Animal Soul by John C. Woodcock

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In this book the author seeks to comprehend what possible meaning such a term as animal soul could have today given the psychological distance from our own animal nature, existing as we do within a technological civilization. He explores the thought of four pioneers in depth psychology: C. G. Jung, James Hillman, Wolfgang Giegerich, and Russell Lockhart, before proposing a meaning that emerges from soul as understood from within a depth psychological perspective.

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John C. Woodcock Ph. D. has devoted his life to the comprehension and communication of a sustained and intense encounter with Kundalini energies which stripped away everything familiar to him in the most concrete ways, over a period of twenty years or so. His ordeal took place in the USA, culminating in a long period of ecstatic vision. His Ph.D. (1999) became an early vehicle for his attempts to make a bridge between his inner experiences and the modern world. His web site contains his books, essays and poetry which are also published with iUniverse. He now lives with his wife Anita in Sydney, Australia where he continues to affirm and describe the soul connection between his own journey and current world events, through writing, consulting, and offering presentations. He is also a practising Jungian therapist.
Published October 5, 2012 by iUniverse. 94 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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