If you want to know what a true shaman of the West would be like, consider Carl Jung, as he is now revealed in his Red Book. He culled the material for the Red Book – whose fine calligraphy and vivid illustrations and decorative features make it resemble a medieval illuminated manuscript – from the journals and ‘black books” he kept during the years of his “confrontation with the unconscious”, when he walked the razor’s edge between madness and genius. As he describes it, the “spirit of the depths” ripped him out of the comfortable, rational assumptions of the “spirit of our times” and dragged him, night after night, through the terrifying stages of Underworld initiation.
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