Monthly Archives - October 2019

The Red Book (Liber Novus)

FINDING PHILEMON: A STUDY OF JUNG’S RED BOOK (LIBER NOVUS) Author:            Carl Gustav Jung Original title:   Liber Novus (“The New Book”) Translator:      Mark Kyburz, John Peck, Sonu Shamdasani Publisher:        Philemon Foundation and W. W. Norton & Co. Publication date: 2009 Pages   404 ISBN    978-0-393-06567-1 OCLC   317919484 Dewey Decimal 150.19/54 22 LC Class           BF109.J8 A3 2009 Synopsis By Shane Eynon, PhD Centre for Applied Jungian Studies Part I – Background The ‘Red Book’ is a red leather‐bound folio manuscript crafted by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung between 1915 and about 1930. It recounts and comments [...]

Navigating the Peter Pan Complex

My name is Ryan Adamczyk. I’ve been living in Charlotte North Carolina for 7 years and work as a mental health therapist. I graduated with my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in April of 2010 and earned in my PhD. in Depth Psychology in June of 2018. For more information about my therapy practice follow this link. Introduction In the story of Peter Pan, we are introduced to a character that remains an adolescent [...]

Michael

Michael Eblen Farah my brother, died on the 4th of June this year, 2019.[1] Whilst a shock, his death was not entirely unexpected. He had a high risk of mortality at the time of his death and in the two or three years preceding it. He battled his entire adult life with depression and generalised anxiety disorder; and, few years ago, was also diagnosed with adult ADHD, which was certainly consistent with his behaviour and lifestyle. These issues, whilst [...]