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Table of Contents:
Psychological work -- Expectations, needs, and demands -- Ego intentions of the counselor -- Listening -- Ear as organ of consciousness -- Curiosity -- Confession -- Psychological testing as a form of curiosity -- Secrecy and natural distance -- Psychological space in the encounter -- Human encounter constellates archetype of love -- Love as activity and as state of being -- Human encounter and inner connection -- Inner vertical connection balances outer relationships -- Intimacy and community -- Analysis and theology meet in the soul -- “Soul” as concept -- “Loss of soul” -- Soul is not mind; pastoral counseling is not psychotherapy -- The soul and the counselor’s calling -- Theology and depth psychology place soul “within” and “below” -- Soul and the unconscious -- Complexes -- Moods -- Symptoms -- Dreams -- Befriending the dream -- Understanding the dream -- Awakening of inner life -- Religious concern of the soul -- Reality of inner world -- Rediscovery of inner myth and religion -- Splits between preaching and practice, between pulpit and analytical chair -- Morality of analysis -- Inner darkness as the repressed and forgotten and as the potential and germinating -- Images of the shadow -- Moral struggles -- “Cure” of the shadow -- Paradox of loving and judging -- Moral code of analysis as container for personality development -- Bishop Robinson and the new reality -- Naïve view of love in Honest to God -- Analytical morality and the intensification of conflict -- Internalization of eros -- Spiritual idealism and psychological disciplines -- Transcendent background of the moral impulse -- Conscience -- Self-regulation -- Devil and archetypical evil -- Shadow in the counselor -- Morality and feeling -- Feminine images in the masculine psyche -- Anima figures and their effects -- Emotions and moods: self-pity, sentimentality, sadness -- Feminine side in comparative religion: shaman, Greek heroes, Hinduism, Buddha, Judeo-Christian tradition -- Mary and the Annunciation -- Cultivation of eros within -- Problems of sexual love -- Marriage -- Fantasy, reflection, imagination, and the sacrifice of ego-activity -- Flesh and body -- Psychosomatics -- Union with the body and the “sister” -- Feminine ground of the religious movement.