Welcome! This site offers a variety of resources about Jungian Analytical Psychology. The Antioch University Seattle (AUS) Jungian Discussion Group monthly schedule is posted below (see schedule in right column). For questions or comments, please contact Ann Blake via AUS e-mail or stop by Ann's AUS campus office. You can also bring questions and comments to the AUS Jungian Discussion Group (see schedule in right column below).
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Friday, September 14, 2012

SPRING JOURNAL offering
Reading The Red Book
An Interpretive Guide to C. G. Jung's Liber Novus
by Sanford L. Drob
Foreword by Stanton Marlan
ISBN: 978-1-935528-37-1
342 pp.
Price: $32.95
The long-awaited publication of C.G. Jung's Red Book in October, 2009 was a signal 
event in the history of analytical psychology. Hailed as the most important work in Jung's 
entire corpus, it is as enigmatic as it is profound. Reading The Red Book by Sanford L. 
Drob provides a clear and comprehensive guide to The Red Book's narrative and thematic 
content, and details The Red Book's significance, not only for psychology but for the 
history of ideas.
*****
Praise for Reading The Red Book
"Drob writes with the heart of a spiritual seeker and the mind and eye of a scholar
... Reading The Red Book, along with his earlier work, has established him as an
 important and unique voice in Jungian scholarship."
Stanton Marlan, Ph.D., ABPP, President of the Pittsburgh Society of Jungian Analysts, 
and author of The Black Sun: The Alchemy and Art of Darkness
"Sanford Drob has provided us with an indispensable guide to the structure 
and function, the purpose and meaning of Jung's hidden masterpiece: 
this lucid commentary will surely establish itself as the inevitable starting-point of 
Red Book interpretation for many years to come."
Paul Bishop, Ph.D., Professor, University of Glasgow, and
 author of Reading Goethe at Midlife
"An outstanding map to guide the reader through the labyrinth of associations, 
images, and thoughts contained in Jung's Red Book. Drob locates its innumerable 
themes within an historical context of classical, modern, and postmodern 
philosophy, connects Jung's ideas with his later works, and elucidates Jung's 
unique contribution to Western thought. Reading The Red Book is a work of 
exploration that serves as a companion to any reader who wishes to fathom 
the secrets of Jung's most enigmatic work."
John Hill, M.A., Senior Jungian Training Analyst, Z├╝rich, and author of  
At Home in the World: Sounds and Symmetries of Belonging
"In this essential companion to Jung's Red Book, Drob tracks the path of 
Jung's psychological wrestlings, placing those struggles within the broader 
tradition of philosophical, theological, and mystical thought. In this way the 
reader is privileged access to witness not only the astonishing raw, bloody, 
personal birthing of Jung's ideas—but then also to be led into more tranquil
 areas for reflection. Drob's comments as well as thematic groupings aid one
in imagining those squirming offspring into realms with implications both 
practical as well as ideological. This book is clear, intelligent and helpful—
truly a must read for those who dare cross the Red Book portal."
Pat Berry, Ph.D., President, Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts, a
nd author of Echo's Subtle Body: Contributions to an Archetypal Psychology
"...a much needed antidote to the perilous times in which we live where o
ur political, economic, educational and environmental practices are in dire 
need of the soul's perspective."
Robert D. Romanyshyn, Professor, Pacifica Graduate Institute, and creator of 
the multi-media DVD, Antarctica: Inner Journeys in the Outer World
Chapter 1:
Jung's Prologue: Inspiration and Knowledge from the "Depths"
The Red Book: Liber Primus, Prologue
Chapter 2:
The Search for the Soul
The Red Book: Liber Primus, Chapters I-VII
Chapter 3:
Of Gods, Heroes and Prophets
The Red Book: Liber Primus, Chapters VIII-XI
Chapter 4:
Soul-Making Encounters
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapters I-VII
Chapter 5:
The Healing of Izdubar
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapters VIII-XI
Chapter 6:
The Descent Into Hell
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapters XII-XIII
Chapter 7:
The Library, the Kitchen, and the Madhouse
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapters XIV-XVIII
Chapter 8:
Magic, Symbols and the Critique of Reason
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapters XX-XXI
Chapter 9:
Philosophical and Theological Reflections
The Red Book: Liber Secundus, Chapter XXI, cont.
Chapter 10:
I, Self, Prophet, Soul and God
The Red Book: Scrutinies
Chapter 11:
The Seven Sermons to the Dead
The Red Book: Scrutinies, cont.
Chapter 12:
Final Encounters and Reflections
The Red Book: Scrutinies, cont.
Chapter 13:
The Red Book and Contemporary Psychology
*****
About the Author:

Sanford L. Drob, Ph.D., is a member of the Core Faculty in 
Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate University in 
Santa Barbara, California. Dr. Drob holds doctorates in both 
philosophy and clinical psychology and for many years 
served as the Director of Psychological Assessment at 
Bellevue Hospital in New York. He has a longstanding 
interest in the interface between mysticism, philosophy, 
and psychology and is the author of several books on 
Jewish mysticism, the most recent of which are  
Kabbalah and Postmodernism: A Dialog and 
Kabbalistic Visions: C.G. Jung and Jewish Mysticism.

Friday, August 31, 2012




Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture

Spring, founded in 1941, is the oldest Jungian psychology journal in the world. Published twice a year, each issue explores from the perspective of depth psychology a theme of contemporary relevance and contains articles as well as book and film reviews. Contributors include Jungian analysts, scholars from a wide variety of disciplines, and cultural commentators.

Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: A Bridge Between
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Volume 87
Guest Editor: Jerome S. Bernstein
ISBN: 978-1-935528-39-5
268 pp.
Price: $25.95
SUBSCRIBE to Spring Journal and SAVE up to 40% off the cover price.
One year (two issues) is $40.00 and two years (four issues) is $70.00, with free shipping within the United States. Your subscription will start with the Native American Cultures and the Western Psyche: A Bridge Between issue.
C.G. Jung and Lakota Sioux scholar Vine Deloria, Jr. recognized that Jungian psychology could serve as a bridge between Native American cultures and the Western psyche. To further this bridge-building, Spring Journal has invited Native American psychologists, scholars, and cultural commentators to share their insights upon the connections and disconnections between Native American cultures and the Western psyche, how each informs the other, and what helps or hinders a dialogue between them.


Editor's Introduction
Nancy Cater
Guest Editor's Introduction
Jerome S. Bernstein
A Review of C.G. Jung and the Sioux Traditions: Dreams, Visions, Nature, and the Primitive by Vine Deloria, Jr.
Joseph B. Stone
A Critique of Western Psychology from an American Indian Psychologist
Jeff King
Coming Home: Knowing Land, Knowing Self
Jeanne A. Lacourt
Historical Trauma and Colonialism—A Path Analysis: The Implications for Neurological and Developmental Psychopathology and Amelioration by Healing through Traditional Tribal Medicine Practices
Joseph B. Stone
Medicine Wheel, Mandala, and Jung
Eduardo Duran
Experiences in Navajo Healing
Frank Morgan
Becoming a Navajo Medicine Man
Johnson Dennison
The Inupiat Eskimo, the Land, the Ghosts, and Carl G. Jung
Catherine Swan Reimer
JUNGIANA
Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Jung's Bailey Island Lectures: Carl Jung's The Bailey Island, Maine and New York City Seminars of 1936 and 1937
Richard P. Brown
FILM ESSAY
Reflections on The Tree of Life, a film by Terrence Malick
Linda Schierse Leonard
BOOK REVIEWS
The Ecocritical Psyche by Susan Rowland
Terrie Waddell
Jung and Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image by Christopher Hauke and Luke Hockley, eds.
William G. Doty
The More of Myth: A Pedagogy of Diversion by Mary Aswell Doll
Dennis Patrick Slattery
Gathering the Light: A Jungian View of Meditation by V. Walter Odajnyk
Dennis Patrick Slattery
*****
Upcoming Issues of Spring Journal:
ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTERS AND COLLECTIVE TRAUMA
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Vol. 88
Publication Date: November, 2012
Guest Co-Editor: Stephen J. Foster, Ph.D., Jungian analyst and environmental scientist, author of Risky Business: A Jungian View of Environmental Disasters and the Nature Archetype
BUDDHISM AND DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY: REFINING THE ENCOUNTER
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Vol. 89
Publication Date: Spring 2013
Guest Editor: Polly Young Eisendrath, Ph.D., Jungian analyst, author, and editor (with Shoji Muramoto) of Awakening and Insight: Zen Buddhism and Psychotherapy
JUNG AND INDIA
Spring: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Vol. 90
Publication Date: Fall 2013
Guest Editors: Al Collins, Ph.D., Sanskrit scholar and psychologist, and Elaine Molchanov, Jungian analyst