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.

Abandonment: A Review of Jungian Analysis

Jungian theories and clinical approaches to the central therapeutic and developmental issue of abandonment are featured with topics covering early infancy, the creative woman, transformation, and others.

Change Your Story, Change Your Life: Using Shamanic and Jungian Tools to Achieve Personal Transformation

Change Your Story, Change Your Life is a practical self-help guide to personal transformation using traditional shamanic techniques combined with journaling and Carl Greer’s method for dialoguing that draws upon Jungian active imagination.

Bone: Dying into Life

In 1993, Marion Woodman was diagnosed with uterine cancer. Here, in journal form, is the story of her illness, her healing process, and her acceptance of life and death.

The Journey of Soul Initiation: A Field Guide for Visionaries, Evolutionaries, and Revolutionaries

Soul initiation is an essential spiritual adventure that most of the world has forgotten—or not yet discovered.