Depth Psychology List
Some interesting links and articles for Jungian and Depth Psychology:

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Web Pages with a Growing List of Aggregated Articles (Scoop-It), curated for the Depth community by Bonnie Bright

Depth Psych 

Ecopsychology

Depth Psychology Book Reviews 

 

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Depth Psychology and Soul

On Jung and Depth Psychology by James Hollis, PhD

On Depth Psychology: It’s Meaning and Magic by Bonnie Bright

What exactly is Depth Psychology? by Diane Hancox

What is Depth Psychology? by Bonnie Bright

 
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Jung-Related

Carl Jung Depth Psychology BlogSpot: Vast archive of quotes (with sources!) from C.G. Jung, curated by Lewis Lafontaine

Jung's Red Book: Healing the Faustian Ego by Craig Chalquist, PhD

Throwing Light on the Shadow: Carl Jung's Answer to Evil

Images from The Red Book: Not only was Carl Jung a brilliant psychologist, he also painted

Psyche and Soma: A Jungian Inquiry into the Symbolic Landscape of Ancient Egypt by Bonnie Bright


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Following is 8-Part Series on Jung's life and work published in The Guardian in 2011 around the time of the 50-year anniversary of Jung's death (June 6, 1961)


The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 1: Taking inner life seriously

30 May 2011: Mark Vernon: Achieving the right balance between what Jung called the ego and self is key to his theory of personality development

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/may/30/carl-jung-ego-self

The Guardian:  Carl Jung, part 2: A troubled relationship with Freud – and the Nazis

6 Jun 2011: Mark Vernon: On the 50th anniversary of Jung's death it is time to put accusations of him collaborating with the Nazis to rest

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jun/06/carl-jung-freud-nazis

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 3: Encountering the unconscious

13 Jun 2011: Mark Vernon: Jung's Red Book reveals his belief in the painful, personal process of discovering how the unconscious manifests itself in conscious life

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jun/13/carl-jung-red-book-unconscious

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 4: Do archetypes exist?

20 Jun 2011: Mark Vernon: Jung's theory of structuring principles remains controversial – but provides a language to talk about shared experience

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jun/20/jung-archetypes-structuring-principles

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 5: Psychological types

27 Jun 2011: Mark Vernon: The Myers-Briggs test is but one offshoot of Jung's attempt to show how radically people's perceptions and instincts can differ

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jun/27/carl-jung-psychological-types

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 6: Synchronicity

4 Jul 2011: Mark Vernon: With physicist Wolfgang Pauli, Jung explored the link between the disparate realities of matter and mind

http://www.guardian.co.uka/commentisfree/2011/jul/04/carl-jung-synchronicity

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 7: The power of acceptance

11 Jul 2011: Mark Vernon: Like the AA movement, Jung believed that acceptance and spiritual interconnectedness were crucial to a person's

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jul/11/carl-jung-power-acceptance

The Guardian: Carl Jung, part 8: Religion and the search for meaning

11 Jul 2011: Mark Vernon: Like the AA movement, Jung believed that acceptance and spiritual interconnectedness were crucial to a person's

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2011/jul/18/how-to-believe-jung-religion


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