The Illustrated Encyclopedia Of Signs & Symbols: Identification and Analysis Of The Visual Vocabulary That Formulates Our Thoughts And Dictates Our Reactions To The World Around Us

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Lorenz Books, 2005 - Reference - 256 pages
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The book intends to show the importance and meaning of some signs and symbols. This book is structured thematically, some symbols are complemented and contrasted, giving a guide to the cross cultural element. There are also feature spread and images on some symbols - including the wheel, the cross, the male and female genitalia, the gateway and the tree of life.

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Review: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Signs and Symbols: Identification, Analysis and Interpretation of the Visual Codes and the Subconscious Language That ... and Describes Our Thoughts and Emotions

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Visual Communications throughout the ages and land! Read full review

Review: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Signs and Symbols: Identification, Analysis and Interpretation of the Visual Codes and the Subconscious Language That ... and Describes Our Thoughts and Emotions

User Review  - Regina - Goodreads

Although it was a great general overview of many different cultural and religious symbols and archetypes, I was leery that no sources or references were ever cited for the information given. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
SYMBOLS OF SPIRITUALITY
36
SYMBOLS AND THE MIND
50
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About the author (2005)

Mark O'Connell has 25 years of experience working in intensive psychotherapies with men, women, couples, and teenagers. He teaches at Harvard Medical School and Cambridge Hospital. He is the author of The Good Father and appears regularly on the Fox New England network. He has also appeared on NPR and other radio programs

Raje Airey is a well-known writer and editor who specializes in holistic healthcare. She has studied meditation in India and is well versed in a range of traditional healing methods. She is also a practicing counselor accredited by the British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy.

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