Man and his symbols
Illustrated throughout with revealing images, this is the first and only work in which the world-famous Swiss psychologist explains to the layperson his enormously influential theory of symbolism as revealed in dreams.
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19th-century abstract Alfred Manessier Analytical Psychology ancient anima animal animus appears archetypal artist aspect attitude become called cave Christ Christian chthonic Collected Works vol concept conscious mind creative dark death demon Dionysus divine Dokumente dream dreamer Eleanor Bertine emotional Erich Neumann example experience expression fact fantasies fear feeling figure Franz Marc function Gayomart girl Henry Henry's Henry's dream hero myth human ideas images important initiation inner instance instincts interpretation Jung Jung's living man's mandala Max Ernst meaning meaningful modern art mother motif Mysterium Coniunctionis mystery Naskapi nature one's outer painting patient pattern Paul Klee person personification picture primitive process of individuation psyche psychic psychological reality realize religion religious represents rite ritual role scious seems sense shadow shows soul spirit stone symbols things thought tion tive uncon unconscious unconscious mind understand whole woman young