The International Journal of Jungian Studies (IJJS) bridges the professional, clinical, and academic worlds of Jungian Studies for an international audience.

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The International Journal of Jungian Studies ( IJJS) bridges the professional, clinical, and academic worlds of Jungian Studies for an international audience.  It brings Jungian theory and practice into dialogue and debate with a wide variety of academic areas of study, and therapeutic concerns. Academic areas include but are not limited to, philosophy, political thought, literature, linguistics, […]

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“Philemon” Image from The Red Book

2024 IAJS Online Conference: Jung and Duality: Contemporary Thought

presented by:   International Association for Jungian Studies  Jung and Duality: Contemporary Thought December 6th – 8th 2024   “Philemon” Image from The Red Book  “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” ― Carl Gustav Jung Jung and Duality: Contemporary Thought 2024 IAJS Online Conference: Conference Focus Jung emphasized the importance

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JAP’s XVI International Conference, “CROSSING BORDERS: Clinical, Theoretical, Cultural and Political Implications in our Changing World

Dear Jungian colleagues We will be delighted to welcome you to JAP’s XVI International Conference, “CROSSING BORDERS: Clinical, Theoretical, Cultural and Political Implications in our Changing World”, 11-14 April 2024, Essex University, UK, & ONLINE. We have a very strong line-up of plenary presenters – Christopher Carter, Elizabeth Brodersen, Helen Morgan, Andrew Samuels, Monica Luci,

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C.G. Jung's Collected Works: The Basics 1st Edition by Ann Yeoman (Author), Kevin Lu (Author)

C.G. Jung’s Collected Works The Basics

This new introduction to Jung’s Collected Works―written in lively and accessible style―provides a comprehensive guide to key concepts in analytical (Jungian) psychology while charting the creative evolution of Jung’s thought through his own words.

Invaluable to both beginners and those more experienced with Jungian theory, this book provides tables listing key readings for further study of the Collected Works, clear explication of fundamental principles, chapter summaries, prompts for deepening a critical engagement with Jung’s texts, a glossary of key terms, and suggestions for further reading.

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Creative Process and Personal Aesthetic: Developing a Symbolic Tool Kit

Explore the nature of your personal aesthetic and the role it plays in your own creative process. Your aesthetic determines the shape, colour, dimension, and tone of experience and determines the form the creative process will take: what colour a certain shape will become, what quality of line will hold a particular movement, what gesture

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Jungian Psychoanalysis: A Contemporary Introduction

by Mark Winborn  Part of the Routledge Series – Contemporary Introductions to Psychoanalysis. As with other volumes in the series, this volume is not an introduction to Jung for the general public. It provides a succinct introduction to Jung’s main ideas but also outlines the debates and critiques of Jung’s theoretical framework across the decades. Additionally,

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Emily Dickinson: A Medicine Woman for Our Times

ReviewIn his book Emily Dickinson: A Medicine Woman for Our Times Steven Herrmann examines the life and writings of the poetess from a number of challenging perspectives… As with all individuals who teeter on the edge of society’s norms, Dickinson’s self-enforced isolation from her peers and community is shown by Herrmann to have been an

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Walt Whitman: Shamanism, Spiritual Democracy, and the World Soul

by Steven B Herrmann  Walt Whitman: Shamanism, Spiritual Democracy, and the World Soul begins with a dream that sent the author, Steven B. Herrmann, on a journey to analyze the “shamanic structures” of the collective unconscious that are present in the poetry and prose of America’s greatest bard, Walt Whitman. From a contemporary, analytical psychological point

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Working with the Wounded Narrative

Working With the Wounded Narrative. An Experiential Arts-Based Inquiry Overwhelmed and feeling powerless in the face of our own reactions to traumatic events and relationships, the psyche ironically identifies with the dark images of such inner or outer encounters. • These psychic images often then manifest themselves through physical and psychological symptoms including addiction.• Symptoms

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Traditions, Traps and Trends: Transfer of Knowledge in Arctic Regions

Traditions, Traps and Trends: Transfer of Knowledge in Arctic Regions

by Jarich Oosten (Editor), Barbara Helen Miller (Editor), Cunera Buijs (Contributor), Frédéric Laugrand (Contributor), & 4 more Traditions, Traps and Trends; Transfer of Knowledge in Artic Regions. The University of Alberta Press (2018)An edited collection that surveys Indigenous knowledge practices in northern Canada, Greenland, and Scandinavia. Editor information Jarich Oosten (1945–2016) was emeritus Professor of the Department of Anthropology at Leiden University and the author of

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A Jungian Analysis of Toxic Modern Society: Fighting the Culture of Loneliness

By Erik Goodwyn Using evidence from anthropology, neuroscience, psychiatry, analytical psychology and evolutionary biology, within this book Dr Erik Goodwyn explores the current cultural psyche, and how elements of modern society are contributing to the current loneliness epidemic. Despite tremendous advances in technology, developed countries are more anxious, depressed, suicidal and addicted today than we were

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