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Paulist Press. Garland Publishing Inc. You see, the archetype is a force. Actions Shares. Is the text a true phenomenology of religious and psychological experience—a rational look at subjective happenings—from which a theory of psychology was developed? Halligan, F. Paperback Author:
Recognizing and incorporating the shadow, that dark side of ourselves and of God that we do not like to own, is a priority in Jungian psychology. The result is a tension of opposites that helps to keep us in balance by making it difficult for the shadow to erupt from unconsciousness and upset our journeys. I am reminded of this need to incorporate the shadow as I listen to debates about homosexuality in my own denomination and as I practice and encourage the use of brief approaches to pastoral counseling.
When we are not aware of what lies in the shadow, we can find our progress impeded for no obvious reason. Jung calls the church and its members to incorporate the hidden and upsetting aspects of their beings.
Jung calls us to be open to God in unexpected ways. It presents meaningful challenges to theological thinkers. It is also an im- portant, though limited, model for pastoral psychology and pastoral theology as they seek to reshape themselves for service in a postmodern, post-Christian world.
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