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The Not-Yet Transformed God: Depth Psychology and the Individual Religious Experience
Dallett, Janet O.
Nicholas Hays / out-of-print pb / 1998-10-01 / 0892540427
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160 pages
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Whether or not a person is conscious of the images and energies of divinity, there seems to be a fundamental human tendency to believe in and even sacrifice oneself to something larger than the small, personal life. We need to feel that our lives are valuable and meaningful. Janet Dallett discusses some of C. G. Jung's most difficult and far-reaching ideas in a personal and conversational voice, and allows the reader to "feel" synchronicity, individuation, and numinosity. --- from the publisher

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