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Animal guides in life, myth and dreams : an analyst's notebook

By: Russack, Neil
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts: 97)Toronto, ON Inner City Books c2002Description: 222p.; ill.; bibliog. notes; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0919123988Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Animals--Symbolic aspects | TotemsLOC classification: BF173 .R88 2002
Contents:
Foreword - Joseph L. Henderson. 1 Isolation and alienation. 2 Animal healing. 3 Through the gate of the snake. 4 Initiation by water. 5 Initiation by earth. 6 Initiation by fire. 7 Returning home
Abstract: '...a beautiful narrative of his experience of animals, adding his psychologcal commentary to this ancient tradition. In harmony with Jung's theory of the collective unconscious, he places his animals each in an archetypal setting represented by the traditional four elements: air, earth, water and fire. The means by which he describes these elements is made possible by another archetype, which is the initiatory act of going into the unconscious.' --Foreword
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Foreword by Joseph L. Henderson.

Foreword - Joseph L. Henderson. 1 Isolation and alienation. 2 Animal healing. 3 Through the gate of the snake. 4 Initiation by water. 5 Initiation by earth. 6 Initiation by fire. 7 Returning home

'...a beautiful narrative of his experience of animals, adding his psychologcal commentary to this ancient tradition. In harmony with Jung's theory of the collective unconscious, he places his animals each in an archetypal setting represented by the traditional four elements: air, earth, water and fire. The means by which he describes these elements is made possible by another archetype, which is the initiatory act of going into the unconscious.' --Foreword

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