Reading List for Katherine M. Sanford, September 2008

            Suggested Sources for Additional Information

By Katherine M. Sanford

The Serpent and the Cross:  Healing the Split Through Active Imagination.  Blaine, WA:  Coral  Publishing, 2006.

Additional Recommendations

Dieckmann, Ute.  Male and Female, Feminine and Masculine.  San Francisco, CA: C. G. Jung of San Francisco, 1974.

Downing, Christine, ed.  Mirrors of the Self:  Archetypal Images that Shape Your Life.   Los Angeles, CA:  Jeremy P. Tarcher, 1991.

Hannah, Barbara.  Encounters With The Soul:  Active Imagination as Developed by C.G. Jung.  Santa Monica, CA:  Sigo Press, 1981.

Hannah, Barbara.  Striving Toward Wholeness.  New York:  G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1971.

Hall, Nor.  The Moon and the Virgin:  Reflections on the Archetypal Feminine.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1980.

Hillman, James.  The Myth of Analysis:  Three Essays in Archetypal Psychology.  Evanston, IL:  Northwestern University, 1972.

Hollis, James.  Archetypal Imagination.  College Station, TX:  2000.

Johnson, Robert A.  Inner Work:  Using Dreams and Active Imagination for Personal Growth.  San Francisco, CA:  HarperSanFrancisco, 1986.

Jung, Emma.  Animus and Anima.  Dallas, TX:  Spring, 1981.

Pedersen, Loren E.  Dark Hearts:  The Unconscious Forces That Shape Men’s Lives.  Boston, MA: Shambala, 1990.

Valcarenchi, Marina.  Relationships:  Transforming Archetypes.  York Beach, ME:  Nicolas-Hays, 1977.

Weaver, Rix.  The Old Wise Woman:  A Study of Active Imagination.  New York:  G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1973.