Depth Psychology
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Depth psychology explores the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious and includes both psychoanalysis and Jungian psychology (wikipedia)
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Jacques Lacan Parle (Speaks)

JACQUES LACAN SPEAKS, a rare filmed documentary record of a 1971 university speaking appearance, makes clear, Lacan was also a highly controversial figure, with…
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How to Read Lacan (Zizek)

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Depth psychology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Depth psychology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia | Depth Psychology | Scoop.it
Depth psychology states that psyche is a process that is partly conscious and partly unconscious and partly semi-conscious. The unconscious in turn contains repressed experiences and other personal-level issues in its "upper" layers and "transpersonal" (e.g. collective, non-I, archetypal) forces in its depths. The semi-conscious contains or is, an aware pattern of personality, including everything in a spectrum from individual vanity to the personality of the workplace.
The psyche spontaneously generates or is mythico-religious symbolism or themes, and is therefore spiritual or metaphysical, as well as instinctive in nature. An implication of this is that the choice of whether to be a spiritual person may be beyond the individual, whether and how we apply it, including to nonspiritual aspirations.
All minds, all lives, are ultimately embedded in some sort of myth-making in the form of themes or patterns. Mythology is therefore not a series of old explanations for natural events, but rather the richness and wonder of humanity played out in a symbolical, thematic, and patterned storytelling.
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