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Psychological Perspectives #49-1: Inner Truth


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About the Artist: R. B. Kitaj by Nancy Mozur
Face Value by Miles Beller
In Memory of Jack Sanford


  1. Evolutionary Jungian Psychology by Bruce J. MacLennan
  2. “Window on Eternity” or The Secret of the Golden Flower: A Personal Amplification by Patricia Damery
  3. Softening the Heart: Gilda Frantz at Almost 80 by Robert S. Henderson
  4. The I Ching‘s Psychology of Heart and Jungian Analysis by Shen Heyong, Gao Lan, and Theo A. Cope
  5. Muddled Mild of Motherhood by Katherine M. Sanford
  6. The Cane Is Crying: Notes on Katrina by Constance E. Romero
  7. Cultural Complexes and the Transmission of Group Traumas in Ev eryday Life by Samuel Kimbles
  8. Anxiety and Creativity by Meredith Oenning-Hodgson


  1. Mike/Spring by Judith Capurso
  2. Stillness into Styorm by Ben Wilensky
  3. Momma in the Ground by Ben Wilensky
  4. The Plum Line by Kathryn Ugoretz
  5. Little Witch by Phyllis Stowell Travis
  6. Her Livingroom by Phyllis Stowell Travis
  7. When Fish Go Deep by S. R. Grosslight
  8. A Visit From the World to Come by Naomi Ruth Lowinsky

Book Reviews

  1. The Irish Bull God: Image of Multiform and Integral Masculinity. (2004). Written by Sylvia Brinton Perera.
    Reviewed by Richard E. Messer
  2. A Guide to the Books of James Hollis.
    Reviewed by Robin Roberston
  3. Transparencies. (2003). Written by Carolyn Grassi.
    Reviewed by Darlene Lasher
  4. The Use of Dreams in Couple Counseling. (2005). Written by Renee Nell.
    Reviewed by Ann Walker
  5. Between Losing and Finding: The Life of an Analyst. (2004). Written by Fred Plaut.
    Reviewed by Jeanine Roose
  6. Creative Envy: The Rescue of One of Civilization’s Major Forces. (2003). Written by Carlos Amadeus Botelho Byington.
    Reviewed by Chie Lee

Film Review

  1. A History of Violence.
    Reviewed by Joyce King Heyraud
Publisher:The C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles
Product Dimensions:6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Publication Date:2006