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Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On: The Autobiography and Journals of Helen M. Luke

Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On: The Autobiography and Journals of Helen M. Luke

Helen M. Luke Charles H. Taylor Barbara A. Mowat
3.9/5 (17 ratings)
Every life retells the hero or heroine's journey: a wondrous, sometimes painful but always necessary movement toward wholeness. What better way to understand our own experiences of growth and transformation than to hear from others who have gone before us? In Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On Helen Luke explores the inner life through dream and imagery, story and symbol.

The first half of the book covers Luke's life from her earliest recollections until the age of seventy. It weaves together dreams and symbolic images from her inner life with accounts of personal events, including her seminal meeting with Jung. The book's second half is comprised of selections from the journals she kept during her last twenty years of life, offering a rare glimpse into a personal path of individuation.
Language
English
Pages
264
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Morning Light Press
Release
February 20, 2001
ISBN
0609805894
ISBN 13
9780609805893

Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On: The Autobiography and Journals of Helen M. Luke

Helen M. Luke Charles H. Taylor Barbara A. Mowat
3.9/5 (17 ratings)
Every life retells the hero or heroine's journey: a wondrous, sometimes painful but always necessary movement toward wholeness. What better way to understand our own experiences of growth and transformation than to hear from others who have gone before us? In Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On Helen Luke explores the inner life through dream and imagery, story and symbol.

The first half of the book covers Luke's life from her earliest recollections until the age of seventy. It weaves together dreams and symbolic images from her inner life with accounts of personal events, including her seminal meeting with Jung. The book's second half is comprised of selections from the journals she kept during her last twenty years of life, offering a rare glimpse into a personal path of individuation.
Language
English
Pages
264
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Morning Light Press
Release
February 20, 2001
ISBN
0609805894
ISBN 13
9780609805893

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