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Groesbeck, C.J. (2007). Capriles, Axel. M. (Ed.), With the editorial counsel of Rafael Lopez-Pedraza, Sandra Caula, & Vesna Luger. Revista Venezolana de Psichologia Arquetipos, 2005, 1. The journal is entirely in Spanish. Translation for this review was by Silvia K., George F. & Jess C. Groesbeck.. J. Anal. Psychol., 52(4):524-525.
(2007). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52(4):524-525
Capriles, Axel. M. (Ed.), With the editorial counsel of Rafael Lopez-Pedraza, Sandra Caula, & Vesna Luger. Revista Venezolana de Psichologia Arquetipos, 2005, 1. The journal is entirely in Spanish. Translation for this review was by Silvia K., George F. & Jess C. Groesbeck.
Review by: C. Jess Groesbeck
Edited by: Ladson Hinton and Marica Rytovaara
This Jungian Journal from Caracas, Venezuela, is a first edition, discussing the Jungian activity in that country. There are five interesting articles along with an interview with Rafael Lopez-Pedraza, a critical evaluation of some movies, and various book reviews.
The opening editorial by Axel Capriles reviews Jung's ‘night sea journey’ in August of 1914 from Memories, Dreams and Reflections and highlights the importance that Jung plays in their work and the pivotal manner in which the way that Jung's life has affected them. There are numerous articles, but this review will focus on an interview with the founding father of the Venezuelan group, Rafael Lopez-Pedraza. This conversation is on pages 44-61.
Lopez-Pedraza begins his interview by discussing the time he trained with James Hillman and others in Zürich during the nineteen-sixties. He arrived there in 1963 and did psychotherapy or analysis with Irene de Castillejo. He described how the therapy with her opened him up emotionally. In his view, emotion manifests itself in the body and is the key to the roots of the unconscious.
He then talked of his psychotherapeutic transformation with James Hillman— following the lines and views of C.A.
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