Best Sellers

  • The Human Soul (Lost) in Transition At the Dawn of a New Era
  • Where Soul Meets Matter:  Clinical and Social Applications of Jungian Sandplay Therapy
  • Faith, Forensics, and Firearms:  A Spiritual Psychoanalysis of Three Forensic Trauma Cases
  • The Bible as Dream: A Jungian Interpretation
  • Rocket Man:  Nuclear Madness and the Mind of Donald Trump
  • The Mythmaker
  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time Series
  • There Are No Accidents in Love and Relationships:  Meaningful Coincidences and the Stories of Our Families

 

Staff Picks

  • Map of the Soul – Persona: Our Many Faces
  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions Volume 3
  • Rocket Man:  Nuclear Madness and the Mind of Donald Trump
  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time Series
  • Thomas B. Kirsch in Conversation with Murray Stein in the Home of C.G. Jung DVD
  • Soul Play: A Workbook To Inspire And Guide Your Soul Journey
  • Inner Gold – Psychological Projection
  • Jacob & Esau

New Releases

  • Memories of a Vietnam Veteran: What I Have Remembered and What He Could Not Forget

    Memories of a Vietnam Veteran: What I Have Remembered and What He Could Not Forget

    Barbara Child put her heart and soul into a letter to her partner, Alan Morris, while he was at the cottage they shared in Florida and she was away at school in California. He was a Vietnam War veteran, and she was taking a seminary course on war—in particular, the Vietnam War.  A little more than two years later, the war finally took its toll on Alan. He put a Colt .45 to his head and pulled the trigger. 

     That letter led to one thing, then another. Eventually, Barbara began analysis with a Jungian psychologist and shared the letter with him. She began talking more and more about Alan. She began writing more and more about Alan. From those writings came this book.

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  • A Jungian Legacy:  Tom Kirsch

    A Jungian Legacy: Tom Kirsch

    This book honors the life and legacy of Tom Kirsch with essays from close friends of Tom who share how he touched their lives.  In addition, included is Tom’s talk at ISAP for the memorial day of Jung, which was about his relationship to Zurich and to the Jungian analysts, including Jung himself, and also his interview with Murray Stein.  

    Contributing Authors

    John Beebe

    Andreas Jung

    Jean Kirsch

    Luis Moris

    Andrew Samuels                                           

    Heyong Shen

    Thomas Singer

    Murray Stein 

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  • Women, Stereotypes And Archetypes

    Women, Stereotypes And Archetypes

    The book Women, Stereotypes and Archetypes, by Manisha Roy,  explores the complexity of modern woman’s identity which is no longer supported by convenient but limiting stereotypes.

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  • A Most Mysterious Union: The Role of Alchemy in Goethe’s Faust

    A Most Mysterious Union: The Role of Alchemy in Goethe’s Faust

    Hardcover Now Available!  Paperback releasing July 22, 2019

    Readers today are especially thrilled by the prospect of good news. Drought and global warming, civil war and famine, poverty and economic inequity—yes, bad news abounds. This book by Dr. Stephen Wilkerson, on the other hand, is about hope and optimism for the future. The recorded history of our world is largely one of a sometimes worthy patriarchal striving. It has, however, all too often been tarnished, marred, and horribly disfigured by the hatreds, intolerance, and destruction that have accompanied it. And the good news? There is another way, poignantly and persuasively outlined nearly two hundred years ago by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, involving the Divine Feminine.

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  • On the Spirit and the Self:  The Religious Art of Marc Chagall

    On the Spirit and the Self: The Religious Art of Marc Chagall

    This book compliments and extends the scholarship surrounding Chagall’s place in the History of 20th Century Art as a Religious artist. Central to this study is the psychic process of individuation and the ways in which images appear to depict the deeper changes in our collective human existence. A new perspective on Chagall’s creative output is presented through the application of Jungian theory: Jung identifies a separation between the cultural and historical underpinnings of natal faith, or creed, and the presence of an internal, personal spirituality, or religious attitude. This theoretical approach helps to define Chagall’s creative connection to his own natal Hasidic faith whilst clarifying the interiority of his religious experiences on a universal level. Primary source materials reflecting the Artist’s voice are illuminated by color reproductions to support the perspective that, like Jung, Chagall was among the most prolific and significant religious communicators of the 20th Century.

     

     

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  • Thomas B. Kirsch in Conversation with Murray Stein in the Home of C.G. Jung DVD

    Thomas B. Kirsch in Conversation with Murray Stein in the Home of C.G. Jung DVD

    Blue Salamandra films is pleased to offer this remarkable interaction between Thomas B. Kirsch and Murray Stein on DVD.

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  • Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions Volume 3

    Jung’s Red Book for Our Time: Searching for Soul Under Postmodern Conditions Volume 3

    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 third volume of a multi-volume series set up on a global and multicultural level.

     

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  • Mirror, Mirror: Transforming Narcissism to Self-Realization

    Mirror, Mirror: Transforming Narcissism to Self-Realization

    Mirror, Mirror by Gayle Bohlman, LCSW-C, offers an in-depth exploration of narcissism, looking at how it is constructed and a transformative path of healing narcissistic wounds. She posits that this is particularly relevant today as our collective consciousness grapples with the narcissism bombarding us daily in the news. The book utilizes the mirrors in the stories of Snow White, Narcissus, and Medusa to explicate a path from narcissism to self-realization.

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  • The Hiss of Hope:  A Voyage with Parkinson’s Towards an Intimate Autonomy

    The Hiss of Hope: A Voyage with Parkinson’s Towards an Intimate Autonomy

    The diagnosis of a chronic illness can separate a person’s timeline into two spaces: the before and the after of the onset of the disease.

    For author Meredith Oenning-Hodgson it is Parkinson’s Disease. The disease has been with her for 20 years. For the first few years the relationship between her and Parkinson’s remains moderate. But the symptoms gradually become worse. And the battle begins. Her psychoanalytic practice has to close. Patients are referred to colleagues. Her days and nights consist of dualistic power battles, of feelings of resignation, or of enduring the hours when her body freezes and she becomes a statue, at the mercy of Parkinson’s Disease.

    Even though The Hiss of Hope is about living with a chronic disease, the book does not dwell on a life of suffering and desperation, but rather, it also depicts the adventure leading to places, to encounters and to depths of experience that would not have been possible without first having been ambushed by Parkinson’s.

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  • The Hidden Pathways of Germanic Mythology: On the Neglected, Demonized, Repulsed and Repressed Archetypical Representations of Original Germanic Culture

    The Hidden Pathways of Germanic Mythology: On the Neglected, Demonized, Repulsed and Repressed Archetypical Representations of Original Germanic Culture

    In the context of the Indo-European cultures, this book by Paul Wassmann offers an overview of the hidden pathways of Germanic Mythology, focusing upon the Germanic Word View, the creation of the world, the Dawn of Gods and the psychological role of some of the most significant gods and goddesses.

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Featured Authors

  • 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.

  • 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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  • Barbara Hannah

    author-hannah-barbaraBarbara Hannah (1891–1986) was born in England. She went to Zürich in 1929 to study with Carl Jung and lived in Switzerland the rest of her life. A close associate of Jung until his death, she was a practicing psychotherapist and lecturer at the C.G. Jung Institute. Her books available from Chiron include The Archetypal Symbolism of Animals; Encounters with the Soul; Jung, His Life and Work: A Biographical Memoir; and Striving Toward Wholeness.

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