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Publisher: Inner City Books (1 Ma. The Lectures and essays are a very practical "down-to-earth" guide for those on the path of individuation. Illustrated and explained by dreams B. Hannah shows how important the Jungian Psychology is - especially in our modern days. 6 people found this helpful.

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....intro to Jung's work, with some interesting biographical info sprinkled here and there throughout these essays.
If I might raise two objections: describing Jung's spectrum model of mind, where the "red" end represents instinct and the "violet" end the archetypal psyche, Hannah says it is from the violet end that the "new consciousness" is to be formed. This sounds to me like the Christianistic bias toward spirit and against embodiment that Jung beat up on so often in his writings and seminars.
Speaking of Jung, Hannah mentions his rudeness and irritability toward her, then justifies it by saying it did her some kind of individuative good. This common Jungian excuse for being mean to people needs to be shelved in favor of taking personal responsibility for one's bad temper; in a fit of idealization, too many followers have passed off Jung's as though it were some sort of profound emanation from the unconscious. For more on this dynamic read up on Anna Freud's description of the defense known as "identification with the aggressor."
While most of the material is standard Jung and none of it is particularly deep or detailed, it's clearly written and to be recommended as a very basic introduction to classic Jungian thought.
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B.Hannah studied and worked together with C.G. Jung for more then 20 years. The Lectures and essays are a very practical "down-to-earth" guide for those on the path of individuation. Illustrated and explained by dreams B. Hannah shows how important the Jungian Psychology is - especially in our modern days. If somebody wants to understand the concept of Shadow, Ego, Animus and Anima - that the right book to start!