Links to CGJ

http://voicingpsyche.wordpress.com/an-evolving-attitude/ is a pretty good Blog of C.G. Jung which I enjoy regularily.

Andrew Samuels is a well-known Jungian analyst and author who also rants on the web (and even uses video!). There are just not enough ranting Jungians. (Wikipedia article)



Heidi Kolb’s Blog
Though there are many, many Jungian analysts who write books, there are very few analysts who are bloggers. Ms. Kolb writes thoughtful, informative blogs about Jungian themes.



Jung at Heart: Ramblings about Psychotherapy and whatever else comes to mind. Dr.Fuller is a Jungian psychotherapist living on the coast of Maine. She writes about Jung, and the process of psychotherapy (a neglected Blogging topic.)



John Betts, Jungian Analyst
Excellent educational site, lots of free podcasts to listen to.



The Jung Page
Make sure to check out the Articles section, which has the best collection of essays about Jungian subjects on the Web.



The Alchemy Website
This a very thorough and well-done website devoted to alchemy.



Archives For Research in Archetypal Symbolism
This is the most well designed and artistic Jungian website I have seen, lots of care has been put into web design and images. You have to be a member to utilize most of the website; if you do, it has wonderful images and commentary.



The Philemon Foundation“exists to make available the complete works of C.G. Jung in editions that meet the highest standards of scholarship and do justice to the true measure of this major creative thinker.” These are the wonderful and dedicated folks who brought us The Red Book.



The International Association for Analytic Psychology is “regulatory organization for all professional analytical psychologists’ groups. The main objectives of the IAAP are to advance the understanding and utility of analytical psychology worldwide, and to ensure that the highest professional, scientific and ethical standards are maintained in the training and practice of analytical psychologists among its Member Groups.
The Abstracts of the Collected Works are very useful.



Database of Symbols

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