Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies (JSSS)

The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.-- Carl Jung

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Conversations in the Field

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Dear Readers:

We are excited to inaugurate this new section of the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies website, which we are calling Conversations in the Field. These pieces emerged from the joint JSSS/IAJS conference of 2010 and represent both emerging ideas and ideas revisited in timely ways within the field of Jungian studies. They are grounded in personal experience, wide-ranging in subject, and bristling with the energy of what’s coming into being. We see these articles both as conversation starters and areas ripe for further research. 

Sincerely,

Alexandra Fidyk, Ph.D
Rinda West, Ph.D.

Co-Editors, Conversations in the Field (2010)

Conversations in the Field

VOLUME 1, 2010

Editors: Alexandra Fidyk, Ph.D., Rinda West, Ph.D.

Table of Content (as a pdf)

Nobody Sees a Flower, Really, It Is So Small”: Extolling the Ethic of Attention

Jennifer Selig, PhD
Pacific Graduate Institute, CA
   
Reiki and Jung: An Introduction

Matthew Fike, PhD
Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC
     
Art and Otherness: An Enquiry into the Experience of the “Other” in Painting
David Parker, PhD & Michael Evans, PhD
University of Northampton, UK
     
Journeying to Patmos
Gary Astrachan, PhD
C. J. Jung Institute, Boston
       
Embodying the Tension Between Opposites in Qigong
Susan Wyatt, PhD
Antioch University Los Angeles, CA
       
Sangoma Medicine - How It Works
David Cumes, MD
     
Light at Midnight and the Art of Synchronicity
Matthew Fike, PhD
Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC

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