The stimulating program featured clinical, artistic, historical and other interests and concerns of Jungian Psychology today, with wide-ranging presentations and events. From the Contents: Cultural Complexes in the Group and the Individual Psyche by Thomas Singer, Sam Kimbles Descent and Emergence Symbolized in Four Alchemical Paintings by Dyane Sherwood An Archetypal Approach to Drugs and AIDS: A Brazilian Perspective by Dartiu Xavier da Silveira Frida Kahlo by Mathy Hemsari Cassab Images from ARAS: Healing our Sense of Exile from Nature by Ami Ronnberg Trauma and Individuation by Ursula Wirtz Human Being Human: Subjectivity and the Individuation of Culture by Christopher Hauke Studies of Analytical Long-Term Therapy by Wolfram Keller, Rainer Dilg a Seth Isaiah Rubin Analysis in the Shadow of Terror by Henry Abramovitch Ethics in the IAAP a A New Resource by Luigi Zoja, Liliana Wahba a Hester Solomon Hope Abandoned and Recovered in the Psychoanalytic Situation by Donald Kalsched In the Footsteps of Eranos by P. Kugler, H. Kawai, D. Miller, G. Quispel a R. Hinshaw The Self, the Symbolic and Synchronicity by George Hogenson Memory and Emergence by John Dourley Bild, Metapher a Symbol: An der Grenze der kommunizierbaren Erfahrung by M. Krapp Broken Vessels a Living in two Worlds: Some Aspects of Working with Clients with a Physical Disability by Kathrin Asper a Elizabeth Martigny... (hijab) of Allah. Other than through the revelation of the Koran, the way Allah may be directly known is through the visible ... Certainly the closest aspect of the natural world with which we are familiar is our own body. ... References [Epigram from R. Bosnak in personal communication, June 12, 2004] Armstrong, K., 1993.
|Title||:||Barcelona 2004: Edges of Experience|
|Publisher||:||Daimon - 2006|