To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed…

CW7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, ¶ 242


Netherlands Association for Analytical Psychology

Analytical psychology is a psychotherapeutic approach in the psychoanalytic and psychodynamic tradition, based on the work of C.G. Jung.
The NAAP is a group member of the IAAP, the International Association for Analytical Psychology.


Jung engaging in dialogue with Homer, who engaged in dialogue with Ulysses et al.; both of whom appear as taking a middle ground in between historical figure and myth/archetype. Jung is inviting us into this (chain of) dialogue(s).

The C.G.Jungvereniging/IVAP host a double webinar on January 23rd 2021

The webinars are given by Sri Shyamji Bhatnagar and are titled:

1: Major causes of most psychological issues. Microchakra psychology and its view on (blocks within) individuation process.

2: How dreams and sounds can help to open the blocked microchakras to benefit this process.

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The British Confer association organise a series of online seminars on Active Imagination

New paper added, warmly recommended

Ninian L. Nijhuis, LL.M., R.M.A.

Psychological Healing as Religious Experience: In The Works of Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961)

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Developments in Analytical Psychology

Stefano Carpani, Psychoanalyst, graduate of C. G. Jung Institute-Zurich, sees his practice as neo-Jungian. He writes: contemporary neo-Jungians can be linked (although not limited) to relational (and post-relational) psychoanalysis, feminist psychoanalysis, the intersubjective approach, psychosocial studies, and cultural studies, to name a few.

The neo-Jungian views psychoanalysis as follows: read more