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Summary

A classic in the Jungian literature, written by one of Jung's most distinguished collaborators.

The book is published by Open Court.

©1980 Open Court Publishing Company (P)2016 Redwood Audiobooks

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"Marie Louise von Franz's Projection and Re-Collection is thorough in its wide-ranging exploration as both a map and a guide to the recognition and reclaiming of projection. Von Franz skillfully brings theory to life as she builds on and further develops C. G. Jung's research on projection." (Julia Jewett, Jungian analyst)
"The book is stimulating in going to the core of psychotherapeutic work, and invites a response from psychotherapists in general and from Jungian analysts in particular." ( San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal)

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I am very grateful that this is available through audible and would be pleased to see more of ML VF's work in audio format.

There is a lot more to what the author means by 'Projection' than I was aware before I read this. Absolutely fascinating observations and theories.

The narrator did a good job. I was unsure at first, but soon found a connection with her voice and was impressed with her pronunciations of different languages.

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Wonderful Marie-Louise

I adore ML von Franz and this is a great audiobook. Really interesting and well-narrated. I'd love to hear more of her audiobooks, Audible!

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Von Franz writing vs transcriptions.

If you’ve ever heard a transcript of Von Franz you’ll miss her simplicity and straight talking way. Her writing is far denser and enjoyable in a different way because of it.

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Should be one of the first books one reads on Jung

So many synchronicities listening to this. I'm also an admin in a dream interpretation group, and having listened to a number of dreams on the Self and the 4 fold reflective psyche I now see the patterns everywhere. This book will really speed your understanding up and brilliantly clearly written. Von Franz is flawless, able to make Jung's difficult writing perfectly accessible. Franz is hexagram 2 of the I Ching. A brilliant translator of broad proportions.

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  • Fredrik Nielsen
  • 03-08-19

Epic insights

Very insightful and understandable. Draws on good examples, and communicates complex ideas well. Speaker is pleasant to listen to. Top read.

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  • Drewjd2
  • 16-03-21

Great Material, Except for Mispronounced Words


There were only a few things that bothered me, which is a pet peeve of mine. The narrator mispronounces two words that are important to the text.

First is Jung and Jungian. Jung is pronounced as it is in German, which is not like the English young. The other one was the archaic word Daimon. She had a lot of trouble with daimon, never butchering it in quite the same way.

The reason why the mispronunciation is so cringe is that this an only for audible production. If they are going to make money off work, I imagine is in the public domain, they should at least pronounce the words right. This is a prolific work, and production value like this is a kick to the face to anyone who is going to invest their time in an intellectual work of this caliber.

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  • 23-11-21

Made me want to know more about this Jung fellow.

Parts of the exposition on the self and "sparks" sound very similar to Lurianic kabbalah.