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Jerusalem Poems
Psychological Analysis of the Poetry of Ilana Haley

Overview


A Psychological expedition into the heart of a poet born into one of the earliest kibbutz in Israel. Both the life of this poet and the life of the early pioneers that built the State of Israel, and by extension, the Jewish people as a whole, are explored in this work with the instruments of Depth Psychology, revealing the insight the unconscious mind brings to the conflicts and hopes our life consists of.
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Description


Each of our lives, like each human society, has a political/ego-driven perception of our life and its issues, and an unconsciously whispered version of our life. It is the unconscious mind's version of our life that holds all of the insight we need in order to effectively and fully come to terms with our hopes and our fears, our conflicts and our passions. This book delivers to the reader the unconscious mind's version of a human life. And this particular life, Ilana Haley the poet, is strangely representative of our species as a whole, in our idealistic beginnings, our early traumas, our adventurous youth, our passionate adulthood, our slowly emerging hope of a psychological/spiritual metamorphosis, and the longed for resolution of our seemingly un-solvable conflicts. With this psychological landscape so fully drawn by both the poetry of a gifted poet, Ilana Haley, and the analysis of John Brusseau, the reader is gifted with insightful access to the landscape of their own life. This is a book that is at once both intellectually clear-sighted and spiritually vibrant.
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About the author


Learned to do Jungian Dream work when I was a teen. Have done extensive dream work with many people for over three decades as a counselor in a religious community setting. Have developed the Conductive Reasoning Approach to Psychological therapy, which essentially takes the cues emerging from the unconscious mind for the direction and nature of the therapeutic work that will be done.
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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:Jewish

Language:English

Pages:118

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543922172


Overview


A Psychological expedition into the heart of a poet born into one of the earliest kibbutz in Israel. Both the life of this poet and the life of the early pioneers that built the State of Israel, and by extension, the Jewish people as a whole, are explored in this work with the instruments of Depth Psychology, revealing the insight the unconscious mind brings to the conflicts and hopes our life consists of.

Read more

Description


Each of our lives, like each human society, has a political/ego-driven perception of our life and its issues, and an unconsciously whispered version of our life. It is the unconscious mind's version of our life that holds all of the insight we need in order to effectively and fully come to terms with our hopes and our fears, our conflicts and our passions. This book delivers to the reader the unconscious mind's version of a human life. And this particular life, Ilana Haley the poet, is strangely representative of our species as a whole, in our idealistic beginnings, our early traumas, our adventurous youth, our passionate adulthood, our slowly emerging hope of a psychological/spiritual metamorphosis, and the longed for resolution of our seemingly un-solvable conflicts. With this psychological landscape so fully drawn by both the poetry of a gifted poet, Ilana Haley, and the analysis of John Brusseau, the reader is gifted with insightful access to the landscape of their own life. This is a book that is at once both intellectually clear-sighted and spiritually vibrant.

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About the author


Learned to do Jungian Dream work when I was a teen. Have done extensive dream work with many people for over three decades as a counselor in a religious community setting. Have developed the Conductive Reasoning Approach to Psychological therapy, which essentially takes the cues emerging from the unconscious mind for the direction and nature of the therapeutic work that will be done.
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