The best part is that it is a relatively easy to understand book.
The book's editor, Jungian analyst Joan Chodorow PhD, has done a marvelous job of assembling all the relevant material from Jung's collected works.
Order springs out of chaos when you are armed with the knowledge of this book and are at a loss to explain the behavior of yourself and others.
Students of Jung, students of psychotherapy, students of psychology (and none of us ever stops being a student at some level) cannot afford to miss this excellent collection. Read morePublished 20 days ago by A. Chesnut
I've been a student of Jung for a long time. I can't in all honesty say how a novice might find this material. I find it more useful all the time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donald
Astounding self healing through confrontation of the self.Published 4 months ago by Alan E. Pottinger
If you are interested in art, psychology, creativity and obviously Art Therapy, this is a must.Published 4 months ago by Doly Mallet Flores
I was made aware of this book in a academic work that I read. The insights gained in this book is for everyday life and applicable.Published 7 months ago by Peet de Lange
Well chosen texts providing an excellent summary of Jung's exploration of active imagination through his process and encounters.
A valuable asset to music and arts therapists
It was not up to past readings of Jung's material..this book consisted mainly of lectures on patient's experiences with active imagination and a beginning description of the well... Read morePublished 11 months ago by joan powers
is an excellent and complete revision of junguian active imagination and a very good introduction for beginners and scholars alsoPublished 12 months ago by hector anastasia
If you are looking for a very interesting compilation of Jung's writing on Active Imagination, this is a good book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Alison McLennan