A man likes to believe he is master of his soul. But as long as he is unable to control his moods and emotions, or be conscious of the myriad secret ways in which unconscious factors insulate themselves into his arrangements and decisions, he is certainly not his own master. (Jung, von Franz, Henderson, Jaccobi, Jaffe, 1968, p. 72).
Henderson, J., Jacobi, J., Jaffe, A., Jung, C. G., von Franz, M.-L. (Eds.). (1968). Man and his symbols. New York: Dell.
We would like to welcome a new volunteer to the library staff, Wendy Knox-Carr who will be in the library on the second Saturday of each month from 12;30 to 3;30. Stop by and meet her and check out some books, tapes or periodicals.
We would also like to thank Bonita Quiroz-Cantu for a generous donation of Jungian books to our collection, Bonita is a longtime member of the Society and has a great background in Jungian psychology.
Please stop by on a Friday evening that we have a speaker program or during the Saturday open hours and browse the many books we have for sale. Most of them are priced at $3.00 or $4.00. Good prices!
Do you have any suggestions for Jungian books that you would like us to add to the collection? If so, please leave a message on our phone, 206-547-3956 or email us at office@Jungseattle.org. Thanks.
- Bunny Brown, Librarian
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Updated: 4 April, 2009