|Subtitle||The Journey of a Soul|
|Non Fiction Genre||Mind/Body|
Charts the author’s journey of healing from the trauma caused by having to go into hiding as a child and deny that she was Jewish. It is not intended as an autobiography or a clinical paper on the healing process but as an account of a very personal inner journey.
Marika Henriques was born in Budapest in 1935. During the Holocaust in 1944 she became a hidden child. Later, during the Hungarian uprising in 1956, she escaped to England, where she practices as a Jungian psychotherapist. She is an active member of the C.G. Jung Club London
“The pictures … offer insights into her feelings towards survival and to those who didn’t survive … well written and make[s] very interesting and thought-provoking reading.”
The Association of Jewish Refugees Journal
“A charming, poignant account, in prose, verse and images, of how Marika Henriques became separated from her family in Budapest during the Holocaust.” Jewish Chronicle