This book, collected and edited by Judith Harris, is an essential introduction for those studying Jung and the Jungian tradition. It presents hundreds of the most representative selections from the vast array of Jung’s books, essays, correspondence, lectures, seminars and interviews and quotes also from the celebrated Red Book.
Organised thematically it is easy to access and use. Pick the subject you are exploring such as dreams, the unconscious etc. and the readings are arranged so that the reader can follow the broad thread of Jung’s thought on these topics. A copy is now available in the library.
The serious problems in life, however, are never fully solved. If ever they should appear to be so it is a sure sign that something has been lost. The meaning and purpose of a problem seem to lie not in its solution but in our working at it incessantly. This alone preserves us from stultification and petrification.
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