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Teach Yourself Jung

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Learn about one of the 20th century's greatest minds When Carl Jung broke off from his mentor, Sigmund Freud, he began a new school of psychology, one that remains immensely popular today. Starting with his background and upbringing, Teach Yourself Jung leads you through the mind of Jung, teaching you about his exploration of mythology, dreams, visions, and fantasies. A ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 11th 2006 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published December 30th 2005)
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Sylphær
Jul 31, 2015 Sylphær rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Friend and friends.
Recommended to Sylphær by: myself
Ruth Snowden writes in a clear and easy to understand manner. She provides many relevant explanation of Jungian thoughts into daily task for easy to learn (Teach Yourself) manner.

Her book provides basic ideas but she also broadly explain in her writings in intelligent ways. The book itself is not enough to learn all of Jung's analytical psychology but it will give you a head start in seven days.

She is also involved with another Teach Yourself series, which provides more details and depth of the
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Angie
Jul 27, 2016 Angie rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Picked this book up to learn more about personas and archetypes but the book only makes a very brief passing mention of them. Finding myself having to go do more research. This book should be called a brief passing over of Jungian concepts in a day (the book is so short you could easily read it in a day).
Tim Pendry
Sep 09, 2008 Tim Pendry rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone interested in personal development
Shelves: psychology, mythology
A nice basic introduction to Jung's life and thinking. Recommended - although Frieda Fordham's 1953 classic, approved by the old man himself, might be more fruitful to the serious starter-student.
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