It is important to also use the intuitive, spiritual part of our psyche in everyday life.
Manzanola, Colo. (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Theresa Bauer and Elizabeth Cox introduce readers to the philosophy of Jungian archetypal psychology, developed by Dr. Charles Bebeau of the Avalon Jungian Archetypal Institute, in their informative new book, “Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy: (We Promise)” (published by AuthorHouse).
Using the work of Carl Jung as his basis, Bebeau’s theory uses 12 archetypes to show an individual’s maturation process. These archetypes, illustrated in the book, are: warrior, artist, communicator, nourishing mother, golden child, soul mother, lover, dark mother, teacher, elder leader, idealist and mystic. According to the authors, looking at things through an archetypal lens results in a better, deeper understanding of oneself and the world.
“We have become so mechanized that inner knowledge and intuition have become less important,” the authors write. “It is important to also use the intuitive, spiritual part of our psyche in everyday life.”
“Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy”
By Theresa Bauer, LPC, LAC and Elizabeth Cox M.A.
Softcover | 8.25 x 11 in | 104 pages | ISBN 9781418430092
E-Book | ISBN 9781418465223
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Authors
Theresa Bauer has a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has worked for 23 years in the mental health field. A Jungian archetypal therapist, she received certification from Avalon Jungian Archetypal Institute in Boulder, Colo.
Elizabeth Cox also attended Avalon Jungian Archetypal Institute and received her certification as a Jungian archetypal therapist. She is a teacher and therapist working with families, adolescents and substance abuse clients. She has three grown children.
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