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The Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism: Western and Eastern…

by Radmila Moacanin

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The Essence of Jung's Psychology and Tibetan Buddhism illuminates two very different yet remarkably similar traditions. Radmila Moacanin touches on many of their major ideas: the collective unconscious and karma, archetypes and deities, the analyst and the spiritual friend, and mandalas. Within Tibetan Buddhism she focuses on tantra and relates its emphasis on spiritual transformation, also a major concern of Jung. This expanded edition includes new material on the integration of the two traditions, and the importance of these paths of the heart in today's unsteady world.

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