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Jungian Psychology
Code Name Price Description  
01201 Johnson, Robert
The Roots Of Modern Masculinity
$11.95 Robert Johnson, Jungian analyst and bestselling author of He, She, We and Inner Work, enters the deep inner stories that both describe and define the evolution of the Western male psyche. Starting with myths of Parsifal and the Grail quest, he brings us to the origins of our modern dilemnas and possible ways through them. - 1990 Esalen - One Audiotape
01202 Johnson, Robert
Wounded Feeling-Function
$11.95 Johnson examines the tendencies of Western (especially American) culture to encourage outward, worldly personalities at the expense of the subtler interior dimensions. He makes the language of Jungian personality types accessible and pertinent by connecting ancient mythological patterns with our everyday experience. - 1993 Esalen - One Audiotape
06601 Henderson, Joseph
American Indian and Jung
$11.95 Henderson suggests that the internal spiritual orientation of the American Indian contrasts sharply with the predominantly external orientation of European Americans. Perhaps through Jungian understanding of archetypal images, we can begin to comprehend the images which the Indian has always cultivated. - 1970 San Francisco - One Audiotape
06603 Henderson, Joseph
Jungian Psychology and Wisdom Of East and West
$11.95 Henderson relates Jung and Eastern philosophy in their mutual emphasis on the unreality of the ego. The Eastern view regards ego as a social phenomenon, and liberation from ego consciousness is attained through contemplation. - 1971 San Francisco - One Audiotape
06604 Henderson, Joseph
Discovery and Process in the Forms of Inituation
$11.95 1973 San Francisco - One Audiotape
06605 Henderson, Joseph
How To Read Jung
$11.95 "Jung does not think in straight lines but in spirals." In offering an approach to reading Jung's works, Henderson and Kirsch, both Jungian analysts, emphasize the intensively symbolic quality of Jung's style and stress the importance of intuition in choosing what to study. - - One Audiotape
07601 Perry, John
Psychosis and The Mystical Experience
$11.95 Perry offers a framework to take into account the mythical and archetypal experiences which we find in the world of dreams, in psychosis, drugs and in religious experiences. He feels psychosis can be nature's way of reorganizing the self along more favorable lines of growth. - 1968 Esalen - One Audiotape
08402 Merrell-Wolff, Franklin
The Unconscious
$11.95 Merrell-Wolff discusses the vastness of the unconsciousness, expanding on Jung's and other theorists' views. He speaks of consciousness and the unconscious as parts of a continuum of the psyche, and consciousness being tiny in relation to the whole. - 1973 Lone Pine, Ca - One Audiotape
10201 Sandner, Donald
Navajo Healing In Life Crisis
$11.95 The Navajos consider physical or mental distress to result from the individual's disharmony with the cosmos, and they have developed a rich tradition of artistic ritual for healing. The medicine man leads the patient through various rites of purification and invocation and finally to identification with the beauty of the universe. - 1973 San Francisco - One Audiotape
40002 Hoeller, Stephan
Gurdjieff and Jung
$11.95 Hoeller compares The Fourth Way of the Asian teacher Gurdjieff with the Western Analytical Psychology of Jung. - 1981 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
40014 Hoeller. Stephan
Jung, Tarot and Astrology
$11.95 1981 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
40015 Hoeller, Stephan
Secret Roots Of Alchemy
$11.95 Because of C. G. Jung, we have an entirely different view of alchemy than our predecessors did a century ago. Jung believed the primal link to the world of the unconscious had been lost until, in 1926, he dreamt that alchemy served as this bridge. Further research led to discoveries of inks between Gnosticism, alchemy, and archetypes of the unconscious. In this talk, Gnostic scholar Hoeller details Jung's explorations, and elaborates on methods alchemists and Gnostics use to bring about psychological and spiritual transformation. - 1985 Esalen - One Audiotape
40016 Hoeller. Stephan
Magic and Animal Powers
$11.95 "The overwhelming preoccupations of the Western mind bears the stamp of magic - to bring things out of dark into the light, to bring the unconscious into consciousness." Joseph Campbell`s work the Way of the Animal Powers provides Hoeller a starting point for this exploration of the role of magic in Western culture, and the importance of animals in mythology and in our psyches. - 1992 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
40018 Hoeller, Stephan
Jung and Synchronicity
$11.95 Our tendency to look for direct, objective causes in events may be depriving us of a rich inner significance. C.G. Jung's theory of synchronicity considers symbolic, psychological connections between material events of prime importance. Hoeller describes how other cultures make use of their sense of connectedness and how we can develop this sense. - 1996 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
CJ017 Segal, Robert
Campbell and Jung On Myth and Personality
$26.95 Segal describes Campbell as being chiefly concerned with the similarities amoung myths, Jung with the differences. Campbell saw myth as an antidote to therapy, Jung as an aspect of it. This illuminating talk and seminar discussion examines how each viewed the origin, function and meaning of myth. - 1994 Chicago Jung Institute - Three Audiotapes
00308 Bly, Robert
What The Shadow Knows
$11.95 Bly says that as children, we tried to figure out what everyone else wanted and abandoned our selves. In doing that, the self was deeply betrayed. Then we spend the rest of our lives trying to regain our shadow. (Taken from FACES OF THE ENEMY CONFERENCE -entire conference available) - 1983 San Francisco - One Audiotape
02810 Bateson, Gregory
It Used To Matter
$11.95 Referring to Accidie, the medieval devil representing sloth that arises from hopelessness, Bateson contrasts modern-day society to the 19th Century, particularly in relation to the lustiness or enthusiasm of the 19th Century and its activities. - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
05705 Faces Of Enemy Conference $56.95 This conference examines the darkness, the shadow within us, which leads to the destruction of ourselves and others. The premise is that hope begins when we acknowledge and face our dark side, re-owning our projections and learning to change the habitual patterns of our antagonistic mind. Speakers and topics include: Sam Keen - Paranoia, Propaganda and Projection; Ashley Montague - Is There Any Way Out?; Valenyin Berezhkov - How Russians Perceive Americans; Arthur Cox - How Americans Perceive Russians; Susan Griffin - The Need for an Enemy; Robert Bly - What the Shadow Knows; Richard Baker-Roshi - An Eastern Perspective; and William Sloane Coffin - A Western Perspective. - 1973 Esalen - Six Audiotapes
40004 Hoeller, Stephan
Devil As Shadow Of God
$11.95 eller traces historically the many views and definitions of evil, from the most ancient people and their matter-of-fact attitude, to today's attitude of evil as a great and awesome metaphysical concern and mystery. - 1982 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
40006 Hoeller, Stephan
Integrating Evil In Society
$11.95 Hoeller says that when individuals or societies lack self-knowledge and interior integration, they project the evil or shadow content of the unconscious and make the presence of an evil and loathsome enemy a veritable psychic necessity. - 1981 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
40005 Hoeller, Stephan
Servents Of The Shadow
$11.95 Through history many individuals and groups have been taken over by the shadow of their own nature, or by the universal shadow. Hoeller explores the inevitable aspect of human nature that attempts to rid itself of the dark, the unacceptable and evil side of itself by projecting that shadow in someone else. - 1982 Los Angeles - One Audiotape
05701 Keen, Sam
Paranoia, Propaganda and Projection
$11.95 Keen looks at the deeper causes of the antagonistic mind and the roots of the human capacity to wound, kill, and make enemies. He discusses what we do to dehumanize other human beings in order to allow us to kill them with a clear consciousness. (Taken from FACES OF THE ENEMY CONFERENCE -entire conference available above) - 1983 San Francisco - One Audiotape
04001 May, Rollo
Violence and The Daimonic
$11.95 May traces the sources of violence and aggression in our culture and man's relationship to evil and the daimonic. He explores the concept that evil can be used for good and that in every act of justice, we need to be sensitive that there is also an injustice. - 1970 Esalen - One Audiotape
04003 May, Rollo
Creativity And The Daimonic
$18.95 In psychotherapy and the creative process, May considers it necessary to confront and wrestle with the daimonic. He defines the daimonic as any natural function which has the power of taking over the personality - sex and eros, anger and rage, and the craving of power - and discusses the curious phenomenon that a creative person always lives with, and produces partly by virtue of the daimonic. - 1968 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
JN004 Maslow, Abraham
Criteria For Judging
$11.95 There is embedded in most discussions of instinctoid needs the belief that our most primitive impulses are only greedy or evil, selfish or destructive: this is innaccurate. Maslow argues that neglecting these impulses causes psychological illness. - 1963 Washington, Dc - One Audiotape
JT001 Meeting The Shadow (Book) $15.95 A collection of 65 wide-ranging articles by Jung, Bly, Campbell, Wilber, Hillman, Peck, and many others. The collection presents an overview of the dark side of human nature. It also offers tools for individual "shadow work." - - One BOOK
11401 Tarnas, Richard
Astrology, Psychedelics and The Archetypes
$11.95 What astrology seems to be is a highly developed form of meditation into archetypal consciousness, says Tarnas, describing astrology as a series of highly subtle, very liberating clues to help us map experiences that transcend our normal conception of ourselves and the external world - experiences he refers to as archetypal. He speaks of finding a profound correlation between astrological transits and the experiences of participants in Stan Grof's psychedelic therapy sessions. - 1979 Boston - One Audiotape
11403 Tarnas, Richard
Archetypal Astrology
$11.95 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
05402 Van Dusen, Wilson
The Nature Of Humaness
$11.95 Van Dusen relates personal humanness to archetypal drama. Is it possible for an actor to examine and understand his role, the play, the whole theater, find balance and come into accord with what is? He movingly relates his own role in the human drama to his own experiences of satori. - 1969 Esalen - One Audiotape