Boston, Mass. : Shambhala : Distributed in the U.S. by Random House, 1991.
174 p.; 22 cm
This book was one of the first works made available to a general readership on the subject of Active Imagination—a technique developed by C. G. Jung in which the imaginal world is entered deliberately while awake in order to gain self-knowledge and resolve conflicts. In it, Rix Weaver presents an account of her work of Active Imagination with one of her analysands—a process that began with a dream and yielded a personal myth, recounted here with amplification and commentary.
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