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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Finding a Cultural Zeitgeist Between Bordered and Borderless Worlds

Presented by Sulagna Sengupta 8am-10am PST, 28th July 2024 Please join us for the upcoming IAJS Online Zoom seminar with Sulagna Sengupta presenting: Finding a Cultural Zeitgeist Between Bordered and Borderless Worlds July 28, 2024, with Sulagna Sengupta 1.5-hour Zoom beginning at 8 am PST. Moderated by Gustavo Beck To find your local time, click here -à World Time

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New book: Time and Trauma in Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy: The Wisdom of Andean Shamanism

Last month, I published a new book, Time and Trauma in Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy: The Wisdom of Andean Shamanism , through Routledge and wonder if you might be interested in my presenting about it on your platform. Endorsements “Dr. Bryon’s bold weaving together of interpersonal and Jungian analytic perspectives, informed by indigenous Andean shamanism,

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New Book: Feminisms, Technology and Depth Psychology An Enquiry

Feminisms, Technology and Depth Psychology explores the intersection of a variety of feminist thought with technology through the lens of depth psychology, and investigates how current approaches to technology impact female life globally – from internet use, to biotechnology, to how female creators imagine life. This thought‑provoking collection, edited by Leslie Gardner, Catriona Miller and

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Jungian Counseling & Play Therapy: Classical Theory for the Digital Age

Hello Jungian friends, I hope this finds you well. I’m writing to announce my upcoming book Jungian Counseling & Play Therapy: Classical Theory for the Digital Age through Rutledge Press. It’s available for pre-order on August 22, 2024, arriving after September 12, 2024.  https://www.routledge.com/Jungian-Counseling-and-Play-Therapy-Classical-Theory-for-the-Digital-Age/McRoberts/p/book/9781032559834 Pacifica will soon be announcing my lunch & learn series with them about the

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Sonu Shamdasani

The next recipient of the IAJS annual C. G. Jung Award is Sonu Shamdasani

Sonu Shamdasani will be honored as the next recipient of the IAJS annual C. G. Jung Award and will give his C. G. Jung Memorial Keynote Address at the IAJS online conference, Jung and Duality, December 6-8, 2024. Please join us in congratulating him for his notable achievements. On behalf of the Board of Directors of IAJS,

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The Red Book - Carl G. Jung’s - Philemon

Call for Papers: IAJS Jung & Duality Dec 6-8 2024 (Abstract Deadline Extended)

 “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” ― Carl Gustav Jung Abstract Deadline Extended to August 31st 2024 Jung and Duality: Contemporary Thought Conference Focus Jung emphasized the importance of ‘making darkness conscious.’ To facilitate the confrontation of the unconscious with consciousness, Jung involved a variety of practices such as

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Maurice Nicoll

Maurice Nicoll: Forgotten Teacher of the Fourth WayPublicist—An Insight

Maurice Nicoll: Forgotten Teacher of the Fourth Way By (Author) Gary Lachman In 1922, Maurice Nicoll (1884–1953) abandoned his successful London psychiatry practice and his direct studies with Carl Jung to move his family just outside of Paris to the Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man, a center recently opened by philosopher, mystic, and

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The Red Book - Carl G. Jung’s - Philemon

Call for Papers: IAJS Jung & Duality Dec 6-8 2024

 “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” ― Carl Gustav Jung Jung and Duality: Contemporary Thought Conference Focus Jung emphasized the importance of ‘making darkness conscious.’ To facilitate the confrontation of the unconscious with consciousness, Jung involved a variety of practices such as active imagination, dream work, tending to the

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Psychological and Philosophical Studies of Jung’s Teleology (Philosophy and Psychoanalysis)

New Book – Psychological and Philosophical Studies of Jung’s Teleology

Psychological and Philosophical Studies of Jung’s Teleology: The Future-Orientation of Mind, Garth Amundson (Editor), part of the Philosophy and Psychoanalysis Series by Routledge, Jon Mills series editor. This important new volume addresses an underappreciated dimension of Jung’s work, his concept of the teleology, or “future-orientation”, of psychic reality. The work, authored by an international group

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