Links for Learning about Carl Gustav Jung

Carl Gustav Jung
b. 7-26-1875; Switzerland
d. 6-6-1961; Küsnacht

Swiss physician Carl Gustav Jung described his life as “a story of the self realization of the unconscious.”
Integrating his life long spiritual attitude with a scientific investigation of dreams and fantasies, Jung came to better understand himself and thereby understand the people who came to him for help.
For Jung the process he called individuation, the growth toward psychic wholeness, carried the meaning of life and was the creative activity of God.
His discoveries and therapeutic methods include personality typology, archetypes, the shadow, anima and animus, active imagination and much more.


The Joseph Campbell Foundation – The Joseph Campbell Foundation® was incorporated in 1990 to preserve, protect, and perpetuate the work of Joseph Campbell by further his pioneering work in mythology and comparative religion.

The Alchemy Web Site and Virtual Library – Online information on alchemy in all its facets with bibliographical material.

Roots of Western Mysticism Resources Page – Collection of resources for the philosophical study of Christian, Jewish and Islamic mysticism.

The Labyrinth: Resources for Medieval Studies – The Labyrinth provides free, organized access to resources in medieval studies through links to databases, services, texts, and images around the world.


Folklore & Mythology Electronic Texts

Mythology from The Digital Librarian

History of Psychology

Internet Sacred Text Archive

I Ching

Chinese Classics & Translations

The Keirsey Temperament Sorter and Temperament Theory Web Site

The Center for Story and Symbol

C. G. Jung Groups Around the World
—United States
International Assoc for Analytical Psychology
C. G. Jung Society of Atlanta
Southern Arizona Friends of Jung
Jung Society of Austin
Greater Cincinnati Friends of Jung
C. G. Jung Club of Orange County, CA
C. G. Jung Institute of Boston
C. G. Jung Society of Chicago
C. G. Jung Center of Houston
Kansas City Friends of Jung
Jung Institute of Los Angeles

Minnesota Seminar in Jungian Studies
C.G. Jung Foundation of New York
Oregon Friends of Jung
San Diego Friends of Jung
San Diego Friends of Jung
Jung Institute of San Francisco
C. G. Jung Society, Seattle
Jung Society of Utah
Washington Society for Jungian Psychology
— Canada————
C. G. Jung Foundation, Ontario
C. G. Jung en langue francaise
Association of Jungian Analysts, UK
Jung Institute of Zurich, German
—South America—–
C. G. Jung Foundation- Argentina (Espanol, English)

Carl Gustav Jung available
as poster & notecard.

Jung-lg-cartArtist: Frank V. Szasz

Posters (18"x24"+/-) Printed on heavy weight paper, ready to take to your favorite framer.
• Posters $20/ea.;
• Laminated posters $25/ea.;
• Gandhi & Mother Teresa not available as posters.

Notecard w/ envelope (4.5"x6" folded). Heavy weight paper, blank inside; great for invitations & program covers.
• Notecard $2.50/ea.
• Dozen of one image $24/doz.

Bookmarks (1.75"x6"), heavy weight paper.
• Bookmark: $1.25/ea.
• Pkg/25 of one image: $25
• Jung image not available as bookmark.

Printed in the USA.

Carl Jung on Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band



Also on July 26th

• 7-26-1788 – New York State Ratifies, 11th State

b. 7-26-1796 – George Catlin, artist   George Catlin Resource File

b. 7-26-1856 – George Bernard Shaw, author  George Bernard Shaw Resource File

b. 7-26-1875 – Carl Gustav Jung, psychology   CP Links for Learning – C G Jung

b. 7-26-1894 – Aldous Huxley, author

b. 7-26-1919 – James Lovelock, enviromentalist  James Lovelock Resource File

b. 7-26-1956 – Dorothy Hamill, figure skater   Dorothy Hamill Resource File



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