Animals, Heart, and Self: Part Two, Windigo

This is the second part of a two part post. (Read Part One.)

 Traditionally, Western psychotherapies take these loses for granted, understanding them, when considering them at all, to be the inevitable consequence of progress.  More often, the unitary focus of these therapies probelmaticizes experiences of complexity, save for the many selves inherent in mind. Even Jung, who often suggested that world or nature underlies self, appeared to flinch at the possibility that the other might well be a requirement of Self. Continue reading