The Collected Writings of Murray Stein: Volume 8 – Psychology and Spirituality

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While the Jungian approach to spirituality departs from specific religious beliefs and practices and does not privilege any in particular, it retains an attitude of respect for the variety of experiences of the numinous and for all God images. Spirituality is a central feature of the individuation process. The essays in this volume of The Collected Writings of Murray Stein are dedicated to reflecting on and expanding this core principle.

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While the Jungian approach to spirituality departs from specific religious beliefs and practices and does not privilege any in particular, it retains an attitude of respect for the variety of experiences of the numinous and for all God images. Spirituality is a central feature of the individuation process. The essays in this volume of The Collected Writings of Murray Stein are dedicated to reflecting on and expanding this core principle.

Inside this Volume:

-The Dream of Wholeness      

-On Modern Initiation into the Spiritual   

-“New Wine Needs New Skins”  

-Intimacy and the Mystery of Transcendence

-Spirituality in the Psychoanalytic Context

-The Search for Meaning

-Synchronizing Time and Eternity: A Matter of Practice

-Light in the Shadow of Death

-A Lecture for the End of Time

-On the Emergence of Meaning

-The Mystery of Creativity – A Journey in Pictures

-The Mystery of Transcendence – A Dream For Our Time

-The Marriage of Anima and Animus in the Mystery of -Individuation

-Foreword for Jesus as Witnessed by the Disciple He Loved, by Alan Asay

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