Baynes Jansen: Jung’s Apprentice
Dr Helton Godwin Baynes was C.G. Jung’s medical assistant in Zurich, becoming the eminent psychiatrist’s close friend and confidante. Baynes introduced Jungian psychology to Britain and led the English Jungian community for twenty years....
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Beebe: Terror, Violence and the Impulse to Destroy
Perspectives from Analytical Psychology Papers from the 2002 North American Conference of Jungian Analysts and Candidates These papers address the process of terror as it confronts us in international situations and in outbreaks of...
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Bleek, Lloyd: Specimens of Bushman Folklore
his new edition of the long-out-of print classic collection of Bushman tales provides a fascinating look into the life of these little-known people. As Megan Biesele writes in her Foreword: "The fact that a family of trained linguists...
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Castleman: Threads, Knots, Tapestries
“Tess Castleman writes with enthusiasm and care about what Jung called the collective and personal unconscious, particularly its message delivered in dreams. Ms. Castleman gives a fine set of insights into group dream therapy as well as...
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Daniel: Taking the Fear out of the Night - Coping with Nigthmares
Anyone who is plagued by nightmares night after night knows what a heavy burden these nocturnal apparitions represent: one is unable to resume sleep, often lies awake for a long time, and feels fearful, irritable or depressed the next...
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Escamilla: Bleuler, Jung and Creation of the Schizopfrenias
Carl Gustav Jung began his training in his chosen career, psychiatry, in 1900. For most of the next ten years, Jung lived and worked at the Burghölzli Psychiatric Hospital in Switzerland. There, under the mentorship of the hospital’s...
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