What Jung Really Said

What Jung Really Said

Author: Bennet, E.A.
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For Carl Gustav Jung, analysis was a spiritual quest to come to terms with oneself, to accept oneself, and to become, as far as possible, the person which it was intended one should be. His emphasis on the spiritual aspects of human nature, his view of the meaning of dreams, and his opinion on the importance of subjective experience brought him into conflict with his mentor, Sigmund Freud. In this exposition, his friend and colleague E.A. Bennet introduces readers to the thought of Carl Gustav Jung in the context of his life and work.
Book Title What Jung Really Said
Author Bennet, E.A.
For Carl Gustav Jung, analysis was a spiritual quest to come to terms with oneself, to accept oneself, and to become, as far as possible, the person which it was intended one should be. His emphasis on the spiritual aspects of human nature, his view of the meaning of dreams, and his opinion on the importance of subjective experience brought him into conflict with his mentor, Sigmund Freud. In this exposition, his friend and colleague E.A. Bennet introduces readers to the thought of Carl Gustav Jung in the context of his life and work.