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by Robert Lloyd

eBook The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation epub
  • ISBN: 1425746519
  • Author: Robert Lloyd
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Xlibris (March 26, 2007)
  • Pages: 264 pages
  • ePUB size: 1640 kb
  • FB2 size 1802 kb
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Start by marking The Knowledge That Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic . Dr. Lloyd explores the esoteric side of Carl Jung and reveals the connections between Jung's pivotal theory of individuation, .

Start by marking The Knowledge That Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. the journey to wholeness, and the powerful, visionary myths told by the pioneers of the psyche, the Gnostics. He details what happens to a person who is on the road to wholeness, how the person will change, and how a new divine-human identity will be born into the world as a result of undertaking this transformational odyssey.

This ― Robert Lloyd, The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's . When a person accepts the call of individuation to grow in self-knowledge, his or her ego is pregnant with the desire for gnosis.

This ― Robert Lloyd, The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation. It is as if that person’s ego is the womb for the conception, gestation, and birth of the Self. In ― Robert Lloyd, The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness: Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation. We cut ourselves off from our own roots, the roots of our being, and the very laws of our human nature.

Gnostic Myths Behind Jung's Theory of Individuation. Lloyd explores the esoteric side of Carl Jung and reveals the connections between Jungs pivotal theory of individuation, .

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This guide explores Carl Jung's individuation process, showing how Jungian psychology highlights a path to achieving wholeness. A Closer Look at Carl Jung’s Individuation Process: A Map for Psychic Wholeness. Overview : This guide explores the individuation process as described by Carl Jung and Jungian psychology. Sigmund Freud was a pioneer in the field of psychology. He named his new field psycho analysis, as in the study of psychotic and mentally ill patients.

Robert Lloyd (born 5 June 1959) is the lead singer with The Nightingales and formerly with The Prefects. When The Nightingales split in 1986, Lloyd embarked on a solo career, initially signing to In-Tape before signing to Virgin Records in 1989 and releasing the album Me and My Mouth.

Jung's Dynamic Model

Jung's Dynamic Model. 2 principles of psychodynamics: -principle of equivalence - energy is conserved - libido withdrawn from one system flows into another -principle of entropy - psychic energy seeks a balance, flows to system that needs it. psychological types. neurosis is to call us into individuation, calls us to wholeness -neurosis unbalances ourselves -psycholotical symptoms should be understood and integrated -believes we suffer when we under/over value some things. stages of therapy - Jung.

The Knowledge that Leads to Wholeness is the first book to specifically illustrate how the major Gnostic myths underlie Jung's theory of individuation. It is a compelling and in-depth examination of a life-changing journey that begins with the author disc
Comments: (5)
Bodwyn
First of all, i loved M. Brontsema's review back in 2012; it made me laugh! Yes, there is the potential in this fine book for reading a page or two and wondering WTF? But for the seeker who is ripe with myth and generous use of their imagination, Lloyd's experiences and insights as they relate to Jung and Gnostic myths, help to open genuine doors offering spiritual transformation. What i would call "the real deal."

i would not recommend this book for one's nascent exploration into spirituality- although should one 'feel' resonance in its direction, then of course it may be one's timing regardless. To share from my own experience, i am (without fanfare) completely focused on 'inner'-spiritual discovery which i believe is a prerequisite in terms of receiving teachings and wisdoms clearly available in this volume.

To the spiritualist who senses this commentator as their brother, this was a book i read slowly, and put down many times to breathe and allow its hidden tutelage to engage my inner-corridors. Robert is a mental-muscled shrink who has had a gate opened into sentience- and for a smart dude, he has richly blended this often divergent consciousness of thinking and feelings into an enlivening dance.

i am not a Gnostic- nor do i hold personal identity or title in this dreamscape- even though outsiders call me what they must. And yet Robert's experiences helped to give voice and affirmation to the pain in enduring Silence. For this i am grateful to the One who enfolds us. Blessings.
WinDImmortaL
It was okay. Didn't finish it.
Bys
If you enjoy looking at the meaning of symbols, archetypes, and myth, you will enjoy this book. Lloyd's narrator takes us into his own personal transformation, thus demonstrating how the reader might also experience greater wholeness. He uses his own style of 'magic realism' by using the beloved dog, Gold, to increase his narrator's appetite for growth, and by having the narrator meet Carl Jung himself just when he needs him most to cast light on the challenges and confusion he is experiencing as he seeks inner growth and wholeness.

By weaving into his story explanations of ancient symbols of alchemy and gnosticism, he provides a rich fabric for the reader to visualize what inner wholeness is and how the search for that wholeness has led to discovery in all ages. The book challenged me to allow my imagination to flourish and lead me to greater wholeness.
Vishura
This has to be one of the few books on gnosticism that I have read to be a painstaking and convoluted mess. Llyod's over-educated and wooden interpretation of Jung's palatable ideas on the principles of gnosticism get turned into a complex train wreck. I think by adding a dog to the story Lloyd thought readers would relate more easily to his message (woof-woof). If you like rereading a book, page after page and wondering what you just read - this is the book for you. Both Elaine Pagel and Stephan Hoeller's books on gnosticism at least sing to my soul. Pagel and Hoeller's interpretations of the Pearl, Sophia and the ancient Gospels have a better chance of opening a gate to enlightenment, where Lloyd's will bring you back to that first high school class you took on Algebra, where you kept looking out the window, hoping for redemption.
black coffe
Dr. Lloyd has written a spiritual odyssey of discovery into the gnostic myths behind Jung's theory of individuation. His use of analogy and parodies are creatively brilliant, not to mention a writing style that will appeal to the general public as well as those with an academic and/or spiritual background.

John E. Smethers, PhD
Author of Scumbag Sewer Rats
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