The Transformation of Consciousness in Myth: Integrating the Thought of Jung and Campbell

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The Transformation of Consciousness in Myth reflects the spectacle of our age with its changing ideas and values. This work is an exploration of past myths and their relationship with our present personal and social mythologies as related through psychology. As many of our present myths are becoming obsolete, the author elaborates upon what will replace them. Human beings' spiritual journeys and their purpose in the cosmos are discussed. The theories of Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell are used to explain and clarify the transformation of consciousness that occurs in myth and to those persons who enter into the psychological journey of myth-making. A primary source for furthering personal and global transformation is the role of the feminine. Professor Tigue seeks to clarify and deepen our understanding of Jung's collective Unconscious and archetypes. His holistic approach of integrating mysticism, spirituality, myth and psychology is of particular value for the ardent seeker.
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Explorations: Journal for Adventurous Thought
This is a very sound book which lives up to its title. For advanced Jungians this may look like a primer. But the author's mature understanding of the Jungian fundamentals and the focus on Campbell's celebration of the mythical heroic make this publication precious.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction 1
Ch. 1 The Symbol's Journey: Archetypal Expression 19
Ch. 2 The Symbol's Appearance: Mythography 33
Ch. 3 The Symbol's Personhood: Heroes 47
Ch. 4 The Epic of Gilgamesh 55
Ch. 5 Bhagavad Gita 73
Ch. 6 Owein 91
Ch. 7 Star Wars 105
Ch. 8 The Feminine Presence in Myths: An Ethical Imperative 121
Conclusion 135
Bibliography 145
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