The Void

The Void

Inner Spaciousness and Ego Structure

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"The Void, in a remarkable and direct way, introduces us to the space or ground of mind within which mental structures operate. [Almass] shows how inner spaciousness can be experienced in somatic, psychological and spiritual ways, details some of the many levels of inner space and, more importantly, illustrates how these experiences of space can lead to fundamental healing and integration of our being." - Jack Kornfield

Part One--The Void and the Self:

The Mind; Depth Psychology and the Mind
Ego Psychology and the Mind
Object Relations Theory
Self-Image and Boundaries
Self-Image and Space
Self-Image and Body-Image in Relation to Space
Inner Space and Spatial Extension
Self-Image as the Structuralization of Space
The Psychodynamic Approach to Space
Discussion of Technique
Phenomenology of Space

Part Two--The Void and Transformation:

Space and Essence
Space and Sexuality
Space and Inner Change

Part Three--The Void: Expansion or Deficiency:

Deficient Emptiness
Space and Deficient Emptiness
The Genesis of Deficient Emptiness
Emptiness is Emptiness

Part Four--The Grades of Emptiness:

The Grades of Emptiness

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