The spring thunder and after: A survey of the Maoist and by Asish Kumar Roy

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When a friend of Progoff’s went to see Jung to hear his comments on the thesis, one can see from the comments Jung made that Progoff got it right when he summarises Jung as saying that ‘the individual in society may be understood as a piece of the archetype, a piece that has been differentiated out of the collective representation’ (1978, p. 211). , is shuffled off by the individual and delegated to a corporate body’ (Jung 1957, par. 503). Unfortunately, there is more than Jung’s ‘odd sociology’ to hold back the evolving of links between his ideas and a progressive, humane politics.

When we visited in July, four months after the disaster, we had many reports from school counselors that children begin to talk about their nightmares. I am not of the opinion that psychotherapists should focus on and ‘work out’ technically these nightmares and trauma experiences in such cases. How, then, can we understand such nightmares and their timing? In the case of therapy with schizophrenic patients, it is reported that they begin to have dreams related to their delusions and hallucinations when the condition is a little stable.

Although the conventional model of psychotherapy is still widely used, this new type of psychotherapy may bring about a fundamental change in the idea of psychotherapy. Analytical psychology is not an exception in this trend. There is no statistical data available for what percentage of Jungian analysts work outside of their own private practices. However, analytical psychology’s involvement with various kinds of trauma work and activity after the earthquake in China (Shen & Lan 2012) seems to prove its engagement with new needs and working models for psychotherapy.

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