Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, c1986.
172 p.; 22 cm
Explores Biblical lore as a self-revelation of the objective psyche and a rich compendium of archetypal images representing humanity's successive encounters with the numinosum (a.k.a. God, the Self, etc.) Many examples from dreams and more than forty years of clinical practice.
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