Murray Stein. "A man in the making. Challenges and prospects"

Murray Stein. "A man in the making. Challenges and prospects"

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The book was compiled from several courses of lectures given by Jungian analyst Murray Stein at the C. G. Jung Institute in Chicago in the 1980s and 1990s. The lectures are devoted to the process of male individuation, that is, the physiological and spiritual growth of a man. According to Stein, individuation is a complex interweaving of physical, psychological and cultural factors. Each of them is given due attention in the lectures, with the main emphasis being on psychological ones. Highlighting five “epochs,” or stages of male development, the author dwells on each in detail, and also talks about male friendship and archetypal gestures of fatherhood.
The book is designed to help men of all ages navigate life, understand the psychological significance and importance of each stage of individuation, and find meaning and direction for further personal development.
“...now more than ever it is important to have an understanding of the possible ways a man can develop. Very often the process stops at the stage of development of the heroic ego, and everything else is seen as something inadequate or unnecessary. I tried to follow Jung's idea that individuation continues throughout a person's life and has a purpose that goes far beyond what the USMC strives to achieve."
It is published entirely in Russian for the first time.

Murray Stein, Jungian analyst, teacher, member of the IAAP (International Association of Analytical Psychology), supervisor of the International School of Analytical Psychology ISAP-Zurich. In 2002–2004 – President of the IAAP, 2008–2012. – President of ISAP-Zurich. Author of numerous books on analytical psychology.

CONTENT

Preface to the Russian edition.................................................... ...........5
Brief introduction................................................... .....................................8
Lectures on the five stages of psychological development

men................................................. ........................................................ ............12
Introduction........................................................ ........................................................ ....12
Five stages in a man's life (brief overview)..................................15
The first circle is the mother. Boy's age .....................................19
The second circle is the father. Son's age .................................................... ..29
The role of the father is initiation.................................................... ...........................35
Initiated and uninitiated...................................38
Uninitiated man ................................................... .........39
Fathers and sons........................................................ ........................................40
The third circle is anima. Hero's age .....................................45
Anima versus person................................................... .........................50
Inability to cope with anima.................................................... 60
A small digression................................................... ......................65
The fourth circle is the Self. Age of a mature man.....75
The fifth circle is God. Age of the Sage...................................................84
About friendship between men......................................................... ....................91
Gestures of fatherhood................................................... ........................................... 105
1. Selection gesture......................................................... ........................................... 105
2. Gestures of affirmation and observance of the law.................................... 111
3. Gesture of creation .................................................... ................................... 122
4. Gestures of provision, protection, building bridges,
self-sacrifice........................................................ ........................... 125