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daily experience, savoring of, 24

daily life, events in, as opportunities to reflect on lessons, 121, 123, 143, 161, 174

daily living, patterning of, by archetypes, 112

daily routine, usefulness of, 47

daimon, as a challenge to our whole being, 40

daimon, as a numinous imperative, 40

daimon, as a primitive power concept, 40

daimon, as a usable power, 40

daimon, as alien, 40

daimon, as autonomous, 40

daimon, as compensatory, 40

daimon, as goad to creativity, 40

daimon, as ineluctable, 40

daimon, as intrusive, 40

daimon, as our guardian angel, 40

daimon, as source for vision and intuition, 40

daimon, as superior to ordinary consciousness, 40

daimon, connection of, with creativity, 40

daimon, courage needed to deal with the, 40

daimon, defined, 40

daimon, existing outside time and culture, 40

daimon, grip of, feeling of, 40

daimon, internalization of the, 40

daimon, Jung being in the grip of the, 138, 167

daimon, knowing, requiring effort to achieve, 40

daimon, submission to the, 40

daimon, terms for the negative side of the, 40

daimon, the beneficence of, 40

daimon, the benefits of, 40

daimon, the denigration of the, as a possible cause of delusions, 88

daimon, the force of, as our own, 40

daimon, the grip of the, 40, 81

daimon, the ineluctability of, 40

daimon, the power of the, 40

daimon, the reliability of, 40

daimon, the, regarded as an illusion, by our materialistic culture, 88

daimon, transformation of the, 40

daimon, wrestling with, as ego-crucifying, 40

Dalai Lama, advice of, 25

Dalai Lama, as an inspirational figure, 130, 147, 156

Dalai Lama, call of, for a secular ethics, 99, note 15

Dale, Sir Henry, 90

Daly, Herman, 10

dance movement, healing techniques of, 155

dance, American, as influenced by the Negro, 126

dancing, 32

danger, the supreme, as a psychic danger, 183

dangerous people, as a collectively excited group ruled by affects and fantasies, 125

dangers, current indicators of our, 150

Daniel, the book of, the rich symbolism of, 59

Dante Alighieri, as a gifted artist, 162, 169, 170

Dante Alighieri, journey of, to the bottom of Hell, 52

dar al Islam, as the world of Islam and Muslims, 166

daring, as the best in man, 119

dark side, as the shadow side, 119

darkness, a measure of, as part of a happy life, 98

darkness, becoming conscious, 28

darkness, making conscious, 62

darkness, of the devil, as localized in man, 134, 171

darkness, stirrings in the, 30

darkness, the coming apocalyptic development, 82

darkness, the powers of, as the unconscious, 119

Darwin, Charles, discoveries of, 29

Das Heilige, 64

Dass, Ram, 34

David, Father, correspondence of, with Jung, 180

Davis, Andrew Jackson, 34

Davis, Charles, 7, note 21; 31, note 52

Davis, Charles, quote of, 147, 165, 166, 170 & note 17

Davis, Charles, the papal legate from Britain to the second Vatican Council, 87

Dawes Act, as official US racist policy, 145

day residue, the meaning of, 190

day residue, the value of in a dream, 54, 90

De inventione rhetorica, 138

de Tocqueville, Alexis, 8

dead, the entanglement of the, in the physiology of the living, 100

dead, the land of the, 12

dead, the, as not to be pitied, 26, 103

dead, the, the dangers of persistent attachment to, 25

deadlines, elimination of, in old age 47

deadly sins, the 7, listed, 102, note 61

Dean, Howard, 3

Dean, James, as an embodiment of the puer, 141

death penalty, the, America’s continuing use of, 184

death, 5

death, a good, 12

death, a possible massive experience of, 76

death, anticipations of, 26

death, as a birth, 103

death, as a confrontation with wholeness, 103

death, as a destabilizing event, 25

death, as a difficult task, 26

death, as a faithful companion of life, 103

death, as a fulfillment, 26

death, as a goad, 12, 26

death, as a goal, 12, 103

death, as a mystery, 12

death, as a pause in a long tale, 103

death, as a transition, 26

death, as an accomplishment, 26, 103

death, as an archetype, 12, 25

death, as an important interest, 12

death, as an overcoming of pain and ego, 26

death, as goal and fulfillment of life, 94

death, as loss of our compass, 25

death, as offering liberation, 25

death, as part of life, 12, 26

death, as the enemy, 12

death, as the faithful companion of life, 26

death, as the goal of life, 24

death, as the goal of the spiritual man, 26

death, as the great perfector, 26

death, as the separation of soul and spirit from the body, 26, 103

death, as the shadow of life, 26

death, as transition, 24

death, confidence in the face of, 12

death, definitions of, 26

death, denial of, 12

death, excepting the reality of, 24

death, fear of, 14, 40

death, feeling alive in the face of, 47

death, focus on, as a goal, 26

death, Jung's definitions of, 161

death, Jung's idea of the meaning of, 103

death, Jung's perspectives on death, 103

death, life after, 12

death, living right into, 12

death, modern views of, 26

death, residue of, as loneliness and sorrow, 26

death, secret fears of, 26

death, speculations about, 47

death, symbols of approaching, in dreams, 26

death, the anticipatory shadow of, 26

death, the conditions around, 26

death, the milieu of, 26

death, the mystery of, 25, 26

death, the promptings of, 12

death, the protocols of a good, 12

death, the pull of, 25, 103

death, the seduction of, 25

death, the various forms and stages of, 148, 149, 159, 161, 164

death, the Void of, 103

debt service, the onerous pressure of, 146

Decalogue, as no moral codex, 165

decay, the stream of, 11

deceiving ourselves, the possibility of, reduced in dreams, 122

deception, the energy drain of, 105

decision, a key, on importance: Nature or money?, 160, 165

decision-making, 36, 49, 63

decision-making, as poor, due to human psychology, 127, 184

decision-making, limits on, 49

decision-making, the personal style of, as either judging or perceiving, 184

decisions, dependency of, on the subconscious, 58

decisions, factors influencing, 37

decisions, the rational functions' use of, in making, 139, 184

decisive experience, the most, as being alone with one's own self, 178

decisive question, the, for man, 53

decisive, the ability to be, as important, 139

Declaration of Independence, the, 8

Dee, John, 34

deep ecology, definition of, 181, note 73

deep structural changes, resistance to, 33

deep structures, concept of, 25

deepest meaning, of life, as found in the swamplands, 94

Déesse Raison, as an dominating illusion, 104

Déesse Raison, domination by, as our illusion, 149, 160

defeat, feeling of, 52

defeat, personal, as fertile ground for future success, 94

defense, means of, 11, 27

defenses, letting go of, 67

defenses, the ego's, against the Self, 33

defensive patterns, of childhood, thwarting happiness, 54

defensive strategies, of the child, 54

degradation, as characteristic of a civilization in decline, 59

dehumanization, 5

dehumanization, of the world, the consequences of, 104

dehumanizing systems, like the health care industry, 173

deisidaimonia, primitive, 52 & note 152

Deity, forming an impression of the, 94

deity, the attitude that welcomes the, 41

Deity, the Jewish concept of the, 134

Dell,W.S., translation of Jung's lecture by, 119

delusion, a deed free from, as without karmic effect, 145, 182

delusion, as subjective, as its content is not in touch with reality, 88

delusion, causes of, as losing touch with the compensating powers of the unconscious, 88

delusion, clues about, 88

delusion, definitions of, 88

delusion, distinction of, from illusion, 88, note 10

delusion, encouraged by isms, 44

delusion, forms of, 88

delusion, Jung on, 88

delusion, the American, of our immunity from terrorism, 117

delusion, the manifestation of, in collective reality, 88

delusional assertions, by hysterics, as displacements due to repressed complexes, 88

delusional ideas, as greater than physical dangers, 88, 108

delusional systems, 4, 88

delusional thinking, examples of, in our modern reality, 88

delusions, 30

delusions, as a feature of the old growth curve, 50

delusions, as a possible sign of dissociation from one’s feelings, 88

delusions, as an indicator that psychic forces are being ignored, 88

delusions, as engendered by novelties, 88

delusions, as full of mythological motifs, 88

delusions, as not limited to crazy people, 88

delusions, as one symptom which occurs in mental diseases and in hysteria, 88

delusions, causes for, 125, 134, 177, 183

delusions, collective, as destructive mass psychoses, 88

delusions, in the environment, causes of, 88

delusions, resulting from social media, 60

delusions, rife in our society, 39

delusions, the manifestation of, by unconscious people, lacking in self-awareness, 88

delusions, the parallelism with mythological motifs, 88

demagogue, 3, 31

demagogue, Donald Trump as the, 159

democracies, features of failure of, 124, note 69

democracy, subversion of, 38, 58

demographic decline, the feeling of, 127

demographics, changing, 50

demon, as a label, 28, 40

demonic energies, rise of, 83

demons of old, new names of, 15

demons, Jung's exorcizing of, 163

demoralization, 31

demoralization, as a feature of cosmic vanity, 147

denial, 2, 12

denial, definition of, 147, 184, 191

denigration of the intangible and spiritual, the challenge to outgrow, 115

Deo concedente, as the alchemists' mantra, 121 & note 54; 150

deo concedente, as the proper attitude to have for inner work, 15, 54 & note 54; 90 & note 71

dependency, as a coping strategy, 54

dependency, as a hindrance, 52

dependency, falling into, 53

dependent origination, the Buddhist notion of, 30, 42

depersonalizing technologies, Jung’s disdain for, 175

depotentiation, definition of, 15, note 47; 22, 188

depotentiation, of a complex, defined, 110, note 19

depression, 9, 9, 13, 16, 25, 30, 45, 53, 60, 67, 83

depression, alleviation of, via laughter, 67

depression, allopathic treatment of, 30

depression, as a feature of growing, 16

depression, as a life situation demanding a turning within, 9

depression, Jung's valuation of, 121, 123, 128, 156, 173, 174

depressions, value of, 35

depressive position, the, 52

deprivation, as an aid toward the development of character, 47

deprivation, as fostering insights and ingenuity, 47

de-psychized world, the consequences of living in a, 149

depth psychologists, 34

Depth Psychology and a New Ethic, 165

depth psychology, 2, 35, 66, 111 & note 48

depth psychology, the ethical implications of, 134, 166

depth work, the New Age reluctance to get into, 119

depths, stirred to the, as a quality of a numinous experience, 142, 149

derivatives, as financial weapons of mass destruction, 104, note 126

Descartes, René, 34, 144 & note 15

descent, as a requirement to access inner power, 19, 50, 92

designer drugs, the list of, of Jung's day, 115

desires, change of, 53

desires, the careful investigation of, 123

Desmond Tutu, awareness of, of the negative role of religion, 99

despair, 12, 41, 57, 79, 83, 116

despair, as a consequence of materialism, 156, 166, 171 & note 10; 173

desperation, the need for a level of, 170

dessication, as a feature of neurosis, 110

destiny, living out our, 12, 13, 24, 33, 40, 49, 54, 68, 80, 91, 93, 103, 104, 116

destiny, parents' need of, to live out their, 140, 141, 168, 183

destruction, 11, 119

destruction, the appearance of the redeeming symbol connected with, 149

destructive behaviors, the increasing numbers of, 173

destructive forces, outbreak of, fear of, 51

destructive powers, conversion of, into healing forces, as achieved by the archetypes, 119

destructive technologies, our infatuation with, the challenge to outgrow, 115

destructive values of the patriarchal system, the challenge to outgrow, 115

deterioration, mitigation of, 47

determination, 30

determinism, definition of, 144, 145, 156

deus absconditus, the hidden god in our unconscious, 137

deus absconditus, the, 11, 33, 63, 83

Deus ex machine, as a superior factor within, 41

deus incomprehensibilis, 64

devastation, times of, 35

development, the goal of, 4, 16, 52, 113

developmental imperative, the, defined, 24

developmental process, the parts of, 57

deviancy, definingof, downward, 105

devil, as the fearful power driving toward individuation, 134, 162, 169, 172, 174

Devil, the, 2, 13, 28, 30, 33, 57, 81

devil, the, Jung's definition of, 134

devilish engines of destruction, the, Jung’s opposition to the, 173

devils, the projection of inner, 134

devouring mother, the, 22

Dewey, John, the philosophy of, as foreign to Europeans, 115

Dharma-Kaya, the, 100

dhimmi, as non-believers, 125, note 45

diagnosis, 9, 30, 42, 111

diagnosis, as common in analysis, 185

diagnosis, the danger in focusing on the, 185

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the, 56

dialectical interaction between doctor and patient, as a key element in Jung’s scheme of training, 89

Diangelo, Robin, on learning about racism, 145

Dickens, Charles, revealing novels of, 82

dictator State, the, 27

Dictionary of Symbols, as an important resource, 151

Didion, Joan, 25

Diesel, Eugen, 16

diet, reconfiguration of, 33

differences, the reconciliation of, as the intention of the Self, 59

differentiation, 4, 41, 65

difficulties, value of, 17

digestion, the physiological activity of, as removed from conscious control,122

digestive disorders, examples of, 22

dilemma, major, as life's calling us to grow, 154

dilemma, recurring, the, 139

dimension, new, requirements of, 43

diminished responsibility, 15

Dioanysian spirit, the chaos of, 52

Diocletian, the efforts of, to restore the old order, 149

Diogenes Laertius, quoting Heraclitus, 102, note 57

Dionysian animus, need of, when the Furies appear, 57

Dionysian energies, the wild chaos of, 52

directed conscious functioning, demand for, 35

directed functioning, excessive stress on, as dangerous, 113

directed processes, as always one-sided, 113

directed will, the development of the, as one-sided, 113

directedness, the concept of, 146

direction, compelling sense of, 36

direction, implication of, as one-sidedness, 113

direction, looking within for, 83

direction, the implications of, 162, 178, 183

dirt, definition of, 68

disaffection, young people’s, the dangerous implications of, 173

disaster, etymology of, 182

disaster, new categories of, 77

discernment, as a key human skill, 143

discernment, the value of, 62, 85

disciple, infantilization of the, 54, 102

disciple, the disillusionment, of the, 102

disciplines, lesser, 29

discontent, 3, 52

discontent, the purpose of, 186

discoveries, as threatening to the powers that be, 152

discriminatio, as a key human skill, 143

discrimination, 19, 35, 43

discrimination, historical, of five groups, 37

discrimination, the negative impact on both Negroes and whites, 126

disease care, doctors' focus on, 36

disease vectors, now changing due to global temperatures rising, 77

disease, need for a wider definition of, 33

disease, the cosmic part of, 33

disease, the meaning of, 121, 179

disease, the non-physical dimensions of, 33

disease, the purpose of, as the question Jung asked his patients, 115

disease, the root cause of, 9, 33

diseases, transformation of, 24

disempowerment, 10, 84

disempowerment, as a problem with the cookbook approach, 190

disenfranchising, of marginalized groups, 37

disguise, 30

disillusionment, in mid-life, 85

disintegration, period of, 13

disintermediation, the definition of, 127, 177, note 30

dislocations, large-scale, as features of the aeonic shift, 183 & note 52

Disney, Walt, the commercialization of fantasy by, 143 & note 71

disorientation, as a feature of a transitional time, 159

disorientation, general, 5, 25, 52, 57, 115

dispensation, definition of, 63

dispensation, etymology of, 63

dispensation, the new, 34, 117, 119 & note 17

dispensation, the psychological, 170, note 12

disposition, of the individual, 30

dissent, the suppression of, in America, 184

dissimulation, with isms, 44

dissociated content, the face of, as frightening, if the conscious attitude is afraid, 174

dissociation of personality, complex as a cause of, 56

dissociation phenomena, as a potential danger, 100

dissociation, 30, 41, 64, 109, 115

dissociation, as the result of repeated manifestations of affect, 128, 174

dissociations, bridging of, 52

dissociations, neurotic, repair of, 5

dissolution, 13, 16

distinction, the, between faith and trust, Jung’s recognition of the, 87

distinctiveness, consciousness of, 31, 35

distortions, in transference, 57

distortions, the recognition of, in our old perceptions, 178

distraction, resulting from the cell phone, 60

distractions, elimination of, 6

distribution systems, the disruption of, 83

disturbed child, the factors in dealing with a, 140

disturbing phenomena, in American civic life, 115

disunion with oneself, 43

diversity, appreciation of, 79 & note 24

diversity, as a strength, 8

diversity, of the spirit of man, 113

divided family, Jung's, 78

divided family, the causes of the division, 78

Divine activity, the curious forms of, 119

divine being, submission to a, 106

Divine Child, the archetype of the, 188

Divine core, firm trust in our, 171

Divine energy, the physical world as full of, 181 & note 68

divine guidance, trust in, 80

divine intention on earth, the, humans as agents of, 40

divine intervention, illness as a form of, 33

divine light, enlightenment by the, 30

Divine Mind, the activity of, 21

divine novelty, 40

divine numen, the, 33

divine power, invoking, 33

Divine quaternity, as Father, Son, Holy Spirit and Sophia, 132

divine renovation, 40

divine service, definition of, 94

divine will, as an unseen presence in everything, 119

divine wisdom, trust in, 68

Divine, embodying the, 158

Divine, experience of, fostering concern for the world, 160

divine, hallmarks of the, 134

Divine, humans as co-creators with this, 142

Divine, Jung's call to appreciate the, in all its fullness, 134

Divine, Jung's concept of the, as unitive, 137

Divine, Jung's early experiences of the, 180

Divine, Jung's groping toward an understanding of the nature of the, 158

Divine, Jung's understanding of, as complex, 158

Divine, looking within, to find the, 181

Divine, method to experience the, 165

Divine, personal contact with the, 23, 34, 63, 64

Divine, the affects arising from experience of the, 170

Divine, the contradictory nature of the, 158, note 7

Divine, the direct experience of, as central to creating meaning in life, 158

Divine, the experience of the, 121

Divine, the healing power of the, 158

Divine, the incomplete image of the, in Christianity, 134

Divine, the innate human impulse to know the, 158

Divine, the truncated image of the, 134

Divine, the yoke of the, as light, 148

Divine, the, 2, 7, 21, 24, 28, 33, 34, 40, 42, 59, 63, 64, 70, 79, 81, 114, 116, 118, 119

Divine, the, as a process, 159, 173

Divine, trembling in the presence of the, 170, note 10

Divinity School, Yale University, the, 37, note 19

divinity, as in all parts of Creation, 181

divinity, symbols of, 121

Divinity, the nature of, as the mysterium tremendum, 114

divisio, as a requirement for individuation, 18

division, as compensation for union, 162

divisive institutions, the transformation of, 79

divisiveness, cosmic vanity fostering, 166

divisiveness, sources of, 83

divorce, 21, 36

Dixiecrats, the rise of the racist, 145

docility, the expectation of, 36

doctor, the intensified tie to the, 162, 185

doctor/s, 6, 33, 89, 93, 119

doctor-patient relationship, as dialectical, 89

doctors, Jung's opinion of, 1, note 14

doctors, the desensitization of, 144, note 44

doctors, training of, to be objective, 68

doctrinairism, as a sign of cultural degeneration, 82

doctrinairism, as the most unspiritual of all the manifestations of the Antichrist, 175

doctrine, absence of an applicable, 91

doctrine, absence of, in Jung, 180

Dodgson, Charles (aka Lewis Carroll), 171

dogma, 21, 42, 57, 81, 114, 120

dogma, challenging of, as difficult, 127, note 14; 134, 138, 143, 158, 170, 180

dogmas, 5, 7, 25, 37

dogmatism, 5, 44, 76

dogmatism, Jung's warnings against, 130

dogmatists, succumbing of, to the sin of pride, 130

dogs, as symbolic of our domesticated instinctual side, 153, 181

dogs, Jung's love of, 70

dollar, calls to replace the, in the international monetary system, 186, note 116

domestic environment, Jung's investigation of the, 140

domestic tranquility, ensuring of, 171

domestic violence, causes of, 53

domesticity, 22

dominance, threatened, 37

dominant and marginalized species, distinction between, 37

dominant species, features of, 37, 102

dominant species, the, in government, as rich white males, 173

domination, as a theme in the future, 186

domination, patterns of, 54

Dominican Studies, 180

dominion, as not domination, 107

Don Juan, as the puer, 141, 162, 188

Donne, John, quote of, 183

doom, prophets of, 164

Dorn, Gerhard, quoted, 30, 87

Dossey, Larry, 33, note 107; 118

doubt, indicators of, in science, 143, 165, 179

doubt, the value of, 7, 13, 16, 29, 64, 87, 109, 111

doubts, religious, as inevitable with personal experience of God, 158

Dourley, John, quoted, 121, 166

Dourley, John, Roman Catholic priest, recognizing how religions now hamper meaning, 94

Down's syndrome, the child with, 140

downsizing, in aging, 24

Doyle, Mary, gentle ribaldry of, as helpful to Jane, 45

dragon mother, the, 22

dragon, the, 11, 22

Drawdown, as a resource for actionable inventions, 43, 77, 101

drawing, 6, 9, 16, 32

dread, definition of, 51, 64

dream analysis, insights in, 41, 42, 106 & note 5

Dream Analysis, Jung's seminar on, 134, 143, note 81; 169, 176, 189, 190

dream associations, the levels of, 91

dream contents, of persons with widely different backgrounds, 126

dream fantasies, Jung’s stress on, 57

dream functions, list of, 90

dream guidance, taking a positive attitude toward, 154, 186

Dream Helper's Ceremony, the, 161

dream images, symbols in, 90

dream images, the atmosphere around, as important, 177

dream interpretation, desiderata for, 90

dream landscapes, nocturnal, 100

dream life, the apocalypse appearing in, as timing a new inner reality, 59

dream materials, the teleological perspective of, 90

dream metaphors, providing a picture of the condition of the psyche, 94

dream practice, the value of an interactive, 186

dream seminar, Jung's, 41, 51

dream symbol encyclopedias, as examples of "cookbooks" Jung rejected, 190

dream symbolism, as full of threes turning into fours, 132

dream symbols, value of, 12

dream work, 190

dream work, practice of, 5, 13, 17, 41, 60, 85

dream work, the archetypal level of, Feeling types' reaction to, 137, 189, note 21; 190

dream, 11, note 106; 26, 30, 44, 54, 78, 90, 91, 94, 95, 119

dream, changing the, to a positive public story, 160

dream, voice-over, 192, note 39

dreamer, the, input from the, as invaluable, 90

dreamers, the need of, for something drastic, in order to wake up, 124, 143, 190

Dreaming to Wake to Life, 50

dreams, "big," numinosity of, 90

dreams, 12

dreams, acting as correctives, 91

dreams, actions of, 30

dreams, actualizing, 36

dreams, amplification of, 11, 90

dreams, archetypal, at the gateway of death, 26

dreams, archetypes in, 90

dreams, as a bridge between consciousness and the world of instincts, 91

dreams, as a core component of Jungian analysis, 57

dreams, as a huge inner resource, 91

dreams, as a key resource, 57 dreams, as the source of many insights, 57

dreams, as a product of the total psyche, 90

dreams, as a valuable source of information, 90

dreams, as a way the Self speaks, 121, 122, 124, 129, 143, 148, 151, 155, 156, 158, 162, 170, 171, 176, 177, 179, 184, 185, 188, 190

dreams, as a way to comprehend reality, 33

dreams, as a way to sustain connection to the psyche, 91

dreams, as an effective instrument of education, 90

dreams, as an efficient, time-saving way to glean valuable insights, 91

dreams, as beyond our conscious control, 90

dreams, as educational, 91

dreams, as exposing the psychic realm, 32

dreams, as functions of compensation, 90

dreams, as guidance from the soul, 16

dreams, as helpful ballast in anxious situations, 91

dreams, as impersonal, like products of nature, 91

dreams, as independent of desire and fear, 91

dreams, as insightful and enriching, 90

dreams, as inspirations for Jung, 91

dreams, as mirrors of the underground processes of the psyche, 111

dreams, as monitors of the energy level, 57

dreams, as mysterious processes, 90

dreams, as neither disguises nor wish-fulfillments, 90, 91

dreams, as normal events, not pathological, 90

dreams, as objective facts, 89

dreams, as problem-solvers, examples of, 90

dreams, as providing true pictures, 90

dreams, as psychic gifts, 90

dreams, as purposive, 90

dreams, as sealing Jung's fate, 81

dreams, as serving the individuation process, 91

dreams, as sources for enrichment and empowerment, 91

dreams, as spontaneous phenomena, 108

dreams, as the educator, 90

dreams, as the natural reaction of the self-regulating psyche system, 90

dreams, as the purest product of the unconscious, 90

dreams, as the psyche’s language, 192

dreams, as the source of guidance and answers, 54

dreams, as the via regia to the unconscious, 90

dreams, as touching nature from the inside, 104

dreams, as undermining inflation, 90

dreams, attending to, 32

dreams, avoidance of, 52

dreams, benefits of the study of, 85

dreams, careful analysis of, 90

dreams, compensatory, diagnosis from, 51

dreams, components of, 90

dreams, definitions of, 90

dreams, details of, as significant, 91

dreams, diagnostically valuable facts contained in, 90

dreams, directive, 41

dreams, features of, 90

dreams, figuring out the meaning of, as essential and accessible for all, 85

dreams, fostering psychological maturity via, 12

dreams, fostering relearning the foreign language of the instincts, 91

dreams, functions of, 90

dreams, giving attention to, as the analysand’s task, 57

dreams, guidance of, 13

dreams, help of, in grasping the meaning of a complex, 91

dreams, images of attacks in, 52

dreams, important feeling-values in, 90

dreams, incubation of, 27

dreams, insights from, on where the psychic energy wanted to go, and what the soul’s intentions were, 89

dreams, interpretation of, as the key to the unconscious, 91

dreams, Jung on, 90

dreams, lack of rationality and linearity of, 90

dreams, language of, appealing to feeling and emotion, 90

dreams, learning the language of, 36

dreams, list of contents of, 90

dreams, list of types of, 90

dreams, listening to, 16

dreams, motifs appearing in, sourced outside of consciousness, 119

dreams, mythic allusions in, 30

dreams, necessity of, 11

dreams, offering symbolic statements of deeper realities in the mind, 90

dreams, parallels of, with Gnostic fantasies, 97

dreams, paying attention to, 12

dreams, plot of, like a drama, 90

dreams, predictive, as life-changing, 86

dreams, qualities of, 90

dreams, rectifying situations, 90

dreams, revelations of physical conditions in, 33

dreams, sources of, 90

dreams, tendency of, to enlarge the ego, 90

dreams, tending to the messages in, 94

dreams, the amplification of, use of myths in, 108

dreams, the architect of, 22

dreams, the centrality of, in Jung's work, 90

dreams, the compensatory nature of, 90

dreams, the content of, as atemporal, 81

dreams, the different point of view of, from the ego's perspective, 90

dreams, the function of, in Jungian analysis, 90

dreams, the inherent meaning of the, 90

dreams, the interpretation of, as key to the unconscious, 111

dreams, the objectivity of, 91

dreams, the prejudice against, 54

dreams, the role of, in healing neuroses, 111

dreams, the special function of, as compensation, 90

dreams, the structure of, 90

dreams, the value of working with, 84

dreams, the variety of techniques useful in interpretation of, 91

dreams, the wider perspective on reality of, 91

dreams, to Jung, as undisguised manifestations of unconscious creative activity, 90

dreams, use of, in creating our curriculum, 85

dreams, value of, 11, 33, 36

dreams, warnings in, 90

dreams, working with, as useful, 36

dreamscape, as within, 61

dreamscape, the, as operating outside the limitations of space and time, 176

dream-state, the infantile, 4

dream-within-a-dream, the, 90

dreamwork, 90, 91

dreamwork, the essential role of intuition in, 190

dreamwork, the reductive method of, 91

Dred Scott v. Sandford, as a karmic decision, 145

drive, the psychological concept of, appearing as a, 157

drives, 28

drug abuse, epidemic of, 5

drug use, 60, 115

drugs, harmful side effects of, 104 & note 125

drugs, list of, in the Evans interview, 115, note 19

drugs, natural, the deleterious effects of, 115

drugs, the power of, to release a latent psychosis, 115

Druids, the, 33, 62

drunkenness, as a state of consciousness, 179

dualism, 2

dualistic teachings, as heretical, 134

dualistic thinking, 10

duality, the conflict posited by, resolution of, 99

due process, emphasis on, 28

Duke University, 62, 70

Duke University, Rhine’s ESP experiments at, 176

dummling, the important role of the, 148

dummling, the, 11, 58

Duplain, Georges, interview of, with Jung, 75, 181

duties, the dreary round of, 24

dutiful daughter, replacement of the, 41

duty, conflicts of, 16

duty, conflicts of, as part of authentic living, 165

duty, painful, adaptation to, 41

Duvall, Bill, 181, note 73

dying oceans, as an element of climate chaos, 77

dying of whiteness, 171, note 43

dying well, the art of, 12, 26

dying, as a difficult task, 161

Dylan, Bob, 2 & note 3

dynamis, as the power of God in daily living, 169

dysfunctional culture, our immersion in a, 127

dysfunctional family, influence of, 36

dyspepsia, defined, 110, note 54