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The publication of The Red Book by W.W. Norton & Co. last October was a major publishing event not only for the Jungian community but for all those interested. The Red Book is a red leather‐bound folio manuscript crafted by the Swiss physician and .. Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Jun 21, A full color copy of Carl Jung's The Red Book, including the complete translation by Shamdasani is available for free download as a PDF.

There are two sets of lectures presented below in mp3 audio format , all recorded during the original presentations. The first series of four lectures was presented at Westminster College to the general public in January and February of , shortly after the Red Book was published. The second series of seven seminar evenings with a total of fourteen lectures was presented at Westminster College from September to May The seminar group was composed mostly of psychologists in clinical practice. This is a much more in-depth consideration and reading of the Red Book, and reflects an additional two years of my own deepening study of the text. Each of the lectures runs between about 70 and 90 minutes. It is my hope that you will find them useful.

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This distinction was not made clear in site pre-publication information. If you wish to see the original book in all its visual glory, pay the price and order the complete folio-sized facsimile edition. So, why then publish, and why download, a "Reader's Edition"? Why is the this edition important, even essential? Because the text of "Liber Novus" as Jung formally titled his "Red Book" is really more important than the art.

Jung experienced and recorded his visions and then composed his draft manuscript of Liber Novus before beginning on the art. The art and calligraphy came later, they were composed over the following 16 years or so. The text - compiled principally between and , with a last section added in - is Jung's primary record of his extraordinary odyssey across the threshold of consciousness, and into the heart of mythopoetic vision.

As he said: Man lives in two worlds. Shamdasani, who spent thirteen years editing Liber Novus for publication, has strongly suggested that one should read the text before even looking at the images.

I agree. If you are ready to start that reading, there is another reason this "Reader's Edition" is an essential download: Liber Novus" is huge and physically very difficult to read. Holding it on your lap, or finding a way to prop it up and read it, is a painful task. God have mercy if you wear bifocals! This edition is formatted in a normal book size, and allows a more comfortable reading experience if reading Liber Novus can ever be a "comfortable" experience.

You will not be disappointed with the beauty of this smaller edition; it is bound "bible style" in soft faux leather with rounded corners, and printed using three colors of ink to add the distinctions in headings and text this replicates the style of the folio edition. And of course, there is a marker ribbon sewn into the binding. I have no idea how such a finely crafted book can be sold at this price.

But the text is much more difficult to meet than is the beautiful art. The calligraphy and artwork are immediately stunning, even overwhelming. I know - based on the several seminars about Liber Novus I have taught over the last three years - that most people simply never make it past this visual experience; they do not read Jung's account of what happened to him between and It was independent, ineffably ancient, and yet intimately and synchronously involved with human history.

He perceived it as real, and the story it told had the tenor of a revelation.

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Without some introduction, some guiding insight into what the man was doing, most readers become quickly disoriented. To guide your first journey through Liber Novus, I highly suggest you start by reading again Jung's biographical memoir, " Memories, Dreams, Reflections.

Next, get Dr. Shamdasani's beautiful new book, " C. A Biography in Books " - you will see my full review of that volume on the site product page. After that, there are several hours of free lectures online from my seminars on Liber Novus.

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