Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, c1991.
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110 p.; 22 cm
This feeling-intuitive approach to physical illness vividly illustrates the symbolic attitude and active imagination with the body. Refreshingly candid, Body and Soul reflects a life well and truly lived in relation to the Self and the process of individuation.
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