Geometric Wholeness of the Self: The Mandala as a Psychological and Spiritual Representation of the Self
This book explores meaningful relationships between mathematics, sacred geometry,
philosophy of the Enlightenment and the spiritual life of the psychologist
In bringing all of this to light, the author examines the sacred geometry of the
Golden Section and the analytical geometry of little known German geometer Jacob
Steiner. The book delves into the limits and failings of modern mathematics
and reinstates geometry of the ancient past, including the classic Euclidian and the
geometry which preceded it.
All of the book, both its philosophical and psychological ideas are expressed in the
symbolism of the Geometry of the Self and the history the mandala, culminating with
an analysis of the meaning of Carl Jung’s monumental Systema Munditotius Mandala.
Author: Harms, Donald
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