“Jung has established the idea of man as part of the cosmic pattern. And man, as part of the cosmic pattern, has been given back his dignity as an individual.” Gerhard Adler, Ph.D. Gerhard Adler was born in 1904 and raised in Berlin. He took a doctorate from the University of Freiburg in 1927. And, […]
The Wisdom of Your Dreams: Using Dreams to Tap Into Your Unconscious and Transform Your Life: by Jeremy Taylor
The first dream book I read by Jeremy Taylor came out in 1983, 40 years ago. The one under review is Taylor’s final contribution, which came out in 2009, the year the Red Book was published. It is loaded with a career of insights garnered from his lifetime commitment to the psyche and to group […]
In this review, I am departing from the approach that has guided previous reviews on our website. I am not addressing a “classic” Jungian text. Instead, I am addressing a book that has to do with the origins of a classic, namely Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1963). Specifically, this review is about the recent publication of […]
John Douley’s 1984 Inner City book is a short (100 pages), heavily endnoted (16 pages) text that successfully captures Jung’s complex perspective on religion and religious experience. The subtitle of this book is as important as the title: A Jungian Critique of Christianity. Much has been written on this subject. This is such a big […]
Forty-one years ago, Murray Stein gave an eight-part course for the Jung Institute of Chicago called “The World of Hermes and the Experience of Liminality,” a title, he confessed, that would probably scare off potential readers if put in book form to the public at large.
Forty-two years ago, Daryl Sharp, the publisher of Inner City Books, had a mother of an idea: “I am going to publish nothing but manuscripts by Jungian analysts.”