From the Life and Work of C.G. Jung

From the Life and Work of C G Jung Aniela Jaff was given permission to quote from Jung s highly personal Red Book She does so in her essay on Jung s creative phases Shortly before her death the author also updated expanded her long fa

  • Title: From the Life and Work of C.G. Jung
  • Author: Aniela Jaffé
  • ISBN: 9780340125151
  • Page: 420
  • Format: None
  • Aniela Jaff was given permission to quote from Jung s highly personal Red Book She does so in her essay on Jung s creative phases Shortly before her death, the author also updated expanded her long famous article addressing the National Socialism accusations leveled against Jung.PrefaceParapsychology Experience and TheoryOccultism and SpiritualismSynchronistic PheAniela Jaff was given permission to quote from Jung s highly personal Red Book She does so in her essay on Jung s creative phases Shortly before her death, the author also updated expanded her long famous article addressing the National Socialism accusations leveled against Jung.PrefaceParapsychology Experience and TheoryOccultism and SpiritualismSynchronistic PhenomenaAlchemyC.G Jung and National Socialism From Jung s Last Years

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    1. This book was given me by the parents of a fellow student at Grinnell College. One of them, Kieffer Frantz, the father as I recall, was an analytical psychologist in California and their daughter had apparently told them that one of her friends was aspiring to become a depth psychologist himself. In any case, it was a very kind gesture. I very much liked the three of them, but am still surprised when now, pulling the water-damaged edition off the shelf, I find that not only did they inscribe it, [...]

    2. Found this little gem in my local library. Who'd've thought 10,000 miles from Zurich I would find a little known out-of-print book on Jung that hadn't been checked out in decades. I'm guessing. This little Michigan town does surprise me, literary and intellectual snob that I am. This is a small book but compact with information and articulation of two of Jung's most important contributions to the social science field: alchemy and archetypes. The last two essays comprising the book are more perso [...]

    3. Wisdom from a ValkyrieI am always surprised by the deep wisdom of Aniela Jaffe. She was one of the three women who learned directly from Jung. This book is so deep it takes more than one reading to fathom. But you will not find this wisdom elsewhere.

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