jungian

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Current Events from a Jungian Perspective – An Interview with Murray Stein

Murray Stein, supervising analyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology {ISAP} in Zürich offers his thoughts on recent attacks by IS in this short interview with Laura London. Stein explains that many times in human history, a person or group of people is able to tap into an archetype […]

Understanding C.G. Jung’s Red Book – Part 2

 Roger Woolger continues his analysis of Jung’s Red Book, a landmark in the history of psychology and for philosophical thinking in Western Culture. The book is contains calligraphy and symbolic paintings provided by Jung himself. Anyone seriously interested in Jung needs to have a copy of this book. This is […]

Understanding C.G. Jung’s Little Red Book – Part 1

As Roger Woolger observes below, the appearance of Jung’s Red Book is not only a landmark in the history of psychology, but also in Western Culture. The book is exquisitely produced in a large format and contains beautiful calligraphy and symbolic paintings by Jung himself, the fruit of countless hours […]