Anne Baring

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"I travelled widely in India and the Far East during the 1950's before training and practising as a Jungian analyst. I am a member of the Scientific and Medical Network and, until my retirement from private practice in 2000, I was a member of the Association of Jungian Analysts, London and the International Association for Analytical Psychology...

"During the 1980's I embarked on writing The Myth of the Goddess; Evolution of an Image with Jules Cashford, a friend and fellow analyst who had specialised at university in philosophy and English literature. The book took us ten years to write...

"My concern over this crisis and, in particular, over the carnage in Bosnia, led me to write a book for children - The Birds Who Flew Beyond Time - which was illustrated by a close friend, Thetis Blacker.

"A later friendship and collaboration with the author and mystic Andrew Harvey, led to the publication of two more books, The Mystic Vision and The Divine Feminine.

"Since 1960, I have been married to the artist, Robin Baring." [1]

Her most recent book is Soul Power: An Agenda for a Conscious Humanity (co-authored with Dr. Scilla Elworthy) published 2009 by BookSurge.com.

Her work has been published by Archive Publishing [2]

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  1. Biography, Anne Baring, accessed January 8, 2012.
  2. archivepublishing Authors, organizational web page, accessed September 24, 2013.
  3. About, Archai, accessed January 8, 2012.