The Red Book by C G Jung Liber Novus free pdf excerptSince , the existence of C. Yet only with the present publication is it finally accessible to a broad public. Hence I will only briefly outline it here. He then revised these texts, added reflections on them, and copied them in a calligraphic script into a book entitled Liber Novus bound in red leather, accompanied by his own paintings. It has always been known as the Red Book. Jung shared his inner experiences with his wife and close associates. In he gave a report of his professional and personal development in a series of seminars at the Psychological Club in Zurich in which he also mentioned his method of active imagination.
The Complete Red Book by Carl Jung
There are two sets of lectures presented below in mp3 audio format , all recorded during the original presentations. The first series of four lectures was presented at Westminster College to the general public in January and February of , shortly after the Red Book was published. The second series of seven seminar evenings with a total of fourteen lectures was presented at Westminster College from September to May The seminar group was composed mostly of psychologists in clinical practice. This is a much more in-depth consideration and reading of the Red Book, and reflects an additional two years of my own deepening study of the text. Each of the lectures runs between about 70 and 90 minutes. It is my hope that you will find them useful.
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I was holding off on purchasing a copy due to the price and I wasn't precisely sure of its contents. Well I am happy to announce that some generous soul has made an excellent quality PDF scan of this incredible work and has kindly shared it online, available as a free download. I discovered this via our friends at the teleomorph. The Red Book, also known as Liber Novus Latin for A New Book is a page manuscript written and illustrated [53 full images, 71 contain both text and artwork and 81 are pure calligraphic text] by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung between approximately and , which was not published or shown to the public until Until , his heirs denied scholars access to the book, which he began after a falling-out with Sigmund Freud in