JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

I discovered the psyche and more importantly, Jungian psychology, after someone recommended a book to me. The book was written by a Jungian Analyst and I read it from start to finish within a weekend. I was so struck by the content and how it made sense of my own life. Since then I have read many books about Jungian analytical psychology which has helped me with my own personal development and professional training. If you would like to read or learn more about Jungian ideas, the unconscious or personality type, here are my top recommendations for further reading. I hope you also find some inspiration from their content and discover you!

 
The Discovery of the Unconscious

Henri Ellenberger

Psychological Types

Carl Jung's Collected Works Volume 6

Symbols of Transformation

Carl Jung's Collected Works Volume 5

Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche

Carl Jung's Collected Works Volume 8

Beside Ourselves: Our Hidden Personality in Everyday Life

Naomi Quenk

Jung's Map of the Soul

Murray Stein

Jung's Indispensable Compass:
Navigating the Dynamics of Psychological Types

James G Johnston

Energies and Patterns in Psychological Types:
The Reservoir of Consciousness

John Beebe

Depth Typology:
A Guide Map to Becoming Who We Are

Mark Hunziker

The Origins and History of Consciousness

Erich Neumann

Psyche at Work:
Workplace Applications of Jungian Analytical Psychology

Ed. Murray Stein and John Hollwitz

Mapping the Organizational Psyche: A Jungian Theory of Organizational Dynamics and Change

John G Corlett and Carol Pearson