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The Logos and Humankind: Lecture 14 of 18
     

The Logos and Humankind: Lecture 14 of 18

by Rudolf Steiner
 

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Dark Light of the Soul explores the inner journeys of Jacob Boehme, the seventeenth-century Protestant mystic, and C.G. Jung, the twentieth-century depth psychologist. Each was concerned with the immediacy of experience, yet comprehended the importance of spirit as a transforming presence in human life. Kathryn Wood Madden connects the experiences of these two

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Dark Light of the Soul explores the inner journeys of Jacob Boehme, the seventeenth-century Protestant mystic, and C.G. Jung, the twentieth-century depth psychologist. Each was concerned with the immediacy of experience, yet comprehended the importance of spirit as a transforming presence in human life. Kathryn Wood Madden connects the experiences of these two pioneers, focusing on a "ground of being that contains all opposites in potentiality." She examines those experiences from the perspective of depth psychology and religion, offering meaningful insights for anyone on a path of inner development, as well as for professionals in clinical settings. "If, as I contend, a unitary reality underlies all psychological experience, then as clinicians we ignore the 'spiritual realm and the divine' at the risk of the total psychic health of those in our care" -Kathryn Madden This book will interest all therapeutic clinicians and anyone who wishes a deeper understanding of and fresh paths into the human psyche.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780880108119
Publisher:
SteinerBooks
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
255 KB

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