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TRAUMA AND BEYOND : the mystery of transformation.

TRAUMA AND BEYOND : the mystery of transformation.

Publisher: [S.l.] : ROUTLEDGE, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

Essential reading and a valuable resource for counsellors, therapists and Jungian analysts who are challenged in their practice with individual and collective traumata.


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1155166228
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: URSULA WIRTZ
ISBN: 9781000208191 1000208192 9781000208153 100020815X 9781000208177 1000208176 9781003015413 1003015417
OCLC Number: 1158078790
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover --
Half Title --
Title Page --
Copyright Page --
Dedication --
Table of Contents --
Acknowledgments --
Permissions --
Sources and Abbreviations --
Introduction --
Part I: The Spiritual Lens: Dying and Becoming --
Part I: Opening --
Chapter One: Unveiling the Face of Trauma --
Trauma and the Soul --
The Numinosity of Trauma --
Soul Murder --
Loss of Soul and "Broken Courage" --
Chapter Two: Trauma as a Spiritual Experience --
The Spiritual Dimension --
Spiritual Transformation through Trauma --
The Unity of the Material and the Spiritual --
The Healing Power of Spiritual Values Chapter Three: Trauma as a Crisis of Meaning --
Between Meaning and Meaninglessness --
Betwixt and Between: Trauma and Liminality --
The Emergence of Meaning Following Trauma --
Chapter 4: The Transformative Power of Suffering --
The Paradigm of Posttraumatic Growth --
Wounding and Awakening --
Wound or Wisdom: Paul Celan and Nelly Sachs --
Chapter 5: Beyond Embitterment --
Reconciliation and Forgiveness --
Integrating the Shadow --
Coming into Being and Passing Away: Etty Hillesum --
Chapter 6: Trauma through the Mythological Lens --
Trauma as Descent --
Kali's Rage: The Fire of Transformation The Ravished Feminine: Medusa's Petrifying Gaze --
Yearning for Death: The Trauma of Betrayal --
Part II: The Clinical Lens --
Part II: Opening --
Chapter 7: Retrieving Soul: Echoes of the Red Book --
Dissociation and Ego-State Therapy --
Trauma Narratives: Re-creating Identity --
The Imaginal Realm --
Working with Mandalas --
Certainty Lost, Paradox Gained --
Paradox and Transformation --
Paradoxical Transference and Countertransference --
Chapter 8: Circumambulating Complementarity --
Complementary Modes of Viewing Trauma --
The Relational Dimension of Complementarity The Complementarity of Being and Doing in Trauma Therapy --
Presence and Reflection --
Mentalization --
Chapter 9: The Crucible of Transformation: The Mercurial Psyche --
From Chaos to New Order --
Transfiguration and Healing Transitions --
The Capacity for Transcendence --
Chapter 10: Transcendence, Trauma, and Sacrifice --
From Spiritual Emergency to Spiritual Emergence: Traumatic Roots and Self-Transcendence in the Red Book --
The Trauma Membrane --
The Dialectic of Victim and Victimizer --
Chapter 11: Sacrifice of the Self --
Transcending Trauma through Sacrifice of the False Self Chapter 12: The Traumatic Dimensions of Sacrifice --
The Sacrifice Motif in Myths and Fairy Tales --
The Transcendent Function: Transformation in the Relational Field --
Chapter 13: Trauma and the Body: Portal to the Source --
Body and Consciousness --
The Transformative Power of Chi and Yoga --


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"Wirtz courageously and brilliantly undertakes the most truculent question: 'wither the soul after soul-murder?'. She summarizes the literature in the field, the range of methodologies, and provides Read more...

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