What are the best Metaphorical Psychology books?

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    #1The Power of Myth

    The Power of Myth

    The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell is a historical nonfiction novel originally published in June 1988 by the Anchor Doubleday. This book explores a wide range of concepts from marriage to chilbirth to artists and more.


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    James Greene
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "The Power of Myth is a great book about Metaphorical Psychology. I couldn't put it down after I picked it up."
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    #2Metaphors We Live By

    Metaphors We Live By
    George Lakoff's now-classic Metaphors to Live By is a book that aims to explain our understanding of metaphor and other aspects of the perception of language. The book was published in 2003 by University Of Chicago Press.

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    Michelle Young
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Good understanding of metaphors and how we use them. People who read a lot about language will like this book. Others may find it difficult to read and understand. I wanted a challenging book, and I got it, I struggled a bit, but feel I learned a lot"
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    #3The Garden

    The Garden
    The Garden is a Romance, Fantasy, Spirituality, Poetry, Philosophy book written by Robin Craig Clark. It was published February 15, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

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    Aanya Mukopadhyay
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This is fantastic! I wanted a book that was deeply psychological and metaphorical. Something that is very much open to interpretation, but at very least is not what it seems on the surface. This is all of that, and it is well done. I love it!"
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    #4The Portable Jung (Portable Library)

    The Portable Jung (Portable Library)

    The Portable Jung (Portable Library) is a Psychology, Classics, Philosophy Non-fiction book written by C.G. Jung, edited by Joseph Campbell and translated by R.F.C. Hull.


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    Kathy Mason
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "Jung's works are usually metaphorical, and always enlightening. This book didn't disappoint on either aspect."
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    #5A Primer of Jungian Psychology (Mentor Series)

    A Primer of Jungian Psychology (Mentor Series)

    A Primer of Jungian Psychology (Mentor Series) is a Psychology, History, Science, Philosophy, Non-fiction Reference book written by Calvin S. Hall and Vernon J. Nordby.


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    #6Illness as Metaphor and AIDS and Its Metaphors

    Illness as Metaphor and AIDS and Its Metaphors

    10 years after publishing her work on cancer by her own experience, the author of this book wrote an essay on the AIDS epidemic. This book contains these two essays, which give unprecedented approach on two of the most lethal diseases known to man. 


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    Nicholas McDonald
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "Most of us know someone affected by cancer, and this book's first part, written in 1978, offers some fantastic ways to understand what cancer and what it isn't. Later she wrote the second part with some equally compelling insights into the AIDS pandemic. This is powerful stuff I highly recommend."
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    #7Nlp Metaphorically

    Nlp Metaphorically

    NLP Metaphorically is a philosophical book written by Chris Rasey about the beauty and impact of NLP. In the form of stories and rap songs, the author wrote an inquisitive piece. It was originally published in July 2010.


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    Elizabeth Campbell
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "This book may not be the best Metaphorical Psychology books. I recommend looking for other options."
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    #8Put Them Through the Maze

    Put Them Through the Maze

    Put Them Through the Maze: The Secrets of How to Write the Ultimate Novel is a guidebook written by T. D. McMichael. It was released in December 2013. It is about how an aspiring novel can make his or her dream a reality.


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    Grace Montgomery
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "This wasn't a book that interested me. I'm not into writing, more into reading what other's write so it wasn't something I enjoyed reading about. If you are looking into becoming a writer though I think this book is great for that. "
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    #9The Rainbow Machine: Tales from a Neurolinguist's Journal

    The Rainbow Machine: Tales from a Neurolinguist's Journal

    The Rainbow Machine: Tales from a Neurolinguist's Journal is a non-fiction book written by Andrew T. Austin. It was published November 7, 2007 by Real People Press.


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    Iris Dong
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "This book is a little hard for me to follow. The subject matter is also a little boring. I do not find entertainment in nursing, medical, or hospital settings. If I were medical staff I might feel a little differently."


Best What are the best Metaphorical Psychology books
1The Power of MythBooks 29 Paid
2Metaphors We Live ByBooks 26 Paid
3The GardenBooks 24 Paid
4The Portable Jung (Portable Library)Books 22 Paid
5A Primer of Jungian Psychology (Mentor Series)Books 21 Paid
6Illness as Metaphor and AIDS and Its MetaphorsBooks 8 Paid
7Nlp MetaphoricallyBooks 6 Paid
8Put Them Through the MazeBooks 3 Paid
9The Rainbow Machine: Tales from a Neurolinguist's JournalBooks 1 Paid

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