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behaviourism

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way of thinking

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the thought processes characteristic of an individual or group

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the science of mental life

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Analytical psychology acknowledges the importance of the spiritual life, but is not tied to a specific religion.
Drawing upon the wisdom of three great thinkers--Swiss psychiatrist Jung Nobel Prize-winning physicist Wolfgang Pauli, and analyst-scholar Marie-Louise von Franz--At the Heart of the Matter strives to clarify the phenomenon that is synchronicity, and uncover common ground between the scientific and the spiritual in practicing analytical psychology as part of a holistic approach to help the suffering of patients.
The subject of complex systems applied to analytical psychology is a growing area of research, and it perfectly melds her interests.
It examines several paths to working with and understanding dreams: analytical psychology (Carl Jung and James Hillman); neuroscience (Andrew Newberg and Eugene D'Aquili); lucid dreaming (Stephen LaBerge and Jayne Gackenbach); anthropology (Barbara Tedlock); and cognitive psychology (Harry Hunt), as well as indigenous technologies: Tibetan Dream Yoga, Senoi dream psychology, Mayan dream traditions and Kabbalistic dream practices.
She serves on the Board of the Dallas Group Psychotherapy Association and is a member of the International Association of Analytical Psychology.
Carl Gustav Jung wrote in On the Relation of Analytical Psychology to Poetry, 'The creative process, so far as we are able to follow it at all, consists of the unconscious activation of an archetypal image, and in elaborating and shaping this image into a finished work.
But how many diners at the Ermitage or Schweizerhof also know that it is a world-renowned centre for analytical psychology that attracts some 350 full-time students each year from around 30 different nations?
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