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Tatsuhiro Nakajima

bios , ‘civil life,’ and zoë , ‘natural life’, in the cult and rituals of the Eleusinian Mysteries of Demeter. The mythology can be interpreted as a developmental psychology of femininity as well as an ecopsychology of life force. As Kerényi pointed out, the latter is more essential. Greek Hades

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Cécile Rozuel

life: Each life is formed by its unique image, an image that is the essence of that life and calls it to a destiny. As the force of fate, this image acts as a personal daimon, an accompanying guide who remembers your calling. […] The daimon motivates. It protects. It invents and persists with stubborn

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John Izod and Joanna Dovalis

The pleasure of the text is that moment when my body pursues its own ideas – for my body does not have the same ideas I do. (Roland Barthes, The Pleasure of the Text, pp. 16–17) By necessity, stories impose more order into a telling than there is in real life. That is why we tell and listen to

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Christopher Hauke

us to live as social human beings. If our non-rational, instinctual self insists on living out its life as well, as was the case with Stevenson's Mr. Hyde, it has to be kept secret; either unconsciously and quite separate from what we let ourselves know, or consciously as a secret kept from what

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David Tacey

sacred order. Spirit is present but invisible in the new landscape, as the symbols have been lost, and yet a spiritual life pervades the whole of society in an uncanny or ghostly way. A new direction of spirit: the keynote of wholeness But those who strive to recover spirit from the unconscious have

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Susan Rowland

the ideas about art that motivate artists. For example, art psychotherapy works within a framework that suggests that a piece of art reflects an internal emotional landscape; that art can ‘serve’ or be used in structuring therapeutic relationships such as transference; that art is always generated

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Ruth Williams, Christopher Hauke, Ann Shearer and Andrew Samuels

imaginations, giving direct access to the innermost workings of his mind in a most experimental form. Of this period, Jung stated: The years when I was pursuing my inner images were the most important of my life – in them everything essential was decided. It all began then; the later details

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John Izod

delivers a summary introduction to a body of pre-existent knowledge – here, Jung's life and work. By definition, the lecture mode has a narrator who delivers the core narrative that shapes the programme. Nachtmeerfahrten presents a variant that adds to the pleasure of the piece, there being two narrators

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Georg Nicolaus

his view is meant to become a direct expression of life itself through which it creatively transforms itself. According to Berdyaev: ‘existential philosophy marks a transition from the interpretation of knowledge as objectification, to understanding it as participation , union with the subject matter

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Terence Dawson

masterpieces: Milton ( c . 1804–1811) and Jerusalem ( c . 1808–1820). He worked intensively on his ‘illuminated books’ for surprisingly few years of his life (1789–1790 and 1793–1795) and only intermittently, when he found the time, thereafter. They represent a relatively small part of his oeuvre (Viscomi