Jung Uncorked Book Three: Rare Vintages from the Cellar of Analytical Psychology
Decanted with commentaries by DARYL SHARP
ISBN 9781894574242. (Book 3) Index 128 pp. 2008. $25.00
This book continues the acclaimed series explicating different essays in Jung’s Collected Works (CW) together with the author’s experiential commentaries on their psychological significance and contemporary relevance. The selections here are of course just the tip of the wine cellar, so to speak, that is Jung’s legacy and, by extension, the backdrop to the attitude toward the psyche that generally informs the modern practice of analytical psychology.
Jung Uncorked now comprises three Books. In order to cover Jung’s wide range of interests, the chapters in each book deal with one essay from each volume of the Collected Works, sequentially from CW 1 to CW 18. Book One explicates and comments on essays from CW volumes 1-9i. Book Two does the same with CW volumes 9ii to 18. Book Three begins anew, with these contents:
1) Cryptomnesia, 2) On the Doctrine of Complexes, 3) On Psychological Understanding, 4) Freud and Jung: Contrasts, 5) The Battle for Deliverance from the Mother, 6) Psychological Types, 7) The Synthetic or Constructive Method, 8) The Stages of Life, 9i) Concerning Rebirth
Title 123 in the Series: STUDIES IN JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY BY JUNGIAN ANALYSTS
by Albert Kreinheder
Informed by the author’s personal experience of cancer, arthritis and tuberculosis over many years, Body and Soul is unique, unlike anything Inner City has ever published. Unusual in both style and tone, it is essentially a feeling-intuitive approach to physical illness, dramatically illustrating the symbolic attitude, individuation and active imagination with the body.
Body and Soul reflects a life well and truly lived in relation to the Self. It is deceptively simple and straight from the heart: no nonsense, no footnotes.
From the Foreword by William O. Walcott:
“Amazingly, in this day of psychobabble passing for science, Kreinheder has written a supremely readable book (many chapters read like prose poetry) about the body and the psyche without it being ‘psychological.’ He understood that the essence of human experience is not psychological and rational; it is something ineffable and immediate, passionate and painful, spiritual and profane, that must be both endured and celebrated.
“This book is a last testament of a dying man, a man with profound insight-but it is about life and living.”
Albert Kreinheder, Ph.D., was a Jungian analyst in Los Angeles for more than 25 years. He studied English literature at Syracuse University (B.A. and M.A.) and received a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Claremont Graduate School. Over the years he served the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles as Director of Training, Chairman of the Certifying Board and President. He died of cancer in 1990, at the age of 76.
Title No. 124 in the Series: STUDIES IN JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY BY JUNGIAN ANALYSTS