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eBook The Practice of Ally Work: Meeting And Partnering With Your Spirit Guide in the Imaginal World (Jung on the Hudson Books) ePub

by Jeffrey Raff

  • ISBN: 0892541210
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Jeffrey Raff
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nicolas Hays (April 20, 2006)
  • Pages: 191
  • ePub book: 1370 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1864 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 226

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Jeff Raff has written about the ally (which is known by different names in traditions) in his books Jung and the .

Jeff Raff has written about the ally (which is known by different names in traditions) in his books Jung and the Alchemical Imagination.

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Jeffrey Raff has written about the ally (which has been called many different names in different traditions) in. .

Jeffrey Raff has written about the ally (which has been called many different names in different traditions) in his books Jung and the Alchemical Imagination, Healing the Wounded God, and The Wedding of Sophia. It appears in the imaginal realm to partner with a specific person/ but it has to wait for its human partner to seek it. The person has to learn how to enter the imaginal realm to meet and relate with the ally, and to that effect, Raff has designed a progressive series of exercises.

Jungian analyst Jeffrey Raff, P. presents The Practice of Ally Work: Meeting and Partnering with Your Spirit Guide in the Imaginal World, guide of techniques for achieving intimate contact with the divine through allies - spirit guides unique to each human. practices, ways to identify one's ally and learn its name, methods for receiving guidance from it, and advice for navigating the two-way street in which both human and ally provide for each other's needs fill this soberly written roadmap to spiritual self-help.

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Meeting and Partnering with Your Spirit Guide in the Imaginal World. Jeffrey Raff has written about the ally (which has been called many different names in different traditions) in his books Jung and the Alchemical Imagination, Healing the Wounded God, and The Wedding of Sophia. The ally is a divine being, a face of God, that is unique to every being.

The ally is a divine being-a face of God that is unique to each human To that effect, Jeffrey Raff has designed a progressive series of exercises.

The ally is a divine being-a face of God that is unique to each human. It shows up in many spiritual traditions-from the Sufi concept of Perfect Nature and the Angel of one's Being, to the Philosopher's Stone of alchemy, and the Holy Guardian Angel in Christian mysticism. The ally appears in the imaginal realm to partner with a specific person; but it has to wait for its human partner to seek it. The person who wants to avail him- or herself of the ally's wisdom and guidance needs to learn how to enter the imaginal realm to meet and relate with the ally. To that effect, Jeffrey Raff has designed a progressive series of exercises.

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Jeff Raff has written about the ally (which has been called many different names in different traditions) in his books Jung and the Alchemical Imagination, Healing the Wounded God, and The Wedding of Sophia. Here, he shares with readers the techniques he has developed and taught in his workshops and lectures for achieving intimate contact with the divine.

The ally is a divine being, a face of God, that is unique to every being. It appears in the imaginal realm to partner with a specific person/ but it has to wait for its human partner to seek it. The person has to learn how to enter the imaginal realm to meet and relate with the ally, and to that effect, Raff has designed a progressive series of exercises. Starting with imagination-building practices, he takes you through learning how to identify your ally, learning its name, and obtaining guidance from it. Intermediate and advanced exercises teach you how to deepen your relationship with the ally and bring it into everyday life.

A relationship with your ally is a two-way street in that your attention to its existence in the imaginal realm makes it manifest in the material world, while the ally helps you achieve self-realization and gnosis in the literal sense of the word.

Comments

Saberblade Saberblade
I'd actually give this 4.5 stars. I did this practice more than a decade ago, without official guidance, but Raff's instruction matched my experience really well. It is very effective and worth the time and trouble it takes to initiate it. Everyone I know who overcame their initial self-consciousness and actually did the practice over a stretch of time came through it more confident and self-accepting. For some it was downright transformative.
Beardana Beardana
First rate. Informative and useful, and never patronizes. A Jungian analyst recommended this to me and I have found it enormously helpful. I would say it's suitable for both the professional practitioner and others who have just a bit of background in Jungian theory. The exercises are wonderful.
Shistus Shistus
It is a deep and mystical book with profound implications on how to make life work....again
Jeffrey Raff is a Jungian scholar and eloquent writer, compelling
Qusserel Qusserel
The author expands our ideas about spiritual renewal
through contact and connection with the beings who
exist in the realm above and beyond our ordinary senses.
Make no mistake about it. This is not a book for flippant new agers
or folks who want an easy fix. Reaching back into the time tested principals if Alchemy, it requires the reader to work for their own redemption.
St Benedict's model was work and pray - I think that motto applies to this book but with another eventual aspect - play.
Manemanu Manemanu
I wanted to read this as I have heard the author lecture.
Voodoozragore Voodoozragore
Raff's rather fluffy model of the human psyche gets in the way of what would otherwise be quite a useful book on working with and in Imagination. The more he tries to explain his view of how psyche interacts with the world (with a grab bag of mystic and depth psychology) the more obvious his limitations as a theorist become. Especially troublesome is his inconsistent use of terms like "spirit" and "soul" and his inability [or unwillingness] to give us a clear idea or image of what this Ally he suggests we dialogue with is.

To be fair to Raff, he's not claiming this book as a theoretical one, but all formalised praxis emerges from theory, and in this case, the theory as presented is very shaky indeed. And it's important because if image is the language of psyche (as Jung et al assert) then our image OF psyche profoundly affects how we build our relationship with it (as I think Raff is suggesting we do).

A good editor may have helped Raff take material that might be acceptable in the context of a 50-minute hour and transform it into something that stands up to scrutiny (or at least work out if this is a book about psychology, spirituality, or some sort of esoteric hybrid). Alas, we're left to do that editorial work for ourselves... and muddle on.
Haracetys Haracetys
I liked the idea of this book, but the author seems to have a dogma (and I use the term) that I cannot subscribe to. He states they ally is thus and such-- as if this were fact. I didn't quite buy into it.