Jung and Tarot: An Archetypal Journey

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Weiser Books, 1980 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 393 pages
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Highly innovative work presenting a piercing interpretation of the tarot in terms of Jungian psychology. Through analogy with the humanities, mythology and the graphic arts, the significance of the cards is related to personal growth and individuation. The major arcana becomes a map of life, and the hero's journey becomes something that each individual can relate to the symbolism of the cards and therefore to the personal life.
 

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A very interesting look at the archetypes shown in the twenty-two major trumps of the tarot, from a Jungian point of view. Lots of interesting ties to myths, literature, popular culture, and history. Read full review

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Libro en el que se basó el curso de Delia Ruiz, muy interesante, el acceso es restringido y además está en inglés. ¡Excelente oportunidad para practicar el riding !!!!!!

Contents

I
1
II
9
III
23
IV
45
V
71
VI
87
VII
103
VIII
119
XIV
201
XV
215
XVI
227
XVII
249
XVIII
261
XIX
283
XX
295
XXI
313

IX
129
X
139
XI
153
XII
165
XIII
179
XXII
327
XXIII
337
XXIV
349
XXV
369
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