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Robert A. Johnson on jungian analysis

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Slender Threads: A Conversation with Jungian Analyst and Author Robert A. Johnson

This is a video recording of an interview with Robert A. Johnson, conducted by J. Pittman McGehee in San Diego in 2002.

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Owning Your Own Shadow: Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche

We all have shadows—the unlit part of our ego that is hidden and never goes away, but merely—and often painfully—turns up in unexpected places.

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Inner Work: Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth

From Robert A. Johnson, the bestselling author of Transformation, Owning Your Own Shadow, and the groundbreaking works He, She, and We, comes a practical four-step approach to using dreams and the imagination for a journey of inner transformation.

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Living Your Unlived Life: Coping with Unrealized Dreams and Fulfilling Your Purpose in the Second Half of Life

In Living Your Unlived Life, the renowned therapist Robert A. Johnson, writing with longtime collaborator and fellow Jungian psychologist Jerry M.

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Dr. Robert Johnson—the Mother Complex

Dr. Robert Johnson discusses the Mother Complex that is in most western males in his film In Search of the Holy Grail.

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Robert a Johnson Your Shadow Part 2

This is a tribute to Robert A. Johnson. Johnson states, "Generally, the ordinary, mundane characteristics are the norm. Anything less than this goes into the shadow.

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Inner Gold: Understanding Psychological Projection

Robert A. Johnson, bestselling author of He, She, We, and other psychology classics, shares a lifetime of insights and experiences in this easy-to-read explanation of psychological projection — seeing traits in others that are, in fact, our own.

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