Dreams, Carl Jung believed, need to be taken seriously. As an acolyte of the Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, attributed with founding analytical psychology, I pay close attention to dreams.

Jung’s visionary influence extended beyond the field of psychiatry — in which he’s still a thought leader — to philosophy, literature, anthropology and archaeology. Even, to religious studies...

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