The Jungian psychology articles on this website cover a broad range of topics related to various aspects of Jungian psychology.
These articles have been written and chosen to provide information and insight into the Jungian model and its real-life implications.
When you engage in your own Jungian analysis you may find some of these articles provide further insights into your process.
On the other hand, you may be reading to gain a deeper understanding of the work that Carl Jung devoted over 60 years of his life to.
So – just to warn you, there is much to learn. For example, Jung’s Collected Works include over 20 volumes of text. Very few people have studied them all, or appreciate the implications of all he discovered. However, even delving into some of the 100+ articles on this website will take you deeper into human psychology than most people are aware of.
Perhaps you are more generally interested to discover what Jung’s insights reveal about ‘the human condition.’
If this is the beginning of your journey into Jungian psychology, Welcome!
While learning is worthwhile, the purpose of Jung’s work was to help us live our lives, and to improve our lives. So, I do recommend working with a trained Jungian analyst once you start going deeper into your own psyche. The process is about more than working with or understanding one or two dreams. It is about the person you ultimately might become. It is about the inner drive, from beyond your conscious goals and plans. A trained Jungian analyst should understand that, and know how to work with your unique individuality.
Go well on your unique journey!
Overview of Topics: Jungian psychology articles
These Jungian psychology articles have been grouped together into a number of different topic areas.
Please feel free to explore the particular topic area that relates to your current level of interest in Jungian psychology.
The process of engaging in a one-to-one Analysis with a trained Jungian analyst
The process of ‘Individuation’ as referred to by Carl Jung and getting deeper into ‘the work’
Key concepts that build the picture of the ‘psyche’ as understood by Jung
Some background on Dreams, why we dream, working with dreams
Father complex, mother complex, the hero archetype, the puer
Types and typology, extraversion and introversion, feeling, thinking, intuition, sensation functions and more
On the Dynamics of psychology, eros, libido
A Jungian concept often talked about
States we could get into: Depression, Neurosis, Inflation, and more