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A Library Guide to Jung's Collected Works

Explore Jungian psychology resources available from the Pacifica Graduate Library

Jung's Philosophy

Jung's Philosophy explores some of the controversial philosophical ideas that are both explicit and implicit within Jung's psychology, comparing the philosophical assumptions between this and other psychotherapeutic traditions.

Contemporary Influences of C. G. Jung's Thought

"Sixteen authors reflect on the contemporary meaning of Jung's theory on many fields and in different cultural contexts: Japanese, North and South American, as well as European: English, Italian and Polish.  The books outlines the contemporary usefulness and applicability of Jung's ideas at the beginning of the 21st century while also making a critical review of this theory."

The descent of the soul and the archaic: Katábasis and depth psychology

Explores the motif of kátabasis (a "descent" into an imaginal underworld) and the importance it held for writers from antiquity to the present, with an emphasis on its place in psychoanalytic theory. [The book] builds on Jung's insights into katabasis and nekyia as models for deep self-descent and the healing process which follows.

A Jungian approach to spontaneous drawing: A window on the soul

"A thought-provoking introduction to exploring spontaneous images, focusing on the value of this tool for insight into the unconscious. ... The book poignantly demonstrates how one can connect and access the spheres within through drawing, and how this process can reveal the unexpected."

Exploring core competencies in Jungian psychoanalysis

"Offers an in-depth understanding of the core competencies in Jungian psychoanalysis ... and defines a set of key resources and skills for recognizing the emergence of the unconscious and its multiple manifestations"

The spectre of the other in Jungian psychoanalysis

"This volume explores Jung's theories in relation to the concept of Other and in conjunction with the lived experience of it, while examining current events and cultural phenomena through the lens of Jungian and post-Jungian psychology, sociology, literature, film and philosophy. "

Racial Legacies: Jung, politics and culture

"This essential new book presents a discussion of racial relations, Jungian psychology and politics as a dialogue between two Jungian analysts of different nationalities and ethnicities, providing insight into a previously unexplored area of Jungian psychology".

Jungian analysts working across cultures

"Gives a fascinating account of the wide variety of experiences of Jungian analysts working in different cultures across the world. They describe and reflect on experiences of both offering and receiving training within these cross-cultural partnerships. This is a book not only about training but is also an enlightening cultural commentary for our times."

The mystical exodus in Jungian perspective

"Explores the soul loss that results from personal, collective, and transgenerational trauma and the healing that unfolds through reconnection with the sacred. Personal narratives of disconnection from and reconnection to Jewish collective memory are illuminated by millennia of Jewish mystical wisdom, contemporary Jewish Renewal and feminist theology, and Jungian and trauma theory."

Intergenerational Complexes in Analytical Psychology: The Suffering of Ghosts

Intergenerational Complexes in Analytical Psychology: The Suffering of Ghosts draws attention to human suffering and how it relates to unacknowledged and unrecognized traumatic cultural histories that continue to haunt us in the present.

Anthology of contemporary theoretical classics in analytical psychology

"This anthology of contemporary classics in analytical psychology bring together academic, scholarly and clinical writings by contributors who constitute the "post-Jungian" generation."

Anthology of contemporary clinical classics in analytical psychology

"Spanning two volumes, which are also accessible as standalone books, this essential collection will be of interest to Jungian analysts and therapists, as well as to academics and students of Jungian and post-Jungian studies".