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The Tao of Jung The Way of Integrity (Paperback)

Author:  David Rosen
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0140195025
ISBN-13: 9780140195026
Sku: 30015823
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.5T
Pages:  224
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Author David Rosen theorises that Carl Jung was actually a Taoist. Offering a startling new interpretation of Jung's life and psychology, Rosen cites six crises in Jung's personal development to show parallels between Jung's natural world of the psyche and that of Taoist philosophy. A valuable resource for contemporary followers of Jung and of the Path. Photos throughout.
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Author David Rosen theorises that Carl Jung was actually a Taoist. Offering a startling new interpretation of Jung's life and psychology, Rosen cites six crises in Jung's personal development to show parallels between Jung's natural world of the psyche and that of Taoist philosophy. A valuable resource for contemporary followers of Jung and of the Path. Photos throughout.
This startling new interpretation of Jung's life and psychology is based on the insight that he was essentially a Taoist. Drawing on Jung's own letters, aphorisms, and other writings, David Rosen examines six crises in Jung's personal development, from childhood revelations and youthful rebellions to his break with Freud and his later work with the I Ching. Rosen discovers many parallels between Jung's natural world of the psyche and that of Taoist philosophy: the integration of opposites; the Great Mother as the origin of all things; the I Ching and synchronicity; the Way of Integrity and individuation; and the need to release the ego and surrender to the Self or Tao. As an increasing number of people turn to Eastern philosophy as a means of handling the many stresses of an increasingly confounding world, this illuminating introduction to both Taoism and Jungian thought provides a valuable spiritual resource for contemporary followers of the Path.
A book comparing Carl Jung's natural world of the psyche to Taoist philosophy explores an integration of opposites--such as shadow/persona, yin/yang, dark/light, feminine/masculine, and the I Ching and synchronicity among others. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo.
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A revealing interpretation of Jung's life and psychology, modeled on the classic "Tao Te Ching". It draws on Jung's letters, aphorisms, and other writings, and traces the six crises of his personal development, including his break with Freud and his later work with the "I Ching".

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