Praise for "Jung and Sex: Re-visioning the Treatment of Sexual Issues"
Book Review by Ginette Paris, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Professor of psychology and Mythological studies, Author of Wisdom of the Psyche, Heartbreak, and Pagan Grace:
Other reviews from Amazon customers:
Missing Dimension (Late 2018)
As the financial crash of 2008 swept the globe, I put this nearly completed manuscript aside. Ten years later I awoke from a mysterious dream that sought to bring this book back to life. As I reluctantly dusted off the pages and collected research, I came to realize during my editing over the past year that I had quite unconsciously laid out a rough blueprint for my life and purpose going forward. The Missing Dimension is a personal examination of the nature of individuation, spirituality, and the dynamics of consciousness in a search for meaning—a winding journey from the treatment room back to the halls of Congress, to corporate boardrooms, to the temple of the Dalai Lama, and to the seeds of collective activism.
Through collected stories and research, this book provides just one spectrum of possibility in our world—through an exploration of how we approach relationships, business, politics, psychology, and spirituality.
The Sexual Soul (2019)
Forthcoming in 2019. This book is a resource and layperson's guide to the depth psychological insights detailed in my earlier book, Jung and Sex. The guide provides an applied and accessible look at many of C.G. Jung's most important ideas, as well as those of James Hillman and others. This in-depth resource is meant to support those struggling with complex sexual concerns--to support them in developing an alignment with their own depths and to ascertain how their symptoms might be expressing larger callings from deep within.
The Soul of an Organization (2019)
Forthcoming in 2019. Examining the powerful role of the unconscious in all business and organizational dynamics, and a look at the soul at work within all forces surrounding innovation, complexity, and collective empowerment. From the pathological to the inspired, organizations are driven mostly by unconscious factors--to which little if any attention, knowledge, or skill are applied. This book is about tending and accessing those vital dimensions.