Progoff, Ira. Publication date. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Book Co. ; New York.
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Progoff began exploring psychological methods for creativity and spiritual experience in their social applications in the early 1950s. In 1963, Progoff put forward the method of Psyche-Evoking in The Symbolic and the Real. His doctoral dissertation in the field of the social history of ideas at the New School was on the work of . In 1953, the dissertation was published in hardcover by the Julian Press as Jung's Psychology and its Social Meaning. In 1966, Progoff drew from the principles described in these books to introduce the Intensive Journal method of personal development, the innovation for which he is most remembered.
The Symbolic & the Real book. He was a leading authority on . Jung, depth psychology and transpersonal psychology as well as journal writing.
Progoff is the creator of the widely practiced Intensive Journal Method of personal development and is the director of Dialogue House, which conducts national workshops on the Intensive Journal process. Shipping: US$ . 9 Within . Destination, rates & speeds.
Life-Study: Experiencing Creative Lives by the Intensive Journal Method. Jung's Psychology and its Social Meaning. The Star/Cross: A Cycle of Process Mediation.
The Ignatian spiritual exercises and the Progoff inten-sive journal. Blueprint for a spirituality of experience.
His article Toward a Depth Humanistic Psychology was published in volume 10 in 1970. The Ignatian spiritual exercises and the Progoff inten-sive journal.
Book description: This book addresses continual controversies that rage over the biography of Jung and demonstrates how . The Symbolic and the Real : A New Psychological Approach to the Fuller Experience of Personal Existence, I. Progoff.
Book description: This book addresses continual controversies that rage over the biography of Jung and demonstrates how his life has become hijacked by covert cultural agendas, which seek to advance their claims by fictions served up as facts. It demonstrates the pitfalls and fallacies of such works, and sets out how his life and work should be approached on a historical basis, drawing on decades of archival investigation and new documentation.