It’s been called the most influential psychology book that was never published. In 1914, Carl Jung began an effort self-exploration, developing his principle theories such as the collective unconscious and individuation. Over 16 years, Jung put his thoughts and illustrations in "The Red Book", which he transcribed in calligraphic script and filled with his own paintings and ornamental borders. An exact facsimile of "The Red Book" is now available to the public in a $200, folio-size volume. The book's editor and translator Sonu Shamdasani joins Larry Mantle to discuss the work and its long-awaited release.
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