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Reading Fiction Improves Brain Connectivity and Function

Reading Fiction Improves Brain Connectivity and Function | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Reading a novel has the power to reshape your brain and improve theory of mind.

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Interesting article on the positive effects of reading fiction on the brain. In an age, when we are inundated with information and escape into the worlds of imagination maybe the most effective remedy for mental overwhelm.

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Why Sharing Your Dreams Is So Important

Why Sharing Your Dreams Is So Important | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
No matter what time period or geographical location we are talking about, if people always knew what their dreams meant, without having to consult anyone else, there might not be as much potential for healing to occur by working with dreams socially....

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Why sharing our dream is so important...According to Carl Jung..it is for the very reason that the dream arises from the "Unconscious" that it is so difficult to for the conscious mind to understand. It is pointing to something that has been in the darkness and is seeking balance and illumination. We can rarely see our blind spots without a different lens.

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Psychological Warfare and the Fragmentation of the Psyche - Waking Times

Psychological Warfare and the Fragmentation of the Psyche - Waking Times | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Jay Dyer - The solution lies in the alteration of man’s heart, intimately bound up with his nous, which involves a change of perspective and life where God is no longer suppressed and forgotten, metanoia.

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Soul Spelunker » Emissaries of the Soul

Soul Spelunker » Emissaries of the Soul | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Hidden deep in the mists of time is a truth we have almost completely forgotten. The words that make up human languages possess real power, especially what James Hillman called “big words.” These kinds of words have inherent substance, being powers unto themselves. Some examples are words like “Being,” “Spirit,” “Justice,” “Truth,” and God.” We once capitalized these words to imbue them with power. Our Western scientific and philosophic traditions have hammered away at the innate power of such words, via nominalism, until now they are merely viewed as labels for things, devoid of any substance of their own whatsoever. It was partly nominalism that resulted in Nietzsche’s declaration of the death of God. By Nietzsche’s day, the word, “God,” had been emptied of all its previous potency in human language.

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The power of Language on Psyche and and our evolution

 

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Skip_Conover's curator insight, April 11, 10:45 AM

As with Dr. Jung, "I have no need to believe; I know."  

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The Lake of Dreams, the Sea of Rains, the Gulf of Dews, the Ocean of Fecundity

The Lake of Dreams, the Sea of Rains, the Gulf of Dews, the Ocean of Fecundity | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Susan Seddon Boulet, “Moon Cup”
“What special affinities appeared to him to exist between the moon and woman?

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A lovely view of the feminine in at this Lunar Eclipse

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Stanley Krippner Lends Scientific Weight to Paranormal Dreams

Stanley Krippner Lends Scientific Weight to Paranormal Dreams | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Join Skeptiko guest host and paranormal dream expert Andy Paquette for an interview with legendary psychology researcher Dr. Stanley Krippner.. During the interview Dr. Krippner discusses whether or not the evidence for ...

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Somatic Dreams | Jungian Analysis Integrates with SE to Heal Trauma

Somatic Dreams | Jungian Analysis Integrates with SE to Heal Trauma | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Carl Jung’s work with dream interpretation dovetails with Somatic Experiencing’s approach to preventing and healing trauma.

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Trauma and meaning on the road to healing. A wonderful article.

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The neuroscience of PTSD/ The brain and PTSD

ptsd - The neuroscience of PTSD/ The brain and PTSD - how memory processing and the brain matters in relation to trauma and post traumatic stress disorder. Fight, flight, freeze and shut down....

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Eve Ensler on How Trauma Makes Us Leave Our Bodies and Disconnect from Ourselves

Eve Ensler on How Trauma Makes Us Leave Our Bodies and Disconnect from Ourselves | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
"Many of us have left our bodies -- we're not embodied creatures, we're not living inside our own muscles and cells and sinews."

At a rec

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Joanna Boj's curator insight, August 4, 2014 3:47 PM

"I think — from my own life experience, and certainly what I’ve discovered in many women and men across the planet — is [that] when we’re traumatized, when we’re beaten, when we’re raped, we leave our bodies. We disconnect from ourselves. And if it’s true that one out of every three women on the planet have been raped or beaten, which is a U.N. statistic, that’s a billion women."

Laura M. Smith's curator insight, March 30, 9:18 PM

The dreams will prepare us for the difficult work around our trauma and when we are ready, they will take us down and through and will facilitate the alchemy necessary for us to come back into our bodies, into the richness of the felt experience we had forsaken.

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Carl Jung on Women and Mandalas

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Depth Psychology List - Jung and Synchronicity: The Union of Nature and Psyche

Depth Psychology List - Jung and Synchronicity: The Union of Nature and Psyche | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

AFree-to-search database of Jungian and Depth Psychology-oriented practitioners and psychotherapists. Find a therapist, counselor, coach or psychologist that's right for you.


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Depth Psychology List on Depth Psychology Alliance

A place to gather and converse for all those interested and engaged in Depth Psychology

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Liminality… and Hope

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Entering the mystery
Liminality is a word that people ask me to repeat twice when I say it, as if they didn’t hear it quite right the first time. As a Jungian analyst, I recognize the liminal state as that of many entering treatment.

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Liminality and Hope - Jungian Analyes, Patricia Damery.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on Matter, Spirit and the Human Body.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on Matter, Spirit and the Human Body. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

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Carl Jung's Definition of "Animus."]

Carl Jung's Definition of "Animus."] | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

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Jung on "Animus" - of course, perhaps somewhat outdated for the fullness that women have reached in claiming the masculine in the 21st session but still fascinating.

 

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Out of Death Comes Life

Out of Death Comes Life | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

"What must I give more death to today, in order to generate more life? What do I know should die, but am hesitant to allow to do so? What must die in me in order for me to love? What not-beauty do I fear? Of what use is the power of the not-beautiful to me today? What should die today? What should live? What life am I afraid to give birth to? If not now, when?"

Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes | Painting by Salvador Dali

 


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From Life comes Death, and from Death..life as the spiral continues to unfold..

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Michael Goodman's curator insight, April 6, 11:32 AM

This came to me via Toko-pa, she continues to be a great source of wisdom, hers and others, and I am very appreciative for her contributions. 

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The Life and Ideas of James Hillman - online seminar

The Life and Ideas of James Hillman - online seminar | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Our friends at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco are honoring James Hillman through this seminar and the Asheville Jung Center is very happy to host the event live online. James Hillman, who authored more than twenty-five books before his death at 86 in 2011, is considered the founder of archetypal psychology, an important post-Jungian school of thought. With Hillman’s authorization, Dick Russell has been working on his biography for more than seven years.

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Carl Jung on Dream Interpretation from Sigmund Freud’s perspective.

Carl Jung on Dream Interpretation from Sigmund Freud’s perspective. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

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Numbers as Archetypes

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Numbers as Archetypes. A unique visual and interpretive page devoted to the symbolic, Jungian oriented meaning behind the basic numbers zero through thirteen.

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The Quest for the Divine: Jung on Psychology & Spirituality

The Quest for the Divine: Jung on Psychology & Spirituality | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
In this live webinar out of Zurich, Dr.Murray Stein explores Jung’s spiritual journey through his midlife exploration of the “spirit of the depths”...

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Freedom

Marion Woodman Author Marion Woodman is a Canadian mythopoetic author and women's movement figure. She is a Jungian analyst trained at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich, Switzerland.
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Into the Dark: A Psychology of Soul, Shadow, and Diversity

Into the Dark: A Psychology of Soul, Shadow, and Diversity | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
A Psychology of Soul: Redeeming Our Humanity

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Joanna Boj's curator insight, April 23, 2014 5:50 AM

"If we promote a psychology that equates health with light, happiness, lack of physical symptoms, and relationships without conflict, we dismiss and deny the truths and the important growth that can be found in the blues, in sickness, in conflict, in the dark."

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The Necessity of an Ecopsychology of/as "Nature Religion"

The Necessity of an Ecopsychology of/as "Nature Religion" | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

As a psychologist of religion, I should like to make some observations about the relationship between the human psyche and the other-than-human natural world, in particular as one tradition in psychology sees that relationship. Let me begin by quoting words I take to be both exemplary for the tradition in question and pertinent to our discussion of "nature religion":

 

Yet there is so much that fills me: plants, animals, clouds, day and night, and the eternal in man. The more uncertain I have felt about myself, the more there has grown up in me a feeling of kinship with all things. In fact it seems to me as if that alienation which so long separated me from the world has become transferred into my own inner world, and has revealed to me an unexpected unfamiliarity with myself.

 

This striking passage appears on the last page of C.G. Jung's autobiography, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, written at the end of his long life and career in psychology. It was initially pointed out to me for its evocative oddness by James Hillman, Jung's revisionist successor, in connection with a theme Hillman has pursued since at least 1982, when he published an article on it entitled "Anima Mundi : The Return of the Soul to the World."

 

By this Hillman means the return of psychological subjectivity to the outer, non-human world, including the...


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Jung, Hillman and "the kinship with all things"

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Carl Jung on Women and Mandalas

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The Magic of Active Imagination | Creativity Goes Wild

The Magic of Active Imagination | Creativity Goes Wild | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Nature is an incomparable guide if you know how to follow her. She is like the needle of the compass pointing to the North, which is most useful . . . when you

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Dispelling The Ghosts Who Run Our Lives with James Hollis - e-jungian.com

Dispelling The Ghosts Who Run Our Lives with James Hollis - e-jungian.com | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Interview with Jungian analysts James Hollis, Ph.D about his new book: "Dispelling the Ghosts Who Run Our Lives" by David van Nuys.

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