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Psychology & Counseling
  • Author:
    Ann Ulanov
  • ISBN:
    3856305912
  • ISBN13:
    978-3856305918
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  • Publisher:
    Daimon Verlag (December 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Psychology & Counseling
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The Healing Imagination book.

The Healing Imagination book. This eloquent work speaks of the centrality of imagination in the. In fact, I've decided to put myself on a diet that includes at least one Ann and/or Barry Ulanov book a year. Yes, they are heavy-duty Jungians, but the prose is lucid and luscious and I always come away feeling nourished to the core.

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The authors describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and th. .I'm a personal coach and I do most of my work on the phone

The authors describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and th.I'm a personal coach and I do most of my work on the phone. How this book helped me as I soothe, challenge, question, and grope to learn of the person on the other end of the line and what will serve them best. Orpheus is on the cover. Ah, Orpheus, whose golden voice could move rock, change the course of streams. This book, lyrical and profound, is an ode to sound, and to listening. The universe is more like music than like matter," said physicist Donald Hatch Andrews.

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The authors describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and the spirit. Ann Belford Ulanov is Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York City

The authors describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and the spirit. Ann Belford Ulanov is Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychiatry and Religion at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. A Jungian analyst in private practice, she is also the author of numerous books, including "The Wizards' Gate", "Cinderella and her Sisters", "The Wisdom of the Psyche", "Picturing God", and "The Feminine in Jungian Psychology and Christian Theology".

The healing imagination. the meeting of psyche and soul. by Ann Belford Ulanov.

Ann and Barry Ulanov describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and the spirit

Ann and Barry Ulanov describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and the spirit.

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This eloquent work speaks of the centrality of imagination in the life of the spirit. The authors describe the imagination as a bridge between the psyche and the spirit. Using rich imagery drawn from literature, film, and their own experience as therapists, they unlock for us the healing power of our imagination. "Imagination heals by building a bridge sturdy enough to link us up, each of us, to the river of being already present in us, to the currents flowing through us and among us in our unconscious life."

Fomand
Disappointing. I was really looking forward to this after hearing Dr. Ann Ulanov speak at a conference.

The first chapter, The Healing Imagination, is brilliant. Lyrically written and captures the essence of the argument. If you do any sort of academic research, you have probably learned that in most books the first and last chapters are the core; the rest provides the grounds for the argument.

The next chapter, entitled The Gap, is overwritten. It reads more like an expanded journal article than a chapter expanding the argument. It is overwritten, as if the authors had been seduced by their own words, and a bit light on theory.

Chapter Three, on Madness, makes an effective case for why we fear some of our imaginary images and how creativity can be a revolutionary act.

Chapter Four, Imagination and Ministry, is inscrutable if you don't have a good grasp on the movements of classical music. I don't, so this chapter is lost to me.

Chapter Five, The People who People Are Imagination, is forgettable. Perhaps I was so turned off by the nattering about music in the previous chapter, I went brain-dead. Seems like one of those chapters that is there to flesh out a work to book length.
Niwield
I purchase this book to understand more about the imagination and how it works with the creative process. The healing imagination is well worth the purchase.
Meri
Ulanov is wonderful!
Flamekiller
I love this book! I want to read each chapter over and over again because there is so much to it. It is deeply wise and beautifully written, bringing spirituality and psychology to bear on the importance of the imagination. It is a must read!
Kamick
I'm a personal coach and I do most of my work on the phone. How this book helped me as I soothe, challenge, question, and grope to learn of the person on the other end of the line and what will serve them best.
Orpheus is on the cover. Ah, Orpheus, whose golden voice could
move rock, change the course of streams.
This book, lyrical and profound, is an ode to sound, and to listening. "The universe is more like music than like matter," said physicist Donald Hatch Andrews. I know that I've been hurt by sound, by harsh voices and criticism, and that I've been healed by sound, by soothing tones and kind words. Dr. Kittelson explained to me how and why.
This book explains in detail the mechanics of sound production and reception -- the scientific explanations -- and discusses this in light of "the talking cure," but it is at the same time almost mystical, for this is the stuff of deep speaking and profound listening. "The client uses the therapist's ways of listening," Kittelson says, "to learn to hear himself." "In both music and psychotherapy," she continues, "timeliness is of the essence. It is a matter of timing, a matter of tact." Resonant communication takes care and time and space, and while the client sets the basic pace, the therapist exerts some influence too, in the musical duet.
Auditory processes, she says, have a special resonance in early work. Auditory experience is primary in infancy -- it is a time before sight matters when sound, movement and skin contact are most important. "In early work," she says, "the client's experience of the therapist's voice is highly influential. Soemtimes it will be the most basic mode of attunement."
This is a beautifully written book about a profound subject. "I call to you/I call to you/But I don't call soft enough" said L. Cohen in "There Ain't No Cure for Love," and Kittelson, a Jungian analyst, calls softly indeed.
She "likes to figure things out," it says on the back of the book. She's my kind of person. What a gentle soul. What a tender voice. Read this book. You'll be touched, and, like a tuning fork, you will resonate.
Rko
A poetic, exquisitely insightful probing of the art of listening to ourselves. Unlike many other books in the Post-Jungian tradition, this book is not woven with Platonic references or mythological justifications. Clearly written by someone who herself listens attentively to her clients, and to herself. A rare gem.