Scholarly articles archives by Kaye Gersch PhD
Sooner or later, you will want to plunge into the depths of a subject. This is why I, Kaye Gersch PhD write these articles. Sometimes a snippet or bite will not do justice to the subject in which you are interested. Sometimes you crave a real feast of information, with thoughtful depth and references for further reading. Your soul inevitably craves depth.
These scholarly articles are based on my PhD, and other academic work. I've also used popular themes from 20 years convening a Jung Study Group, and 30 years conducting dream groups. I hope that these articles satisfy your need for scholarly rigour. I also hope you are tempted to explore areas you haven't gone before.
Certainly, reading these scholarly articles will require some patience and application. But this application is worthwhile because they guide you to discover the meaning you are searching for. They give you language through which to examine what really matters.
Life often forces me to go deeper. I've had that sort of life. All of the articles in this scholarly section arose because of my own necessity to learn about, understand, or even just to bear, particular life events. Specifically, The Dark Night of the Soul, and Suicide and the Soul.
I present these articles as food for the soul. I appreciate your thoughtful comments, or suggestions for further topics. Remember the words of Benjamin Franklin:
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."
So I look forward to you joining me in these topics, so we learn and remember together.
Let me know what matters to you!