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Inner Gold: Understanding Psychological Projection (edition 2008)

by Robert A. Johnson

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Title:Inner Gold: Understanding Psychological Projection
Authors:Robert A. Johnson
Info:Koa Books (2008), Paperback, 100 pages
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My first analyst, Fritz Kunkel, said that there are three ways to learn psychology: "Read Greek mythology, read Jung, and watch. Watching is best."
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The bliss you experience at the beginning of your marriage is true, but you cannot stand it. If you hang on and go through the dry time—without water—the glory of your first meeting will return, less fragile this time. But you have to persist to be able to touch the bliss of Heaven and the trials of ordinary life. p.48
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977333825, Paperback)

The author of bestselling psychology classics He, She, and We, brings together teachings from medieval alchemy, Jungian psychology, early Christianity, and myth to explore projection, loneliness, fundamentalism, and the spiritual dimensions of psychology.

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