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Richard Chachere
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Jungian Reflections (Jungian Reflections on Literary and Film Classics). Published June 2003 by cypremort point press.

Jungian Reflections (Jungian Reflections on Literary and Film Classics). JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY is called depth psychology, and it is called that because it is about the depths, about what is below the surface of things.

American Beauty penetrates into areas of those very personal thoughts and feelings that normally remain hidden

American Beauty penetrates into areas of those very personal thoughts and feelings that normally remain hidden. Richard Chachere has done a masterful job of bringing to the surface both the darkest machinations and extravagant wishes in each individual which in turn becomes a very healing process.

American Beauty book. by. Richard Chachere. American Beauty: Jungian Reflections (Jungian Reflections on Literary and Film Classics). 0974048208 (ISBN13: 9780974048208). American Beauty penetrates into areas of those very personal thoughts and feelings that normally remain hidden. Richard Chachere has done a masterful job of bringing to the surface both the darkest machinations and extravagant wishes in each individual.

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American beauty: jungian reflections on literary and film classics: opus I. Jun 2003. Death in Classic and Contemporary Film: Fade to Black. by Daniel Sullivan and Jeff Greenberg. by Chachere, Richard.

Literary Reflections (1993) was written by American author James A. Michener. A compilation of previously published materials with updates and an Introduction written by Mr. Michener in 1993. A discussion of Mr. Michener's college years and some acquaintances and works that still influenced him later in his life and career. Originally published by A. Grove Day of White Knight Press in 1983.

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Marion C. Hoppin Library of Jungian Psychology: Book List by Author. on Literary and Film Classics: Opus 1 Legends of the Fall: Jungian Reflections on Literary and Film Classics: Opus 2 Alexandrian Christianity. Marion C. Author Chagall, Marc Chagall, Marc & Bella Charles, L. M. H. Charon, Jean Chase, George et al.

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В этом разделе вы можете найти различные книги: художественную литературу и беллетристику на иностранных языках, пособия и методички, учебную и справочную литературу по изучающему языку. К вашему вниманию художественная литература на немецком и английском языке. Словари и энциклопедии. А понравившиеся издания вы можете заказать с доставкой.

The Blind Watchmaker. London: Penguin Books, 1986. New York: Penguin Classics, 1950. Solms, Mark and Oliver Turnbull. The Brain and the Inner World.

Jungian Ref lections on Literary and Film Classics, Opus 2: Legends of the Fall. Lafayette, LA: Cypremort Point Press, 2004. Chadwick, Douglas H. The Fate of the Elephant. The Blind Watchmaker.

"American Beauty penetrates into areas of those very personal thoughts and feelings that normally remain hidden. Richard Chachere has done a masterful job of bringing to the surface both the darkest machinations and extravagant wishes in each individual. And, fortunately this is accomplished in such a manner that allows one to recognize these qualities in oneself and to actually do something about it...which in turn becomes a very healing process." - - George Wagner, Executive Producer of Matter of Heart & Former President of the Los Angeles Jung Institute
  • If you found the film American Beauty provocative--whether you loved it or hated it, or left the theater just wondering what it was all about--I encourage you to read this wonderful little book. I have found the material remarkable, challenging, and enduring. Mr. Chachere offers the reader a clear reflective mirror and a delectable menu of insights with which to view the film anew and to explore what it might have to say to us about ourselves and our relationships. This is Jung brought home. Based on a series of lectures given to a live audience, the book is both timely and timeless in its wisdom and easy to read in its simplicity and warmth. Jungian concepts are brought down to earth,and well-illustrated with art and example. Most accurately, Chachere's reflections can serve as a doorway worth exploring, a doorway to saner and more human living and loving.

  • Richard Chachere's Jungian Reflections on the film, American Beauty, is the deeply personal conversation you never had with your best friend or your mentor about certain universally-shared fears and fantasies you mistakenly believe are yours alone. It is a touchstone of familiar and provocative images from film, literature and the arts that symbolize the dysfunction in our relationships. It is about looking hard at one's own complexes. In the end, and perhaps most importantly, it is about the truly beautiful in life and about the heroic but often undeveloped quality of the human psyche. A must read for anyone at work (and at play) in the psychic garden of perfect roses and painful thorns.

  • this is that rare book in jungian circles, and realy clear explanation and working out of a way of looking at at film that is not only very interesting but gives the reader much nourishing food for thought. his explanations of the negative side of our personalities, the self limiting voices in our heads is realy so clear and elucidating. highly recomended.

  • Whether you loved(or hated)the film, American Beauty, or simply left the theater wondering what it was all about, I encourage you to read this book. Based on a series of lectures, this small book is easy to read and full of insight and wisdom, gleaned from his many years of experience as a therapist, and devoted to the work of C.G. Jung. Richard Chachere is wonderfully warm and down to earth in his presentation, and the images of the film resonate vibrantly anew with Chachere's interpretation.

  • This book resonated with the search I had started for what lies deep inside me, with the search to be whole, to be honest. It gave a wonderful analysis of what goes on in our lives below the surface. It also introduced Jungian concepts in a way that made sense; it gave me the language I needed to express what I had been doing, and to understand why this search was so important.