© 1990 – Routledge
Based on the Tavistock Lectures of 1930, one of Jung's most accessible introductions to his work.
`… These lectures and discussions will not only be appreciated by analyitical psychologists, but will also appeal to those who are interested in getting a vivid picture of Jung's personality. The liveliness of his language, with little use of technicial terms, makes the book rewarding and interesting reading.' - R. Strauss, Journal of Analytical Psychology
This book gives a very good exposition of Professor C.G. Jung's theories concerning the structure and contents of the ind, and of his three methods of investigation, viz. word association, dream analysis and active imagination. The five lectures make lively reading and about with pithy or witty statements.' - I. Atkin, British Journal of Psychiatry
I strongly recommend this book to those who have been wont to take their Jung in dilute or second-hand form. It repays the pereverence it needs. - Changes