into forms such as “wordsmithing” and “songsmithing.” In this post, I want to focus on the idea of “dreamsmithing.”…
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Dear Dr. Lockhart,
I'm so delighted to see you here, and also to hear that at least one of your books is back for people to purchase. I have treasured "Words as Eggs" and "Psyche Speaks" since I first attended Pacifica in 1993.
Hi Russell. Welcome to the Alliance. I'm sure you know you'll find many like-minded individuals in the community who are also wanting to stay connected to the field and to meet new people who all have a common interest in sharing thoughts and ideas. Certainly there are quite a few therapists and analysts in our ranks here who can relate.
Meanwhile, I hope you'll jump in and engage with your peers by joining a discussion, commenting on others' posts, or posting some of your own work.
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Great to have you find and join the Alliance. I especially appreciate your desire to extend depth psychology outside the consulting room. For too long it feels as if the power of transformation has been only available to the analysand. I have been playing with the idea of a J.O.G. group (Jung on the Ground) that would focus on the societal transformations possible within a Jungian/archetypal framework. Your thoughts?