MARCO ANDRÉ SCHWARZSTEIN
Marco André Schwarzstein is a psychoanalyst and psycho-therapist. Having graduated in biochemistry and molecular biology, Schwarzstein has a Master’s degree in Science from the University of Zurich, Switzerland. He has published articles in many scientific journals, including Nature. For twelve years he was an assistant and training coordinator for Roger Woolger, creator of the Deep Memory Process. Since 2011 he has been the supervisor responsible for training in the Deep Memory Process in Latin America.
This book, edited by Marco André Schwarzstein, brings together a selection of papers presented by Gustavo Barcellos, Tom Cheetham, Roberto Crema, Jean-Yves Leloup, Punita Miranda, and Marco André Schwarzstein at "I Encontro Imaginal: O Resgate da Alma do Mundo" (The First Imaginal Congress: Rescuing the Soul of the World), which took place on September 5–7, 2020 in Brasília. These papers not only introduced the "imaginal" ideas of Henry Corbin, James Hillman, and C. G. Jung to a wider audience in Brazil but, for the first time, presented their work also in the contexts of Roger Woolger's Deep Memory Process and Brazilian spiritual traditions.
According to Corbin, Hillman, and Jung
Edited by MARCO ANDRÉ SCHWARZSTEIN
With essays by GUSTAVO BARCELLOS, TOM CHEETHAM,
ROBERTO CREMA, JEAN-YVES LELOUP,
and MARCO ANDRÉ SCHWARZSTEIN
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