Carl Gustav Jung & The Red Book (part 1)


Publicado em 07/08/2013
“Carl Gustav Jung and the Red Book,” an all day symposium, featured presentations by prominent Jungian scholars.

Speaker Biography: Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani is a London-based author, editor, and professor at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London WIHM/UCL. Shamdasani works discuss the history of psychiatry and psychology from the mid-nineteenth century to current times. Shamdasani holds a BA from Bristol University, followed by MSc, History of Science and Medicine, University College London/Imperial College and gained his Ph.D. in History of Medicine from WIHM/UCL.

Speaker Biography: James Hillman is a psychologist, scholar, international lecturer, pioneer psychologist, and the author of more than twenty books. Hillman has held teaching positions at Yale University, the University of Chicago, Syracuse University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Dallas, where he cofounded the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

Speaker Biography: Ann Ulanov is a professor of psychiatry and religion at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. She is the author of several books, including Religion and the Spiritual in Carl Jung and The Healing Imagination: The Meeting of Psyche and Soul.

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Carl Jung: The Wisdom of The Dream – Vol 1 – A Life of Dreams


This film is one of a three-part series of films produced by PBS, on the life and works of the great thinker and psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. Born on July 26, 1875, in Switzerland, Jung became interested in psychiatry during his medical studies. He saw that the minds of mentally deranged persons had similar contents, much of which he recognized from his own interior life, described in his autobiography Memories, Dreams, Reflections. His lifelong quest to understand the workings of the psyche led him to develop the analytical method of psychiatry. He proceeded by looking at the role in his patients’ lives of what he termed the personal and collective unconscious, as expressed through dreams, myths, and outer events.

Carl Jung – Approaching the Unconscious


Two names are synonomous with the field of psychology/psychoanalysis, Freud and Jung. This is reputedly Jung’s last project/publication before his death in 1961 and is an excellent primer and synopsis of his work in the field. Jung edited this book and wrote the first chapter on the importance of symbols before unleashing writings from his students/protegees.
As a whole this book covers an incredible array of subjects, relating in layperson’s terms the importance of symbols in the unconscious, the role of the unconscious through dreams in communicating these symbols to the anals and and analyst.

Carl Gustav Jung e a Jornada para o Auto-Descobrimento


Carl Gustav Jung – Documentário Legendado Pt. 2/2

Carl Gustav Jung e a Jornada para o Auto-Descobrimento. Legendas em português.

“Se a legenda não está aparecendo, ative-a ali na barra do vídeo, aperte no botão da extrema-direita (ao lado do que ativa a visualização em tela inteira) e clique no botão “ATIVAR LEGENDAS””

Face to Face: Entrevista com Carl Gustav Jung, BBC 1959


Entrevista realizada com o psicólogo suíço Carl Gustav Jung em sua residência, na cidade de Zurique, Suíça.

Destaco do diálogo aos 30:30:

Jung: (…) Uma coisa é certa; uma grande mudança de nossa atitude psicológica é iminente. Isso é certeza.

Freeman: E porquê?

Jung:  Porque precisamos de mais, precisamos de mais psicologia. Nós precisamos de um entendimento maior da natureza humana, porque o único perigo real existente é o próprio homem. Ele é o grande perigo, e lamentavelmente não temos consciência disso. Não sabemos nada sobre o homem,  sabemos muito pouco. Sua psique deveria ser estudada, pois somos a origem de todo o mal vindouro.

BBC, 1959, Sinópse: John Freeman interviews Carl Gustav Jung, the most famous living psychologist, at his home in Zürich. We learn about Jung`s early life, including the moment in his eleventh year when he realized he was an individual consciousness. Jung speaks about his friendship with Sigmund Freud, and explains why the friendship could not last. Jung is asked about his belief in God, and Jung can only respond that there is no belief: he knows. And, he says, he knows – knows, not believes – that death is not an end. Finally, Jung forecasts what he thinks will happen to mankind and describes what man needs to survive. BBC `Face to Face` interviews Carl Gustav Jung October 22, 1959 Face To Face was a 35 episode BBC television series broadcast between 1959 and 1962, created and produced by Hugh Burnett. The insightful and often probing style of the interviewer, former politician John Freeman, distinguished it from other programmes of its genre at the time. Freeman`s face was almost never shown. Apart from the back of his head, the cameras were concentrated on the subject, sometimes concentrating on a nervously smoked cigarette or a close-up of a face. The theme music was an excerpt from the overture to Berlioz` opera Les Francs-juges. The titles for each episode featured caricatures of that week`s subject drawn by Feliks Topolski. Some episodes departed from an interview conducted at the BBC`s Lime Grove Studios: the edition with Carl Gustav Jung was conducted at his home in Switzerland. The interview was a success, with his much quoted remark about the existence of God – `I don`t believe, I know` – arousing a storm of comment at the time