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Autor: Erel Shalit
Autor: Erel Shalit

A Story of Dreams, Fate and Destiny

In this rich and poetically written book, Erel Shalit "calls attention to the dream and its images along the nocturnal axis that leads us from fate to destiny." He takes us on a journey from ancient history, beginning with the first documented dream, that of Gilgamesh, to Adam and Eve and the serpent, to Joseph in Egypt as the Pharaoh's dream interpreter, through ancient Greece to the Asklepion, to Swedenborg's visions, to our world today through the eyes of Freud, Jung, and science, and finally to the process of active imagination to reveal the workings of Mercurius and the transcendent function.
As Dr. Shalit moves between cultures, he adds historical accounts of the many customs of working with dreams-our long history of how humans have paid close attention to this constant phenomenon for thousands of years. Scattered throughout the pages are engaging stories, legends, myths, and the roots of words that take meaning deeper. The chapters include dreams-historical dreams and the dreams of his patients. He works them, showing us how to squeeze the precious liquid from each one that can lead to a resolution of opposites and a state of understanding so profound-and sometimes so simple-that we witness how wholeness emerges from the psyche through this process. This accessible book is a reminder of the foundational work that leads to our greater consciousness and a destiny well-lived.
Table of Contents
Preface by Nancy Swift Furlotti
A Poem by Erel Shalit, My Fathers' House
Part 1. A History of the Dream: Fate and Destiny from Gilgamesh to Jung
A. Introduction
B. The Initial Dream: The Dream of Gilgamesh
C. The Writing on the Wall: Nebuchadnezzar
D. Ancient Greece: The Discourse of Dream
E. Anima Between Fate and Destiny: Swedenborg
F. The Dream of Hysteria
G. Fate and Destiny
Part 2. Soul and the Experience of Matter
I. The Dream-Poetry of the Soul
A. Introduction
B. From Brain to Play
C. Dreams and Ensoulment
D. From Nature to Soul
E. Soul and Reflection
II. The Moisture of Dreams
A. Gnosticism
B. Adam's Eve
C. The Serpent's Birth from Lilith's Womb
D. The Serpent and Satan
Part 3. What does Joseph Add to the Dream? Psychological Footnotes Along Joseph's Path to Egypt
A. Visions of the Night
B. Joseph the Dream Interpreter
C. Joseph in Potiphar's House
D. The Butler and the Baker
E. Pharaoh's Dreams: The Principle of Opposites, Enantiodromia
Part 4. Incubation, Being and Healing: A Therapy of Dreams
A. Amethyst and Healing
I. Incubation at Healing
A. Incubation
B. Asklepieion
C. The Healing Symbol
D. Chiron: The Wounded Healer
II. The Self and the Great Mother
A. The Serpent
Part 5. The Ecology of Dream and Psychoanalysis
I. Freud and Jung
A. Freud 129 B. Jung
II. A Picture from the Unconscious
A. Compensation
B. Dream and Symbol
C. The Symbolic Perspective
D. The Dream and its Semiconscious Concomitants
E. The Prospective Function in Dreams
Part 6. Active Imagination and the Transcendent Function
I. Active Imagination
A. The Diary
B. The Descent
C. The Golden Chain
D. Active Imagination
II. The Transcendent Function
A. Mercurius
B. The Bridge to Wholeness
Conclusion, Final Poem
Bibliography
Index

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Autoreninformationen

Dr. Erel Shalit was a Jungian psychoanalyst in Tel Aviv, past president of the Israeli Society of Analytical Psychology and founder and past director of the Jungian Analytical Psychotherapy Program at Bar Ilan University. Earlier in his career he was director of the Shamai Davidson Community Mental Health Center, Shalvata Regional Psychiatric Center and was an officer in the IDF Medical Corps. He lectured internationally and was a prolific writer who published eleven books, this being his last.

Produktdetails

EAN / 13-stellige ISBN 978-1630518370
10-stellige ISBN 1630518379
Verlag Chiron Publications
Sprache Englisch
Editionsform Taschenbuch
Einbandart Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 6. August 2020
Seitenzahl 202
Beilage Paperback
Format (L×B×H) 22,9cm × 15,2cm × 1,2cm
Gewicht 319g
Warengruppe des Lieferanten Geisteswissenschaften - Psychologie
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