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Lady of the Hare : Being a Study in the Healing Power of Dreams

Baker & Taylor

Lady of the Hare : Being a Study in the Healing Power of Dreams

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This work is the first document relating to the practice of analytical Jungian psychology that gives a true case history in the sense that it attempts to record in detail the analyst's own part in the process as well as the patient's part. The analysis focuses on dreams and the hare as archetype. Jungian analysis, with its interest in deep symbolism and dreams, provides an ideal forum for complex interaction between analyst and patient. This classic work demonstrates the potential of an approach whose strengths are only now beginning to be recognized.