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by Levi Meier
|Publisher:||University Press Of America; First Edition edition (August 5, 1991)|
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Levi Meier is one of those few individuals, and this book opens up a whole new avenue of thinking, on the potentially profound relationship between Judaism and Jungian psychology, on individuation from a Judaic view, on soul consciousness and religious affirmation
Levi Meier is one of those few individuals, and this book opens up a whole new avenue of thinking, on the potentially profound relationship between Judaism and Jungian psychology, on individuation from a Judaic view, on soul consciousness and religious affirmation. This is a pioneering book by a pioneering spirit. (Rabbi Dr. Reuven P. Bulka Le'ela A Journal Of Judaism Today). a courageous book which will serve as a guide for the Jewish and non-Jewish reader and enable us to find greater understanding in the cal world of Jungian psychology and Judaism.
Contents: Judaism and Jungian Psychology; Individuation Jewish Values in Jungian Psychology serves to build a bridge for the first time between Jung's psychology and Jewish tradition
Contents: Judaism and Jungian Psychology; Individuation Jewish Values in Jungian Psychology serves to build a bridge for the first time between Jung's psychology and Jewish tradition. While Jungian psychology can help one achieve a deeper understanding of Jewish teachings, the study of Jewish traditions can enhance and amplify Jung's mode of understanding the human psyche. Contents: Judaism and Jungian Psychology; Individuation and Shema Yisroel ('Hear, O Israel'); The Meaning and Soul of 'Hear, O Israel, ' by Rabbi Adolf (Avraham) Altmann, P.
While Jungian psychology can help. ISBN13:9780819183248. Release Date:August 1991.
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Personal Name: Meier, Levi. Publication, Distribution, et. Lanham, MD. University Press of America, (c)1991. Download book Jewish values in Jungian psychology, Levi Meier. Physical Description: xiv, 183 p. : port. 24 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 167) and indexes.
Levi Meier, Jewish Values in Jungian Psychology, p. 14: 'The purpose of dreams is to compensate for the one-sided distortions of the waking ego; they are therefore in the service of the individuation process, helping the waking self to face itself more objectively and consciously. 07-12-2017 10:11 PM crazitaco. I'm good at personal dream analysis, but I couldn't do it for someone else. I still think those dream dictionaries where you look up a dream symbol and it tells you what it means is mostly a waste of time.
The Self in Jungian psychology is a dynamic concept which has undergone numerous modifications since it was first conceptualised as one of the Jungian archetypes. Historically, the Self, according to Carl Jung, signifies the unification of consciousness and unconsciousness in a person, and representing the psyche as a whole.
Recent papers in Jungian and post-Jungian psychology
Recent papers in Jungian and post-Jungian psychology. The value of Pistis Sophia for the Silver Age writers has been revealed through the inclusion into the area of Platonic ideas, such notions as the recollection, soul anamnesis and Androgyne. After an appeal to the Gnostic apocrypha, Dm. Merezhkovskii brings Plato’s myth of the androgyne on the "first face" of Christian history.
Levi Meier is the Jewish Chaplain at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los . ana-lytical psychology and transpersonal psychology (particularly the work of Ken Wilber and John Welwood).
Levi Meier is the Jewish Chaplain at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and a psychologist in private practice. He is the creator of the Jewish Values series, which so far includes: Jewish Values in Bioethics, Jew-ish Values in Psychotherapy, Jewish Values in Health and Medicine and Jew-ish Values in Jungian Psychology. His books include The Self in Early Childhood (FAB, 1988) and Jungian Sandplay-the Wonderful Therapy (Routledge, 1992).