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Beneath-xled: Exploring the Unconscious in Individuals

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BENEATH explains the WHY and the HOW of the deepest roots of human behaviour in a simple, comprehensible, but academically rigorous way to ordinary people. It offers a synthesis of depth psychology, without the jargon. It explains the logic of mental structuring and resultant behaviour, and it is in fact, fundamentally logical.

BENEATH will help ordinary individuals develop
Published February 1st 2013 by Moonshine Media
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Annalize van Deijl
Mar 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
This book about the subconscious is immensely interesting, well researched and beautifully bound with photos and graphics. However difficult the reading was sometimes, for someone not in the field of psychology but interested in it, I'm glad I read it.

There is a last chapter, like a practical exercise, that I'll do at a later stage and I'm glad I now know enough to apply it succesfully.

This book is a must, for anyone wanting to learn more about what the author calls 'depth psychology'.
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