London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1957. Tenth impression. Stock ID #163298
Black and white photographic plates, xvi + 151pp, appendix. Dustjacket marked, worn and adhering to lower cover, prior owner's notes on front and back endpaper. Text is sound and clean. "'The Secret of the Golden Flower', the treatise that provides the central part of this book, was discovered by Professor Whilhelm, who recgonized it as an essentially practical guide towards the integration of personality. His translation came into the hands of Professor Jung, who immediately hailed it as a link between the insights of the East and the conclusion drawn from his own psychological research. His part of this work consists of a brilliant and significant commentary which attempts, in Jung's own words, 'to build a bridge of psychological understanding between East and West." Publisher's description.
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