The archetypal symbolism of animals : lectures given at the C.G. Jung Institute, Zurich, 1954-1958
/ Barbara Hannah ; edited by David Eldred.
- Wilmette, IL: Chiron Publications, 2006.
- Polarities of the psyche .
Ed. by David Eldred.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The archetypal symbolism of the cat, dog, and horse. -- The archetypal symbolism of the serpent. -- The archetypal symbolism of the lion. -- The archetypal symbolism of the bull and the cow
'To Hannah's previously published lectures on the cat, dog, and horse have been added material on the serpent, the lion, the cow, and the bull. These lectures illustrate how, in the light of consciousness, archetypal images of animals are positive and helpful, and how our animal nature can become the psychic source of renewal and natural wholeness.'
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