Friends of Jung Library
The Friends of Jung Collection is housed at Alliant University, in Scripps Ranch. The volumes are catalogued and integrated into Alliant’s Walter Library and each is identified with a “donated by Friends of Jung San Diego” stamp inside and a yellow label on the outside. Members of the public may obtain a San Diego County Library card and use it to check out these and any other Alliant books through the on-line LINKplus system. Check the Resources page of www.jungsandiego.com for a link that enables you to view the contents of the collection. To check out books, click on the “Try LINK+” button next to your selected item. You will be asked to enter your County library card number and password. Your selections will be delivered to the San Diego County Library branch you specify, where you will pick them up.
You may also browse the collection in person at:
Alliant University Walter Library
10455 Pomerado Road
San Diego, CA 92131
Phone (866) 825-5426.
At the Walter Library, submit your current FOJ membership card. The librarian will enter your information into the library’s database and place a barcode on the back of your membership card, which you may use to check out books on-site. When a new FOJ membership card is issued, you will need to obtain a new barcode.
The San Diego Friends of Jung are fortunate to have fine writers among our members.
In the early 1950‘s Katherine Sanford studied at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She took her training at the Los Angeles Jung Institute where she was certified as a Jungian analyst in 1978. That same year she also received her M. A. degree from Antioch University and certification as a Marriage and Family Counselor. She maintained a private practice as a Jungian analyst in Del Mar, California until well into her 80s. Katie Sanford died in October 2017 at the age of 100.
by Katherine M. Sanford, M.A., M.F.C.
This full-color book presents sixty-two archetypal paintings with related dreams and active imaginations, the product of thirty years of intense inner work. They represent a visual and literary dialogue with soul, addressing and expressing the deepest and most compelling complexes encountered in the individuation process.
140 Pages. 62 Color plates.
Hard cover. Limited edition
Coral Publishing © 2006
Published and printed in Canada
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Sally J. Nelson, Ph.D. has a doctorate in clinical psychology and master’s degree in humanistic and Jungian psychology. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and family therapist, and is certified in biofeedback and hypnotherapy. In graduate school, she worked with Dr. Stanley Krippner and studied the Ira Progoffapproach to journal writing. Dr. Nelson has led corporate stress management programs and seminars on Jungian dream work fostering creative writing as a personal and interpersonal growth process.
by Sally J. Nelson, Ph.D.
Nicolas-Hays (May 2004), 224 pages, paperback
Sally Nelson helps you put on your night wings with techniques for courting and giving form to your dreams. Once you’ve done this, Nelson teaches you how to recognize personal and transpersonal themes and characters and how to develop them in your writing through visionary meditation and numerous exercises. In doing so, you tap the personal and collective source of human experience from which you can develop your unique style of creative expression. This life long exploration is the source of success in all aspects of living. She illustrates this exciting process with clear writing examples that will inspire you to take flight with your creative writing.
Fore more information visit Sally's web site.
Robert A. Johnson has been pursuing inner work since a near-death experience at the age of eleven. The tragic loss of a leg after being hit by an automobile provided his first glimpse of the Golden World, a realm that exists just beyond ordinary consciousness. Like Parsifal in the legendary myth of the Holy Grail, a spiritual quest in his early decades led Robert to improbable encounters with a variety of sages, saints and sinners, culminating in a meeting with the famed Swiss psychiatrist Jung. He attended the first classes offered at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, Switzerland, where he studied and worked with the pioneers of analytical psychology, including Carl Jung, Emma Jung, and Jolande Jacobi. He completed analytical training with Dr. Fritz Kunkel in Los Angeles and Dr. Toni Sussman in London. Robert also studied with J. Krishnamurti, with Soto Zen priest Maezumi Roshi, and at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry, India.
Robert received an honorary doctorate in humanities and lifetime achievement award from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2002. Fornineteen years Robert divided his time between Southern California and India. He now resides in San Diego, California, where he enjoys the company of many friends, cultivates water lilies in his living room, and occasionally plays his rare Clavichord D’amour, an instrument dating from the eighteenth century.
Johnson is the author of many books including:
Lying with the Heavenly Woman
The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden
Owning Your Own Shadow
Living Your Unlived Life (2009)
Contentment: A Way to True Happiness (1999)
Balancing Heaven and Earth: A Memoir of Visions, Dreams and Realizations (1998)