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The Complete "Remembering Jung" Video Series

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Aniela Jaffe

“Jung, in all of his theories, emphasized the paradoxy. It’s never either/or, it’s always both.” Born in Berlin in 1903, Jaffe studied psychology at the University of Freiburg. When Hitler came to power, she moved to Zurich where she met Jung in 1935. More

55 minutes
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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Barbara Hannah

“His best quality of all was his sense of humor. He really could just say the one thing! Schopenhauer said that ‘humor was the only divine quality of man.’” Born in Brighton, England in 1904, daughter of the Bishop of Cheshirshire, Miss Hannah studied art in Paris in the twenties. More

1 hour
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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with C.A. Meier, M.D.

"Jung makes it very clear that conscience is something archtypal. It's an archetype of responsibililty to yourself as well as to the world." C.A. Meier was born in 1905 in Schaffhausen Switzerland. He met Jung at the age of 18. Soon after he began studies which led to a medical degree from the University of Zurich. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Dieter Baumann, M.D.

“He was an excellent cook and a sailor. He had what the Greeks call techne. Techne means art and skill. I remember during the war, in the backyard at Bollingen, he planted corn. He invented a device to sow the corn.” Born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland in 1928, Dr. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Gerhard Adler, Ph.D

“Jung really has established that idea of man as part of the cosmic pattern. And man, as part of the cosmic pattern, has been given back his dignity as the individual.” Gerhard Adler was born in 1904 and raised in Berlin. He took a doctorate from the University of Freiburg. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Gilda Frantz

A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his Work with Gilda Frantz "It takes a long time to not only become a conscious person, but to stay a conscious person. Jung said that he guarded his consciousness lest it be taken away lest it be stolen from him." Gilda Frantz has practiced as a jungian analyst in Santa Monica for over thirty years. More

59 minutes
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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Gilles Quispel, Ph.D

"The 'Jung Codex' contains a writing which describes to us how man becomes aware and conscious of his deepest, innermost self." Gilles Quispel is a distinguished professor of Early Christianity who was born in Rotterdam, Holland in 1916. As a young man he obtained a doctorate in literature and the humanities and went on to research and teach about the early Gnostics. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Heinrich Fierz, M.D.

“Jung was not apt to be a father figure. He was in an astonishing way, near to you, natural, because he sits down and after ten seconds, you felt you spoke with a brother, not with a father.” Born in Basle, Switzerland in 1912, Heinrich Fierz lived most of his life in Zurich and was acquainted with C.G. More

1 hour
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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Hilde Kirsch

“Jung also had the idea that if you want to come to your shadow, you have to live with somebody. Otherwise you deceive yourself.” Born into a Jewish family rooted in Berlin since the 9th Century, Hilde Kirsch came to know Jung in the late 1920’s when she began an analysis that lasted until Jung’s death. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with James Kirsch, M.D.

“I think this is one of the great achievements of modern physics and of Jung’s psychology, that we know our limits.” James Kirsch, M.D. born in Guatemala, and educated in Berlin, met Jung in 1926. Convinced of the magnitude of Jung’s genius, he analyzed with him in a periodic way until Jung’s death in 1961. Finding disastrous events foretold in his dreams, Kirsch moved his family out of Germany when Hitler came to power. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Jane Wheelwright

“I think what he did for women came in his tremendous interest in the individual. And women could be individuals too.” Born and raised near Santa Barbara, California on the cattle ranch of her pioneering family, Jane was educated in Eastern boarding schools. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Joan Meier-Fritzsche

“The whole problem in Jungian Psychology is that he would like people to learn to relate to others.” Joan Meier-Fritzche was born and educated inGlarus,Switzerlandand studied at theuniversityofZurich. She married Dr. C.A. Meier and they had two children. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Joseph Henderson, M.D. - I,1977

“He was the most reasonable man I’ve ever known. And whatever he did that was out of line, he was always willing to reconsider what he had said that disturbed anyone, and did it with great interest.” Joseph Henderson was born in Nevada in 1903, educated in the East where Thornton Wilder became a mentor, and graduated from Princeton. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Joseph Henderson, M.D. - II,2003

“The products of technological life were not available to most people. .They didn’t have the knowledge to deal with them. .now, we all think we know exactly how to deal with them and so we go to war and kill ." Dr. Joseph Henderson, a noted Jungian Analyst and one of the founders of the C.G. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Joseph Henderson, M.D. - III, 2003

“When Jung was first approached. about 'Man and His Symbols'. Jung said “No. ." The man came back later and Jung said, “You must be the man that was in my dream. I dreamed I had to do something for the marketplace." Dr. Joseph Henderson, a noted Jungian analyst, author, and one of the founders of the C. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Joseph Wheelwright, M.D.

“He said, ‘the point is, there are three of us (Freud, Adler and Jung) and we seem to be all of us doing a land office business, and if any of us had the whole truth, the other two would be out of business.” Born and raised in Boston, Wheelwright spent summers in California where he met Jane Hollister. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Liliane Frey

“Jung described in his letters how he draws the conclusion that we live always in two worlds. We live in the empirical world and we live in an eternal world… Synchronistic events are due to the breaking in of eternity into our empirical world.” Born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1901, Frey received her Ph.D. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Lore Zeller

It never really occurred to me that one could experience the unconscious from a different side. In 1969 I said to Aniela Jaffe, "I still don't understand dreams and I don't see the interior landscape that seems so clear to everybody else." Lore Zeller describes here the growing menace of actions taken by the Nazi government in Berlin in the early 1930's. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Marie-Louise von Franz - I, 1977

“If our western civilization has a possibility of survival, it would be by accepting the alchemical myth which is a continuation and a richer completion of the Christian myth.” One of the most profound writers to follow Jung in the field of Analytical Psychology, Marie-Louise von Franz was born in Munich in 1915 and earned a Ph.D. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Marie-Louise von Franz - II, 1977

“One should found a women’s liberation society against the animus, not against men. That would be women’s liberation. And then your femininity recovers by itself.” One of the most profound writers to follow Jung in the field of Analytical Psychology, Marie-Louise von Franz was born in Munich in 1915 and earned a Ph.D. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Marie-Louise von Franz - III, 1979

“A depression is a blessing of God… in the individual it’s the greatest blessing somebody can have. Jung always talked about the blessing of a neurosis because it’s the only way you are tempted to look within.” One of the most profound writers to follow Jung in the field of Analytical Psychology, Marie-Louise von Franz was born in Munich in 1915 and earned a Ph.D. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Mary Bancroft

"I was mad at him for a year. I felt that Jung should tell me what to do, and he wouldn't." Born into a prominent Boston family, Mary Bancroft became a journalist and novelist. She lived with her Swiss husband and children in a remote village in the Alps prior to World War II. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Maud Oakes

“To me he (Jung) was a very wise man, and a doctor, a woodsman and a shaman…those four things. I think he was one of the most important men of his time.” Born in Seattle, Maud Oakes later moved to New York, where she pursued her education and her interests in art and Ethnology. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Michael Fordham, M.D.

“I think his greatness stems from his real capacity to understand the essential content of a particular piece of human distress. And when he did that, he was unrivaled. I think it’s a pity he didn’t give us more of that.” Dr. Fordham was born in London in 1905. More

59 minutes
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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Rivkah Kluger Yehezkel Kluger

“I couldn’t stand life without this deep meaning—to become who one is by going the inner way.” –Rivkah Kluger Dr. Kluger was born in Bern, Switzerland in 1907. She trained directly with C.G. Jung while in graduate school. Her dissertation on Satan in the Old Testament was later published as a book. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Rudolf Niehus, M.D.

A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his Work with Rudi Niehus, M.D. "In Kusnacht, he was the gentleman, he was a working doctor. He had his patients, he had his work, his writing, his books and so on. And in Bollingen, he lived!" Dr. Rudi Niehus was born in Zurich in 1941, the son of Marianne Niehus-Jung and Walter Niehus. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Sir Laurens van der Post

“It was one of his great achievements that he restored the dream to human beings as the word of God which, if properly read in a four-dimensional way, will show us where next to go.” Sir Laurens van der Post, world renowned author, soldier, and statesman, achieved wide recognition for his efforts to save the vanishing Bushmen of the Kalahari. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Vera von der Heydt

“It was he that gave me the key to really get in touch with what I call my soul. My spirit had always remained alive, but my soul hadn’t.” Baroness Vera von der Heydt was raised in Berlin and met Jung in 1922 while helping to host a conference. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with William McGuire

“You know that he didn’t like a doctrinaire approach to his work. He has been known to say that he was glad he wasn’t a 'Jungian'. And so I think it half amused him to think that somebody working on the edition had a different background.” William McGuire was born in Florida in 1917. More

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Remembering Jung - A Conversation about C.G. Jung and his work with Wolf Baumann

“I think it’s not important for me anymore, like for Jung, to know if there really is a God in the skies; but it is important to know that there are marks in the soul, marks of God: archetypes, if you want.” Born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland in 1932, Wolf is a grandson of C. More

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