Timothy Thomason explores how Jung's encounters with Native Americans in the Taos pueblo in 1925 deepened his belief that humans need a sense of their individual and cultural significance to be psychologically healthy.
Can we talk about spirituality without using
religious language? In
his fine book Psyche and the Sacred: Spirituality beyond Religion,
psychologist and scholar Lionel Corbett argues that, indeed, we should
understand the spiritual as not only separate from religion, but
irreducible and enduring.