Hermes, guide of souls
Karl Kerenyi, the famous mythographer, classicist, & friend of Jung, here represents a beautiful, authoritative study of the great God whom the Greeks revered as Guide of Souls. Chapters on Hermes & Night, Hermes & Eros, Hermes & the Goddesses illuminate the complex role of Hermes in classical mythology, while also providing an archetypal background for the guiding of souls in psychotherapy. A vital contribution both to the study of the classics & therapy of the soul. "A most useful work on the archetypal background & an important character in our mythic identity."--Baelder.
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Review: Hermes Guide of SoulsUser Review - Steve Cran - Goodreads
The book is classic especially to those who enjoy reading up on Greek mythology. The author who wrote the book passed on in the 1970's and academic who was self-exiled from Hungary and lived out his ... Read full review
Review: Hermes Guide of SoulsUser Review - Goodreads
Very enjoyable and engaging look at a god that is probably under-appreciated. The book is difficult in some of the sections.