Synopses & Reviews
C. G. Jung opened up a whole new world exploring the psychology of individuation. His research appealed to a group of people who resonated to his exploration of the archetypal world, and to the very personal process of individuation. Among his most ardent followers were a group of women who came to him to be healed, and who worked closely with his ideas. These women were very different, and they didn't necessarily like each other, but they had the courage to explore both the need for a spiritual link with a man like Jung, and their own deepest feminine roots. For this book, Maggy Anthony interviewed people close to these women and respectfully shares their stories with modern readers who want to understand Jung and the impact his ideas had while he was learning, and living, his work.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-135) and index.