The Wisdom of Carl Jung
Citadel Press, 2003 - 230 pages
One of the greatest psychological thinkers of modern times, Jung's ideas about inner growth, wholeness, aging, spirituality, parenting, and mystical experience have revolutionized the way we think. The Wisdom of Carl Jung celebrates his visionary pursuits in mythology, alchemy, comparative religion, and the exploration of ancient systems of knowledge such as Taoism, the I Ching, Yoga, Hindu meditation, and Kabbalah. In this seminal addition to the Wisdom series, Jung allows readers to contemplate his fascinating ideas for themselves.
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Jungs View of His Own Work
Childhood Children and Parenting
The Personal Is Also Global
Love Sex and Intimacy
Religion Myth and Philosophy
The Font of Mysticism
Education Social Change
List of Sources
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