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Science of the Soul: A Jungian Perspective (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts)

By: Edward F. Edinger

$25.00

Inner City Books is proud to present these five meaty essays by the late dean of American Jungian analysts. Overall, they trace the spiritual effects of the slow evolution of modern consciousness and the relatively recent discovery of the unconscious

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Inner City Books is proud to present these five meaty essays by the late dean of American Jungian analysts. Overall, they trace the spiritual effects of the slow evolution of modern consciousness and the relatively recent discovery of the unconscious. Once modern individuals begin the life-long dialogue with the complexes and archetypes, life changes utterly. There is no going back to a life lived only on the surface.

According to C.G. Jung, “Whoever knows God has an effect on him.” Thus, our efforts to broaden and deepen our individual consciousness is no small event. We are changed, but so too is the God-image. This is the essence of the science of the soul.

This is the fifteenth Edinger title to be published in this series. The many readers who have appreciated his other books will be delighted with this one.

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Publisher:Inner City Books
Binding:Paperback
Volume(s):1
About the Author: Edward F. Edinger. M.D. (1922-1998), was well known for his many lectures and writings on the application of Jungian psychology, including his psychological commentaries on the Bible and his invaluable guides to the understanding of Jung's major works: The Mysterium Lectures and the Aion Lectures.
Product Dimensions:8 x 0.5 x 8.8 inches
Pages:128
Publication Date:November 1, 2002