Poetic psychology is not a theory; it is a way of experiencing your existence through the eyes of the unconscious – the instinctual and imaginal intra-psychic landscape of human nature.

 
There are, ultimately, as many ways to describe poetic psychology as there are images in the psyche.

 
It is these specks of unconscious fiction that I love so much, and it is upon the request of the psyche’s imagination, and thus for the sake of its independence as much as my own, that I recorded the imaginal memoires of my life as a figure in its poetic fantasies.