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Lockhart, Russell Arthur (1938- )

Psyche speaks: a Jungian approach to self and world : the C.G. Jung Lectures, Inaugural Series: 1982 - Wilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1987 - xi, 130p.; notes; bibliog.; index - (Chiron monograph series: 1) .

Lectures sponsored by The C. G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, Inc., New York, NY.

1 Where madness is Psyche's only nurse. 2 Innocent ears and willing tongues. 3 Inner and outer as threads of one weaving

'...had its origin in a dream, in the dream's poem, and in a series of strange events....It is the author's sense that the failure in modern life to nurse psyche in ourselves and in others does, in fact, open the door to madness. Madness itself becomes nurse. The dream, the poem, and that day's events have led the author to work on the problem of how to nurture psychic development in our day....'

Paperback (Katerbound)

0-933029-22-5

87-18260


Active Imagination
Imagery (Psychology)
Dream interpretation
Psyche, Objective
Jungian psychology
Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
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