Lisa And The Green Lady
About the Book
Lisa and the Green Lady chronicles the adventures of thirteen-year-old Lisa as she travels into a dream world of self-discovery, in which she encounters an assortment of colorful characters and is confronted with situations that test her resilience. While the book is sure to entertain, it is also replete with symbolism that draws upon the work of Carl Jung through the journey of the Self.
Dr. Marion Woodman, a renowned Jungian analyst, celebrates this book as, “… splendid work … a valuable resource as an introduction to Jung.”
About the Author
June Reynolds is a longtime Jungian. In today’s frightening world, she hopes that the message in Lisa and the Green Lady might offer some insight and comfort to those who read it. Our left-brain rational mindset is a magnificent tool, but when we let that tool dominate our right-brain feeling function, disaster enters the scene. That is what is happening to us today. Without the judgment of feeling, rationality becomes destructive.
June lives in Toronto, Canada.