Secret of the Golden Flower: A Chinese Book of Life 1955

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Kessinger Publishing, Feb 1, 2003 - Religion - 176 pages
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1955. The point of view established in this volume is that the spirit must lean on science as its guide in the world of reality, and that science must turn to the spirit for the meaning of life. This book lends us a new approach to the East, and it also strengthens the point of view evolving in the West with respect to the psyche. Wilhelm provides the reader with the text and explanation, while another section contains commentary by Jung.

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Jung’s marvelous commentary is balm for the writer’s psyche. He warns us against being enthralled to “… the secret objective of gaining power through words …” He explains how this ancient text ... Read full review

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For all the high-faluting analysis found in this book, the original texts deal with one thing and one thing only, and this is the use of meditation to create an 'individual spirit body' free of the ... Read full review

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