The Undiscovered Self
ISBN: 0691018944
EAN13: 9780691018942
Language: English
Pages: 158
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.4" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Scratching the surface with Carl Jung
Jung's work entitled The Undiscovered Self asks the question : what is our unconscious? He follows with other great questions, such as : What is our unconscious for? We don 't study the human psyche to this day. We plow it and ignore it with our pursuit of money and power. A fascinating study of who we are really.
   There much to think about in this 100 pages.
A deeply philosophical book that is an easy read. Though written many years ago, its universal truths speak easily to our current times and struggle between the character and needs of society versus the individual. This book helps you find new perspectives that will add to the wisdom of your life.
   Running on Automatic
I am confident that many neurologists would have enjoyed a long discussion with Carl Jung if he was still alive. I graduated recently from Harvard with a degree in Psychology. This book helps the reader appreciate the dimensions in the human experience that, like shadows in the night and mysteries that grow into angels, anomalies and demons, haunt most of us. Intuite contributions were often formed from his own introspection. His brutal integrity, lengthy self-examination, and passionate discussions with colleagues, helped both others and him to write about the importance of questioning all aspects of human behavior. The simplest of questions and some of the most complex are explored and answered in this book. I use it to test me and use it as reference text ''. Steven D. Brown is a Steven D. Brown associate. Utah's Ogden district is a sign of Indy.
The lost mind is the primitive Eden hidden within all of us that we seem to walk away from unwittingly.
   Forever Jung! His explanation of dreams, their symbols ...
His explanation of dreams, his symbols and content make me aback every time I read his work. I am a psychotherapist and his thoughts and methods are indispensable to me, more than any of the other classical schools of psychology.
   Not a physiologist
It was still a difficult book for a layman such as myself, but I thought rewarding so much so that I will continue to read Jung's works.
   Provocative and insightful
Our collective world needs Jung's knowledge to find and heal the wounds of its modern insanity. Jung speaks to those of us who have understood the urgency of admitting the human depths of the immeasurable psyche. And how ineffective is the simple human intellectual genius to navigate these depths, disconnected from our intuitive faculties.
   A Volume Sure To Please
A great pairing of Jungian materials in a single volume-Jung's critique of the worst government as it is counter to the potential of the individual and Jung's approach to dream work, a must for anyone aspiring to a deeper understanding of self, even in the 21st century, where such understanding remains rare.