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(S U N Y Series in the Philosophy of Psychology) The primal wound is the result of a violation we all suffer in various ways, beginning in early childhood and continuing throughout life. Because we are treated not as individual, unique human beings but as objects, our intrinsic, authentic sense of self is annihilated. This primal wounding breaks the fundamental relationship (S U N Y Series in the Philosophy of Psychology) The primal wound is the result of a violation we all suffer in various ways, beginning in early childhood and continuing throughout life. Because we are treated not as individual, unique human beings but as objects, our intrinsic, authentic sense of self is annihilated. This primal wounding breaks the fundamental relationships that form the fabric of human existence: the relationship to oneself, to other people, to the natural world, and to a sense of transpersonal meaning symbolized in concepts such as the Divine, the Ground of Being, and Ultimate Reality. In this book Firman and Gila apply object relations theory, self-psychology, transpersonal psychology, and psychosynthesis to the issues of psychological wounding, healing, and growth and show how this wounding can be redeemed through therapy and through changing one's way of living.


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(S U N Y Series in the Philosophy of Psychology) The primal wound is the result of a violation we all suffer in various ways, beginning in early childhood and continuing throughout life. Because we are treated not as individual, unique human beings but as objects, our intrinsic, authentic sense of self is annihilated. This primal wounding breaks the fundamental relationship (S U N Y Series in the Philosophy of Psychology) The primal wound is the result of a violation we all suffer in various ways, beginning in early childhood and continuing throughout life. Because we are treated not as individual, unique human beings but as objects, our intrinsic, authentic sense of self is annihilated. This primal wounding breaks the fundamental relationships that form the fabric of human existence: the relationship to oneself, to other people, to the natural world, and to a sense of transpersonal meaning symbolized in concepts such as the Divine, the Ground of Being, and Ultimate Reality. In this book Firman and Gila apply object relations theory, self-psychology, transpersonal psychology, and psychosynthesis to the issues of psychological wounding, healing, and growth and show how this wounding can be redeemed through therapy and through changing one's way of living.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    The Primal Wound looks at how childhood wounds carry forwards to influence our adult behaviours. It explores our deepest dynamics with ourselves and with the exterior other. The content is taken from the Psychosynthesis model and framework which looks at many deeper issues; showing us how we form different parts of our personality (adapted parts) to survive. It also looks at how these adapted parts called Sub-personalities play out to the world. This book is very insightful and an intelligent lo The Primal Wound looks at how childhood wounds carry forwards to influence our adult behaviours. It explores our deepest dynamics with ourselves and with the exterior other. The content is taken from the Psychosynthesis model and framework which looks at many deeper issues; showing us how we form different parts of our personality (adapted parts) to survive. It also looks at how these adapted parts called Sub-personalities play out to the world. This book is very insightful and an intelligent look at our human Psyche. The theme is identifying / recognising our individual primal wound and with these insights working towards healing the wounds to free up our potential.

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    Renee Sanguinetti

    I am re-reading. John and Ann did a great job with this book. Re-engaging with Psychosynthesis.

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