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Author: Neil Russack
ISBN13: 978-0919123984
Title: Animal Guides in Life, Myth and Dreams (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts, 97)
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Publisher: Inner City Books (January 31, 2002)
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Animal Guides in Life, Myth and Dreams (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts, 97) by Neil Russack



Animal Guides: In Life, . .has been added to your Cart. Neil Russack has given us a beautiful and moving narrative of his experience of animals-dogs, waterbirds, deer, whales, snakes, elephants, elk, geese, frogs, dolphins, horses & many more-teasing out their psychological meaning through the use of mythology, poetry, dreams and case materials. In harmony with Jung's theory of the collective unconscious, he places his animals each in an archetypal setting represented by the traditional four elements is made possible by another archetype, which is the initiatory act of going into the unconscious. I gained lots from reading this book and it inspired me to explore animal symbolism further in myself and in my clients' work. One person found this helpful.

This is title no. 97 in the series Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts. Neil Russack has given us a beautiful and moving narrative of his experience with animals, teasing out their psychological meaning through the use of mythology, poetry, dreams, and case material.

Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts Reading Animal Guides is a participation in this exploration, the further one reads, the deeper the bond established by the raw personal sharing that the author has the courage to include. The world is indeed welcomed by this once-lonely young man, now a Jungian analyst in San Francisco, as story after instructive anecdote about all manner of people is presented. Animal Guides appear to shepherd these seeking dreamers along their way - disappearing once they find pasture. Birds fly away, deer slip quietly back into forests green, and dolphins plunge to deeper depths, perhaps to guide the next.

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The Inner Journey: Lectures and Essays on Jungian Psychology (Studies in Jungian Psychology By Jungian Analysts). Jung: His Myth in Our Time was originally published in 1975 by the . Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology, New York. First published in 1972 in German by Verlag Huber & Co. Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Franz, Marie-Louise von, 1915 . Jung: his myth in our time (Studies in Jungian psychology by Jungian analysts; 77) Facsim. Ed. Originally translated 1972 from: . Jung: Sein Mythos im unserer Zeit. Every primitive medicine man depends on his visions and dreams; every hunter knows about supernatural promptings and hunches; every genuinely religious person has at some time or other during his life had such inner experiences.

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Ever since Paleolithic people learned to draw animal forms on the walls of caves, we human have shown a mixed reaction to the animal world On the one hand we have worshiped animals as if they were gods, and on the other treated them as personal possessions to be loved and cared for. Neil Russack has given us a beautiful and moving narrative of his experience of animals-dogs, waterbirds, deer, whales, snakes, elephants, elk, geese, frogs, dolphins, horses & many more-teasing out their psychological meaning through the use of mythology, poetry, dreams and case materials. In harmony with Jung's theory of the collective unconscious, he places his animals each in an archetypal setting represented by the traditional four elements is made possible by another archetype, which is the initiatory act of going into the unconscious. CONTENTS: 1) Isolation & Alienation 2) Animal Healing (Soul, Energy, Guardian, Body & Guide) 3) Through the Gate of the Snake 4) Initiation by Water (Octopus & Spiral * Waterbird *Geese * Duck, Goose & Heron * Frog * Dolphins * Whales 5) Initiation by Earth (Elephants * Deer & Elk * Boar * Horses) 6) Initiation by Fire (Imagination and Transcendence * Fire Dragon & Unicorn * Death Dragon * The Phoenix & the 1995 Pt. Reyes Fire * Guerranero, Dream Animal * Osprey * Owl 7) Returning Home (Town, Nature, the Human World * Animals in My Office)
Reviews: 2
Kefym
This is a book with depth, knowledge, humour and soul. The author communicates the richness of animal symbolism and the complexity of meaning that it brings to the therapy and people's lives. Writing about symbolic work touches on the different layers of therapists' feeling, and Neil Russack shows such a wonderful level of thoughtfullness, warmth and relatedness. I gained lots from reading this book and it inspired me to explore animal symbolism further in myself and in my clients' work.
Ceck
If you're looking for a good, fun animal guide/dream book, this is NOT your book. If you're looking for an expansion of Jungian theory and some self-agrandizing from the author, you've come to the right place.