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Dreams of a Woman: An Analyst's Inner Journey

Moon, Sheila

 This autobiographical work spans 70 years and is an account of the individuation process in a woman who is a Jungian analyst. Moon sets the stage in the Preface, when she states: "I am not writing an autobiography in any usual sense. I am going to try to trace and describe the voyage of one small but singular ship across the vast reaches of inner space, describing in part where it went, the times it almost foundered in storms or went aground on rocks or was boarded by enemies, the times it put in to sheltering bays, found supplies in unexpected places, and how its crew fared during these long years" (p. xii). The important role played by dreams in personal integration and growth is illustrated by their frequent occurrence throughout the book. Reading about the recurrent images leading to self-realization in this individual may assist others by example to follow their own dreams and find their own means of integration.
Publisher Information:Boston, MA: Sigo Press, 1983. 207p. 13 illus
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