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« Topic Start: December 30, 2008, 03:36:19 pm »

Hey all!

Just wondering if anyone has any opinions of the book _Magical Pathworking:Techniques of Active Imagination_ by Nick Farrell?  I picked it up recently for a few bucks at a used bookstore.  I've only gotten a little into the first chapter...
So any opinions?
Thanks!
HH
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« Reply #1: December 30, 2008, 07:44:50 pm »

Hey all!

Just wondering if anyone has any opinions of the book _Magical Pathworking:Techniques of Active Imagination_ by Nick Farrell?  I picked it up recently for a few bucks at a used bookstore.  I've only gotten a little into the first chapter...
So any opinions?
Thanks!
HH

I got a copy over a year ago and really like it. If you've never heard of Active Imagination, though, Farrell's book may be a little too dense to start with. There's a lot of stuff in there and it's not all 101.
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« Reply #2: December 30, 2008, 08:25:12 pm »

I got a copy over a year ago and really like it. If you've never heard of Active Imagination, though, Farrell's book may be a little too dense to start with. There's a lot of stuff in there and it's not all 101.

I'm not familiar with Active Imagination, but I'm glad it's not all 101.  Thanks for the heads up, though. I'll definately research more into it.

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« Reply #3: December 31, 2008, 10:45:26 pm »

I'm not familiar with Active Imagination, but I'm glad it's not all 101.  Thanks for the heads up, though. I'll definately research more into it.

HH

You can probably get a good general idea of what AI is from the internet, but a really good starter book IMO is Robert Johnson's Inner Work.
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« Reply #4: January 01, 2009, 06:56:18 am »

Hey all!

Just wondering if anyone has any opinions of the book _Magical Pathworking:Techniques of Active Imagination_ by Nick Farrell?  I picked it up recently for a few bucks at a used bookstore.  I've only gotten a little into the first chapter...
So any opinions?
Thanks!
HH

Wow, book sounds really interesting, just added it on my wishlist.
Thanks for the hint. Smiley
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« Reply #5: January 01, 2009, 07:53:33 pm »

You can probably get a good general idea of what AI is from the internet, but a really good starter book IMO is Robert Johnson's Inner Work.

Thanks again...I'll definitately look for the Robert Johnson.  I've been looking online at a few things, and I'm only passingly familiar with Jung.  It's different than what I had expected, and not the norm of what I would usually read, but even barely through the first chapter (I've been reading very slow, taking time to really think everything through) there are many things that have struck me.  I'm looking forward to delving deeper!
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