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From the best-selling author of 'Transformation' and 'Owning Your Own Shadow', a practical four-step approach to using dreams and the imagination for a journey of inner transformation.
In his groundbreaking works 'He, She', and 'We', pioneering Jungian analyst Robert Johnson showed us how to better understand each other using mythic archetypes. In 'Inner Work', he provides a four-step way to bring our conscious and unconscious selves together, immeasurably enriching our life experience.
Providing an understanding of dream symbols and images, Johnson leads us through a ceremony that translates the dream into a memorable physical experience. Working with the power of the active imagination, we begin to develop a relationship between the conscious and unconscious minds, resulting in what is often a central transformative experience.
Through inner work, this direct, powerful way of approaching the inner world of the unconscious, our dreams and imagination can be transformed into an active, creative part of our lives. Robert Johnson enables us each to search the hidden depths of our own unconscious to find the extraordinary strengths and resources that wait to be discovered there.
Robert A. Johnson is the author of 'He, She, We, Ecstasy', and 'Femininity Lost and Regained'.
Robert A. Johnson is a noted lecturer and Jungian analyst in private practice in San Diego, California.
I'm enjoying every minute. Of this book 10\10 I would recommend. To any one interested. In this subject, its a eye opening subject for any one to get in toPublished 3 months ago by sacha quine
After having had a recurring dream for about two years, I finally decided to do something about it. Got this book, applied it, including the ritual stuff at the end, and the dreams... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jane Rogers
Brilliant overview of Jung's work, that I've been meaning to check out since the 1970s. Not all that easy to read thoughPublished 11 months ago by graeme donald
If you are a seeker after the meaning of existence, or your true nature, this is probably one of the most valuable aids you will come across to help you in your quest. Read morePublished 12 months ago by J F Ahern
Well laid out, not too long, explains clearly and provides a framework for dream interpretation. Massively better than the audio Beginners Guide to Dream Interpretation by another... Read morePublished 13 months ago by B J M