Necessary Losses (audio)

Type: Media
Price: $10.00


An Introduction to the Life of Carl Jung Towards the end of his life, Jung was pressured to write his autobiography which he declined to do; however, he did agree to speak aloud his recollections which were in turn recorded and edited by his secretary Aniela Jaffe. In this memoir, Jung speaks of his formative experiences in childhood, his encounters with Freud, his mid-life turbulence, his travels, and his late thoughts on time, death, and immortality. At the millennium, Time Magazine identified "Memories, Dreams, Reflections" as one of the great works of the spirit for the entire twentieth century. These four lecture/discussions offer a chance to get an overview of Jung’s life and contributions as well as provide a forum for an interactive exchange between instructor and class. Recommended reading: Memories, Dreams, Reflections, C.G. Jung 4 classes on 7 CDs, or instant access by MP3 download, recorded in the fall of 2016.

James Hollis, PhD
Neon CRM by Neon One

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