Book Reviews

As Within, So Without

Amazing how the old myth holds in our time: Malaise afflicts the land. Air, water and soil are poisoned and weaken those who depend on them.

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Novelist and Analyst Search the Japanese Psyche

So intriguing to me was Haruki Murakami's Wind-Up Bird Chronicle that I found myself reading it for a second time (all 607 pages), just months after my initial encounter with the book.

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Joy, Inspiration, and Hope by Verena Kast

Verena Kast grew up in a farming village in Switzerland. I imagine her as a basically happy, animated, and optimistic child playing, singing, and being in contact with the earth and its animals, herbs, and flowers.

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Archetype of the Apocalypse: A Jungian Study of the Book of Revelation

Edward F. Edinger, the late, renowned Jungian Analyst and scholar has written an important book that should be read by all politicians, not just theologians and Jungians.

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John Haule. The Love Cure: Therapy Erotic and Sexual

John Haule's provocatively titled The Love Cure: Therapy Erotic and Sexual is sure to pique anyone's interest.

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