"Scott Hill's brilliant book presents a sophisticated analysis of how psychedelic experiences may be understood from the standpoint of Jung's archetypal psychology."- Ralph Metzner, author of The Unfolding Self "A perceptive and creative interface between the thought of Carl Jung and contemporary psychedelic research, now in its rebirth, by a scholar who skilfully articulates a profound comprehension of both realms of knowledge." - William A. Richards, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine "The Jungian insights Dr. Hill provides here are invaluable for clinicians working with acute psychedelic crises and the integration of difficult psychedelic experiences. They also shed light on the robust archetypal dynamics of all psychological transformation." - David Lukoff, Co-President of the Association of Transpersonal Psychology br>"A landmark study ... timely, impeccably researched, and wisely conceived." - Sean Kelly, author of Individuation and the Absolute: Hegel, Jung, and the Path Toward Wholeness
About the Author
Scott J. Hill, Ph. D., lives in Sweden, where he conducts scholarly research on the intersection between psychedelic studies and Jungian psychology. He holds degrees in psychology from the University of Minnesota and in philosophy and religion from the California Institute of Integral Studies.