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

  • 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
  • The Soul in Anguish
  • The Principle of Individuation

New Releases

  • Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype

    Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype

    Relationships can serve as the alchemical vessels of a woman’s psychological transformation. Tracking the Wild Woman Archetype finds that the paradoxes and impossibilities of love serve to create a more profound woman who is more conscious of the manifold world of unconscious archetypes. It tracks the process of individuation and alchemical transformation through the study of texts, the author’s lived experience, and imaginal ways of knowing, such as dreams, synchronicities, and active imaginations.

     

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  • 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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  • There Are No Accidents in Love and Relationships:  Meaningful Coincidences and the Stories of Our Families

    There Are No Accidents in Love and Relationships: Meaningful Coincidences and the Stories of Our Families

    With a classical Jungian approach, best-selling author Robert Hopcke specifically focuses on family stories—how people met the love of their life, striking coincidences that are shared between siblings, parents and ancestors, ways in which synchronistic events accompany us in our transitions throughout our family histories—in order to explore both the nature of Jung’s notion of synchronicity but further to illustrate how our notion and experience of “family” is fundamentally archetypal and psychological in nature, rather than merely biological or social-cultural.

     

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  • A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of President Trump

    A Clear and Present Danger: Narcissism in the Era of President Trump

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  • Trolling with the Fisher King:  Reimagining the Wound

    Trolling with the Fisher King: Reimagining the Wound

    As a fisherman/seaman touched by war zones and wastelands in Viet Nam and the Bowery, a poet/therapist who has worked with his own wounds, and those of others, author Paul Pines believes that the Fisher King’s wounding can be understood as a function that speaks to our post-internet condition on the border of survival and extinction. 

     

     

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  • REIMAGINING GOD AND RELIGION: Essays for the Psychologically Minded

    REIMAGINING GOD AND RELIGION: Essays for the Psychologically Minded

    Drawing on the insights of Jungian or analytical psychology, Dr. Wright offers depth psychological analysis of our contemporary religious and political dilemmas, as well as invites readers to be midwives for the emerging religious myth that many believe to be on our collective horizon — a myth that will be more inclusive, intellectually and scientifically honest, and soul satisfying. 

     

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  • Dancing at the Still Point:  Marion Woodman, SOPHIA, and Me – A Friendship Remembered

    Dancing at the Still Point: Marion Woodman, SOPHIA, and Me – A Friendship Remembered

    At a time when we are witnessing the return of the World Soul, the rise of feminine consciousness and the re-enchantment of Nature, the friendship between Marion Woodman and Elinor Dickson offers us a rare glimpse into the new story yearning to be born.

    Dancing at the Still Point reveals a remarkable friendship rooted in Soul that is both deeply personal and transpersonal. Prompted by a dream in which Marion told her to write about their friendship, Elinor has succeeded in weaving their shared visions, dreams and insights with the playfulness, challenges, and honesty they shared over thirty-four years.

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  • The Archetype of the Number and its Reflections in Contemporary Cosmology

    The Archetype of the Number and its Reflections in Contemporary Cosmology

    Through the reflection of the archetypal number, detected as “rhythmic configurations of energy” in the history of the universe, author Alain Negre reveals unprecedented links between certain events in this story and raises the questions of their use in theoretical physics as an aid in interpreting and in suggesting new avenues of research.

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  • The Mythmaker

    The Mythmaker

    The Mythmaker is a personal myth, a fiction, based on author and depth psychologist Dr. Mary Harrell’s life. After the sudden death of her mother, seven young children and an overwhelmed father were left to figure out what to do.  Acknowledging that seminal happenings enwombed in our past seek re-membering, and in the tradition of personal mythtelling, Dr. Harrell, began a writer’s journey, to re-collect the meaning of her story. She proceeded in a series of spiralic returns gathering meaningful shards of symbolic experience.

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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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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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