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Carl Jung and Alcoholics Anonymous : the twelve steps as a spiritual journey of individuation

Author: Ian McCabe
Publisher: London : Karnac, [2015]
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Named Person: Bill W; C G Jung; Bill W; C G Jung; C G Jung; Bill W
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian McCabe
ISBN: 9781782203124 1782203125
OCLC Number: 919484208
Description: xviii, 169 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Carl Jung and Bill Wilson, 1945-1961 --
Origins of A.A.: Bill Wilson's last drink and recovery --
Understanding alcoholism from a medical perspective and through the writings of Carl Jung --
How A.A. works --
A synopsis of the twelve steps --
Spiritual awakenings and cultism --
Conclusion --
Appendix One: Bill Wilson-Carl Jung letters --
Appendix Two: Twelve steps of A.A. --
Appendix Three: Twelve traditions --
Appendix Four: The twelve promises of Alcoholics Anonymous --
Appendix Five: Bill corresponds with an A.A. member about his spiritual experience --
Appendix Six: The third page of Bill Wilson's second letter to Jung dated 20 March 1961.
Responsibility: Ian McCabe.

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'Ian McCabe's book on the relationship between Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Jungian Psychology is scholarly, well written, well researched and documented, and brings to light a significant Read more...

 
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