Robert Wang’s Jungian Tarot

Robert Wang's Jungian Tarot Tree of Life
The complete package of the Jungian Tarot consists in a deck of cards with a black and white, printed mini-booklet and the Jungian Tarot trilogy. The first volume is called ‘Tarot Psychology’ and it is an introduction to the complex universe of the cards, also providing a self-study method based on the Jungian technique called ‘active imagination’. The second and largest volume is a detailed account of the historical development of the symbolism of the cards and the Jungian archetypes, it is called ‘The Jungian Tarot and its Archetypal Imagery’. It is a consistent and authentic treasure chest, definitely a must-have on the shelf of any committed student of the Tarot. The third and final volume, ‘Perfect Tarot Divination’ provides further instructions for reading and interpreting the cards.
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Practical Tarot Shadow work explained

Tarot shadow work

Tarot shadow work
The idea of ‘shadow’ originates in the work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. In Jungian psychology, the ‘shadow’ refers to an unconscious aspect of the personality which the conscious ego does not identify in itself, or it is a suppressed aspect of our nature. The shadow is roughly equivalent to the whole of the Freudian unconscious. Contrary to a Freudian definition of shadow, on the other hand, the Jungian shadow can include everything outside consciousness. It can be both positive or negative. According to Jung, the shadow Read more Practical Tarot Shadow work explained

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