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Shipway, H. (1988). Caggia, Dario V. (Ed.). L'Immaginale (Review of Analytical Psychology) 4, No. 6. April 1986. Pp. 226. Casella Postale 273-73100 Lecce.. J. Anal. Psychol., 33(2):192-195.

(1988). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 33(2):192-195

Caggia, Dario V. (Ed.). L'Immaginale (Review of Analytical Psychology) 4, No. 6. April 1986. Pp. 226. Casella Postale 273-73100 Lecce.

Review by:
Helen Shipway

The format, paper and printing of this biennial review are exceptionally pleasant. This number commemorates the 25th anniversary of Jung's death and includes his Psychological Commentary on Kundalini Yoga, on which he gave two seminars in Zürich in 1932 and which was published in Spring in 1975. Seven of the fifteen contributors to this issue are members of the I.A.A.P., and many of the papers have already appeared in France in the Cahiers de l'Herne.

Dr Caggia opens with a fine tribute. He tells how his coming across The psychology of the transference, when it was first published in Italian in 1961, changed the course and tenor of his life. He quotes a long passage from the fourteenth-century alchemist Flamel, who recounts a dream which was followed by his chancing upon the ancient Book of Abraham the Hebrew and led to an arduous journey in his efforts to decipher and understand it.

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