Kenneth Kimmel is a Jungian analyst, author, teacher, and consultant, with thirty-years of clinical practice. He authored, Eros and the Shattering Gaze—Transcending Narcissism, (Fisher King Press, 2011); and a chapter in The Dream and Its Amplification, co-edited by Nancy Furlotti and Erel Shalit, (Fisher King Press, 2013). He is co- founder of The New School for Analytical Psychology in Seattle, WA, and has recently presented papers at the past International Jungian Congress in Kyoto, and the conference of the Journal for Analytical Psychology, in New York.
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Four Editorial corrections:
1) In the section of the discussion about the ‘love triangle’ between Sabina Spielrein, Carl Jung, and Emma Jung, the guest mistakenly substituted Freud’s name for Jung. 2) In the story of the medieval couple, the heroine’s name was Eloise–not Evelyn. 3) The poem “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind” was not written by Eloise, but rather centuries later by Alexander Pope as an homage to Eloise. 4) Lastly, the song in the “Graduate” was Paul Simon’s “The Sound of Silence”–not the ‘Song of Silence.’
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