Spirituality/Religion

Healing the Wounded God: Finding Your Personal Guide on Your Way to Individuation and Beyond

Through their work with their clients, their own experiences, and studies in myth, mysticism, and alchemy, the authors have traced the emergence of a new spiritual paradigm in which the divine seeks wholeness through and with us. Many of us are having experiences that bring us in contact with a being who seems to exist […]

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Mythologems: Incarnations of the Invisible World

When we take the gods as facts, rather than metaphors, then we get lost in debating the merits of the facts rather than apprehending their meaning. The fundamentalist ties his or her beliefs to the facts and narrows the spiritual vitality by fighting rear-guard actions against disputation. On the other hand, the atheist disputes the

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Archetype of the Absolute: The Union of Opposites in Mysticism, Philosophy and Psychology

In Archetype of the Absolute: The Union of Opposites in Mysticism, Philosophy and Psychology, Sanford Drob traces the “problem of the opposites” in the history of ideas and develops the thesis that apparent oppositions in philosophy, including those that underlie competing paradigms in psychology, are complementary rather than contradictory. The doctrine’s of the complementarity and

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Jung’s Thoughts on God: Religious Depths of Our Psyches

Dyer’s lifelong interest in God stimulated this study of his understanding of God out there and God within. He was astounded to discover that C.G. Jung used the God-word more than 6,000 times in his writings. This book organizes these references in a meaningful way to help others examine their own thoughts, feelings, and presumptions

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Living the Mystery: What Lies Between Science and Religion

Life is a mystery quite beyond the comprehension of our normal ways of understanding. Having lived as a Benedictine monk for over fifty years, Mark Patrick Hederman has learned how to engage with mystery. Here, he explains how to bring a new sense of the sacred into your life. Despite clamorous reports to the contrary,

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The Not-Yet Transformed God: Depth Psychology and the Individual Religious Experience

Is there a fundamental human tendency to believe in something larger than the small, personal life? Janet Dallett discusses some of Jung’s most complex ideas to allow readers to feel synchronicity, individuation and numinosity. Grounded in scientific observation and an understanding of the psyche, Dallett’s true stories are drawn from case histories and her own

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The Soul in Anguish: Psychotherapeutic Approaches to Suffering

The Soul in Anguish: Psychotherapeutic Approaches to Suffering presents a variety of approaches to psychotherapeutic work with suffering people, from the perspectives of both Jungian and psychoanalytic psychology. An important theme of the book is that suffering may be harmful or helpful to the development of the personality. Our culture tends to assume that suffering is

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The Way of the Small: Why Less is More

A practical and spiritual guide to making everyday living sacred. The Way of the Small: Why Less is Truly More explores the principals of a sound, wholesome existence for both the individual and society. Addressing the search for finding true happiness, meaning and success, The Way of the Small gives us new perspectives based on

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Understanding Evil: A Psychotherapist’s Guide

Evil is a ubiquitous, persistent problem that causes enormous human suffering. Although human beings have struggled with evil since the dawn of our species, we seem to be no nearer to ending it. In this book, Lionel Corbett describes the complexity of the problem of evil, as well as many of our current approaches to

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Like a Tree: How Trees, Women, and Tree People Can Save the Planet

This masterful work by internationally known author and speaker Jean Shinoda Bolen provides an insightful look into the fusion of ecological issues and global gender politics. This book on the importance of trees grew out of Bolen’s experience mourning the loss of a Monterey pine that was cut down in her neighborhood. That, combined with

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