Montreal Jung Society Review: Reading this essay I felt I was in the presence of something momentous….courageous and brilliant

By: Sherry Salman March 6th, 2014

Reading this book I felt I was in the presence of something momentous…courageous and brilliant… Salman is writing about the dreams in the world around us. Page after page, my neck hairs tingled at her insights on subjects including psychology, religion, politics, sexuality, pornography, globalization, corporate capitalism, the environment and, not least, social media and the World Wide Web. The world needs this essay and its plea for imagination and empathy.
Chronogram Review: A Provocative, rewarding read….

By: Sherry Salman

A provocative, rewarding read urging wakefulness…like a mythological weaver, Jungian psychoanalyst Salman pulls together a variety of strands, from Indra’s Net to the World Wide Web — dreams of totality, visions of utopias and dystopias. Her wide-ranging intellect and breadth of reference reverberates in the book’s 27 illustrations, from prehistoric stone circles to Tibetan mandalas and microphotographed stem cells.