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Archetypal Dimensions of the Psyche - Marie-Louise von Franz 1999

Amazon Synopsis: The chief disciple of C. G. Jung, analyst Marie-Louise von Franz uses her vast knowledge of the world of myths, fairy tales, visions, and dreams to examine expressions of the universal symbol of the Anthropos, or Cosmic Man—a universal archetype that embodies humanity's personal as well as collective identity. She shows that the meaning of life—the realization of our fullest human potential, which Jung called individuation—can only be found through a greater differentiation of consciousness by virtue of archetypes, and that ultimately our future depends on relationships, whether between the sexes or among nations, races, religions, and political factions.


Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales - Marie-Louise Von Franz 1997

From the author's Preface: "This book is a collection of fairy tale interpretations I presented in a series of lectures at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich. I did not want to focus on a specific theme but rather to wander through many countries and types of fairy tales. I chose some that challenged me because they were unusual. I wanted to show both their diversity and their underlying similarities, so that one could appreciate what is nationally or racially specific and what is common to all civilizations and all human beings. I wanted to show how Jung's method of interpreting archetypal fantasy material could be applied to these diverse tales."

Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales is the first new volume of Dr. von Franz's legendary Zürich lectures to be published since 1980. There are in-depth studies of six fairy tales - from Denmark, Spain, China, France and Africa, and one from the Grimm collection - with references to parallel themes in many others. Featuring the symbolic, non-linear approach she is famous for, it offers unique insights into cross-cultural motifs, as well as being an invaluable resource for understanding dream images. "Dr. von Franz has the rare ability to ground her psychological theories and insights in practical examples from everyday life. This makes her work equally accessible to both the general reader and the professional." -- Fraser Boa, director of the von Franz film series The Way of the Dream.


Archetypes & Strange Attractors: The Chaotic World of Symbols - John R. Van Eenwyk 1997

Book Jacket: How can we deal with the chaos that inevitably infects our lives? Perhaps more to the point, shouldn’t we strive to eliminate it? Isn’t chaos a sign that things have gone terribly wrong? Not necessarily. Carl Jung believed that psychological development proceeds according to the influence of symbols in our lives. In stripping us of our old points of view so that growth can occur, symbols invariably feel chaotic. That’s Jung’s theory, but until recently there was little in the hard sciences to back him up. Now, with the advent of chaos theory, there is new support for his perspective.

In accepting that chaos can be creative as well as destructive, we are challenged to revision our basic notions of psychic health and to enter into a new dialogue with the forces of change. JOHN R. VAN EENWYK, Ph.D., is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in Chicago. He is a priest in the Episcopal Church and a clinical supervisor at the Medical School of the University of Washington. He has lectured internationally on the subject of this book and on the treatment of torture survivors.


The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious - C. G. Jung 1981

Amazon Synopsis: Essays which state the fundamentals of Jung's psychological system: "On the Psychology of the Unconscious" and "The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious," with their original versions in an appendix.


Archetypes for Spiritual Direction: Discovering the Spiritual Heroes Within - Bruce Tallman 2005

Amazon Synopsis: To educate anyone effectively it is essential to understand their learning style and personality type. In Archetypes for Spiritual Direction, Bruce Tallman applies this principle to the task of spiritual direction, using as his model the "archetypes" identified by noted psychologist Carl Jung.

Archetypes, according to Jung, comprise the contents of the "collective unconscious," the vast universal mind that all human beings share in. Archetypes are power centers hardwired into the male and female psyche/soul that subconsciously control everything we do. They manifest themselves in every culture and every age in healthy and unhealthy ways. The healthy archetypes are inner guides or "heroes" that help us fulfill our destinies.

Tallman describes the way the four foundational heroic archetypes--the Sovereign, Warrior, Seer and Lover and their eight anti-heroic counterparts--the Tyrant, Abdicator, Sadist, Masochist, Manipulator, Fool, Addict and Frigid--affect the way male and female spiritual directors and guides give spiritual guidance. His book also describes how heroic or anti-heroic seekers are formed. And it addresses how seekers can cope with an anti-heroic spiritual director and how all spiritual guides/directors and seekers can become more heroic by activating their healthy archetypes; how all of us can discover the spiritual heroes within.

Archetypes represent a third major educational tool that can be used in spiritual direction and guidance besides the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Enneagram. There are many books about archetypes and many about spiritual direction, but no other book addresses how archetypes affect the way people do spiritual direction.


Archetypes: Who Are You? - Caroline Myss 2012

Amazon Synopsis: 'Archetypes,' the latest work from 'New York Times' best-selling author Caroline Myss, offers readers an engaging and illuminating way to better understand themselves and those closest to them. Whether we're aware of it or not, each of us identifies with certain universal myths and symbols, otherwise known as Archetypes '.' In this new work, Myss covers ten primary archetypes: Caregiver, Artist, Fashionista, Intellectual, Rebel, Queen/Executive, Advocate, Visionary, Athlete, and Spiritual Seeker. She helps us to determine which archetypes best define us as individuals, laying out each archetype's unique path, hidden strengths, and potential weaknesses. By identifying our personal archetypes, we can gain the knowledge necessary to consciously define and live an authentic life that reflects who we really are.

Myss also includes suggestions for embracing one's archetype to the fullest, providing tools for avoiding common pitfalls and daily practices for enhancing the positive qualities of each archetype. In addition to the ten archetypes above, there's a glossary covering more than 20 sub-archetypes. Much like highly popular books on the enneagram, Myers & Briggs, and astrology, which also allow people to type themselves, 'Archetypes' is destined to become a classic. Its publication is set to coincide with the launch of a major new social platform, www.ArchetypeMe.com, where users can take a quiz to discover their archetype and find an individualized experience around content and community.


Awakening the Heroes Within: Twelve Archetypes to Help Us Find Ourselves and Transform Our World - Carol S. Pearson 1991

Amazon Synopsis: "The heroic quest is about saying 'yes' to yourself and in so doing, becoming more fully alive and more effective in the world. . . . The quest is replete with dangers and pitfalls, but it offers great rewards: the capacity to be successful in the world, knowledge of the mysteries of the human soul, and the opportunity to find and express your unique gifts in the world."

In this bold and original work, Carol S. Pearson shows that the heroic quest isn't just for certain people under special circumstances. Exploring the many heroic paths available to each of us, at every point in our lives, her innovative program enables us to live heroically by activating and applying twelve archetypes in our lives.

This companion to the bestselling The Hero Within outlines twelve archetypal patterns that can aid inner development and the quest for wholeness.

These archetypes are inner guides that can help us

  • prepare for the journey, by learning how to become successful members of society;
  • embark upon the quest, by becoming initiated into the mysteries of the human soul; and
  • return to transform our lives as a result of claiming our uniqueness and personal power.

Writing for individuals seeking to realize their full potential and professionals engaged in empowering others, Pearson shows how journeys differ by the age, gender, and cultural background of the seeker, and how archetypes help awaken the capacities of our psyches. A unique diagnostic test, the Heroic Myth Index, and exercise are included to help us understand and awaken our inner guides.


The Book Of Symbols: Reflections On Archetypal Images - Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism, ARAS 2010

Amazon Synopsis: Reflections on symbols and symbolic imageryThe Book of Symbols combines original and incisive essays about particular symbols with representative images from all parts of the world and all eras of history. The Book of Symbols combines original and incisive essays about particular symbols with representative images from all parts of the world and all eras of history. The highly readable texts and almost 800 beautiful full-color images come together in a unique way to convey hidden dimensions of meaning. Each of the c. 350 essays examines a given symbol's psychic background, and how it evokes psychic processes and dynamics. Etymological roots, the play of opposites, paradox and shadow, the ways in which diverse cultures have engaged a symbolic image—all these factors are taken into consideration.

Authored by writers from the fields of psychology, religion, art, literature and comparative myth, the essays flow into each other in ways that mirror the psyche's unexpected convergences. There are no pat definitions of the kind
that tend to collapse a symbol; a still vital symbol remains partially unknown, compels our attention and unfolds in new meanings and manifestations over time. Rather than merely categorize, The Book of Symbols illuminates how to move from the visual experience of a symbolic image in art, religion, life, or dreams, to directly experiencing its personal and psychological resonance.

The Book of Symbols sets new standards for thoughtful exploration of symbols and their meanings, and will appeal to a wide range of readers: artists, designers, dreamers and dream interpreters, psychotherapists, self-helpers, gamers, comic book readers, religious and spiritual searchers, writers, students, and anyone curious about the power of archetypal images.


The Christian Archetype: A Jungian Commentary on the Life of Christ - Edward F. Edinger 1987

Amazon Synopsis: This book presents a much-need psychological interpretation of images and events central to the Christian myth, which may be understood symbolically in terms of the individuation of modern men and women.

The process of individuation, when it befalls a person, may lead to salvation or calamity. The reader will find here an ordered and graphic amplification of this archetypal process.

In prose and in pictures carefully selected from traditional Christian art, the author illustrates some essential stages-from Annunciation through Crucifixion to Resurrection-both in the life of Christ and in those who by choice or fate become immersed in their own psychological destiny.

CONTENTS: Annunciation * Nativity * Flight into
Egypt * Baptism * Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem * Last Supper * Gethsemane * Arrest and Trial * Flagellation and Mocking * Crucifixion * Lamentation and Entombment * Resurrection and Ascension * Pentecost * Assumption and Coronation of Mary



Encyclopedia of World Mythology – Arthur Cotterell 2004

Amazon Synopsis: Lively and informed narrative by two expert authorities in their field.


Eros Toward the World: Paul Tillich and the Theology of the Erotic - Alexander C. Irwin 2003

Synopsis: A comparison of ideas of love in the work of theologian Paul Tillich and in contemporary religious feminism.


The Great Mother - Erich Neumann

Amazon Synopsis: Neumann examines how the Feminine has been experienced and expressed in many cultures from prehistory to our own time. Appearing as goddess and demon, gate and pillar, garden and tree, hovering sky and containing vessel, the Feminine is seen as an essential factor in the dialectical relation of individual consciousness, symbolized by the child, to the ungraspable matrix, symbolized by the Great Mother.


The Greek Myths, Volume One – Robert Graves 1990

Amazon Synopsis: Combines in a single volume the complete text of the definitive two-volume classic, citing all the ancient myths.


Goddesses in Everywoman: Powerful Archetypes in Women's Lives - Jean Shinoda Bolen 2004

Amazon Synopsis: A classic work of female psychology that uses seven archetypical goddesses as a way of describing behavior patterns and personality traits is being introduced to the next generation of readers with a new introduction by the author.

Psychoanalyst Jean Bolen's career soared in the early 1980s when Goddesses in Everywoman was published. Thousands of women readers became fascinated with identifying their own inner goddesses and using these archetypes to guide themselves to greater self–esteem, creativity, and happiness.

Bolen's radical idea was that just as women used to be unconscious of the powerful effects that cultural stereotypes had on them, they were also unconscious of powerful archetypal forces within them that influence what they do and how they feel, and which account for major differences among them. Bolen believes that an understanding of these inner patterns and their interrelationships offers reassuring, true–to–life alternatives that take women far beyond such restrictive dichotomies as masculine/feminine, mother/lover, careerist/housewife. And she demonstrates in this book how understanding them can provide the key to self–knowledge and wholeness.

Dr. Bolen introduced these patterns in the guise of seven archetypal goddesses, or personality types, with whom all women could identify, from the autonomous Artemis and the cool Athena to the nurturing Demeter and the creative Aphrodite, and explains how to decide which to cultivate and which to overcome, and how to tap the power of these enduring archetypes to become a better "heroine" in one's own life story.


The Hero with a Thousand Faces – Joseph Campbell 2008

Amazon Synopsis: Since its release in 1949, The Hero with a Thousand Faces has influenced millions of readers by combining the insights of modern psychology with Joseph Campbell’s revolutionary understanding of comparative mythology. In these pages, Campbell outlines the Hero’s Journey, a universal motif of adventure and transformation that runs through virtually all of the world’s mythic traditions. He also explores the Cosmogonic Cycle, the mythic pattern of world creation and destruction.

As part of the Joseph Campbell Foundation’s Collected Works of Joseph Campbell, this third edition features expanded illustrations, a comprehensive bibliography, and more accessible sidebars.

As relevant today as when it was first published, The Hero with a Thousand Faces continues to find new audiences in fields ranging from religion and anthropology to literature and film studies. The book has also profoundly influenced creative artists—including authors, songwriters, game designers, and filmmakers—and continues to inspire all those interested in the inherent human need to tell stories.


The Hero Within: Six Archetypes We Live By - Carol S. Pearson 1998

Book Jacket: A Modern classic of Jungian Psychology, The Hero Within has helped hundreds of thousands of people enrich their lives by revealing how to tap the power of the archetypes, that exist within. Drawing from literature, anthropology, and psychology, author Carol S. Pearson clearly defines six heroic archetypes the Innocent, the Orphan, the Wanderer, the Warrior, the Altruist and the Magician - and shows how we can use these powerful guides to discover our own hidden gifts, solve difficult problems and transform our lives with rich sources of inner strength.


Invisible Forces II: Harnessing the Power of Archetypes to Improve Your Career and Workplace - Carol S. Pearson 1997

Book Jacket: This manual is a companion piece to Pearson's Awakening the Heroes Within. If you have been challenged by workplace dynamics — exhausted by expectations that you can do everything, surprised at the way some people act, or disliked by someone for no apparent reason — you may find this workbook very helpful. It includes directions for using the workbook in personal and organizational settings. There is a chapter on each of 12 archetypes, including questions for individual and group analysis. This workbook is valuable to organizational consultants, counselors, managers, and individuals who want to understand others and to fulfill their own greatest potential.


Jung and Tarot: An Archetypal Journey - Sallie Nichols 1980

Amazon Synopsis: Highly innovative work presenting a piercing interpretation of the tarot in terms of Jungian psychology. Through analogy with the humanities, mythology and the graphic arts, the significance of the cards is related to personal growth and individuation. The major arcana becomes a map of life, and the hero's journey becomes something that each individual can relate to the symbolism of the cards and therefore to the personal life.


Jung and Tarot: An Archetypal Journey - Sallie Nichols 1980

Amazon Synopsis: Highly innovative work presenting a piercing interpretation of the tarot in terms of Jungian psychology. Through analogy with the humanities, mythology and the graphic arts, the significance of the cards is related to personal growth and individuation. The major arcana becomes a map of life, and the hero's journey becomes something that each individual can relate to the symbolism of the cards and therefore to the personal life.


Knowing Woman: A Feminine Psychology - Irene de Castillejo 1997

Amazon Synopsis: In this classic work, a noted Jungian analyst explores the division of the human psyche into masculine and feminine. Characteristic of feminine consciousness, she writes, is diffuse awareness, which recognizes the unity of all life and promotes acceptance and relationship. The masculine attitude is one of focused consciousness, the capacity to formulate ideas and to change, invent, and create. Concerned with the experience of women in a culture dominated by masculine values, the author discusses topics such as the animus (the masculine "soul image" in a woman's unconscious); women's roles in relation to work, friends, children, and lovers; and issues such as abortion, aging, and self-determination.


The Magician and the Analyst: The Archetype of the Magus in Occult Spirituality and Jungian Analysis - Robert L. Moore 2002

Synopsis: A Jungian Analyst looks at the archetype of the Magician in occult practices.


Memories, Dreams, Reflections - C.G. Jung 1987

Amazon Synopsis: In the spring of 1957, when he was eighty-one years old, C. G. Jung undertook the telling of his life story. At regular intervals he had conversations with his colleague and friend Aniela Jaffé, and collaborated with her in the preparation of the text based on these talks. On occasion, he was moved to write entire chapters of the book in his own hand, and he continued to work on the final stages of the manuscript until shortly before his death on June 6, 1961.


The Mother: Archetypal Image in Fairytales - Sibylle Birkhauser-Oeri 1988

Synopsis: a book about the positive and negative maternal images in well-known fairy tales.


New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology – Translated by Richard Aldington & Delano Ames 1969

Synopsis: A very comprehensive guide to world mythology.


Middle Eastern Mythology – S.H. Hooke 2004

Amazon Synopsis: The role of mythology in ritual and in the origins of customs, cults, and hero worship are the fascinating areas covered by this comparative survey. It discusses legends of the Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Hittites, and Canaanites, plus mythological elements of the Jewish apocalyptic literature and the New Testament.


Pathways to Bliss: Mythology and Personal Transformation - Joseph Campbell

Amazon Synopsis: Joseph Campbell is one of this century's great disseminators of the psychological wisdom of mythology. One of the basic functions of myth, he contends, is to help each individual through the journey of life, providing a travel guide to reach fulfillment — a map to discover "bliss." In Pathways to Bliss, Campbell once again draws on his masterful gift of storytelling to apply the larger themes of world mythology to personal growth and transformation. Looking at the more personal, psychological side of myth, he begins to dwell on life's more important questions — those that are often submerged beneath the frantic activity of our daily life. With characteristic wit and insight, he draws connections between ancient symbols and modern art, schizophrenia and the Hero's Journey, revealing the way myth helps identify one's heroic path.



Phallos: Sacred Image of the Masculine - Eugene Monick

Publisher Synopsis: Through close examination of the physical, psychological and mythological aspects of phallos, the author differentiates masculinity from patriarchy and discovers a mysterious, divine reality coequal with the maternal principle.


The Power of Myth – Joseph Campbell 1991

Amazon Synopsis: Finally available in a popularly priced, non-illustrated, smaller-format edition, which is ideal for the college market and general reader alike, this extraordinary best-seller is a brilliant evocation of the noted scholar's teachings on mythology.


Sacred Contracts: Awakening Your Divine Potential– Caroline Myss 2003

Amazon Synopsis: New York Times bestselling author and medical intuitive Caroline Myss has found that when people don’t understand their purpose in life the result can be depression, anxiety, fatigue, and eventually physical illness—in short, a spiritual malaise of epidemic proportions. Myss’s experience of working with people led her to develop an insightful and ingenious process for deciphering your own Sacred Contract—or higher purpose—using a new theory of archetypes that builds on the works of Jung, Plato, and many other contemporary thinkers.

Myss examines the lives of the spiritual masters and prophets—Abraham, Jesus, Buddha, and Muhammad—whose archetypal journeys illustrate the four stages of a Sacred Contract and provide clues for discovering your own. Myss explains how you can identify your particular spiritual energies, or archetypes—the gatekeepers of your higher purpose—and use them to help you find out what you are here on earth to learn and whom you are meant to meet. Exploring your Sacred Contract will shine a light on the purpose and meaning of your life. You are meant to do certain tasks, you are meant to have certain relationships.

In coming to know your archetypal companions, you also begin to see how to live your life in ways that make the best use of your personal power and lead you to fulfill your greatest—in fact, your divine—potential.

Both visionary and practical, Sacred Contracts is a bold, powerful work of spiritual wisdom. Without a doubt, your most intriguing challenge in life is to recognize your spiritual commitments and live them to the fullest.


Sacred Contracts: The Journey - An Interactive Tool for Guidance [Game]

Caroline Myss & Peter Occhiogrosso 2004

Amazon Synopsis: Caroline Myss' New York Times bestseller Sacred Contracts invites readers to gain a unique perspective on their lives by working with a family of personal archetypes and their location on the Archetypal Wheel, similar in format to an astrological chart. Sacred Contracts: The Journey expands on the insights contained in the book and introduces whole new levels of awareness. We are each born with a Sacred Contract, an agreement to learn certain lessons and develop wisdom in this lifetime.

Among our allies in the pursuit of wisdom is a set of 12 archetypes drawn from the inexhaustible well of the collective unconscious. Recognizing those archetypes within our psyche helps us learn how to benefit from their energies. Those 12 archetypes, when placed on the Archetypal Wheel through an intuitive process, make up your Chart of Origin, a diagram of key forces at work throughout your entire life. Although they are your primary archetypal patterns, however, they are not the only ones that influence you.

There are countless archetypes in the collective unconscious, most of which come into play only in specific situations. Discovering the identity and function of the secondary archetypes in relation to your psyche is the goal of Sacred Contracts: The Journey. It is an interactive experience that can be used alone or by up to four people, and can add new layers of insight to that provided by your Chart of Origin. These levels represent a heightened understanding of archetypes that Caroline has developed since she wrote Sacred Contracts. Sacred Contracts: The Journey is a way of seeking guidance for a particular question or issue in each participant's life. You name the matter on which you are seeking guidance at the beginning of the Journey, and compile insights and guidance as you move along.


The Sacred Prostitute: Eternal Aspect of the Feminine - Nancy Qualls-Corbett

Book Jacket: The ancient connection between spirituality and passionate love has in modern times become lost to the depths of the unconscious, leaving a broad sense of dissatisfaction and boredom in relationships.

When the Goddess of Love was still honored, the sacred prostitute was virgin in the original sense of the word (one-in-herself), a person of deep integrity whose welcome for the stranger was radiant, self-confident and sensuous. Her raison d'être was to bring the goddess' love into direct contact with mankind.

...in those days, human sexuality and the religous attitude were inseparable.


Transformations of Myth through Time – Joseph Campbell 1990

Amazon Synopsis: The renowned master of mythology is at his warm, accessible, and brilliant best in this illustrated collection of thirteen lectures covering mythological development around the world.


The Warrior Within: Accessing the Knight in the Male Psyche - Robert L. Moore, Douglas Gillette, Robert Moore 1992

Amazon Synopsis: Often disparaged, seldom understood, the aggressive energy of the male psyche's inner Warrior is explored in this groundbreaking work. Jungian psychoanalyst Robert Moore and mythologist Douglas Gillette, authors of King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine offer a plan for personal empowerment to today's male warriors.


What Story Are You Living?: A Workbook and Guide to Interpreting Results from the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator Instrument - Carol S. Pearson 2007

Amazon Synopsis: The profound influence of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung spans both literature and science. His concept of the archetype defines the deep, unconscious patterns in the ways we perceive, organize, and interpret the events of our lives. A wide variety of these shared human themes are reflected in both our cultural traditions and stories and in our personal experiences the stories we live.

Discover the archetypal patterns and themes that influence your daily life with this new and expanded companion guide to the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator assessment, developed by the book s authors Drs. Carol Pearson and Hugh Marr, the PMAI indicates the relative influence of such archetypes as Seeker, Warrior, Creator, Sage, Jester, Magician, Lover, and more. Using the book and instrument together, readers will learn their strengths, challenges, growth opportunities, and strategies for self-improvement.

Awaken your unrealized potential and hidden strengths to improve personal and business relationships, find new direction in career planning, or replace unproductive life patterns. Understanding your life story and the decisions you make along the way will help you on the path to a fuller, more satisfying journey. Since the PMAI instrument is intended to help guide and improve your journey through life, What Story Are You Living? includes two copies of the PMAI instrument.


Where Were You before the Tree of Life Volume 1 – Peter R. Farley

Amazon Synopsis: Number one of nine volumes this book begins to describe the influence of aliens in the history of humankind and where the archeypes of the human psyche actually originated. Free PDF


Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype - Clarissa Pinkola Estés 1996

Amazon Synopsis: Within every woman there lives a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity, and ageless knowing. She is the Wild Woman, who represents the instinctual nature of women. But she is an endangered species.

In WOMEN WHO RUN WITH THE WOLVES, Dr. Estés unfolds rich intercultural myths, fairy tales, and stories, many from her own family, in order to help women reconnect with the fierce, healthy, visionary attributes of this instinctual nature. Through the stories and commentaries in this remarkable book, we retrieve, examine, love, and understand the Wild Woman and hold her against our deep psyches as one who is both magic and medicine. Dr. Estés has created a new lexicon for describing the female psyche. Fertile and life-giving, it is a psychology of women in the truest sense, a knowing of the soul.


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