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Encounter With the Self: A Jungian Commentary on William Blake's Illustrations of the Book of Job


Publisher:Inner City Books



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From the author's preface: "There is in the unconscious a transpersonal center of latent consciousness. The discovery of this center, which Jung called the Self (and which empirically cannot be distinguished from the God-image), is like the discovery of extraterrestrial intelligence. Man is no longer alone in the psyche and in the cosmos. The vicissitudes of life take on new and enlarged meaning ... At first, the encounter with the Self is indeed a defeat for the ego; but with perseverance, light is born fromthe darkness. One meets the "Immortal One" who wounds and heals, who casts down and raises up, who makes small and makes large - in a word, the One who makes whole."

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