For those of you interested in personal writings and musings about Jung and related topics, here are some blogs you can follow online.

Jung Currents

Psychologist Stephen Parker’s fascinating blog on Jung and related topics. The theme for this week (11-1-10) is “Jung and the Women around Him.” Excellent timing, with a movie currently in production (A Dangerous Method) about Freud, Jung, and Jung’s relationships with Sabina Spielrein.

Carl Jung’s: The Red Book; Valuing Your Inner Life

For those of you interested in astrology as well as Jungian thought, you might check out the blog Carl Jung’s Red Book by astrologist and counselor Elizabeth Spring. From here you can click through to another of her blogs, Private Papers of a Reluctant Astrologer. In the latest post on the Red Book blog, read her musings on Jung’s Bollingen Tower.

Carl Jung’s Red Book

Interesting links to all kinds of info about The Red Book, including some videos from the Asheville Jung Center.

Through a Jungian Lens

Teacher and photographer Robert G. Longpré is inspired by nature—he posts beautiful photographs with his own insights into life, nature, and Jungian thought.

Jungian Psychology

Rose F. Holt is a Jungian analyst from St. Louis. She posts intensive articles on specific Jungian topics, often around a seminar or presentation she is giving.

Words into Stillness

This blogger is only identified as Dolores and is now in her early 80s if I’m figuring correctly. She writes about what she is reading and generally about Jungian and other issues. She’s been blogging since 2003 and also has another blog, A Jungian Notebook. I can’t tell how she differentiates between the two—she hasn’t posted on A Jungian Notebook since 2009.

The Daily Dreamer

Bay area artist Carla Young posts a dream, her interpretation, and an illustration to highlight each dream.

Integrative Psychotherapy

This blog is maintained by UK psychotherapist and counselor Howard Tonkin. A number of his posts have links to free online videos of various Jungians, including Carl himself, on a number of topics.

If you have blogs you follow on topics of interest to the Jung group, please post a comment and I’ll add them to this list.

4 Responses to “Jungian Blogs”

  1. 1 Carla Young October 19, 2010 at 5:08 am

    Thanks for pointing your members to my blog. I hope they will feel free to add their own Jungian interpretations to the dreams I post. My hope is that we can all learn from each other.

    Sweet dreams! Carla Young

  2. 2 Howard Tonkin January 23, 2014 at 6:35 am

    Thank you for this information. I have found the blogs of great interest. My Depth Psychology Resources page, which is in a Blog format, would be of interest to readers of your site and wondered if you would wish to share? This is the page: The resources page is full of videos from Carl Jung and prominent Jungian Analysts, as well as information Dream analysis from a transpersonal perspective. Warm wishes Howard

  3. 3 Evan Hanks May 12, 2014 at 8:16 am

    As an Arkansas native, I was delighted to come across your website. The profound effects of Jung’s work on my life has taught me the value of different perspectives and the especial need for them as a counter-balance to the heavy collective influence of media today. Thanks!

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