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NEW BOOK: Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond by Mark Winborn, Editor

Shared Realities: Participation Mystique and Beyond (Mark Winborn, Editor) is now available for purchase. Shared Realities brings together Jungian analysts and psychoanalysts from across the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. Jung’s concept of participation mystique is used as a starting point for an in depth exploration of ‘shared realities’ in the analytic setting… Read More »

New Book!  Feels Like Home Again: Collected Poems Paperback – March 15, 2014 by Joel Weishaus (Author)

Feels Like Home Again traces forty years of Joel Weishaus’ natural, poetic and spiritual life, from a military post in Massachusetts, to the San Francisco of the 1960s, to the mountains of Japan and Northern California, to New Mexico’s high desert; and from modernism to the thrums of post-modernism. In this collection, Weishaus, who is… Read More »

New Book: Time and Timelessness: Temporality in the Theory of Carl Jung

Dear friends and colleagues, I would like to inform you of the release of my book Time and Timelessness: Temporality in the Theory of Carl Jung by Routledge (London & New York). Please visit http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415810432/ for further information (and a promotional discount code). Feel free to share this email with your contacts that might be… Read More »

Primordial Psyche: A Reliving of the Soul of Ancestors: A Jungian and Transpersonal Worldview

by Diego Pignatelli Spinazzola Primordial Psyche (iUniverse 2011) introduces innovative perspectives to personality disorders and their connection with the unconscious phenomena,tribal rituals in pre-ancestral religions,magical thinking and animistic thought as well as visionary revelations in ancient worldviews from an archetypal perspective.This Jungian synthesis by Diego Pignatelli introduces a new positive evolutionary theory of borderline psychosis,the… Read More »

New Book out by John Dourley – Jung and his Mystics: In the end it all comes to nothing

I would like to inform the list of the publication of my new book, Jung and his Mystics: In the end it all comes to nothing, Routledge. It’s not about everything you wanted to know about nothing but may have been afraid to ask. But it does trace Jung’s appropriation of apophatic (regression to nothingness)… Read More »

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