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Reflections on "The Tree of Life"

Jungian analyst Diana Heritage explores the ways that Terrence Malick's film evokes that which we yearn to know--but most likely never will.


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The Red Book: Some Notes for the Beginner

In this essay, Mathew Spano offers a concise, valuable set of reflections on the origins and content of Jung's formidible Red Book.

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Modern(-ist) Man in Search of a Soul: Jung’s Red Book as Modernist Visionary Literature

Scholar Mathew Spano explores the tension between Jung's own desire that The Red Book not be viewed as art and the ways in which it reflects deep structural and stylistic similarities with such great modernist works as Ulysses and Steppenwolf.


 

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A Skin for the Imaginal

Analyst Brian Feldman explores the development of internal space, the evolution of psychological boundaries, and the capacity for symbolization as they first arise in infancy. This essay was first published in the Journal of Analytical Psychology and appears here with its kind permission. To access the article, click on the title above. Dr. Feldman is one of the organizers for an upcoming conference on infant observation to be held in Dakar, Senegal. To learn more about this conference, click here. 

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