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One of the most striking aspects of the dialogue between Classical Yoga and Jung's depth psychology is that there is no unconscious in Patanjali's world.
For example, phenomenology focuses on the meaning of experience that is covered over by the measurement of behaviour, while depth psychology shows the symbolic and complex character of meaning.
to the "whole new field of depth psychology and psychoanalysis" (Rollins, 1999, 65).
Parkes's extended examinations of Nietzsche's depth psychology not only contribute to a richer and more sharply defined understanding of traditional Nietzschean problematics, but also illuminate the subtle effect of such psychological predecessors as Plato, Montaigne, and Emerson upon his thought.
100), in total effect Stahl refreshingly speaks for himself within the commonly understood pattern of depth psychology, which I confess to accepting also.
So far you've used the term to refer both to depth psychology and the economy.
This is one of the most important books on the social aspects of depth psychology, especially analytical psychology, since Ira Progoff's work of the Fifties.
A liberal theologian of marked originality and force, Tillich embraced aspects of depth psychology and existentialism in his interpretation of Christian doctrine.
In the sphere of depth psychology, it refers to a sacred protective image, often a squared circle, or vice versa, enclosing many intricate, symmetrical forms.
Readers uninvolved in depth psychology may see the essays as a romantic form of fictionalized biography: an author's dramatic inventions about the inner feelings of various artists (Georgia O'Keefe, Gustav Mahler, and many others), interspersed with quotes about their lives and descriptions of their work.
I have put Jung's depth psychology in dialogue with Patanjali's yoga philosophy in an attempt to form a bridge between dualistic and nondualistic models, which may lead us to integrate contemporary science within a holistic picture of our Being in this world.
In the first seminars with David Miller and Stanley Hopper, two highly imaginative and broadminded theologians, I discovered that I had the whole of the world's spiritual teachings, its secular literature and arts, mythology, and depth psychology to study and make my own.