This hand-picked selection is from Daryl Sharp, in 2013.
In The Talking Cure, an immensely readable and entertaining overview in three volumes, Jungian analyst Anthony Stevens describes how the major schools of psychodynamic theory grew out of the psychology of their charismatic founders and have subsequently turned into exclusive and mutually hostile rival “sects.” Stevens argues that the best hope for the future lies in research to determine the positive therapeutic ingredients that all methods have in common. This, combined with the kind of undogmatic, open-minded humanity advocated by C. G. Jung, could lead to the adoption of a new paradigm capable of transcending the differences between them—the paradigm adopted by the new breed of “evolutionary psychotherapists.”
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Pocket Jung is written for the general reader who may not be acquainted with Jung’s own writings, many of which, intended for the specialist, are not easily understood by those who lack the technical knowledge that would enable them to appreciate the value and significance of Jung’s researches. Such knowledge is particularly necessary for an understanding of the alchemical research that occupied so much of his time and energy during the last twenty years of his life.
Comprehensive guide to an understanding of dreams in light of the basic principles of analytical psychology. Particular attention to common motifs, the role of complexes, and the goal and purpose of dreams.
Detailed explanations of the psychological attitudes of introversion and extraversion, the functions of feeling, thinking, sensation and intuition, and the pesky role of the unconscious.
Why do so many go through so much disruption in their middle years? Why then? What does it mean and how can we survive it? The Middle Passage shows how we can pass through midlife consciously, rendering the second half of life all the richer and more meaningful.
A comprehensive overview of basic Jungian concepts: archetypes and complexes; psychological types; conflict; neurosis; persona and shadow; projection and identification; the puer/puella syndrome; anima and animus; individuation; dream interpretation; active imagination; inflation, self-knowledge and vocation-and much, much more.
This seminal work by the author of Ego and Archetype proposes a new world-view based on the creative collaboration between the scientific pursuit of knowledge and the religious search for meaning.
Nonlinear approach to the significance of fairy tales for an understanding of the process of psychological development. Concise explanations of complexes, projection, archetypes and active imagination. A classic.
This insightful biography of Jung by his close associate is not only the most authoritative account of his seminal ideas, it is also a history of the growth and development of this unique person’s creative powers.