One of the most carefully guarded Jungian tomes, the Red Book, contains the record of Jung’s most personal journey, a journey that brought him to the confluence of brilliance and insanity.
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
The Red Book: A Reader's Edition can now be purchased online or at your local bookstore. The Original hard copy edition of Carl Jung’s Red Book were hard to find and the cost was often upwards of $150. This new reader’s edition has a price tag of lower than $40. The Red Book: A Reader’s Edition includes the full volume of work as well as Sonu Shamdasani’s introductory essay. The Asheville Jung Center is very excited that the Red Book will now be able to reach millions with this new edition. The Asheville Jung Center was founded in 2008 to advance the psychology of Carl Jung and promote an international Jungian community. It is affiliated with innerQuest Psychiatry and Counseling, a regional psychiatrist group.
To celebrate the release of this affordable edition of Carl Jung’s Red Book the Asheville Jung Center has launched new Red Book Seminar Continuing Education packages. The packages are available at the limited time introductory price of $79.99. The packages include a 3 hour streaming seminar, full transcript, and 5.0 Continuing Education Credit hours.
On Friday January 22, 2010 the Asheville Jung Center hosted a live seminar with Dr. Murray Stein, one of the world’s foremost Jungian Analysts out of Zurich, Switzerland. This 3 hour teaching seminar explored some of the deep mysteries of Carl Jung’s then recently released Red Book. One of the most carefully guarded Jungian tomes, the Red Book, contains the record of Jung’s most personal journey, a journey that brought him to the confluence of brilliance and insanity. With painstaking detail, numerous paintings, images, dialogues and reflections were recorded, revealing his rich archetypal world. It holds the inspiration for much of his pioneering theories and clinical techniques. CG Jung’s artistic masterpiece reveals an active imagination process similar to some modern Jungian journaling activities, such as The Artist’s Way. Analytical Psychology has long hoped to be able to view this profound text.
The Red Book had been locked away for almost one hundred years because of its revealing and raw exposure of Jung’s soul. Decades of negotiations with Jung’s heirs led to its release. Jungian groups around the world are exploring this book. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about this alluring text from one of the leading Jungian analysts.
Click HERE for information on the Asheville Jung Center’s Red Book Seminars and CEU Packages.