Il Libro Rosso

Author: Carl Gustav Jung
Editor: Bollati Boringhieri
ISBN: 8833973115
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Jung lavorò al Libro rosso – incomparabile verbale dei sogni e delle visioni che popolarono il suo «viaggio di esplorazione verso l’altro polo del mondo» – per oltre sedici anni, dal 1913 al 1930, e ancora in tardissima età lo definì una sorta di presagio numinoso, l’opera di fondazione in cui aveva deposto il nucleo vitale e di pensiero della sua futura attività scientifica. Il Libro rosso è, in effetti, il libro segreto di Jung. Segreto soprattutto in quanto riproduzione simbolica di un universo altro, popolato di immagini interiori che provengono da un aldilà mitico, in cui si caricano di una potenza numinosa che le rende a un tempo guaritrici e pericolose: operatori magici di forze psichiche autonome che solo attraverso un corpo a corpo con l’inconscio è possibile neutralizzare e incanalare in un percorso terapeutico. Quella che Jung chiamerà più tardi «immaginazione attiva», è appunto lo strumento inedito di cui egli si servì per suscitare i contenuti archetipici della psiche. Con il suo tesoro di esperienze iniziatiche e meditazioni sapienziali il Libro rosso si situa dunque al centro di una straordinaria sperimentazione che ne fa un unicum nel panorama novecentesco. La sua pubblicazione, a distanza di quasi cinquant’anni dalla morte di Jung, ha segnato un punto di svolta negli studi sulla psicologia analitica. La presente edizione, agile e compatta, riproduce integralmente il testo, senza le tavole dipinte con cui Jung illustrò la sua «discesa agli inferi». È diretta a chiunque voglia approfondirne – con l’aiuto della sapientissima curatela di Sonu Shamdasani – ogni articolazione e ogni fantasmagoria psichica. A chiunque sia attratto dalle movenze di un dialogo interiore grazie al quale la Vita si è automanifestata entro una vita.

Red

Author: Somalia Seaton
Editor:
ISBN: 9781848426528
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Somalia Seaton's Red is an unflinching and bold exploration of the internal lives of young women. It is part of Platform, an initiative from Tonic Theatre in partnership with Nick Hern Books, aimed at addressing gender imbalance in theatre.

Visions

Author: C. G. Jung
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ISBN: 9780415187480
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For Jung, the beautiful and brilliantly creative 28-year old Christiana Morgan was an inspired force whose path in self-analysis paralleled his own quest for personal knowledge. By teaching Morgan the trance-like technique of active imagination, Jung helped her embark on a series of archetypal adventures which she depicted in paintings of great virtuosity and he candidly recounted at a seminar given to some of his closest followers. Through his eloquent description of the fiery, mythic visions of a woman discovering her repressed sexuality and feminine power, Jung reveals how deeply this encounter challenged his understanding of feminine psychology. These two volumes bring together for the first time colour reproductions of Morgan's paintings with a complete transcript of the seminar.

Guida Alla Lettura Del Libro Rosso Di C G Jung

Author: Bernardo Nante
Editor: Bollati Boringhieri
ISBN: 8833975096
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Il libro indispensabile per comprendere il capolavoro di Jung. Un commento in genere chiosa, espone, chiarisce. Accompagna la lettura dischiudendo ciò che appariva serrato e impenetrabile, interpretando passi così densi da risultare cifrati, stabilendo correlazioni intertestuali con opere prossime o con altre che a stento si sarebbero indovinate affini. Il grande studioso di Jung Bernardo Nante conosce l’arte di prendere per mano il lettore e la mette al servizio del Libro rosso junghiano, per il quale non esistono termini di paragone se non nelle narrazioni profetiche o nei racconti mitici arcaici. Nante ne allestisce l’unica guida integrale, indispensabile per chiunque voglia addentrarsi nel magma di visioni portentose, affidate allo splendore delle tavole dipinte e alla mercurialità della parola scritta. Ogni movimento con cui l’Io sprofonda nelle proprie tenebre per conoscere infine la realtà piena, ogni personaggio che dà voce alla fondamentale polifonia della psiche, ogni immagine che amplifica lo sgomento e la fascinazione del lungo viaggio sono messi qui nella giusta luce. Non quella troppo cruda della ragione critica, che si limita a spiegare, né quella troppo complice dell’abbandono, che fa solo balenare i significati e lascia storditi, ma quella che illumina l’assurdo senza perdere l’ancoraggio del senso e delle sue numerose valenze. L’impresa di rendere comprensibile il libro più enigmatico del Novecento ora può dirsi compiuta.

Eranos Yearbook 71 2012 Beyond Master Spaces Without Thresholds

Author: Eranos Foundation
Editor: Daimon
ISBN: 3856309772
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The 71st volume of the Eranos Yearbooks, Beyond Masters – Spaces Without Thresholds, presents the work of the activities at the Eranos Foundation in 2012. The book gathers the lectures organized on the theme of the 2012 Eranos Conference, “On the Threshold – Disorientation and New Forms of Space” together with the talks given on the occasion of the 2012 Eranos-Jung Lectures seminar cycle, on the topic, “The Eclipse of the Masters?” This volume includes essays by Valerio Adami, Stephen Aizenstat, Claudio Bonvecchio, Michael Engelhard, Adriano Fabris, Maurizio Ferraris, Mauro Guindani, Nikolaus Koliusis, Fabio Merlini, Bernardo Nante, Fausto Petrella, Gian Piero Quaglino, Shantena Augusto Sabbadini, Amelia Valtolina, and Marco Vozza. Each lecture is reproduced in the language in which it was presented: 12 essays in Italian, 3 in English, and 2 in German.

Introduzione Alla Lettura Del Libro Rosso Di Jung Ediz Italiana E Inglese

Author: Luca V. Fabi
Editor: Persiani Editore
ISBN: 8896013313
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Eranos Yearbook 70 2009 2010 2011

Author: Eranos Foundation
Editor: Daimon
ISBN: 3856309616
Size: 19,90 MB
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The 70th volume of the Eranos Yearbooks presents the work of the last three years of activities at the Eranos Foundation (2009–2011). It includes the papers given on the theme of the 2011 conference, About Fragility in the Contemporary World, together with talks given on the occasion of the seminar cycle entitled, Eranos Jung Lectures, which took place during the years 2010–2011 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Carl Gustav Jung’s passing. Eminent international scholars gathered to share their work, presented here primarily in English, along with some chapters in Italian. This publication carries additional special meaning in further consolidating the collaboration with the Fetzer Institute by presenting the manuscripts of the Dialogues on the Power of Love, held at Eranos between 2008 and 2011. This project follows the path of the original model of Eranos, especially the aspect of dialogue, searching for understanding and deepening crucial themes in the contemporary world. Contents: 2011 Eranos Conference: About Fragility in the Contemporary World 2008–2011 Fetzer Institute Dialogues at Eranos – The Power of Love: - Love in the Esoteric Traditions - Love in the History of Eranos - Love and Beauty in the Visual Arts - Love and the Social Bond - Love and the Musical Arts 2010–2011 Eranos-Jung Lectures The Greek word ‘Eranos’ means a ‘banquet’, to which every guest contributes. From 1933 onwards, the Eranos Conferences took shape in Ascona-Moscia (Switzerland), springing from the idea of Olga Fröbe-Kapteyn to create a ‘Meeting Place of East and West’. Under the influence of the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and other prominent leaders of that era, the Eranos Conferences found their way towards symbolical, archetypal, and mythological motifs. The Eranos gathering is symbolized by its famous Round Table, the image and meaning of which inspired many of the leading thinkers of the 20th century. For more than 70 years, depth psychologists, philosophers, theologians, orientalists, historians of religions as well as natural scientists find at Eranos a unique place where they could meet and exchange views. The rich collection of Eranos Yearbooks bears testimony to an immense and original work accomplished in various fields of learning.

Reading The Red Book

Author: Sanford L. Drob
Editor:
ISBN: 9781935528371
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The long-awaited publication of C.G. Jung’s Red Book in October, 2009 was a signal event in the history of analytical psychology. Hailed as the most important work in Jung’s entire corpus, it is as enigmatic as it is profound. Reading The Red Book by Sanford L. Drob provides a clear and comprehensive guide to The Red Book’s narrative and thematic content, and details The Red Book’s significance, not only for psychology but for the history of ideas.

The Symbolic Life

Author: C.G. Jung
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317533461
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Originally planned as a brief final volume in the Collected Works, The Symbolic Life has become the most ample volume in the edition, and one of unusual interest. It contains some 160 items spanning sixty years; they include forewords, replies to questionnaires, encyclopedia articles, occasional addresses, and letters on technical subjects. Collection of this material relied on three chief circumstances. After Jung returned from active medical practice, he gave more of his time to writing, and some sixty papers as well as books were written after 1950. Second, recent research has brought to light a number of reviews, reports and articles from the early years of Jung's career. Finally, Jung's files yielded several finished or virtually finished papers that survived in manuscript. Volume 18 includes three longer works: 'The Tavistock Lectures' (1936); 'Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams' (1961); and 'The Symbolic Life', the transcript of a seminar given in London in 1939.

Jung On Alchemy

Author: C. G. Jung
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691010978
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The ancient practice of alchemy, which thrived in Europe until the seventeenth century, dealt with the phenomenon of transformation--not only of materials (ore into gold) but also of the human spirit (self into Other). Through their work in the material realm, alchemists discovered personal rebirth as well as a linking between outer and inner dimensions. C. G. Jung first turned to alchemy for personal illumination in coping with trauma brought on by his break with Freud. Alchemical symbolism eventually suggested to Jung that there was a process in the unconscious, one that had a goal beyond discharging tension and hiding pain. In this book, Nathan Schwartz-Salant, a leading Jungian analyst with an interest in alchemy, brings together a key selection of Jung's writings on the subject. These writings expose us to Jung's fascinating reflections on the symbols of alchemy--such as the three-headed Mercurial dragon, hermaphrodites, and lions devouring the sun--and brings us closer to the spirit of his approach to the unconscious, closer than his purely scientific concepts often allow.