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Guru, Psychotherapist and Self: A Comparative Study of the Guru-Disciple Relationship and the Jungian Analytic Process

By: Peter P. Coukoulis

$15.00

The author presents a comparative study of the Guru/disciple relationship and the Jungian analytic process. In Guru, Psychotherapist and Self, he explores the guru/disciple relationship in Tantric tradition, Hindu and Tibetan tradition as well as discussing Eastern and Jungian views regarding self-realization, and the therapeutic relationship.

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The author presents a comparative study of the Guru/disciple relationship and the Jungian analytic process. In Guru, Psychotherapist and Self, he explores the guru/disciple relationship in Tantric tradition, Hindu and Tibetan tradition as well as discussing Eastern and Jungian views regarding self-realization, and the therapeutic relationship.

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Publisher:Devorss & Co
Binding:Hardcover
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Peter P. Coukoulis received his Ph.D degree from the California Institute of Asian Studies, and is a graduate and member of the C.G. Jun Institute of Los Angeles. He spent a year in India studying Eastern psychology and spiritual disciplines in reference to implications for Western psychology. He is currently in private practice as a psychologist and Jungian Analyst in Garden Grove, CA, and teaches Jungian psychology at the Continuing Education Program of California State University, Fullerton.
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.75 x 9 inches
Pages:120
Publication Date:January 1, 1977