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James Hollis PhD Finding Your Own Path on LIVING SMART with Patricia Gras.Author and Jungian Analyst James Hollis PhD is one of the most prolific Jungian analysts in the country. He discusses finding your own individual path. If we indeed want to create a life worth living, we have to do our inner work -- something we sometimes forget in a shallow, fast-paced culture which seldom challenges us & spoon-feeds us comforting junk food instead of genuine nourishment....

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Professor Andrew Samuels on Jung and the Post-Jungians – the interview by Dr Richard House In 1985, Andrew Samuels published the book Jung and the Post-Jungians, which turned out to be a much-read, reliable – yet also controversial – mapping of the field of Jungian analysis since Jung.

Shrink Rap Radio – Exploring The “Participation Mystique” with Jungian Analyst Mark Winborn PhD A podcast by David Van Nuys. He talks with Mark Winborn among others about Winborn’ new book Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond.

Shrink Rap Radio interview with Samuel Kimbles – The Unconscious Impact of Culture on Psyche A podcast by David Van Nuys. He talks with Samuel Kimbles among others about Kimbles’ new book „Phantom Narratives: The Unseen Contributions of Culture to Psyche”.

Red Book Dialogues: Rabbi David Wolpe & Lionel Corbett Artists, thinkers, and cultural icons were paired on stage with Jungian analysts or scholars and invited to respond to and interpret a folio from Jung’s Red Book as a starting point for a wide-ranging conversation. This series – Red Book Dialogues – was based on a series that originated at the Rubin Museum of Art, New York. Rabbi David Wolpe & Lionel Corbett took place in May 2010 in Hammer Museum.

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„Marked By Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way” eds. Patricia Damery and Naomi Ruth Lowinsky Marked By Fire: Stories of the Jungian Way [The Fisher King Review Volume 1] is a soulful collection of essays that illuminate the inner life. Have a look at this formidable list of Jungian Authors and the titles to their essays.

„A Jungian Life: A Memoir” by Thomas Kirsch "Tom Kirsch’s unique life as a Jungian spans much of the history of analytical psychology which he both witnessed first hand and helped shape. His gifts of seasoned insight, finely tuned feeling and a keen eye for specific historic detail makes this volume a rare and significant contribution." – Tom Singer, M.D., Jungian analyst, editor of ‚Psyche and the City’

Edward Edinger - Encounters with the Greater Personality - YouTube