Jungian Analysis

Jungian analysis is a type of talk therapy created by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung following his long collaboration with Sigmund Freud. The purpose of Jungian analysis is individuation, or achieving wholeness as a person. The process focuses on integrating the conscious and unconscious aspects of the mind to create balance, and uses personality analysis, dream analysis, and an understanding of the archetypes of the collective unconscious to do this. Jungian analysis is also called Jungian therapy, analytical psychology, or analytical therapy.


Joseph Campbell—Jung, the Self, and Myth

Joseph Campbell begins exploring C.G. Jung’s idea of the Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious by looking at Jung’s concepts of the Self and of the Ego, and begins discussing how myth communicates between the two.


How to Start a Dream Journal for Jungian Dream Analysis

In this video, I cover some basic tips for starting your dream journal so that you can begin to do a Jungian dream analysis on your dreams. Dreams are the direct expression of unconscious activity in the psyche.


Joseph Campbell—Jung and the Shadow System

Joseph Campbell continues exploring C.G. Jung’s idea of the Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious by looking at Jung’s concept of the Shadow - the aspects of one’s personality that one has submerged - and looks at how it serves as a wellspring for dream and myth.


Ralph Metzner: Jung, Hofmann and the Philosopher’s Stone


Our Connection To Something Bigger: The Archetypes of C.G. Jung

Dr. Portko presents a lecture on archetypes as introduced by the Swiss psychologist Carl. G. Jung. This concept emerged in his development of analytical psychology and contemporary approaches to psychological theory and practice.


Terence McKenna on Carl Jung

Terence McKenna talks to the Jung Society about the importance and his appreciation of Carl Jung.