Experiencing Hildegard

Author: Avis Clendenen
Publisher: Chiron Publications
ISBN: 1630510971
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With a Foreword by Sister Joan Chittister, OSB. Experiencing Hildegard is a synthesis of Hildegard of Bingen's spirituality with insights from Jungian depth psychology, particularly regarding the unconscious and the reality of the soul. In this revised and expanded edition, Clendenen brings the scholarship up to date and addresses the changes wrought by Hildegard being named a Doctor of the Church.

Hildegard Of Bingen

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Publisher: SkyLight Paths Publishing
ISBN: 159473514X
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A groundbreaking introduction to Hildegard's rich and varied writings, with a wide range of her works grouped by theme to provide a deeper understanding of this influential figure. With helpful commentary and insights on how to read medieval mystic texts.

Jung And The Outside World

Author: Barry Ulanov
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ISBN: 9780933029583
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Much has been written about the life and work of C.G. Jung, but little attention has been given to his effect on other modern thinkers and writers. Here, the work of many such people- theologians, philosophers, poets, composers, artists, novelists, painters, filmmakers, literary critics, and others- intersect with Jung. Ulanov discusses what they say- both positive and negative- about Jung's ideas and his influence on their own creative lives.

Lyrical Analysis

Author: Angelyn Spignesi
Publisher: Chiron Pubns
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A lyrical analysis of Jane Eyre and a study of literature, feminism, and psychoanalysis.

Hildegard Of Bingen

Author: Carmen Acevedo Butcher
Publisher: Paraclete Press
ISBN: 1557257213
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“Humanity, take a good look at yourself. Inside, you’ve got heaven and earth, and all of creation. You’re a world – everything is hidden in you.” –Hildegard of Bingen She was a Benedictine abbess, artist, composer, dietician, naturalist, poet, travelling preacher, mystic, and political consultant. She was a self-doubter with acute certainty in a merciful and mysterious God; a gifted healer who suffered from illness her whole life. Meet the incomparable Hildegard of Bingen. Nourishing, challenging, and idea-bursting, her writings will stir and awaken your soul. This essential reader captures the vibrant spirit and intelligence of Hildegard with selections from her songs, theological texts, liturgical music, and letters. Combined with an introduction to Hildegard’s life and era, a map of Hildegard’s Germany, chronology, and a thorough bibliography/discography, Hildegard of Bingen provides the ideal introduction to the thought of this fascinating medieval mystic. “Nothing short of delightful . . . . I often felt I was reading Hildegard, the real Hildegard, for the first time.” -Dr. Katharina Wilson, Professor of Comparative Literature, The University of Georgia “This book is a gift to the church. Carmen Butcher wisely selects and elegantly translates Hildegard’s works, including her soaring music, spiritual visions, and selected letters.” -Scot McKnight, author of The Jesus Creed and The Real Mary “Carmen Butcher has tapped into St. Hildegard’s spirit and made it accessible.” – Br. Benet Exton, O.S.B., St. Gregory’s Abbey and University

Love Is All Around In Disguise

Author: Irene Dugan
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ISBN: 9781888602296
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Irene Dugan entered the international Roman Catholic community of women known as the Religious of the Cenacle in 1930, taking her vows in 1938 at the age of twenty-nine. She was a teacher, director of retreats, spiritual guide, and pioneer in depth spirituality-the blending of the traditions of Christian spirituality with modern holistic depth psychology and the arts. The innovative spiritual growth groups for laywomen she began in 1946 continued until her death. In the early 1970s, her interest in psychospiritual integration led her to Dr. Ira Progoff, and she became a Progoff Intensive Journal consultant, conducting innovative workshops in the U.S., England, Ireland, Scotland, and France. Irene dedicated many years to exploring the integration of the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius, founder of the Society of Jesus, with holistic depth psychology. Avis Clendenen met Sister Dugan in 1971 when she was twenty-one and in search of a spiritual mentor. Irene served as her spiritual guide for the next twenty-six years. Their last conversation took place in June 1997, a few weeks before Irene's death. She directed Avis to pick up a box she had left for her at the Fullerton Cenacle. The box contained two copies of her unfinished manuscript, an audio recording of her introduction to the book, and assorted notes and papers. Thus Avis became a trustee of Love Is All Around in Disguise, the title Irene had given to her book. The notions of love surrounding us in disguise and of life as an adventure of endless discovery are threads in Irene's unique philosophy of taking the risk to live life to the fullest, of not missing the boat. The First Epistle of John (4:16) records that God is love. This God who is love desires to find a home-to abide-in us. Such love is all around in disguise awaiting our discovery. This book-part polemic, part instruction manual-is the summation of Irene's life work, told in her own words and supported by the rich understanding of her trustee. Avis writes, "In putting together this book, it has been my challenge and graced opportunity to respect her voice and unique expressions in bringing to fruition this singular aspect of her spiritual legacy. This book is] for those seeking a fuller share in the greatness-the potential for fulfilling ourselves-that Irene believed is our destiny." This book is accompanied by an enhanced CD that includes video and audio clips of Irene Dugan and Avis Clendenen, plus the music by Jerri Greer.

Slow Medicine

Author: Victoria Sweet
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1594633592
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In the quarter-century that Victoria Sweet has been a doctor, 'healthcare' has replaced medicine, 'providers' look at their laptops more than at their patients, and the ruthless pursuit of efficiency has vanquished the effectiveness of treatment. Victoria Sweet knows that there is an alternative way, because she has lived and practised it. In her new book, she reflects with compassion, wit, and profound insight on experiences drawn from her time in medical school, internship, and residencies, the path to the 'slow medicine' in which she has been pioneer and inspiration.

Writing Toward Wholeness Lessons Inspired By C G Jung

Author: Susan Tiberghien
Publisher: Chiron Publications
ISBN: 9781630514556
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Writing Toward Wholeness encourages readers to embark on their own journey through writing toward selfhood, toward wholeness. In focusing on insights and excerpts from C.G. Jung's writings and from contemporary writers, author Susan Tiberghien brings together psychology, spirituality, and the arts, offering a way to wholeness.

Forgiveness

Author: Avis Clendenen
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780824519643
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In this book, the authors explore different models of The Forgiveness Exchange. This successful model indicates that human beings can enter the experience of reconciliation that lasts into eternity.

The Principle Of Individuation

Author: Murray Stein
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ISBN: 9781630512644
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Dr. Stein suggests new approaches-on both personal and communal levels-for gaining freedom from the compulsion to repeat endlessly the dysfunctional patterns that have conditioned us. In this concise and contemporary account of the process of individuation, he sets out its two basic movements and then examines the central role of numinous experience, the critical importance of initiation, and the unique psychic space required for its unfolding. Using psychological insights from C. G. Jung's writings, from myths and fairytales, and from years of clinical experience, Stein offers a vivid description of this lifelong and dynamic process that will be useful to clinicians and the general public alike. As a movement toward the further development of human consciousness in individuals, in cultural traditions, and in international arenas where the relations among diverse cultures have become such a pressing issue today, understanding the principle of individuation has relevance for students and workers in many fields. The principium individuationis is a phrase with a long and distinguished history in philosophy, extending from the Middle Ages to Leibniz, Locke, and Schopenhauer. In Jungian psychology, it is brought into the contemporary world as a psychological principle that speaks of the innate human tendency to become distinct and integrated-to become conscious of our purpose, who and what we are, and where we are going. Dr. Murray Stein is a supervising training analyst and former president of The International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland (ISAP Zurich). He is the author of Jung's Treatment of Christianity as well as many other books and articles in the field of Jungian Psychoanalysis. Dr. Stein was also editor of Jung's Challenge to Contemporary Religion. From 2001 to 2004 he was president of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. Dr. Stein routinely presents live webinars with the Asheville Jung Center and has an extensive online video library with them. He has lectured internationally and presently makes his home in Switzerland.