Study Materials

This page includes readings recommended by our seminar leaders pertaining to their presentations, and sometimes the actual lectures or presentation slides. We are very grateful to our seminar leaders who have kindly supplied us with a copy of their lectures or presentations. We feel these seminars are a great success, and hope the materials here will encourage and inspire you to think more about these amazing topics.

These materials are presented most recent at the top for your convenience. Please see the bottom of this page for material from earlier years.

2015 Programme

Cecile Rozuel – Ethics in a Modern Business-Orientated Society: A Jungian Perspective – April 18th

Dr. Ian Ross  Primary Process Emotions, Archetypes, and Paths of Individuation – March 21st

Some books related to the theme of Affective Neuroscience and Jung:

  • Axline, Virginia M. 1964.  Dibs: In Search of Self   (Personality Development in Play Therapy)     ISBN 0-14-021344-9
  • Bowlby, John:  1980:  Attachment and Loss:  Volume 3:  Loss:  Sadness and Depression  ISBN  0-14-0222607-9
  • Damasio, Antonio R.:  1994.  Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain    ISBN 0-399-13894-3
  • Damasio, Antonio R.  1999.  The Feeling of What Happens –  Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness.  ISBN 0-15-100369-6
  • Damasio, Antonio R.:  2003. Looking for Spinoza:  Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain. Heinemann.  ISBN  0-434-00787-0
  • Carroll, Roz; At the border between chaos and order;  IN Revolutionary Connections:  Psychotherapy and neuroscience.  Ed.  Jenny Corrigall and Heward Wilkinson; Karnac 2003;     ISBN 1-85575-941-1
  • Gilbert, Paul. 2009.  The Compassionate Mind.  How to use compassion to develop happiness, self-acceptance and well-being.  ISBN 978-1-84901-098-6
  • Gerhart, Sue:  2015 [sic].  Why Love Matters – how affection shapes a baby’s brain. Second Edition ISBN  978-0-415-87053-5
  • Hanh ;Thich Nhat: 1990:  Our Appointment with Life: discourse on Living Happily in the Present Moment.     ISBN 0-938077-36-8
  • Hanh; Thich Nhat: 1998. The Heart of the Buddha’s Teaching. Transforming suffering into peace, joy and liberation   ISBN 0-7126-7003-3
  • Hanh, Thich Nhat:  2010. Reconciliation – healing the inner child ISBN  978-1-935209-664-5
  • LeDoux, Joseph.  1999.  The Emotional Brain.    ISBN 798-0-7538-0670-8
  • Jung;  C.J.;   1934B; The meaning of psychology for modern man. IN: C.W. Vol 10:  Civilisation in Transition.  [Routledge 1970];  ISBN  0-415-06579-8
  • Jung, C.G. 1935/1976. The Tavistock lectures – Lecture V. IN Collected Works 18; pp 238 – 139. ISBN  0-415-09895-5
  • Jung;  Carl G. 1946 / 1954:  On the nature of the psyche.  IN: CW  Vlll:   The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche.      ISBN 0-415-06581-X
  • Jung,  Carl G.:  The Personal and the Collective Unconscious IN CW 7:  Two Essays on Analytical Psychology.  ISBN 0-415-05111-8
  • Jung,  Carl G.: 1959 / 1960: Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology.  IN: Collected Works; Volume 10: Civilisation in Transition pp 456-468.  Translated from the German by R.F.C. Hull.  Routledge; ISBN 0-415-06579-8
  • Liedloff, Jean. 1975 /1986. The Continuum Concept. ISBN 0-14-019245-X
  • Panksepp, Jaak: 1998.   Affective Neuroscience:  The Foundation of Human and Animal Emotions;   Oxford University Press;  ISBN 0-19-509673-8
  • Panksepp, Jaak; & Biven, Lucy. 2012.   The Archaeology of Mind:  Neuroevolutionary Origins of Human Emotions.    ISBN 13-978-0-393-70531-7
  • Siegel, Daniel.  2010B.   Mindsight  – transform your brain with the new science of Kindness   ISBN 978-1-85168-761-9
  • Stevens;  Anthony:  1990 / 1999.  On Jung  Routledge;  ;  ISBN  0-415-04642-4
  • Sunderland, Margot.  2006 / 2007   What every parent needs to know; ISBN 978-1-4053-2036-8

Olga E. Turcotte – Symbols:  What We See in What Is – February 14th

Recommended Reading / Reference for Participants:

  • Jung, Carl Gustav. Man and His Symbols. New York, New York: Dell Publishing, 1968. ISBN: 978-0440351832 (This is a very “reader-friendly” version of Jung’s work on symbolism.)
  • Jung, Carl Gustav. Symbols of Transformation. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1990. ISBN: 978-0-691-01815-7
  • Jung, Carl Gustav. Psychology of the Unconscious:A Study of the Transformations and Symbolisms of the Libido. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 2001. ISBN: 978-0-691-090252
  • Jung, Carl Gustav. The Symbolic Life. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1989. ISBN: 978–0-691-09892-0

 

2014 Programme

Peter Kenney – Psychological Types – March 22nd

Please see Peter Kenney’s paper below in the 2013 programme

Margaret Wilkinson – The Embodied Psyche – April 5th

Wilkinson References Edinburgh 2014

Wilkinson Handout 2014

Publications:

  • Margaret Wilkinson (2010) Changing Minds in Therapy. Emotion, Attachment, Trauma & Neurobiology. Publishing Company: W. W. Norton.
  • Margaret Wilkinson (2006) Coming into Mind. The mind-brain relationship: a Jungian clinical perspective.  Publishing Company: Routledge.
  • Article Title: Neurobiology in the Consulting Room: An interview with Margaret Wilkinson. Author: Sieff, D. Journal: Spring 2010 Vol.84 pp 327-348
  • Article Title: The Brain and its Relationship to Mind. A conversation with Margaret Wilkinson. Author: Olivetti, K. Journal: Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche 2013 vol7(4) pp 62-76

Laura Martin – Dorothy L. Sayers (1893-1957) and Peter Wimsey as Animus – May 3rd

Fantastical Conversations CGJSS

Mariolina Graziosi – The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious – June 2nd

Readings for this seminar:

  • CG Jung, Collected Works vol. 7,  Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, pp. 123-244, paras 202-406 (the 2nd essay)
  • ‘Reflections on the Question of Being in Western Contemporary Society’, in International Sociological Association.

Iain McGilchrist and Frances Milnes – Honouring the Master Within – July 26th

Publications and suggested readings:

  • Iain McGilchrist (2009) The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. Publishing Company:  Yale University Press
  • CG Jung, ‘On the Importance of the Unconscious in Psychopathology’, in Collected Works, vol 3, The Psychogenesis of Mental Disease

Dale Mathers – Self and No Self – September 6th

Suggested readings for this seminar and publications:

  • Dale Mathers, Melvin E. Miller and Osamu Ando  (ed) (2009) Self and No Self: proceedings of the second Kyoto Conference on Buddhism and Psychotherapy, Publishing Company: Routledge (useful chapters might be): 9 –   No self and the emptying god,  Melvin Miller pp 79 – 91; 13 – Stop Running Dale Mathers pp 12 – 132; 16 – The experience of self in Zen and Christian mysicism Disuke Shimizu pp 155- 164;
  • In Vol 9: ii –  Collective Works of C G Jung: The Self para 43-67. Publishing Company Routledge.
  • Dale Mathers (ed) (2009)  Vision and Supervision: Jungian and Post-Jungian Perspectives. Publishing Company:  Routledge
  • Dale Mathers (ed) (March, 2014)  Alchemy and Psychotherapy: Post-Jungian Perspectives.  Publishing Company: Routledge
  • Dale Mathers (2001) An Introduction to Meaning and Purpose in Analytical Psychology. Publishing Company:  Routledge

Jules Cashford – The Myth of the Messenger  – November 1st

Publications:

  • Jules Cashford (2003) The Moon: Myth and Image. Publishing Company: Cassell IllustratedJules Cashford (2003)
  • Translator of The Homeric Hymns.  Publishing Company: Penguin Classics
  • Jules Cashford, co-author with Anne Baring (1993), The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an Image. Publishing Company:  Penguin
  • She has made two films on the early Northern Renaissance painter, Jan van Eyck, The Mystery of Jan van Eyck and The Mystic Lamb.

 

2013 Programme

Dr. Gottfried M. Heuer – “And if the Body were not the Soul, What is the Soul?” – June 22nd

G Heuer-And if the Body Were not the Soul

Colwyn Trevarthen – Creative Thinking with the Body and Others, from Conception – February 23rd

Trevarthen Seminar 23-02-13

Peter Kenney – Types and  Archetypes: John Beebe’s Development of Jung’s Typology – April  20th

Types and Archetypes