• Kyoto 2016 – Anima Mundi in Transition: Cultural, Clinical & Professional Challenges

Kyoto 2016

Anima Mundi in Transition: Cultural, Clinical & Professional Challenges

Proceedings of the 19th Congress of the International Association for Analytical Psychology

Edited by Emilija Kiehl & Margaret Klenck

214 pages in printed book + 1500 pages on CD, ISBN 978-3-85630-772-1

The Congress in Kyoto, Japan, was the beginning of a new era in the life of the IAAP: for the first time in its history, this creative and stimulating triennial gathering of Jungian analysts from all over the world took place in Asia. And with it, scientific and cultural dialogue between Jungians from ‘West’ and ‘East’ enters a new dimension. As is evident in these pages, there are ever more mutually enriching developments emerging: both in theory and in clinical work, from culturally – and often, politically – different points of view.


Note from the Editors
by Emilija Kiehl and Margaret Klenck 16

by Tom Kelly 18

Opening Address
by Marianne Müller 19
by Monday, 29 August 2017

The Hua Yen Philosophy and its Implications for Modern Psychology and Science
by Shin’ichi Nakazawa 27


The Emergence of the Ecological Mind in Hua-Yen/Kegon Buddhism and Jungian Psychology
by Harald Atmanspacher 40
by Joe Cambray 42
by Tuesday, 30 August 2017

Supervising Away From Home: Clinical, Cultural and Professional Challenges
by Henry Abramovitch & Jan Wiener 53

Walking Hand in Hand: Complex in Memory; Mind in Matter
by Aurea Afonso M. Caetano & Teresa Cristina Machado 69
by Wednesday, 31 August 2016

The Dialogue between Jung and Master Hisamatsu – Agreements and Differences
by Ingrid Riedel 89

Women in Korean and Japanese Fairytales: “ChunHyang”)
by Youkyeng Lee 103

The Feminine in Korean and Japanese Fairytales: “Princess Kaguya”
by Sonoko Toyoda 110
by Thursday, 1 September

Soul in the World: Symbolic Culture as the Medium for Psyche
by Warren Colman 121

What is a Jungian Analyst Dreaming When Myth Comes to Mind?
Thirdness as an Aspect of the Anima Media Natura
by August J. Cwik 137
by Friday, 2 September

The Dao of Anima Mundi: I Ching and Jungian Analysis,
the Way and the Meaning
by Heyong Shen 161

Paranoia as a Moral Problem: Archetype and History
by Luigi Zoja 180

President’s Farewell Address
by Tom Kelly 196

President’s Farewell at the 2013 Congress in Copenhagen
by Joe Cambray 201
by Breakout Sessions

Pre-Congress Panel: Dancing Moving Images in Nature –
Focusing on Japanese Body Culture 210
by Takane Hirai 210
by Yukari Sakiyama 216
by Margarita Mendez 220

Embodied Alchemy: Transformative Fires Within
by Tina Stromsted 225
by Monday, 29 August 2017

Suicide Prevention for Depressed Women in Japan
by Rika Sato-Tanaka 236

Dissociation and Reconnection: A Woman Looking for the Soul
by Hongxia Fan 244

On Ethnopsychoanalysis
by Gert Sauer 246

Acceptance of a Partner’s Shadow: Step on the Way of Individuation
by Anahit Khananyan 262

The Dichotomy between Logos and Eros in Changing Time:
Lady Oscar and her revolution
by Mario Gulli 264

From the Body to the Word. Ars Texendi.
From Analytical Relationship to the Entanglement
by Alda Marini 272

Individuation After 70
by Karen Evers-Fahey 281

Ashes and Gold: Analytic Psychology and Old Age
by Frances M. Parks 292

How can an Individual refer to Anima Mundi?
by Doris Lier 301

Archetypal Transference/Countertransference and Dissociation
by Isabelle Meier 310

Negative Transference as Crucifixion
by Natalia Pavlikova 319

Making a Decision about the Use of Telecommunications in Distance Training: Moving Towards the Transformation of Institutional Culture
by John Gosling & Ester Haumann 325

Between Earth and Cloud: The Technology Interface in Analytic Training
by Jacinta Frawley, Sarah Gibson & Joy Norton 335

Introduction: Analytic Fields in Technological Times
by George B. Hogenson 344

Today’s Communication Technology in Jung’s Four Stages of Analytical Psychotherapy
by John Beebe 346

The Machinery Mind and the Original Heart
by Gao Lan 350

The Art of Analysis in the Age of Its Technological Reproduction
by Craig E Stephenson, 354

Connections and Disruptions
by Beverley Zabriskie 358

Placing Robbie – Twin-ship, Psychosis and Recovering the Human Embodied Dimension
by Amanda Dowd 362

Clinical Implication of Images of Island:
Based on Dreams Sand Trays and Art Work of Four Korean Women
by Jin-Sook Kim 378

Madama Butterfly – An Alchemy That Went Wrong
by Roberto Gambini 387

Absolute Interiority: Analogy of the Fairytale of Rapunzel
by Tsuyoshi Inomata 396

As Above, So Below: The Effect of World Genocide on the Anima Mundi,
A Jungian Response
by Ronnie Landau 400

Spontaneity as the Essence of Creativity: Working with Psychosomatic
and Eating Disorder Patients
by Masako Machizawa 410

Coniunctio Gastronomique – The Kitchen Gods Feast
by Susan Clements Negley 420

The Colorless Canvas: Non-representational States and Implications for Analytical Psychology
by Mark Winborn 430

Looking at a Handful of Worlds: Filmmaking as a Lived Practice
by Mary Dougherty 440

A Different Way of Being in the World – Searching for Meaning in Jungian Psychotherapy and in Films
by Chiara Tozzi 450

Introducing Fairy Tale Drama: “Mother Holle” Reanimates the World
by John Hill 458

Talking in Italics: Anima Mundi. Godot and Mother Holle Illuminate our Talk
by Josephine Evetts-Secker 465

Gaia and Psyche: Anima Mundi for the 21st Century
by Andrew Fellows 473

Ancient Symbols, New Perspectives: Anima Mundi and the Sunrise Goddesses
by Antonella Adorisio 491

Temple within the Earth, Unfolding the Layers of the Psyche
by Margarita Mendez 516

The Anima Mundi and Symbolic Images – Bridges beyond Borders and Conflicts: Working with Intercultural Groups on the Basis of the Principles Analytical Psychology
by Wilma Scategni 526

The Foreigner: Modern Faces of an Archetype
by Joanne Wieland-Burston 535

Psychosis as a Means to Individuation – A case of severe psychosis healed through working with dreams, active imagination and transference
by Ole Vedfelt 548

Catching up with the Soul’s Transition within the Context of Analytical Training
by Andrés Ocazionez 557

Phenomenology, DSM, CBT and the World Soul Disconnect
by Miriam Gomes de Freitas 568

Rhythm in the Co-transferential Processes
by Patrizia Peresso 577

Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin of the Rocks as an image of Anima Mundi
by Giovanni Gaglione 585

Jung Across Borders – A Western Analyst in Asia
by Liza J. Ravitz 596

Sandplay’s Other Face, Hakoniwa
by Sachiko Taki-Reece 606
by Tuesday, 30 August 2017

Saint Francis and Myoe – About the Self in Christian and Japanese Buddhist Mysticism
by Joerg Rasche 618

Creatio continua, creatio perpetua, Anima mundi: C. G. Jung, T. Izutsu
by Antonio Vitolo 625

Recollection and Coping with Transcultural Trauma: Analysis of a dream about a corpse and the Hiroshima-Auschwitz Peace March
by Gadi Maoz 633

The effect of Sandplay Therapy on Children with symptoms of trauma linked to abuse, neglect and abandonment
by Reinalda Melo da Matta & Denise Gimenez Ramos 642

The Man, the Anima and the Sleeping Beauty
by Viviane Thibaudier 657

Patriarchy in Mutation: Archetypal Dreams and Clinical Approaches
by Marie-Laure Colonna 663

Vegetal Kingdom in Women’s Images of the Self
by A. Del Lungo Minguell, M. Luciani, F. Di Stefano & E. Tisi 669

Soul Making and Sacrifice of Athletes from the Jungian Point of View
by Naoya Sakanaka & Tadashi Maeda 675

The Symbolic Maternal Archetype in Gender Violence
by Caterina Arcidiacono 688

The Bull has Thrown the Rider – Early Relational Trauma and Borderline States of Mind
by Marcus West 697

Earth and Humanity in Crisis Opportunity for Evolution – Danger of Mass Destruction Anima Mundi in Transition
by Jean Shinoda Bolen 704

The Phenomenon of Prophetic Dreams as a Manifestation of Synchronicity
by Nikita Chetverikov 710

Cultural Cross-overs: Local Contexts, Universal Dreams
by Begum Maitra 719

Trump and the American Selfie: Archetypal Defenses of the Group Spirit
by Thomas Singer 727

Expression of the Anima Mundi in Setsuko Mitsuhashi’s Japanese-style Paintings: An Encounter and Reconciliation in the Face of her Terminal Illness and Short Life
by Mika Irino 748

On Inner Deadness and Creativity
by Angelica Löwe 761

Anima Mundi: The Epidemic of Collective Trauma
by Eberhard Riedel 772

More to Come: Clinical Studies of Analytical Process with Older Analysands
by Harry Wells Fogarty 790

“Mottainai”: A Japanese Sense of Anima Mundi
by Yuriko Sato 805

Dreams of Pregnant Women in Hong Kong
by Teresa Chan 813

C.G. Jung, Disindividuation, Media:
Effects of Communication Technology on the Human Psyche
by Royce Froehlich 822

Coming to terms with Complexity
by Arne Vestergaard 834

‘Brief and In-Depth’ – Analytical Psychology in the 21st Century
by Jill Fischer 843

Dealing with Evil in East Asian Fairytales
by Bou-Yong Rhi 852

‘I Don’t Have Time for My Child’: Mothers with Low Reflective Function, a Narrative Analysis
by Asta Zbarauskaite Adler 861

Jung’s Murder of the Warrior-Hero and the Mystery of the Self-Sacrifice of the People in the Red Book
by Günter Langwieler 869

Meeting of Jung and Izdubar
by Martin Skála 877

Anima Mundi in Transition expressed through Sandplay Therapy – Collaboration between Neuroscience and Analytical Psychology
by Kazuyuki Hirao et al. 893

From “Protosymbols” to “Anima Mundi”: Clinical Experience of a Group in a Hospital Psychiatric Department
by Rosario Puglisi 906

Couple Games and Sand Play – A Jungian Perspective for Couples
by Fulvia De Benedittis, Sandrina Fersurella & Silvia Presciuttini 914

Transgenderism and Transformation:
An Attempt at a Jungian Understanding
by Michael A. Marsman 926

Giving Voice to the Silence of the Feminine
by Noelia Vazquez 935

Women Spirituality: Recovering Women Medieval Mysticism
by Caterina Vezzoli 944

Anima Mundi: Meaningful Interconnections through Imagination, Empathy and Sandplay
by Audrey Punnett & Margaret Baron 952

The Anima’s Mute Tales. Clay Handling as a Way to Imagination in Analysis
by Carlo Melodia 961

The Western World as Salmacis Fountain
by Shmuel Bernstein 969

The Bird as a messenger of Anima Mundi.
by Gunilla Midbøe 977
by Thursday, 1 September 2017

The Cultural Skin in China: The Impact of Culture upon Development and Clinical Practice
by Brian Feldman 990

The Integration of the Shadow Symbolized in Ten Ox-Herding Pictures – A Spark of ‘Anima Mundi’ in the Process of Analytical Work
by Kinko Sayama 1003

Herding an Ox: The Way of Individuation
by Warren W. Sibilla 1012

Birth Trauma, Synchronicity and the Anima Mundi: A Case Presentation
by John Merchant 1022

The Path of Individuation in Shingon Buddhism
by Michael Monhart 1031

The Heart of the World: How can the wisdom of a small muscular pump bring peace to Jerusalem?
by Yoram Inspector 1039

Pi’s Shadow and Transformation. Analysis of a film
by Ji Yuanjie 1046

Interpretation of the Last Heroine: Ukifune from the Tale of Genji
by Michiko Masukura 1051

The Anima Mundi Emerging in a Contemporaneous Artwork
by Maria Anna Bernasconi 1058

Synchronicity and the Analytic Field:
The Therapeutic Value of “Connecting” with Universal Order
by Massimiliano Scarpelli 1066

From Anima Mundi to Modern Science: A Long Way
by Joselyne- Jeanne Ghedighian Courier 1076

What the Red Book does not say: On the Emptiness of Mind
by Giuseppe M. Vadalà 1085

The Emergence of a New Consciousness:
Using the Myth of Nezha to Explore the Archetypal Energy of Taiwan
by Shiuya Sara Liuh 1096

From Subjectivity to Psychological Interiority
by John Hoedl 1104

Theory and Practice as Head and Tail of the Mercurial Serpent
by Michael W. Whan 1107

Feeling in ‘Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority’
by Pamela J Power 1110

Reflections on Interiority
by Ann Casement 1113

Absolute Interiority: Analogy of the Fairytale of Rapunzel
by Tsuyoshi Inomata 1116

Distressed Zen Buddhist Priest: The Healing Power of Dreams
by Michael Escamilla & David Rosen 1120

Nightmares of Children – Images of the World’s Interconnectedness
by S. Robert Moradi 1126

A Jungian Approach to Healing Trauma Through Dreams
by Marion Rauscher Gallbach 1133

Daijo-sai, the Enthronement Ritual in Japan
by Masamichi Adachi 1135

Furies or Eumenides?
by Pasqualino Ancona 1143

Revisiting the Well at the Dawn of Life
by Nancy Swift Furlotti 1151

A Journey to the End of the Earth
by Concha Pazo Ferreiro 1159

‘Anima Mundi’ Splitted?
Individuation versus Atmanization; Jung’s Dialogue with the East revisited
by Noa Schwartz-Feuerstein 1166

Anima Mundi in the Iconographic Symbolism of the Book of Kells as Seen Through the Prism of Jung’s Red Book
by Donna Cozort 1176

Narcissism, Aging, Anima Mundi – Paradox and Necessity
by Susan E. Schwartz 1190

Mundus Imaginalis: Bridging Body and Spirit
by D. Steven Nouriani 1199

Improvising Presence in the Analytic Space
by Jane Bacon 1207

The Philemon Foundation Panel 1218
by Judith Harris 1218
by Michael Marsman 1219
by John Beebe 1221
by Craig E. Stephenson 1223
by Caterina Vezzoli 1226
by Beverley Zabriskie 1229

The Understanding and Psychotherapy of Schizophrenia from the Perspective of Analytical Psychology, Buddhism, and Bushido
by Tadashi Maeda 1233

A Woman’s Journey to Find the Meaning of Longingness
by Mikyung Jang 1242

The Process of Individuation and the Ten Bulls of Zen. A Possible Parallel
by Alejandro Igor Oyarzun, Daniel Igor Mendez & Sophia Igor Mendez 1259

Active Deep Writing
by Marta Tibaldi 1269

The Nature of Process
by Ann Addison 1278

Shatter, Emptiness & Divine Indwelling Presence:
Beyond the ‘essentialism’ of Plato’s Anima Mundi
by Kenneth Kimmel 1289

Don’t Beat the Donkey: Embodied Memories and Tortured Souls
by Nickie Amerius-Sargeant 1300

Alchemy: Body & Soul in Transition
by Tina Stromsted 1315

The Psychoid, Soul, and Psyche: Piercing Space-Time Barriers
by Ann Belford Ulanov 1324

Between Earth and Cloud: The Technology Interface in Analytic Training
by Jacinta Frawley, Sarah Gibson & Joy Norton 1337
by Friday, 2 September 2017

by Thomas Singer 1347

Revisiting the Visions of Christiana Morgan
by Ilona Melker 1372

A Case of Flooding in Sandplay: The Ethiopian from the Splendor Solis Comes to Life.
by Cynthia Lira 1381

Jung’s 1945 Lecture on Gérard de Nerval’s visions of Aurélia as Anima Mundi
by Craig E. Stephenson 1392

Posthumanism and Engagement: A New Challenge for Analytical Psychology
by Davide Favero 1401

Seeing Writing on the Wall – Art of Banksy and the Spirit of the Times
by Sylvester Wojtkowski 1410

The Human Soul – Lost in Transition at the Dawn of a New Era
by Erel Shalit 1419

Emotional Entanglements and the Coniunctio
by Pamela J. Power 1428

The Brain Hemispheres and the Importance of Being with Affect in Analysis
by Hans van den Hooff 1436

Anima Mundi and the Archetype of Number
– Towards a Revolution in Consciousness
by Laura J. Lewis Thayer 1445

Psyche’s Vital Presence in Response to the Spirit of These Times
by Willow Young 1454

Watching the Chaotic Mirror
by Tia Kuchmy 1463

Countertransference in Zen Buddhism and Mirror Symbolism
by Tsukasa Ikegami 1473

Research and Evaluation Working Group
Evaluation of the IAAP Router Training Programme: Findings and Recommendations
by John Merchant 1486

Alphabetical List of Authors 1513


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