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Psychotherapy, East and West : a unifying paradigm

Author: Ajaya, Swami
Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Himalayan International Institute of Yoga, Science, and Philosophy of the U.S.A., ©1983.
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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ajaya, Swami
ISBN: 0893890871 9780893890872
OCLC Number: 10099065
Description: xiv, 345 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Part I: Psychotherapy East and West --
Confusion and conflict in modern psychology --
Underlying assumptions --
1. Paradigms of psychotherapy --
Four psychological paradigms --
The reductionist paradigm --
From reductionism to humanism --
The dualistic paradigm --
The monistic paradigm --
Relationship between paradigms --
2. Polarities East and West --
The reductive view of polarities --
The antithetical view of polarities versus the complementary view --
Polarities in Gestalt psychology, in Jungian psychology, and in general systems theory --
The monistic conception of polarities --
3. Projection --
Contrasting concepts of projection --
Karma. 4. Transference --
Contrasting views of Freud and Jung --
Archetypal psychology --
The monistic view: superimposition --
5. General systems theory and beyond --
General systems theory as a dualistic model --
Systems in evolution --
Comparison of general systems theory with other psychological models --
Beyond Piaget: further stages of cognitive development --
6. From ego to self --
The origin and limitations of ego-consciousness --
The self in Jungian psychology and in Vedanta --
7. Turning outside in --
Involution and evolution --
The withdrawal of projections --
The nondual conception of projection --
The transcendence of polarities --
Awakening --
Letting go of identifications. Part II: Applications of Yoga therapy --
the ecology of consciousness --
the holistic model --
Dimensions of Yoga therapy --
8. Body and behavioral techniques --
Diet --
Body-mind interaction --
Breath --
Habits --
Transcending polarities --
9. The relationship between therapist and client --
Responsibility --
Self-acceptance --
Experiential basis of Yoga therapy --
10. The collective unconscious from the Yogic perspective --
Chakras and archetypes --
beyond sublimation --
Survival --
Pleasure --
Mastery --
Psychosomatic disorders --
Service --
11. Spiritual aspects of psychotherapy --
Surrender --
Self-observation --
Interaction among the Chakras --
Nondual consciousness.
Responsibility: Swami Ajaya.

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