The world has long needed a down-to-earth book describing the psychology of C.G. Jung. This book fills that need. It gives a unified picture of Jung's thought, with an emphasis on its practical application to everyday life.
Jung's work bridges the gap between the spiritual and the scientific worlds. With this book, Dr. Robertson gives the reader a roadmap to the structure and dynamics of the collective unconcious. Once we start the processs of individuation, there is no turning back - from the Self we learn that the wholeness we seek is our essential nature. In the relationship between the conscious and unconscious, something new and truly creative emerges, and life becomes an adventure. This basic book about Jung will bring more people into the experience of his work.
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Robin Robertson is a clinical psychologist in the USA. He has published two previous books on Jungian psychology.
Introducing Jungian Psychology by Robin Robertson
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