Jungian Books

Books by, about, and for Jungians

Shinichi Nakazawa

Nakazawa connects Buddhist philosophy with modern sciences such as psychology, quantum theory, and mathematics, as well as linguistics and the arts to present a perspective on understanding the mind in…

ISBN-10: 9781032125992

Nakazawa, S. (2023). A Holistic Lemma Science of Mind The Potential of the Buddhist Flower Garden Sutra. Routledge.

Satya Doyle Byock

An innovative psychotherapist tackles the overlooked stage of Quarterlife—the years between adolescence and midlife—and provides a “fascinating” guide “on how to navigate and thrive—rather than just survive—these odd years” (PureWow).…

ISBN-10: 0525511660
ISBN-13: 978-0525511663

Doyle Byock, S. (2022). Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood. Random House.

Thomas Moore

With compassion and insight, Thomas Moore offers a compelling case for an easier, lighter way of moving through life by experiencing the peace, calm, and openness of emptiness. Through ancient…

ISBN-10: 1608688666
ISBN-13: 978-1608688661

Moore, T. (2023). The Eloquence of Silence: Surprising Wisdom in Tales of Emptiness. New World Library.

Elise Loehnen

A groundbreaking exploration of the ancient rules women unwittingly follow in order to be considered “good,” revealing how the Seven Deadly Sins still control and distort our lives and illuminating…

ISBN-10: 059324303X
ISBN-13: 978-0593243039

Loehnen, E. (2023). On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Price Women Pay to Be Good. The Dial Press.

Frances Gray

Within this book, Gray argues that moments of profound existential importance are given to us in the presence of Art, and that such moments are important motivators in our personal,…

ISBN-10: 9780367085469

Gray, F. (2023). Epiphanies, Individuation, and Human Flourishing Essays on Nature, Beauty, and Art. Routledge.

Jason Smith

In Religious but Not Religious, Jungian analyst Jason E. Smith explores the idea, expressed by C.G. Jung, that the religious sense is a natural and vital function of the human…

ISBN-10: 1630518999
ISBN-13: 978-1630518998

Smith, J. (2020). Religious But Not Religious: Living a Symbolic Life. Chiron Publications.

Christopher Perry

This insightful volume is designed as a series of invitations towards living attentiveness, examining how we all make the “other”, through “projection” (blaming and shaming the other outside ourselves), our…

ISBN-10: 9781032187006

Perry, C. (2023). Jung's Shadow Concept: The Hidden Light and Darkness within Ourselves. Routledge.

Patricia Berry

Jung’s early psychiatric writing shows the basis for a psychopoetics, i.e., a psychology founded explicitly on the making activities of the human mind. In Jung, however, this basis is obscured…

ISBN-10: 0882141392
ISBN-13: 978-0882141398

Berry, P. (2023). Jung’s Early Psychiatric Writing: The Emergence of a Psychopoetics. Spring Publications.

Julienne McLean

Two towering figures thread their way through this book: St Teresa of Avila, the sixteenth century Spanish Carmelite saint, writer and reformer and C. G. Jung, the founder of modern…

ISBN-10: 1685030955
ISBN-13: 978-1685030957

McLean, J. (2023). The Diamond Heart – Jungian Psychology and the Christian Mystical Tradition. Chiron Publications.

Jim Kline

Nonrational Logic in Contemporary Society explores modern examples of beliefs that defy logic but nevertheless are enthusiastically embraced by legions of contemporary people living in technologically advanced societies.The appeal of…

ISBN-10: 9781032221908

Kline, J. (2023). Nonrational Logic in Contemporary Society: A Depth Psychology Perspective on Magical Thinking, Conspiracy Theories and Folk Devils Among Us. Routledge.

Robert Mitchell

The vocational archetype stands behind the character of the teacher’s personality, focusing lessons on both the intellectual and personality development of students. Teachers discover the vocational archetype in themselves through…

ISBN-10: 1682357481
ISBN-13: 978-1682357484

Mitchell, R. (2023). Teacher: Seeking the Vocational Archetype. Strategic Book Publishing .

Roula-Maria Dib

Simply Being is a celebration of the various facets of life, its blessings, beauties, and challenges. Exploring the richness of our manifold existence seen through the many different lenses beyond…

ISBN-10: 1630519251
ISBN-13: 978-1630519254

Dib, R. (2021). Simply Being. Chiron Publications.

Benig Mauger

In a time of spiritual awakening, emotional healing must move beyond psychology if it is to be effective. ‘The Soul & The Sea’ presents a new model of healing based…


Mauger, B. (2023). The Soul & The Sea. Soul Connections.

Sanford L Drob

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…

ISBN-10: 9780367461225

Drob, SL. (2023). Reading the Red Book: An Interpretive Guide to C. G. Jung’s Liber Novus. Routledge.

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