The first book in the series called “Through a Jungian Lens” is called “Swamplands and Soul.” The book’s photography features the swamplands of the Yucatan province in Mexico, in the area next to a small fishing village called Puerto Chuburná. The text is oriented to Jungian psychology with a blend of both prose and poetry. The final section of the book features the poem, “Dark Night of the Soul” which was written in the late 1500s by St. John of the Cross, a Spanish monk.
The book was written to reflect upon the issue of depression in midlife and to provide a sense of hope to those who find themselves in this situation.
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