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This book is basically an autobiography and it is very dense reading.
As I began to read this book I immediately noticed that I was relating to things in Jung's life that I have never been able to express to other people.
Memories, Dreams, Reflections is ultimately a very interesting exploration of Jung's psyche.
This is a semi-autobiography by the psychologist/philosopher, Carl Jung. Although as a biography it has many layers running through it. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Francis O'Neill
One of my top five favorite books. Ever. Jung on display. He said in the past he didn't want a biography written, before this biography was written, because he didn't want his work... Read morePublished 1 month ago by August Hock
A bit less insight than I had hoped, having just finished two of his others, but still a great read!Published 1 month ago by Thomas J. Chavez
This is the autobiography of a great man; but unfortunately it was written by a great, old man, and oft I wondered if I was simply reading the wandering thoughts of such a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Privacy Concerns
In this memoir Jung does not pull any punches about where he comes from, where he is, or where he sees himself being or going. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Witchypoo
This autobiography is a must if you are interested in Jung. Many anecdotes and pieces of information helping to understand his development.Published 3 months ago by Serious shopper
I am not a psychologist or therapist professional, but I have been a seeker in understanding my own psyche, and this is a rare treat into the life, mind and subconscious of a great... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Aquus
So impressed with Jung's mind and sense of certainty. I can see so clearly how affected the collective mind of today.Published 5 months ago by Rick DiClemente