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Ibis Press Authors

Ibis Press Authors

Ibis Press Authors   Adams, W. Marsham Agrippa, Cornelius Anthony, Maggy Atkins, Charles Bane, Rosanne Bartlett, Robert Allen Bedi, Ashok, M.D. Bell, Lynn Birch, Una Bloch, Douglas Bogart, Greg Bolen, Jean Shinoda Borstein, Agneta Bosman, Leonard Brahm, Laurence J. Brennan,

Power of Love

Power of Love

The Power of Love
To Transform Our Lives and Our World
by June Singer
Revised edition of Love's Energies

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The energies of love exist full-blown within each human being. We have an incredible power, given to us at birth, that we must learn how to handle, and it is this power that has gotten the world into the state it is in. William Blake tells us, “the road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom.” June Singer understands this to mean that when we go too far in one direction, we inevitably come to the place where we see our own folly laid out before us, and from this we learn there must be a better way. We experience love: first, of parent and child; then romantic love (or lust); then Platonic love?the love of friend for friend; and love for country, for land, for that which is familiar. Or the god-intoxicated love of mystics and saints, and those who have known near-death, or god, or real compassion.

June Singer draws on her Jungian background to explain our contemporary confusion about the power of love and our love of power. She says that when we understand our relationships and our changing world, we can develop the masculine and feminine sides of ourselves. This means that we are free to assume the power that is given when the ego is developed, so that no other person has to act out parts of ourselves in order for that part to be expressed. When we reach the transpersonal stage of love, we are able to see life. We no longer see power as a magic wand to gain superiority over others. We begin to understand what it means to say ?we are all one.? Transpersonal love fires humanity. It takes us beyond ego, beyond personal needs, and unites the personal ego with the larger self.

When the various inner parts of ourselves are in harmony, we can truly love—and we can begin to affirm the union between human and divine.

2000.
ISBN: 0-89254-052-4
328 Pages, 6″ x 9″. Paperback.
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Modern Woman in Search of Soul

Modern Woman in Search of Soul

Modern Woman in Search of Soul
A Jungian Guide to the Visible and Invisible Worlds
by June Singer

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Singer follows two very different women as they learn to recognize clues by which the invisible world reveals itself to human understanding: dreams and fantasies, visionary experiences, human interactions, and through the depths of solitude. She reveals how the invisible world is viewed objectively by the physical and biological sciences, traditional and gnostic spiritual disciplines, and the psychology of the unconscious. She then suggests how to integrate the visible and invisible in our lives.

1998.
ISBN: 0-89254-041-9
256 Pages, 6″ x 9″. Paperback.
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Gnostic Book of Hours

Gnostic Book of Hours

A Gnostic Book of Hours
by June Singer

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A Gnostic Book of Hours is divided into eight “offices,” or prayers for different parts of the day. For each office, Singer has selected a text from the Nag Hammadi Library for each day of the week. She annotates and interprets the ancient text and makes it relevant for today’s readers, providing an excellent meditation program that attains to the source of Christian mysticism.

2003.
ISBN: 978-0892540679
192 Pages, 6″ x 8″. Paperback.
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Blake, Jung and the Collective Unconscious

Blake, Jung and the Collective Unconscious

Blake, Jung and the Collective Unconscious The Conflict between Reason and Imagination
by June Singer
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Previously published as The Unholy Bible, this thoughtful discussion of Blake's well-known Marriage of Heaven and Hell, Singer shows us that Blake was actually tapping into the collective unconscious and giving form and voice to primordial psychological energies, or archetypes, that he experienced in his inner and outer world. With clarity and wisdom, Singer examines the images and words in each plate of Blake's work, applying in her analysis the concepts that Jung brought forth in his psychological theories. Index. Bibliography. 24 plates. Part of the Jung on the Hudson Book Series.

2000.
ISBN: 0-89254-051-6
288 Pages, 6″ x 9″. Paperback.
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Androgyny

Androgyny

Androgyny
The Opposites Within
by June Singer

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Explores Taoism, Gnosticism, Kabbalah, alchemy, astrology, Tibetan Tantra, Kundalini Yoga, and the works of Plato, Freud, and Jung to help us understand our inner polarities.

“Her book is an illuminating—and I would even say indispensable—contribution.”—Joseph Campbell.

2000
ISBN: 978-0-89254-050-1
288 Pages, 6″ x 9″. Paperback.

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