New York : Crossroad, 1984.
Original publication date
155 p.; 24 cm
Examines the symbols which commonly appear in dreams and discusses how the interpretation of dreams can enrich life
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Being a slightly older book (written in the late 80s) some of the information or view of the information is somewhat, but not greatly so, outdated. A somewhat interesting book on Jung’s dream archetypes. The book doesn’t have a strictly, psychological feel to the book and instead brings in a lot of Christian-based references and motifs. Not bad, but I’ve read better on Jung’s work.
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