"In a way one might say that this book ought not to have been published, because it gives away the essential secrets of psychotherapy and is from the pen of one of the great masters of the art."--Alan Watts
"It is so deep and so rich and so lucid."--Anais Nin
While the revised & updated edition is excellent, I'd also recommend reading the original 1972 edition if you can find it.
This is by far the best comprehensive book on Jungian psychology and I have read many books on the subject as well as much of Jung's own writing.
While I have read other Jungian analysts such as Jaffe and Edinger, Singer takes the cake with this one, in my humble opinion!
This is a readable book to help understand Jung's theories by a practicing analyst.Published 1 month ago by Active Senior
I purchased this book, because I have always found Jung’s Analytical Psychology, and the themes and ideas that it works with to be very compelling. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. Ridgeway
I was assigned this book to read many years ago for a colloquium on Jungian psychology, and never read it, so I thought I would read this newer version. Read morePublished 4 months ago by 2215bee
I thought this was going to be another boring stodgy book about psychiatry, but Ms. Singer did an excellent job of breaking down Carl Jung's work into understandable bites of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Roemer
still the most clear and comprehensible book on Jung I've read. I always recommend it. Tells the basic story of where he came from, the fundamental differences between Jung and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by David Todd
This is by far the best comprehensive book on Jungian psychology and I have read many books on the subject as well as much of Jung's own writing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mark Levy