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C. G. Jung (1875–1961), the founder of analytical psychology, was one of the first theorists to take seriously what happens in our dreams. But his work goes far beyond psychotherapy to embrace symbolism, religion, archetypes, sexuality, art, and even occult phenomena. His ideas have been expanded and enriched by the works of his numerous students and followers, and his influence today is felt in a range of areas—from art to science to popular culture.

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  1. Individuation in Fairy Tales

    Individuation in Fairy Tales

    Revised Edition

    • by
    • Marie-Louise von Franz
    With a text revised and corrected by the author, this definitive edition of Individuation in Fairy Tales is rich with insights from religion, literature, and myth. Dr. von Franz focuses on the symbolism of the bird motif in six fairy tales of Europe and Asia: "The White Parrot" (Spain), "The Bath Bagerd" (Persia), "Princess Hassan Pasha" (Turkestan), "The Bid Flower Triller" (Iran), "The Nightingale Giser" (Balkans), and "The… Read More

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  2. Old Wise Woman

    Old Wise Woman

    A Study of the Active Imagination

    • by
    • Rix Weaver
    This book was one of the first works made available to a general readership on the subject of Active Imagination—a technique developed by C. G. Jung in which the imaginal world is entered deliberately while awake in order to gain self-knowledge and resolve conflicts. In it, Rix Weaver presents an account of her work of Active Imagination with one of her analysands—a process that began with a dream and yielded… Read More

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  3. Depth Psychology and a New Ethic

    Depth Psychology and a New Ethic

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    • Erich Neumann
    The modern world has witnessed a dramatic breakthrough of the dark, negative forces of human nature. The "old ethic," which pursued an illusory perfection by repressing the dark side, has lost its power to deal with contemporary problems. Erich Neumann was convinced that the deadliest peril now confronting humanity lay in the "scapegoat" psychology associated with the old ethic. We are in the grip of this psychology when we project… Read More

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  4. From Freud to Jung

    From Freud to Jung

    A Comparative Study of the Psychology of the Unconscious

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    • Liliane Frey-Rohn
    This comparative study of the basic concepts of Freud and Jung is designed to give a comprehensive understanding of Jung's work. The author traces the development of Jung from his initial fascination with Freud's ideas to his gradual liberation from these powerful concepts and the final breakthrough into his own unique theories of man and the cosmos. Jung's fundamental view—that the psyche is a totality of conscious and unconscious elements… Read More

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  5. Power and Politics

    Power and Politics

    The Psychology of Soviet-American Partnership

    • by
    • Jerome S. Bernstein
    This book provides in very practical terms a new way of understanding what is happening in Soviet-American relations and where we need to go from here. The author believes that we are entering a new political era as the result of profound psychological changes taking place behind the international scenes, and he identifies the archetypal forces that underlie these changes. Unlike most psychological writings on the subject, this book examines… Read More

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  6. Power and Politics

    Power and Politics

    The Psychology of Soviet-American Partnership

    • by
    • Jerome S. Bernstein
    This book provides in very practical terms a new way of understanding what is happening in Soviet-American relations and where we need to go from here. The author believes that we are entering a new political era as the result of profound psychological changes taking place behind the international scenes, and he identifies the archetypal forces that underlie these changes. Unlike most psychological writings on the subject, this book examines… Read More

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  7. The Lady of the Hare

    The Lady of the Hare

    A Study in the Healing Power of Dreams

    • by
    • John Layard
    This book is both a fascinating account of dream therapy and an exploration of the symbolism of the hare in myth and fable around the world. John Layard, a British Jungian analyst, first recounts his treatment of a devout Christian woman whose dream of the sacrifice of a hare marked a turning point in her spiritual and psychological healing. He then goes on to examine the meaning of the hare… Read More

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  8. The Way of All Women

    The Way of All Women

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    • Esther Harding
    Acclaimed as one of the best works available on feminine psychology from the time it first appeared in 1933, The Way of All Women discusses topics such as work, marriage, motherhood, old age, and women's relationships with family, friends, and lovers. Dr. Harding, who was best known for her work with women and families, stresses the need for a woman to work toward her own wholeness and develop… Read More

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  9. The Wise Old Man

    The Wise Old Man

    Healing through Inner Images

    • by
    • Pieter Middelkoop
    The inner world of the imagination, with its own unique events and cast of characters, is active in most people, but many lose touch with it in their absorption with external life. Pieter Middlekoop shows how this dreamlike inner world can be entered deliberately while awake in order to gain self-knowledge and resolve conflicts. The book presents accounts of several people who entered the imaginal world by means of a… Read More

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  10. Women's Mysteries

    Women's Mysteries

    Ancient and Modern

    • by
    • Esther Harding
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