Jungian Therapy, Jungian Analysis, New York

C.G. Jung Foundation
woman, a lake spirit, and a skull:
A northern Siberian story, told and analyzed in an audio-recorded class discussion
new york city jungian therapist/analyst carl jung therapy

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A Woman and a Lake-Spirit.1 and A Woman and a Skull.

The Jessup North Pacific Expedition, Edited by Franz Boas.
Memoir of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, Volume VIII.
I. Chukchee Mythology, by Waldemar Bogoras,
Leiden & New York, 1910

1. The first tale was left unfinished, because the next one, which was taken down earlier, and from another person, forms its continuation.

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Eel. Photo: source unknown.


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Human skull. Photo: source unknown


Click here for the text version of the tale and an interpretation



Part 1 (the tale itself)




Part 2




Part 3