A Jasmine Journey by Dr. Evangeline Rand, contains the actual map and specific researched details of Jung's journey through India and Ceylon at a turning point in world history. Rand elaborates the often understated but enormous influence of Jung's lifelong relationship with India on the overall body of his work. Additionally, highlighting Jung's vision during illness, when "something new" emerged, Rand shows us Jung's enterprise in a surprisingly new context, that is, in the polluted cluster/industrial area of deepest ecological crisis off India's northeast coast where "root people," indigenous people, confront state, national, and global corporate forces. Dr. Rand is a psychologist and artisan based in Edmonton, Canada, and has studied Jung's work for the last 35 years. With an international perspective and her personal engagement with the later Colonial times of India, Rand has woven an audio book that is "poetic history."