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Central to the Analytical Psychology of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung is the concept of individuation, the journey to an integrated and whole self whose prime task is the integration of the Unconscious Psyche. The poems in The Traveler represent such a journey, and span a rich and diverse human experience. Love and death, good and evil, existence and annihilation stand side by side as they clash within the life of the human individual. Through the creative act the warring forces are joined and give birth to the transcendental Self, which links us to the Divine Root, which is the cause and sustainer of all Being. The poetic journey of The Traveler speaks to all who strive to realize what it means to be truly human and to any human individual who demands of him or herself the courage to undertake this journey.

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