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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Robert Bosnak
  • ISBN:
    0415404347
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415404341
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  • Publisher:
    Routledge; 1 edition (May 27, 2007)
  • Pages:
    152 pages
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    Psychology & Counseling
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Embodiment: Creative Imag. has been added to your Cart. Robert Bosnak is a Dutch Jungian Psychoanalyst who, after having been in private psychotherapy practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts for 25 years, currently lives and works in Sydney, Australia.

Embodiment: Creative Imag.

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Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel sets out Robert Bosnak's practice of embodied imagination and demonstrates how he actually works with dreams and memories in groups. The book discusses various approaches to dreams, body and imagination, and combines this with a Jungian, neurobiological, relational and cultural analysis. A complementary approach has been described by the Jungian analyst Robert Bosnak, in which dream images are focused on primarily, and patients encouraged to 'ground' the image via the sensation function back into the body, a therapeutically powerful technique that he has termed embodied imagery (Bosnak 2007).

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Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel sets out Robert Bosnak's practice of embodied imagination and demonstrates how he actually works with dreams and memories in groups. This book discusses a variety of techniques which may be applied by health professionals to their patients and clients.

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Embodied imagination is a therapeutic and creative form of working with dreams and memories pioneered by Dutch Jungian psychoanalyst Robert Bosnak and based on principles first developed by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, especially in his work on alch.

Embodied imagination is a therapeutic and creative form of working with dreams and memories pioneered by Dutch Jungian psychoanalyst Robert Bosnak and based on principles first developed by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, especially in his work on alchemy, and on the work of American archetypal psychologist James Hillman, who focused on soul as a simultaneous multiplicity of autonomous states.

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Embodiment: Creative Imagination in Medicine, Art and Travel sets out Robert Bosnak's practice of embodied imagination and demonstrates how he actually works with dreams and memories in groups. The book discusses various approaches to dreams, body and imagination, and combines this with a Jungian, neurobiological, relational and cultural analysis. The author's fascination with dreams, the most absolute form of embodied imagination, has caused him to travel all over the world. From his research he concludes that while dreaming everyone everywhere experiences dreams as embodied events in time and space while the dreamer is convinced of being awake; it is after waking into our specific cultural stories about dreaming that the widely differing attitudes towards dreams arise. By taking dreaming reality, not our waking interpretation of it, as the model for imagination, this book creates a paradigm shock and produces methods which can be applied in a wide variety of cultural settings.

Through detailed case studies, professionals and students will find thorough discussions of:

ways to flashback into dreams and memories while in a hypnagogic state of consciousness the practice of embodied imagination and its profound physical effects psyche as a self-organizing multiplicity of selves the nature of subjectivity the body as a theatre of sense memories the limitation of reason the process of dissociation the treatment of trauma

This book discusses a variety of techniques which may be applied by health professionals to their patients and clients. It will also be of particular interest to Jungian and relational psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and clinical psychologists, as well as to artists, actors, directors, writers and other individuals who wish to explore the creative imagination.


Tiainar
Robert Bosnak combines his experiences from all over the world. His approach of dreams, active imagination and embodiment is interesting. He also weaves in the relevant literature - Jung, James LeDoux, Damasio. For me, the book was clear, but I and the others of my reading group had problems finding what it is about. His main issues are 'hidden' in the anecdotes and extensive anecdotes. It may be of interest when you're need some new angles on experiencing dreams and imagination. Not a beginners manual.
(I bought the paperback)
Risinal
A review stated this was not an introductory text. I think that's redundant and misleading. If one is a student of psychology, psychotherapy, drama theory, sociology, archeology, or a well read citizen of antiquity and it's legacy, this is a compelling read. This is a well written book and it conveys something crucial about humans that has been largely ignored: learning by mimesis/mimicry; as well as the 'phenomenological encounter' or immersion in an-other...an experience where subject and object are blurred in a sort of possession/trance. We learn how this primal method is actually present in many forms of art, therapy, and life. Further, we read how this capacity leads to a more sophisticated method of operating in the creative/therapeutic arts. Far from being esoteric, this experience is presented with clear explanation and examples from the author's work.

If you've come to this text for some reason, I wouldn't pass it up. Hopefully you can find it for a reasonable price...It's a true bummer it seems to be out of print.
Ximinon
I respect Robert Bosnak's work with dreams and found Embodiment to be worthwhile, but felt resentment at having paid $90 for 142 pages of text--with no color plates or handmade endpapers that might justify the high cost. Before posting a comment, I emailed the publisher and learned that the $90 version is aimed at libraries. The editorial assistant said that there is a paperback version for $28.95, but I don't see it on Amazon.