Your Golden Shadow: Discovering and Fulfilling Your Undeveloped Self
This empowering introduction to Jungian self-discovery reveals the "golden" side of our personality, the opportunites we often fail to see and develop. Offering powerful, inspiring techniques for recognizing our extraordinary potential, our "golden shadow", and making it work for us, Miller explains how to integrate the shadow into daily life and rediscover an exciting, creative way of living--Cover.
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Part One The Journey 1 The Story of Shadow
The Journey Inward
The Benefits of Knowing Yourself
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