The Red Book by Carl G. Jung~ Jung’s Inner Universe Writ Large
We know the archetype; we cherish the myth. The hero, like the world around him, is in a state of crisis. And in seeking to restore himself and the shattered cosmos, he valiantly passes through a vale of despair, descending into darkness. He risks his life and psyche in perilous encounters with dreams or dragons and finally emerges into the light, spiritually transformed, ushering in a new age.
'The Red Book': A Window Into Jung's Dreams
The journal,16 years in the making, in which psychoanalyst Carl Jung documented his inner life was long hidden. After a painstaking translation and reproduction, it is finally available to the public.