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Hubback, J. (1998). The dynamic self. J. Anal. Psychol., 43(2):277-285.

(1998). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 43(2):277-285

The dynamic self

Judith Hubback, M.A.

The paper describes various aspects of the dynamic energy of the self, as experienced personally and in clinical work. It discusses the inherent and archetypal force there is in the self, expressed in several ways, for example in some poetry, and in spirituality. The dynamic power of the self is shown at work in the process of individuation, including its vicissitudes of pain and working through doubts, envies and other shadow factors.

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