James Hillman considers the history and theory of active imagination in Jung, its relationship to making art, and offers examples for scrutiny and discussion.
He discusses the fear of inviting demons and opening wounds, and addresses the difference between the voices of inner figures and auditory hallucinations. The major re-examination of Jung’s original ideas and inspiration doesn’t stop there, though. Hillman goes on to examine the role of imagination in contemporary culture, and whether imagination itself might need re-imagining. Claim your full access here on this link –
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