Memories, Dreams, Reflections

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Memories, Dreams, Reflections by Carl Gustav Jung More than a recap of the Jung main ideas - ideas, we remember, that make him one of the giants of the past century - this book is a portrait of a soul meditating on itself. The theme puts the book in the company of the Agostino's confessions, or the Montaigne essays; more, it has the capability to show us, modern men, a soul landscape that is deeply attractive and, in the same time, is a witness of the fact that there is an inside world that is worth to explore, not only an outside world. Jung shows a possibility of a sense that takes in account our deepest nature, transforming our life in a magic journey towards the discovery of ourselves. Showing the path to a knowledge possibly able to save the individuals, he really deserves the name of modern gnostic.

-- Daniele Radogna

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