Tag Archive: Red Book

Jung, Izdubar, and Enantiodromion

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By Dr. Curtiss Hoffman A Response to “Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration”, an excerpt by Dr. Murray Stein from AJC #10: Carl Jung’s Red Book On the topic of Izdubar, back in 1914, when Akkadian (the language of the Gilgamesh Epic) was only beginning to be well known to scholars, and the much older Sumerian…

Liber Secundus: Individuation as Integration

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An excerpt by Murray Stein, Ph.D. from AJC10: Carl Jung’s Red Book [Join us in our 4th Seminar on Carl Jung's Redbook, Presented this time by Curtis Hoffman] The first part of Carl Jung’s Red Book was more about separation, in the second part Jung begins integrating several important things.  You could also refer to…

Poll: Source of Jung’s Red Book

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JavaScript needs to be enabled for polling to work. Online Surveys by Constant Contact. Thank you for participating in our poll! For more captivating conversation about Jung’s Red Book please join us on February 28th for the next installment in our Red Book series titled Cross-Cultural Symbolism in C.G. Jung’s Red Book: An Anthropological Exploration.Dr….

Architecture of the Soul: Inner and Outer Structures of C. G. Jung

The House of C.G.Jung completes a trilogy that began with Memories, Dreams, and Reflections and continued with the 2010 release of The Red Book. Six authors collaborated on the text of this beautiful book that belongs somewhere between an art book, a architecture and fenestra into the mind of Carl and Emma Jung.

The Mythopoetic Path – A Road Less Traveled

There is an age old battle between the rational and irrational, the logical view versus an artistic or symbolic one. Jung talks of a “Mythopoetic Imagination,” which he saw as severely lacking in our modern culture.  It is what often engages us on  the Jungian path, which stands in stark contrast to our daily &…

What’s in Your “Red Book”?

The Red Book was one man’s (Jung’s) effort to plum his own depths. This is an invitation. If you feel so moved, share an excerpt from your personal “Red Book”.

In What Spirit Are You Living?: Jung’s “Spirit of the Times” vs “Spirit of the Depths”…

In the first section of Carl Jung’s Red Book he dives into the question of how he is living his life.  He feels torn between two powerful forces within his soul.  He calls them “the Spirit of the Times” & “the Spirit of the Depths”.   In this 3 minute video blog Dr. Murray Stein describes…