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Shadow Dance

E. Beth Allan

The cover of this book doesn’t do it any favours but one of the recommendations on the back says: “As useful a self-help book as one is likely to find.” And I would tend to agree! There’s a certain amount of new-age speak but the jargon is mostly mined from psychoanalysis, with Jung himself frequently quoted. There are also umpteen clever references to classical mythology and literature. But if that’s all sounding too high-brow, you could always flick through the many long, double-column lists that compare what you’re probably feeling or doing now, with how you could be operating.

I found the author’s central themes compelling, and was especially convinced by the idea that we are all intrinsically connected, and everyone is therefore a reflection of each other. It’s a familiar theory: that the trait we find most frustrating in others is probably one that we also possess. But I’ve…

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