With The riddles of the soul : depth psychology and anthroposophy by Hans Erhard Lauer.. Translated (c2002) by Magdalene Jaeckel from the German C.G. Jung und Rudolf Steiner: Konfrontation und synopse, c1990; and from Hans Erhard Lauer, Die ratsel der seele: tiefenpsychologie und anthroposophie, c1960, 1975.. Foreword by Robert Sardello.
Jung and Steiner - Gerhard Wehr. Preface. 1 Introducing the problem. 2 A biographical comparison. 3 Jung's Psychology of the Unconscious and Steiner's Lectures on Psychoanalysis. 4 Spiritual backgrounds. 5 Two images of the human being. 6 Steiner's "second self" and the unconscious. 7 Natural science as a starting point. 8 Forms of consciousness. 9 Soul and spirit. 10 Initiation and individuation. 11 Contrasts and similarities in East and West. 12 Allegations of Gnosticism. Appendices. 1 Mental health through spritual discipline. 2 Evil as shadow and double. 3 Androgeny. 4 Soul and spirit research as Praeambulum fidei. 5 Unus mundus and the cosmic Christ. Final remarks. Appendix: The riddles of the soul: depth psychology and anthroposophy; by Hans Erhard Lauer. Preface. 1 The riddles of the human soul in the light of depth psychology. 2 The riddles of the human soul in the light of anthroposophy. 3 Depth psychology and anthroposophy
'The different approaches of C.G. Jung, the explorer of soul, and Rudolf Steiner, the explorer of spirit, have never been fully brought together. How, putting these together, can a more holistic understanding of the human being be reached? Gerhard Wehr, who is both an Anthroposophist and a biographer of C.G. Jung, answers these questiong and explores what a psychology that comprehends both soul and spirit would begin to look like.'