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I always knew that these experiences contained something precious, and therefore I knew of nothing better than to write them down in a “precious,” that is to say costly book and to paint the images that emerged through reliving it all—as well as I could. I knew how frightfully inadequate this undertaking was, but despite much work and many distractions I remained true to it... CG Jung

Pictures From Carl Jung’s Red Book

When publishing was finally discussed, it became clear that Jung had given copies of the Red Book to close associates, and that it was not a private, intimate diary, but a work conceived for publication. It formed the bedrock of his subsequent work, whose genesis couldn’t be fully grasped without studying it.

This site presented by the Gnostic Society Library offers free lectures that were given by Lance Owens about Jung's Red Book.

The heart of Jung's work is The Red Book, a large, this illuminated volume created between 1914 and 1930. It is an astonishing example of calligraphy and art on a par with The Book of Kells and the illuminated manuscripts of William Blake, containing 212 brilliantly colored illustrations.

Carl Gustav Jung, The Red Book (Hand-crafted red leather‐bound folio manuscript, details), constructed between 1915 and

After his break with his mentor, Sigmund Freud, psychiatrist Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called a “confrontation with the unconscious.”

After his break with his mentor, Sigmund Freud, psychiatrist Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called a “confrontation with the unconscious.

While he worked out his major theories in psychology, Jun became an avid explorer of psychological concepts present in the medieval and pre-renaissance practices of Alchemy

Excerpt from: The Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermones to the Dead, by Stephan A. Jung, The Red Book, Gnosticism and Gnostic studies.

For video editorial, see http://gnosis.org/media/hoeller-seminar.html

For video editorial, see http://gnosis.org/media/hoeller-seminar.html