By David Sedgwick
The original dating among sufferer and therapist is the most therapeutic consider psychotherapy. This e-book explains the Jungian method of the healing dating and the therapy method. David Sedgwick outlines a contemporary Jungian method of psychotherapy. He introduces, considers and criticizes key features of Jungian and different theoretical views, synthesizing techniques and concepts from around the healing spectrum. Written in an obtainable sort and illustrated with a variety of examples, this mediation on remedy and the healing dating may be precious to scholars and practitioners of either Jungian and non-Jungian remedy.
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E. personal issues that cause pain to the individual). These issues are often lifelong in nature, exacerbated by current events perhaps. Their depth and longevity lend to the idea that the issues are archetypal, or in a beyond-time dimension, but their core is in fact in one’s personal life. Jungian psychotherapy, however, is able to retain the idea of the potentially therapeutic nature of the unconscious without having to rely on spiritual explanations. It can do so by leaving the spiritual dimension to spiritual experts, and de-emphasizing that historical aspect of Jungian analysis that tends towards a kind of secularized religion.
Jung did not feel dreams were deceptive or intentionally disguised by the unconscious mind, but just spoke, as it were, in a primitive language that requires some subtle translation on the unconscious’s own terms. This attitude towards dreams already puts the Jungian approach off most people’s charts, even many psychotherapists’. It requires considerable faith to take dreams that seriously. But if these Jungian assumptions around the unconscious and dreams are accepted, then their importance for therapy is obvious.
A not uncommon type of dream, then, is the prospective dream. These are dreams that appear to anticipate the future and are not reactive, except in a broad sense. In such dreams the unconscious seems to instigate something new for the dreamer’s life or a way out of a dilemma, sometimes on a rather grand scale. Jung thinks that they scout ahead: “The prospective function [of dreams]…is an anticipation in the unconscious of future conscious achievements, something like a preliminary exercise or sketch, or a plan roughed out in advance.