Some of Jung's best writings of any kind, not just on active imagination. I must read it again at least once though. The veins are so vast of Jung's best.Published 20 days ago by Craig M. Nelson
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 7 months ago by Allegra C.
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 9 months ago by Donald
Astounding self healing through confrontation of the self.Published 10 months ago by Alan E. Pottinger
If you are interested in art, psychology, creativity and obviously Art Therapy, this is a must.Published 10 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 14 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 17 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 19 months ago by hector anastasia