C. G. Jung's Red Book is Now Revealed
October 2009 marked the publication of Jung's long hidden visionary work entitled Liber Novus ("The New Book"), popularly known as The Red Book. The Red Book is possibly the most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology. Its publication is a watershed that inaugurates a new era in the understanding of Jung’s life and work; it fully reveals the experiential, Gnostic roots of Jung's psychology.
In these thirteen lectures Dr. Hoeller elucidates the entire Red Book, chapter by chapter. Both prominent Jungian analysts and beginning students of Jung have together found this series a remarkably insightful aid to understanding the complexities of the Red Book.
The lectures are identified by, and follow in sequence, the chapter numbers and titles as found in the Red Book.
You may either purchase individual lectures offered from this set for immediate download or purchase the entire collection on MP3-CD or Flash drive via airmail. (Note that the MP3-CD/Flash drive album also includes "bonus lectures" introducing subjects covered by other sets in our catalog.)
Exploring C.G. Jung's Red Book
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