ISBN 0-919123-04-X. 84 illustrations. Index. 288 pp. 1980. $40.00
Shows the secret goal of alchemy to be the transformation of the personality and the search for wholeness. Invaluable for interpreting images in modern dreams and for understanding relationships.
ISBN 0-919123-38-4. 40 illustrations. Index. 128 pp. 1989. OUT OF PRINTRelating the rigors of dance to the travails of the alchemical opus, the author, herself a former Martha Graham dancer, allows us to experience the process that for many gives birth to an enhanced awareness of the Self. Reprinted in 2009.
ISBN 0-919123-44-9. Index. 112 pp. 1990. $25.00
Faust was Jung’s lifelong companion. Here the dean of American analysts shows that Faust is at once a psychological portrait of the modern psyche, a symbolic description of a depth analysis and a guide to understanding alchemy.
ISBN 0-919123-67-8. 48 illustrations. Index. 112 pp. 1994. $25.00
Two concise essays on the union of opposites: “Introduction to Jung’s Mysterium Coniunctionis” and “A Psychological Interpretation of the Rosarium Pictures”—the alchemical drawings on which Jung based one of his major works, The Psychology of the Transference.
ISBN 0-919123-66-X. 90 illustrations. Index. 352 pp. 1995. $40.00
A comprehensive study illuminating the depth and scope of Jung’s magnum opus and its relevance to everyday life. Here is a treasury of material for understanding and amplifying modern dreams and other unconscious contents.
ISBN 0-919123-72-4. 30 illustrations. Index. 208 pp. 1996. $30.00
In Aion Jung took the archetype of the God-image (the Self) as his subject and demonstrated how it has revealed itself progressively in the course of the Christian aeon. Like its companion volume, The Mysterium Lectures (title 66), this is an invaluable resource for understanding symbolic images.
ISBN 0-919123-90-2. Index. 576 pp. 2000. $50.00
This rare medieval alchemical treatise is scattered throughout with insights relevant to the process of individuation in modern men and women. The penetrating commentary shows how a classical Jungian approach can unlock the meaning of this psychologically significant text. Originally published in 1966 as a companion volume to Jung’s major work, Mysterium Coniunctionis.