Dr. Bedi is a member of the Royal College of psychiatrists of Great Britain, a diplomat in Psychological Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of England, a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He is a Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and the President of the Carl G. Jung Institute of Chicago.
Dr. Bedi is in private practice in Milwaukee and is the author of several books which may be previewed below or at his website www.pathtothesoul.com. He is the liaison for the IAAP for developing Jungian training programs in India and travels annually to India to teach, train the consult with the Jungian Developing groups at several centers in India including Ahmedabad, Mumbai & Bangalore. He leads the annual "A Jungian Encounter with the Soul of India" study group to several centers in India under the auspices of the New York Jung Foundation.
Awaken the Slumbering Goddess:
by Ashok Bedi
The Latent Code of the Hindu Goddess Archetypes
In this book, you will learn about this latent code of the slumbering Hindu Goddess archetypes and ways to awaken it, decipher it and deploy it in leading a purposeful life. Rishis, seekers and holy men and women in India have refined this latent code over the last five thousand years.
Drawing from Hindu and Christian spiritual wisdom, medical science, psychiatric technique, and over twenty-five years of clinical experience, Dr. Ashok Bedi demonstrates the clear link between psychological disease and our intrinsic hunger for spiritual union. Each symptom is seen as a crucial whisper from the soul, that if understood, can lead toward increasing levels of psychological balance.
Crossing the Healing Zone advances the new concepts of the emerging frontiers of integrative medicine, bringing together Eastern and Western healing traditions and merging body, mind, and spirit in a Jungian perspective.
We reap what we sow, but we also reap what others before us have sown. If we do this unconsciously, we find ourselves victims of unfortunate circumstances, but if we are conscious of what we have taken on from our family legacy, we can turn it around.