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Animal Life in Nature, Myth and Dreams

By: Elizabeth Caspari

$65.00

This book is a study of animals – their natural history, mythology, folklore and religious significance around the world as well as their role in our lives, dreams and everyday language.

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This book is a study of animals – their natural history, mythology, folklore and religious significance around the world as well as their role in our lives, dreams and everyday language. It examines the symbolic impact animals have on our collective culture, particularly on our own personal and interior lives. This book is intended for anyone interested in the actual behavior and nature of animals and the world we live in, and presents a good deal of ethological and mythological material. It is meant to be more than a mere compilation of facts. Caspari’s is a holistic approach to the world. By contemplating the significance of our fellow creatures, and how everything in our universe is linked, it is the author’s hope that we can have a more whole, and more healing view of the world.

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Publisher:Chiron Publications
Edition:1st Edition
Binding:Hardcover
Volume(s):1
About the Author:Elizabeth Caspari taught seminars on “Art, Dreams, and Creativity” and produced art works in diverse media. She studied painting at the Art Students League in New York and worked in psychology with Aniela Jaffé, James Hillman, Nathan Schwartz-Salant, and Montague Ullman. She was a member of the faculty of the New School for Social Research and gave workshops in animal mask making at the University of Albuquerque. Her combined interests in art and Jungian psychology led to her work in art therapy. For the last twenty years of her life, her major professional interest was the mythology and natural life of animals. Elizabeth Caspari died in July 2005.
Product Dimensions:7 x 0.8 x 10 inches
Pages:350
Publication Date:June 1, 2003