Jung and Islam
By: Dr. Radmila Moacanin
About the Book
Both Jungian psychology and the teaching of Islam reveal pathways to the completion of the human spirit. The insights and ‘systems’ of each are founded on inspiration not imitation, the unique experiential inner journey toward fulfillment. If you are to take the interpretation of self-directed (greater) jihad it beautifully coincides with Jung’s process of individuation. While Islam is more regimented and specifically detailed than Jungian processes, if one is to put jihad in its appropriate spiritual place it becomes an individual spiritual quest rather that an outer political struggle. The completion of both bears no difference- the goal is fulfillment.
About the Author
Dr. Radmila Moacanin was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. She holds two masters degrees( United Nations & World Affairs; Social Services), a PhD. in psychology, and was a Fulbright scholar in Italy. She speaks six languages. Her first book, The Essence of Jung’s Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism, has been translated into 19 languages.