The unconscious, through chess games, is not concerned merely with putting right the things that have gone wrong in us. Chess games aim at our well-being in the fullest sense; their goal is nothing... More > less than our complete personal victory or development in defeats, the creative unfolding of the potentialities that are contained in the analysis of the games that we played, how we won, lost or drew.
This book shows how chess games contain most of what we need to know about the causes of our psychological troubles. Our chess games can tell us why we are as we are—-lazy thinker, impulsive buyer, victim or martyr, sexually impotent, deprived child looking for adventure, etc. The book also show how careful analysis of our chess games can also show us the remedy for our disorder.< Less