'In a dark time, the eye begins to see'.

  • Joshua Haynes
  • Published 1993 in The Journal of analytical psychology

Abstract

In this paper I discuss a patient whose shadow became his rival, or as Jung put it, 'The shadow is lived'. I describe the beginning of a process of the assimilation of shadow contents, whereby the rupture between ego and shadow can no longer be maintained. I also discuss how it is primarily through the mutual experience and analysis of archetypal images… (More)

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@article{Haynes1993InAD, title={'In a dark time, the eye begins to see'.}, author={Joshua Haynes}, journal={The Journal of analytical psychology}, year={1993}, volume={38 2}, pages={137-54} }