Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western

Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western


Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and Eastern Paths to the Heart ❮EPUB❯ ✰ Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and Eastern Paths to the Heart Author Radmila Moacanin – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk În această ediție extinsă a clasicei sale introduceri Radmila Moacanin ne poartă către punctele de intersecție dintre budismul tibetan și psihologia jungiană Aparținând unor culturi radical În această ediție extinsă a clasicei sale introduceri Jung's Psychology Kindle Ñ Radmila Moacanin ne poartă către punctele de intersecție dintre budismul tibetan și psihologia jungiană Aparținând unor culturi radical diferite aceste două perspective împart idei izbitor de asemănătoare și o preocupare comună către ceea ce Jung numea „experimentul extraordinar de a deveni conștient”Budismul tibetan renumit pentru practicile sale tantrice este plin de imagini și ritualuri de transformare a minții În Essence of MOBI :å teoriile sale asupra minții și a psihologiei Jung a căutat simbolurile și metodele pentru deblocarea puterii psihicului uman universal Radmila Moacanin examinează arhetipurile jungiene și zeitățile budiste rolurile analistului și ale prietenului spiritual subconștientul colectiv karma și multe altele Ea permite acestor concepte de a se pune în lumină unul pe altul păstrând cu atenție în același timp caracterul distinctiv al fiecărei perspectivePasionată de ambele discipline autoarea duce of Jung's Psychology Kindle ´ ideile și metodele lui Buddha și ale lui Carl Jung dincolo de simpla teorie chiar în domeniul realității de zi cu zi dându le viață pentru cititorii secolului al XXI lea.

  • Paperback
  • 180 pages
  • Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and Eastern Paths to the Heart
  • Radmila Moacanin
  • Romanian
  • 03 March 2015

7 thoughts on “Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and Eastern Paths to the Heart

  1. Alan Alan says:

    Pretty much exactly as the title says Does a great job in comparing two VERY broad topics but should not be looked at as anything but an introduction

  2. Jack Jack says:

    Dr Moacanin explores the similarities and differences between Jung's psychology and Tibetan particularly Tantran Buddhism While separated by 25 milennia and entirely separate cultures Jung's theory of collective unconscious while initially developed without knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism is a Western analog to Buddhism's karma of archetypes and deities of the Self and the I and of the union of opposites and the middle way She observes that Jung's marginal notes and scribblings often took the form of mandalas But primarily she focuses on Tantric Buddhism which is directly concerned with the process of the growth of consciousness and spiritual transformation the process that was also the major concern of Jung who called it the tremendous experiment of becoming consciouswhich unites the most diverse cultures in a common task The Self and Padma the Western and Eastern symbols of spiritual unfoldment and totality It is a challenging topic conveying the numinous and its dynamic flowing everchanging aspect from dual perspectives; she finds the thread to weave the whole

  3. Unurzaya Amarsaikhan Unurzaya Amarsaikhan says:

    Moacanin sheds an insightful parallels between Jung’s work and Tibetan Buddhism Readers can find lots of suggestions for further reads yet the book is not for those who are looking for instructions or thorough details on the subjects

  4. Steve Woods Steve Woods says:

    As my investigation of Buddhism has progressed and my challenges of my own demons manifest have become an ever central part of my life the correlations between Buddhist practice and Jung's work slowly became so obvious that it warranted further investigation this book was straight to the point Jung is the only psychologistpsychiatrist whose approach to the exploration of the mind as a way to resolve the difficulties of dissonance at the deepest of levels who has presented anything like an approach that holds any weight with me As my own understanding of mind has unfolded I am not sure whether the Buddhist idea that nirvana is possible or Jung's doubts that the process of individuation as he put it ever has an end Whatever the case the journey has for me a life of its own a direction and a momentum of its own Despite the efforts of the so called mental health profession to hijack that process it has always prevailed The journey has been very painful and often shattering in its impact I draw solve from both Jung and Buddhist practice if through nothing else then through the knowledge that others have walked this path What's my reading has now crept into writings on Gnostic Christian practice and of Sufism both are caught in the same flow One cannot but surmise that the journey which often seems fantastic in the true sense of that word has in fact substance far beyond logical explanation and may well be the sole purpose of our lives on earth A wonderful piece of work

  5. Nick Mather Nick Mather says:

    This is of a long essay than an actual book It doesn't go too in depth in either Jungian psychology or Tibetan Buddhism rather it offers a brief overview of both There are some interesting comparisons and differences to be made and I'd liketo see something in depth At times I found the writig a bit too simplistic but this is a good book to start with if you are interested in Jung and Tibetan Buddhism

  6. Bridgett Bridgett says:

    It was nice seeing an easy to read comparison between Jung's ideas of individuation and Tibetan Buddhism's enlightenmentillumination I'm trying to apply Eastern concepts to my life like mindfulness so I feel balanced but I also really relate to Jung's ideas in psychology

  7. Thomas Alex Thomas Alex says:

    This was my third reading of this intellectually stimulating book and it remains a permanent resident on my bookshelf

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