Alchemy Web Site and Virtual Library
58 megabytes online of information on alchemy in all its facets. Divided into over 1250 sections and providing tens of thousands of pages of text, over 1700 images, nearly 200 complete alchemical texts, extensive bibliographical material on the printed books and manuscripts, numerous articles, introductory and general reference material on alchemy.
C. G. Jung, Analytical Psychology, and Culture
The C.G. Jung Home Page was created to provide two resources supporting creative developments in individual and cultural psychology: First of all, this site offers a library of Jungian articles along with a regularly updated listing of Jungian public programs, training and post-graduate programs, WWW resources, and relevant news. This web site attempts to encourage new theoretical developments in psychology that are responsive to the changing world we share.
Cain’s Self-Exploration Site
Lots of depth-psych, literature, spirituality, etc. resources.
Carl Jung: Anthology of Work
Anthology of Writing: 1905-1961 & Primer of Jungian Concepts
Donivan Bessinger, MD
A physician/surgeon who has has put alot of work into making this one the most thought provoking Jungian sites on the as Wagner and Jakob Boehme are discussed in light of Jungian theory. Also, be on the look out for a couple of on-line novels free to download.
Jung Index interview with June Singer
This is the first time I’ve addressed myself to people on the Internet, save for a few good friends. I must admit I find it awesome. Matthew Clapp of the Jung Index, asked me to answer a few interview questions that would be sent in from readers of the JungNet and I agreed to do this. Why did I? Well, I’ve just had my eightieth birthday, and I thought that if I don’t keep trying new things, I’m liable to get brain-dead. I thought, this will be a breeze! That’s what I thought…
Are you looking for a way to keep in touch with what’s going on in the jungian community? Welcome to the JungNet e-newsletter. Sent out once a month, the newsletter contains the latest news, book reviews, regional society activities, and a run down and review of the latest jungian web pages. The newsletter has become a way to keep connected with jungians around the world. Over 2000 subscribers and growing – there is always something interesting. You are invited to subscribe to JungNet absolutely free. You are also encouraged to send in contributions: announce a new book you have written; announce a new jungian web site; send in your book reviews; review jungian lecturers you have seen; announce your local institute; society, or club schedule; announce your lecture schedule; and much, much more…
These definitions are taken from A Critical Dictionary of Jungian Psychoanalysis, Andrew Samuels, Bani Shorter, and Fred Plant, RKP, 1986.
Richard Noll HomePage
A comprehensive investigation into the work of C.G. Jung and his followers. Included is a great deal of documentation and publications freely available, including papers and book chapters you cannot find anywhere else in the world. Richard Noll is a clinical psychologist and a former Lecturer in the History of of Science at Harvard University. His first book on Jungian psychology, The Jung Cult, was named Best Book of Psychology published in 1994 by the Association of American Publishers.
The Dionysian Self: C. G. Jung’s Reception of Friedrich Nietzsche, by Paul Bishop
This book offers the first systematic analysis of Jung’s reception of Nietzsche. On the basis of a chronological survey of his references to Nietzsche, the author discusses their significance and argues that Jungian psychology represents, in important respects, a response to the challenge of Nietzsche’s thought. In particular, the motif of Dionysos is shown to underpin many of Jung’s main ideas throughout his intellectual development, and Jung’s project is examined in terms of the construction of a Dionysian Self.
The Gnosis Archive
The Gnosis Archive is maintained in association with The Gnostic Society.
The James Hillman Web Site
Everything you ever wanted to know about James Hillman and were afraid to ask…
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