Active Imagination

Active Imagination: An Introduction

With speaker Murray Stein

Recorded Friday 17 July 2020

Active imagination is one of the pillars of Jungian psychoanalysis. Along with the developmental concept of individuation, the activation of transference in the therapeutic relationship, and the interpretation of dreams, active imagination is a key component that constitutes the essence of Jungian clinical work. Paradoxically, however, active imagination has been neglected as a method by many Jungian psychoanalysts since Jung’s death in 1961.

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What is Active Imagination?
Q&A
When to Use Active Imagination in a Clinical Setting
Q&A
Pauli’s The Piano Lesson
Q&A
Zen Meditation and Active Imagination
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