Robert A. Johnson Writing Styles in Owning Your Own Shadow: Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche

Robert A. Johnson
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Perspective

"Owning Your Own Shadow" by Robert A. Johnson is written in the first-person narrative. Johnson is a Jungian scholar and lecturer. He is the ideal person to dive deep into the concept of man's shadow. It is obvious throughout the work that Johnson feels that exploring the shadow contributes to man's mental health and happiness. He therefore explains the concepts that are complex and unfamiliar to most in a clear way to allow for broad understanding. Johnson reinforces the knowledge he shares through repetition and example.

The concept of the personality's "shadow" was first developed by Carl Jung, famed Swiss psychiatrist. With Johnson's vast knowledge of Jung's works and teachings, Johnson is able to present a thorough and detailed account of the shadow's role in man's psyche.

Johnson is an accomplished author having written a number of other books including "He, Understanding Masculine Psychology" "She, Understanding Feminine Psychology...

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