Best Sellers

  • Map of the Soul – 7:  Persona, Shadow & Ego in the World of BTS
  • Map of the Soul – Shadow: Our Hidden Self
  • Men Under Construction:  Challenges and Prospects
  • The Collected Writings of Murray Stein: Volume 1 – Individuation
  • The Analyst and the Rabbi: Book
  • The Bible as Dream: A Jungian Interpretation
  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time Series
  • DSM-5 Insanely Simplified

 

Staff Picks

  • Storytime with Robert: Robert A. Johnson Tells His Favorite Stories and Myths
  • On the Spirit and the Self:  The Religious Art of Marc Chagall
  • Jung`s Red Book for our Time: Searching for Soul under Postmodern Conditions Vol. 1
  • Inner Gold – Psychological Projection
  • The Soul in Anguish
  • The Principle of Individuation
  • Hauntings
  • Love and Sacrifice

New Releases

  • A Story of Dreams, Fate and Destiny

    A Story of Dreams, Fate and Destiny

    In this rich and poetically written book which is featured in the Zurich Lecture Series 2020, Erel Shalit “calls attention to the dream and its images along the nocturnal axis that leads us from fate to destiny.” He takes us on a journey from ancient history, beginning with the first documented dream, that of Gilgamesh, to Adam and Eve and the serpent, to Joseph in Egypt as the Pharaoh’s dream interpreter, through ancient Greece to the Asklepion, to Swedenborg’s visions, to our world today through the eyes of Freud, Jung, and science, and finally to the process of active imagination to reveal the workings of Mercurius and the transcendent function.

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  • Map of the Soul – Shadow: Our Hidden Self

    Map of the Soul – Shadow: Our Hidden Self

    In this second book  in the series, Map of the Soul – Shadow: Our Hidden Self, Dr. Murray Stein explores the dark recesses of our psyche, as well as the shadow images in BTS’ latest songs in their album Map of the Soul: 7. The Korean Pop band, BTS, has been taking the world by storm with a series of albums inspired from Dr. Stein’s concepts titled Map of the Soul. Dr. Stein has joined them in expressing these same Jungian themes in a companion book series.

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  • Violence and Women: Exploring the Medea Myth

    Violence and Women: Exploring the Medea Myth

    The archetypal story of Medea is a cautionary tale for our era. Jason and Medea’s marriage, favored by the gods, represents an attempt at a union of opposites very far from each other. They represent the masculine and feminine principles, covering a wide range of psychological, sociological, and historical aspects.

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  • The Creation Tapestry of Girona (Spain) from around 1100: When Paganism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam were United

    The Creation Tapestry of Girona (Spain) from around 1100: When Paganism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam were United

    Around the year 1100 a genius mind created an image which has not lost its meaning today-the Creation Tapestry. To discover the symbolic meaning of the rich iconography of the Creation Tapestry opens up an insight in the common background of all religions back to the roots of shamanism, which use mandalas in dance as well as in images.  

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  • Breakfast At Küsnacht: Conversations on C.G. Jung and Beyond

    Breakfast At Küsnacht: Conversations on C.G. Jung and Beyond

    Breakfast at Küsnacht: Conversations on C.G. Jung and Beyond comprises a series of interviews with 10 Jungians and a special guest, Susie Orbach, feminist and relational psychotherapist. Each interview begins by asking them about the central steps of their intellectual biography/journey and which authors (or research areas) they consider essential for their own development and work (also beyond psychoanalysis). Therefore, when interviewing the Jungians, three basic questions were asked: (1) Who is Jung? Or, who is your Jung? (2) What is Jung´s relevance today? (3) What are dreams? These questions preceded a look into their own work and contributions.

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  • Storytime with Robert: Robert A. Johnson Tells His Favorite Stories and Myths

    Storytime with Robert: Robert A. Johnson Tells His Favorite Stories and Myths

    Robert A. Johnson was more than an international best-selling author of fifteen books, brilliant and influential Jungian analyst, and acclaimed international lecturer; he was a master storyteller. This collection is transcribed from Robert’s own tellings throughout the years. Robert told these stories, his favorites, to an appreciative and revering community each night at Journey into Wholeness events from 1981 to 2001. Robert collected several of these stories in his beloved India, but the book includes stories and myths from Chinese, Native American, Mexican, and European traditions. Each story is introduced by a colleague, mentee, or friend whose life was profoundly changed by the presence and teachings of this wise and other-wordly sage. 

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  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions Volume 4

    Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions Volume 4

    Edited by Murray Stein and Thomas Arzt, the essays in the series Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul under Postmodern Conditions are geared to the recognition that the posthumous publication of The Red Book: Liber Novus by C.G. Jung in 2009 was a meaningful gift to our contemporary world.

    This is the fourth volume of a multi-volume series set up on a global and multicultural level.

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  • Map of the Soul – 7:  Persona, Shadow & Ego in the World of BTS

    Map of the Soul – 7: Persona, Shadow & Ego in the World of BTS

    BTS did it again! Map of the Soul : 7 is a capstone of a 3-album project intended to reveal the inner landscape of the human soul that is packed with rich symbolism and woven together with BTS’s signature sound and moves. Starting with the lyrics, this book launches into a deep, engaging examination of the album in the light of the psychology of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. The many layers of meaning embedded in the number 7 are brought to light, along with several fundamental concepts of Jungian psychology.

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  • The Collected Writings of Murray Stein: Volume 2 – Myth and Psychology

    The Collected Writings of Murray Stein: Volume 2 – Myth and Psychology

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  • Map of the Soul – Ego: I Am

    Map of the Soul – Ego: I Am

    In this third book in the series,  Map of the Soul – Ego: I Am, Dr. Murray Stein explores the beginnings of consciousness and the concept of the “I,” as well as the evocative lyrics from the Korean Pop band BTS’s album, Map of the Soul: 7BTS’s album series titled Map of the Soul was largely inspired by Dr. Stein’s presentation of C.G. Jung’s groundbreaking psychological insights.

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Featured Authors

  • Cruz, Len

    authors-lencruzDr. Len Cruz has been editing and writing for years. In collaboration with Dr. Buser, he wrote the manuscript for DSM-5 Insanely Simplified. He admits that over the years his tastes progressed from Archie Comics and Mad Magazine to Freud for Beginners. Naturally, the opportunity to co-author a serious book on DSM-5 and ICD-10 utilizing cartoons was irresistible. In addition to his practice of psychiatry, Dr. Cruz is the Editor-in-Chief of Chiron Publications and is the co-founder of the Asheville Jung Center.

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  • Murray Stein, Ph.D.

    author-stein-murrayMurray Stein, Ph.D. is a training analyst at the International School for Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland. His most recent books include Practicing Wholeness; In Midlife: A Jungian Perspective; and The Principle of Individuation. He lectures internationally on topics related to Analytical Psychology and its applications in the contemporary world. He is publisher emeritus of Chiron Publications and is the focus of many Asheville Jung Center online seminars.

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  • Mary Harrell, Ph.D.

    Mary HarrellAuthor Chat: Living an Imaginative Life
    By Mary Harrell Ph.D.

    Are imaginal experiences real? What is the nature of the beings that live in that space between matters of the natural world, and ideas of the reasonable mind? How do they help us live a life imbued with wonder and mystery? These questions compelled me to begin exploring what French philosopher Henry Corbin called the imaginal realm, the mundus imaginalis. Corbin coined the term “imaginal” to distinguish between that which is “made up” – a flight of fantasy – and that reality residing on the border between waking experience, and a more generative kind of knowing and being.

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