The Wisdom of Carl Gustav Jung transcends psychotherapy, reaching the ultimate mysteries of the spirit.
C.G. Jung's quest took him to the Gnostics at a time when very few Gnostic writings were available, before the emergence of the great treasure trove of the Nag Hammadi library. Jung had direct involvement in making the first codex from Nag Hammadi available to the world, and this codex became known as the "Jung Codex".
Sets here explore Jung's psychology, including the under-appreciated "Psychological Types" which shed much light on human consciousness.
Alchemy also captured Jung's attention, and he was aware of it as a spiritual discipline, rather than just a chemical quest for gold, and this topic is in the list on the left.
The decades-long wait for Jung's "Red Book" ended in 2009, and its treasure trove is explored by Dr. Hoeller in the highly acclaimed thirteen installments offered in the list on the left. In this section "Jung's Hidden Wisdom" explores the new light shed on Jung by the Red Book, and "Jung's Seven Sermons to the Dead" explores the beginnings of Jung's experiences which led to the writing of the Red Book, in a booklet that was published semi-privately during Jung's lifetime.
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