New York : J.P. Tarcher/Putnam, 1991.
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xxv, 333 p.; 24 cm
This work constitutes a rare and valuable contribution to a radically different way of approaching physical illness and suffering. Only archetypal medicine, it seems, recognizes that there can be health only when there is also illness. Illness represents one of the primary ways in which the forgotten, sleeping soul awakens itself by falling into body.
LibraryThing member MarcyWinograd
Essayists from Jung to Bly examine the dark side, both on an individual and collective level.This is a book that can be re-read throughout one's life to gain greater insight into the shadow side and to diffuse threats to global peace.
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