Étiquette : C.G. Jung

On the Archetypal Nature of Bad Trips and Freakouts, Danny Wedding, Peter H Addy, 2014

On the Archetypal Nature of Bad Trips and Freakouts A Review of : "Confrontation With the Unconscious: Jungian Depth Psychology and Psychedelic Experience" by Scott J. Hill Danny Wedding, Peter H Addy PsycCRITIQUES, June 16, 2014, Vol. 59, No. 24, Article 4 © 2014 American Psychological Association   In 1967 Scott J. Hill had a terrifying and traumatic experience after taking LSD, experiencing “the depths of madness and hell” (p. xiii). He became suicidal and dissociated, and he wondered whether he had gone insane. Over the next four decades, he struggled with the terror he felt during that experience; he could not come to terms with [...]

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Freudian, Jungian, Grofian — Steps Toward the Psychedelic Humanities, Thomas B. Roberts, 2017

Freudian, Jungian, Grofian — Steps Toward the Psychedelic Humanities Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 2017, Vol. 49, No. 2, 19 p. Copyright 2017, Transpersonal Institute   ABSTRACT: Stanislav Grof’s map of the mind offers transpersonalists — and further, humanists and all professions working with the human phenomenon — a new kind of intellectual effort. Just as Freudian and Jungian psychologies enriched 20th Century intellectual life, Grofian is enriching the 21st. Grof’s psychedelic-derived theory promotes cultural interpretation, psychocriticism, curricular enrichment, and new methods of humanistic research. The theory’s four-level map of the human mind has received moderate attention primarily by confirming other [...]

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