An Introduction to Jung's Major Works
a.k.a. Digestible Jung

The series introduces an overview of Jungian psychology.
Since Jungian concepts are utilized throughout this website,
these workshops may be of help for the curious explorer.
The relevance of Jung's research
for the future of science is indicated.

Jung's Basics in (very) Brief

A very, very, very quick look at some of the basic
hypotheses of Jungian psychology.

seminar 1a
seminar 1b
seminar 1c
seminar 1d

Symbols of Transformation
(Jung's Collected Works, vol. 5)

A rewrite of Jung's first major work, 1911-1912, 1952;
it's contents precipitated his break with Freud.

seminar 2a
seminar 2b
seminar 2c
seminar 2d

Mysterium Coniunctionis I
(Jung's Collected Works, vol. 14)

Jung's magnum opus, 1955-1956:
the book concerns alchemical images,
especially their importance in dreams.

seminar 3a
seminar 3b
seminar 3c
seminar 3d

Mysterium Coniunctionis II
(Jung's Collected Works, vol. 14)

seminar 4a
seminar 4b
seminar 4c

(Jung's Collected Works, vol. 9i)

An examination of the archetypal forces shaping history.
Suprisingly useful for understanding certain dreams.
Aion was published in 1951

seminar 5a
seminar 5b
seminar 5c
seminar 5d

"Answer to Job"
(in Jung's
Collected Works, vol.11)

The psychology of the Western God-image (1952):
its problematic aspects and possibilies for healing.
A valuable contribution to reflections on trauma, as well.

seminar 6a
seminar 6b
seminar 6c
seminar 6d

"Psychology of the Transference"
(in Jung's
Collected Works, vol. 16)

A study of the role of erotic feelings in the analytic process.
Alchemical imagery is the thread of Ariadne winding through
this treacherous labrynth. Published in 1946.

seminar 7a
seminar 7b
seminar 7c
seminar 7d

Synchronicity and the Matter of God
(from Jung's

An examination of Jung's thoughts on synchronicity,
as well as their importance for science and religion.
A re-examination of the nature of matter.
The last two segments particularly consider what
this means for science.

seminar 8a
seminar 8b
seminar 8c matter and science
seminar 8d matter and science

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