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The invisible partners Book by John A. Sanford

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A book about the masculine and feminine dimensions of the soul (the anima/animus in Jung) ; shows how the feminine part of a man and the masculine part of a woman are the invisible partners in any male-female relationship ; provides direction in understanding and dealing with projections which can damage and even …

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John A. Sanford

John A. “Jack” Sanford (26 July 1929 – 17 October 2005) was an American Jungian analyst and Episcopal priest. John A. Sanford was born in Moorestown, New Jersey, a township in Burlington County. His parents were both leaders in the spiritual healing movement. His father, Edgar L. Sanford, was born in Vermont in 1890 and was an Episcopal priest, as was his own father and grandfather. He was the author of God’s Healing Power. His mother was Agnes Sanford (born Agnes Mary White; 1897-1982) who was born in China. She became the founder of the Inner Healing Movement and was the author of The Healing Light. His siblings were Edgar L. Sanford Jr. (born in China in 1925) and Virginia F. Sanford (born in Pennsylvania in 1926). In his early 20s, Sanford decided to follow his father, grandfather, and two great-grandfathers, and entered the Episcopal Theological Seminary in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to study to be an Episcopal priest. He earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, graduating Phi Beta Kappa at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio. Later on, he obtained an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Kenyon, based on his work in the fields of religion and psychology. He studied and mastered Greek mythology, Greek language, and American Indian history.

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Handling time7 Days
Book Cover TypePaperback
ISBN9789647858670
Suitable forAdults
Language(s)Persian (Farsi)
Pages191
Weight220 Gram
AuthorAllan Pease
Persian Titleکتاب یار پنهان اثر جان. ا. سنفورد
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