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Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung
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So difficult for me to get through, honestly. I'm not a psych major or terribly interested in psychology and my professor at BYU tries to make all of Mormon theology fit within the confines of jungian philosophy - not the way I prefer to see my religion. It took me forever to read and gave me some killer headaches trying to think through it all. The concepts of jungian philosophy are not very linear of easy to pull out of this text as was demanded of me as a student.

Interestingly, I did find myself paying more attention to my dreams and remembering really random stuff from my youth when I thought hard about it. I also realized that the way children's minds work is slightly complex and a little frightening to me.

Overall interesting book but not for casual reading and if you're interested in jung, I'd read someone else explaining him rather than himself. :)
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