"From the Jung Page>Lessons of Jung's Encounter with Native Americans: http://ning.it/UhfRpz

I thought this was an excellent article in which Jung's thoughts about the significance of what he learned from the Indians are discussed and analyzed, with a view toward describing how they contributed to the development of Jung's thought.

However, the article points out that Jung's views were rather simplistic and that he tended to idealize Native Americans. What do YOU think?

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