ISBN 0-919123-03-1. 18 illustrations. Index. 144 pp. 1980. $25.00
Eye-opening insights into the body as mirror of the psyche in eating disorders and weight disturbances. Case studies and practical procedures emphasize the integration of body and soul.
ISBN 0-919123-10-4. Index. 144 pp. 1982. $25.00
Compares medical and psychological models, and examines the success of Alcoholics Anonymous in terms of archetypal patterns represented by the Greek gods Apollo, Dionysus, Athene and Asclepius (the wounded healer).
ISBN 0-919123-11-2. 22 illustrations. Index. 208 pp. 1982. $30.00
Deluxe hardcover edition: ISBN 0-919123-40-6. $35
“This book is about taking the head off an evil witch.” A powerful
study of the nature of the feminine in food rituals, dreams, mythology,
body work, Christianity, sexuality, creativity and relationships.
ISBN 0-919123-15-5. Index. 128 pp. 1984. OUT OF PRINT
A moving account of a woman’s Jungian analysis, interweaving her personal experience with social, biological, emotional and psychological factors. Reveals later life as a time of self-discovery and potential rebirth.
ISBN 0-919123-29-5. Index. 128 pp. 1987. $25.00
Focus on Eros, relatedness and the healing power of touch, with an overview of pioneering body therapies, dance symbolism, transference, dream interpretation and the controversial issue of gratification in therapy.
ISBN 0-919123-49-X. Index. 112 pp. 1991. OUT OF PRINT
A feeling-intuitive approach to physical illness, vividly illustrating the symbolic attitude and active imagination with the body. The author was 76 when he died of cancer in 1990. Refreshingly candid and straight from the heart, Body and Soul reflects a life well and truly lived in relation to the Self.
ISBN 0-919123-75-9. Illustrated. Index. 128 pp. 1996. $25.00
References in dreams to particular foods can often be tracked to powerful individual and collective associations, deeply ingrained in culture. Here are psychological insights on nourishment and eating as expressed in dreams, myths and language.
ISBN 0-919123-95-3. 30 illustrations. Index. 160 pp. 2001. $25.00
An in-depth study of the parallels between yoga practices and Jungian analysis, and the implications of both for spiritual and psychological growth. An eminently practical approach that on the one hand illuminates Jung’s ideas as they may be experienced through bodywork, and on the other offers a new psychological perspective to practitioners of bodywork.