By Robin van Lõben Sels
How can technology and faith co-exist within the glossy self-discipline of psychotherapy? A Dream on the planet explores the interfaces among non secular event and dream research. on the center of this publication is a variety of goals provided via the author's sufferer in the course of research, that are in comparison with the goals of Hadewijch, a 13th century lady mystic. The patient's desires led the fashionable girl to an unanticipated step forward come across with the divine, her "experience of soul". The adventure reoriented and energized her lifestyles, and have become her "dream-in-the-world". Following Jung's concept that the psyche has a non secular intuition, Robin van Loben Sels demonstrates that the therapeutic approach attainable via psychotherapy can come from past the psyche and will no longer be defined through our ordinary theories of medical psychology.Written in flowing, easily-read language A Dream on the earth information a classical Jungian research of a woman's goals, and searches the connection among non secular come upon, psyche and soul.
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In practical terms, individuation implies that the more truly we become ourselves the more truly we can relate to others and the closer we can get to them, as we cannot have a genuine relationship with another person until we have, through an inner psychic process of uniting the opposites, become fully ourselves. The paradoxical reality that we cannot become ourselves without relationships with others (and vice versa) makes analytical psychology more object-related than is commonly thought. Jung is explicit about the centrality of relatedness in individuation: “The unrelated human being lacks wholeness, for he can achieve wholeness only through the soul, and the soul cannot exist without its other side, which is always found in a ‘you’” (CW16:454).
Yet when consciousness enters, everything changes. It is not a doing, but it is a something. It is not thinking, but it is the existential being that has thinking as its subject (Walker 2000:175). Consciousness is a fundamental part of reality. Existing in its own right with its own identity, consciousness is both real and nonphysical. The non-spatiality of consciousness is connected with its imperceptibility. Consciousness enables us to perceive the world but is not itself 30 A DREAM IN THE WORLD a perceptible thing (McGinn 1999:113).
Why some people have this experience in psychotherapy and others do not is beyond my focus (and probably a mystery). But what I want to make room for here is the possibility that the very feeling of conviction about the reality of religious experience to which Smith (2001: 29) refers above may have its origins in the soul. This is to suggest that beyond the ego and its bodily senses, we human beings have interior or perhaps intuitive senses (ways of knowing) that can orient us in the inner world as truly as our familiar bodily senses orient us in the world of everyday reality.