CCJS Resources

2015-2016 Resources & Suggested Readings

Readings related to the Goodchild talk:

  • Songlines of the Soul: Pathways to a New Vision for a New Century - Veronica Goodchild
  • The Shamanic Way of the Bee - Simon Buxton
  • Masters of the Living Energy: The Mystical World of the Q'ero of Peru - Joan Parisi Wilcox
  • The Pilgrimage - Paulo Coelho
  • On DVD: "Crop Circles: Quest for Trust" - William Gazecki. Free on the internet.

 

Readings related to the Romanyshyn talk:

  • Leaning toward the Poet: Eavesdropping on the Poetry of Everyday Life
  • Related essays available as PDF files on the website: RobertRomanyshyn.com. Go to Home page/Publications Multi Media/Articles
    1. "Anyway, why did it have to be the death of the Poet? The Orphic Roots of Jung's Psychology."
    2. "Sitting on a Bench with James Hillman: Conversations with the Dead."

 


2014-2015 Resources & Suggested Readings

Spring 2015

Readings mentioned in Glen Slater's presentation:

  • A Religion of One's Own: A Guide to Creating a Personal Spirituality in a Secular World by Thomas Moore
  • The Secular Mind by Robert Coles
  • C. G. Jung Speaking: Interviews and Encounters by C. G. Jung
  • God: A Biography by Jack Miles
  • Ego and Archetype by Edward F. Edinger
  • Senex and Puer by James Hillman and Glen Slater
  • Varieties of Mythic Experiences: Essays on Religion, Psyche and Culture by Dennis Patrick Slattery and Glen Slater
  • Good Housekeeping article. December, 1961, published after Jung's death. Last interview with Jung: June 2, 1961, Jung died June 6, 1961.

 

Note: The call numbers listed on the books below are from the Cuesta College Library.

  • Psychology and Religion (CW 11 or standalone publ. by Princeton) by C. G. Jung, (BL53 .J8 1960
  • Jung's Treatment of Christianity by Murray Stein, BR110 .S72 1985
  • The New Gnosis by Roberts Avens, 2003
  • Fundamentalism: The Search for Meaning by Malise Ruthven, 2005 (non-Jungian treatment)
  • Fundamentalism: A Very Short Introduction by Malise Ruthven, 2007 (non-Jungian treatment)

Other related books on Psychology and Religion in the Jung Society Cuesta Library:

  • Jung's approach to religion: three papers by Eleanor Bertine, BL53 .B4 1959
  • Transformation of the God-image: an elucidation of Jung's Answer to Job by Edward F. Edinger, BL51 .J8533 E35 1992
  • A strategy for a loss of faith: Jung's proposal by John P. Dourley, BF175.4 .R44 D68 1992
  • Jung's quest for wholeness: a religious and historical perspective by Curtis D. Smith, BF175.4.R44 S65 1990
  • Liberating the heart: spirituality and Jungian psychology by Lawrence W. Jaffe, BL624 .J335 1990
  • Imago Dei: a study of C.G. Jung's psychology of religion by James W. Heisig, BL53 .H378 1979
  • Religion and the cure of souls in Jung's psychology by Hans Schär, BF109 .J8 S414 1950

Winter 2015


Fall 2014

  • Revisioning Psychology by James Hillman - his description of spirit and soul (Section entitled "An Excursion on Difference Between Soul and Spirit" pp 67-72)
  • The Old Fool and the Corruption of Myth by Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig - the last chapter and epilogue
  • The Emptied Soul by Adolf Guggenbuhl-Craig
  • Pathologies of the Modern Self by David Michael Levin (ed)
  • The Culture of Narcissism by Christopher Lasch
  • Archetypal Psychologies by Stanton Marlan (ed)
  • The Soul of the Nurse by Elizabeth Robinson


2013-2014 Resources & Suggested Readings



Other Links

  • Cuesta College Jung Collection - Go to- library.cuesta.edu. Click on-Library. Then click on-Find a Book. You can search by title, author, subject, word or phrase. Residents of SLO county can get a Cuesta Library card for a nominal fee. Books taken out can be renewed with a phone call.
  • Depth Psychology Alliance


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