Meeting the shadow: the hidden power of the dark side of human nature

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J.P. Tarcher, 1991 - Philosophy - 335 pages
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The author offers exploration of self and practical guidance dealing with the dark side of personality based on Jung's concept of "shadow," or the forbidden and unacceptable feelings and behaviors each of us experience.

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Review: Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature (New Consciousness Reader)

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masterful and powerful info. I found this book full of insight into myself and a rich source of material for my writing. Read full review

Review: Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature (New Consciousness Reader)

User Review  - David Corbett - Goodreads

Jungian in bent, a much more interesting exploration of our propensity for damage than the Mark Larrimore volume, The Problem of Evil, and far less judgmental than The Criminal Mind or The Psychopathic Mind, or as self-help sappy as The Sociopath Next Door. Read full review

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About the author (1991)

Connie Zweig, Ph.D., is a Jungian-oriented counselor and non-denominational minister in Los Angeles. She is the coauthor of the bestselling "Meeting the Shadow" and "Romancing the Shadow," She has taught nationwide about human spirituality, religious abuse and disillusionment, and shadow-work.

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