Table of contents for Living in the borderland : the pathological and the sacred / by Jerome S. Bernstein.

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	TABLE OF CONTENTS
tc \l1 "TABLE OF CONTENTS	Living in the Borderland: 
tc \l1 "Living in the Borderland: 	The Pathological and the Sacred		
tc \l1 "The Pathological and the Sacred		
Dedication......................................................................................................................1
Acknowledgments..........................................................................................................2
Part I
1. Introduction...............................................................................................................4
 Prologue...................................................................................................................14
2. Living in the Borderland: Hannahtc \l1 "Living in the Borderland: Hannah ............................................................................19
3. Genesis: Birth of the Western Ego ........................................................................35
Genesis
The Archetypal Thrust of Genesis
The Role of the Alphabet - The Aleph-Bet
An Anthropomorphized Ego Cleaved from Nature
An Ego Wrenched from Nature
4. The Make-up of this Psyche Split-Off from Nature: The Western EgoÆs Fear of Fragmentation..............................................................................................................70
The Western EgoÆs Fear of Fragmentation 
Fragmentation Complex
5. Darwin and Overspecialization: The Threat of Species Suicide ..............................80
6. Beyond Darwin and Newton: Complex Adaptive Systems........................................97
Chaos Theory and the Borderland
7. A Co-Evolutionary Partner.......................................................................................111
Part II
8. Introduction to Part II: Psychological and Clinical Implications...............................128
9. A Great Grief...........................................................................................................131
10. Portals to the Borderland......................................................................................152
a. 	The Evolution Portal
The Personality Structure Portal
Psychic personalities
ChildrenÆs personalities
The Trauma Portal
	
11. Borderland/Borderline..........................................................................................191
Part III
tc \l2 "12. 	Introduction to Part III: A New Emerging Consciousness: Building a Clinical Bridge between the Mind-Body Split................................................................226
13.	A Cookout: Fundamental Differences and Points of Linkage Between
Navajo and Western Healing Systems............................................................233
Navajo religion and healing
b.	Beauty
c.	Western approaches to healing
14.	Clinical Adaptations Between Navajo and Western Healing Approaches: 
Bridging the Mind-Body ...................................................................................253
Clinical Links: The Transference Dynamic
The Navajo Clinical Context
The Self and the Hatathli
Clinical Implications
Story as Clinical Tool
The Body 
Witnessing as Clinical Tool
The other than trauma portals - Evolution and Personality
Witnessing for trauma victims
Sand Painting, Dream Work, and the Mind-Body Connection 
Synchronicity
15.	Spiritual Redemption or Spiritual Bypass.........................................................307
16.	Transrational Data in a Western Clinical Context: Synchronicity.....................318	
Clinical examples: Dreams
1.	Justin
2.	Margaret
3.	Ellen
Molly
5.	Nancy
6.	Janice
b.	The Role of the Clinician
c.	Transrational data in the context of allopathic medicine
17.	Environmental Illness Complex.........................................................................376
The avoidance Model of Diagnosis and Treatment
Environmental Illness Complex
The Mind-Body Split in EIC
Environmental Illness Complex and the Borderland
Ahead
18.	Further Reflections.............................................................................................412
19.	Epilogue.............................................................................................................421
Appendix A...................................................................................................................443

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychoanalysis and religion.
Liminality.
Cerebral dominance.
Nature.