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The sacred heritage: the influence of shamanism on analytical psychology

By: Sandner, Donald F., ed
Contributor(s): Wong, Steven H., ed
Material type: TextTextNew York/London Routledge c1997Description: xx, 277p; bib. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-415-91516-3Subject(s): Shamanism | Animals--Symbolic aspects | Jungian psychology | Dream interpretationAbstract: These essays describe 'the many facets shamanism and analytical psychology have in common; animal symbolism; recognition of the reality of the collective unconscious; and healing rituals.'
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Dreams -- Animals In : Kounin, J.: The clinical use of animals in dreams; Vuksinick, L.: Serpent fire arousal: its clinical relevance; McRae, C.: Learning to listen: a snake calls me to a shamanic path, p91-100; p101-110; p157-161.. Analytical Psychology and Dreams : Kounin, J.: The clinical use of animals in dreams; Vuksinick, L.: Serpent fire arousal: its clinical relevance; McRae, C.: Learning to listen: a snake calls me to a shamanic path, p91-100; p101-110; p157-161.

Foreword by Linda Schierse Leonard.

These essays describe 'the many facets shamanism and analytical psychology have in common; animal symbolism; recognition of the reality of the collective unconscious; and healing rituals.'

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