New Haven [CT] : Yale University Press, 1938.
131 p.; 21 cm
LibraryThing member timbrown5
A bit over my head, but I caught as much of it as I could. It talks about specific people's dreams and the symbolism involved, the seaming neccessity of a higher power in the psyche, different methods throughout time of respecting the animus (inner woman,) gnosticism and it's later cousin alchemy. If it makes life richer he said, why not live "by the grace of God."
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