Invisible Partners

Invisible Partners John A. Sanford
  • Title: Invisible Partners
  • Author: John A. Sanford
  • ISBN: 9780809122776
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Invisible Partners John A. Sanford Invisible Partners Highly recommendeda valuable interpretation of our inner life Unitarian Universalist AssociationThis book demonstrates how the inner part of a man and the masculine part of a woman are invisible partn
    Highly recommendeda valuable interpretation of our inner life Unitarian Universalist AssociationThis book demonstrates how the inner part of a man and the masculine part of a woman are invisible partners in any male female relationship It was written for people where who want to understand themselves and their relationships better.
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    2. Another book on the anima and the animus practical than Emma Jung s Anima and Animus and definitely straightforward than Robert Johnson s We Understanding the Psychology of Romantic Love For me, best part is the section on Active Imagination definitely worth reading and a must for everyone seeking spiritual and psychological maturity through what Jung once called The Marriage Quaterino.In brief, the anima can be seen in a man whenever he sulks in a mood and projects its cause onto objects and [...]

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    3. The invisible partners how the male and female in each of us affects our relationships, John A Sanford 1385 191 9647858671 20

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    4. This book is not for everyone as it does not fit neatly into conventional categories It is about Male Female psychology, but not in the Mars Venus sense but rather from a spiritual archetypal Jungian perspective We each of us carry both Male and Female psychic energies archetypes within us but the ego tends to identify with just one, either male or female Jung called the Feminine archetype in men the Anima and the Masculine archetype in women the Animus.Because the soul longs for wholeness, ther [...]

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    5. A few things to say about his book I had been exploring the concept of what maleness is in our society and the role of our inner femininity Through conversation on this topic I became aware of Jung s idea of the anima and the animus In the course of my research into the anima animus on I found a link to this book and purchased it This is a book that I hesitate to recommend to people because of the range of ideas presented His ideas on the GLBTIQ community I do not agree with However, the section [...]

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    6. I ve been utterly fascinated by the anima animus concept since I first read Jung s work Unfortunately, Jung explored the anima way than the animus probably because he was male and chose to write what he knew I picked this book up thinking it might expand on the matter, but the tone really bugged me There s too much emphasis on Christian values nothing wrong with that, necessarily, but no room for anyone who might have different beliefs and traditional gender roles again, nothing wrong with that [...]

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    7. Gives an interesting insight into the human psyche and subconcious, and also human sexuality and the sanctity of marriage Sanford is a Jungian analyst as well as an Episcopalian priest, and he was also a counsellor This book may not come as easy reading to anyone who isn t open minded about Jung s findings and analyses, but anyone interested in psychology and human relationships would find this book interesting I particularly found it interesting how Greek mythology gods goddesses demons are an [...]

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    8. Interesting book, but some concepts might be difficult to grasp if you do not have a psychology background

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    9. AHHHH i feel like this is a book everyone should read, i even feel like it should be infused in our school curriculums loved it even though it was a slow read because the subject is a bit heavy nevertheless great read

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    10. This was a good read It s an interesting explanation of male and female psychology but particularly male through the lens of Jungian psychology It covers many topics from psychology to relationships to sexuality and although written than 10 years ago is a really helpful guide to understanding male psychology The Jungian idea of each sex having both male and female psychological archetypes is an important insight.

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    11. This is a book that one of my life mentors lent me Ms Paula It s a jungian psychology book not by Jung but based on Jungian theory about the male and female inside of each of us and how it effects our relationships I ve recently gone back to it to analyze some personal relationship issues that keep nagging at me I find it relevant as I go back to it for kernals of insight.

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    12. I read this on a recommendation from an English professor that reads it annually He said it helps him understand his subconscious in relationships While I certainly gained some insight on my relationships past and present, this is a better read for you psychology folks out there My eyes glazed over than once I needed the dumbed down abbreviated version.

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    13. Interesting explanation of why and how we fall in love especially outside of current relationship and the difference between ordinary relationship and the magical

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    14. Dated but critical read for those looking to understand Jungian psychology and the anima animus problem.

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    15. J recommended I read this book and I found it quite fascinating It is an interesting look at the male and female parts of each one of us and how this comes out in relationships.

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    16. Clear, well written, not too much vocabulary that would be unfamiliar to the non medicals Interesting and definitely helpful to observe one s own patterns.

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