A book worth coming to, over and over again.
The first time I saw a copy of the Red Book by Carl Gustav Jung, it was in a Zurich bookstore six years ago. I remembered I was mesmerized by this edition, which was a hardcover version of the original, with incredible images and some unusual format. But it was around $400 at the time, a small fortune for me, even when considering the fragile budget filtering that I applied when taken over by grandiose writing packed in a book. And it was in Germa.
Obviously, it didn’t come to my possession – today I am writing about The Red Book Liber Novus, a reader’s edition, edited and with an intro written by Sonu Shamdasani.
There are thousands of websites dedicated to the magnificent work of C.G.Jung, one of which that I find particularly enticing and inquisitive is Lewis Lafontaine Depth Psychology blog, whose author is the most generous devotee…
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