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Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Aliveness/Deadness New Century and Millennium Clinical and Religious Perspectives Deadness as Loss of Subjectivity Deadness as Loss of Objectivity Aliveness New Kind of Consciousness Ingredients Chapter 2: Regeneration Method Deadness Deadness Contributing to Aliveness Aliveness: Regeneration Double Vision Chapter 3: Consequences for Clinical Work of Our Spiritual Location Spirituality Analysis Madness and Hatred of the Spiritual The Consequences of Our Spiritual Location for Clinical Work Chapter 4: The Unshuttered Heart Religion and Psychology The Feminine Mode of Being Identification Disidentification Differentiating and Attending Chapter 5: Spiritual Objects: From Self to Soul and Back Again Space Adults and Transitional Objects that Become Spiritual Objects Spiritual Objects Madness and Spiritual Objects Spiritual Subjects and Building Up RealityChapter 6: Evil Images of Evil Logic and Location of Evil Evil from the Psychoanalytical Perspective Evil, Psyche, and Society The Hinge of Evil Archetypal Patterns of Evil Chapter 7: The Third in the Shadow of the Fourth Brief Review of Literature Jung and the Third Jung and the Fourth Living the Fourth Three and Four Chapter 8: What Is the Self Engineering? Mapping the Self A Guiding Question Ego and Self Tasks Healing The Ego's Role The Self's Role Naming Livingness Chapter 9: Beyond the Self: No-Thing: Abyss and Beginnings Resistance Symbolic Death and the No-Thing Place Gap Shadow Beyond Self Deus Absconditus Slime A New Kind of Consciousness
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Psychoanalysis and religion.
Jungian psychology -- Religious aspects.
Consciousness -- Religious aspects.