Jungian and Freudian philosophies and therapies.
Psychology and psychoanalysis.
Individuation and group therapy and counselling.
Theories of mind and body, including hypnosis.
This exploration of the direct experience of healing and of the divine through the witnessing of movement becoming conscious, based on the author's 35 years experience, uses sample sessions and descriptive theory to explain the discipline.
Explains the theory and practice of a unique body-based process that is cathartic, creative, healing, and mystical.
This Western awareness practice encourages the individual to experience the evolving relationship with oneself, another, the collective, and the divine through the natural impulses of conscious movement, compassionate witnessing, and clear articulation of experience.
Adler demonstrates that physical movement can invite direct experience of spiritual truths.
Designed for professionals and lay-persons interested in psychology, bodywork, mystic traditions, or personal transformation, the discipline of Authentic Movement is at the cutting edge of emerging Western healing practices.
VG hardback in VG dust jacket
Inner Traditions 2002 First Edition, xix 242pp.
G+ light water mark to tail of spine and bottom corner of first few pages, short split at head of spine joint.
$20 C/B [RM 216]
Warner Books 1976 paperback, 350pp. A novel based on the principles of Macro-Philosophy, a developmental concept you can use in your life now, explore this system of thought and action within the form of the novel.
Collects all of Patricia Berry's writings between 1972 and 1982, which together develop a style of psychotherapy that is based on the primacy of the image in psychical life.
One of the best introductions to the practice of Jungian analysis.
Of special interest to psychotherapists and to all concerned with myth, dream, and feminine studies.
Chapters include Woman, Dream, Poetics, Shadow.
Spring Books 1982, 198pp.
Jungian analytical psychology and theory of the nature of the soul etc.
"outlines a fundamental logic for psychotherapy that is distinct from that of the natural sciences or philosophy, [and that it has] its own legitimate area of activity and that its rights are based on the soul".'
G+ softback, faint waterstain to lower front cover and first few pages.
Spring Publications 1976 photo offset from 1963 edition, 104pp.
A Systematic Individual and Social Psychiatry.
The classic handbook to the principles of Transactional Analysis.
It was only after Dr Berne's Games People Play became an international bestseller in 1964, that Transactional Analysis, his highly original and innovative approach to psychotherapy, attained wide recognition outside the United States.
Since then the principles and practise of T A have intrigued not only professional therapists but all those who seek to understand human personality and the peculiarities of human relationships.
Souvenir Press 1975, 270pp.
VG softback with name and address at head of title page.
Grove Press /Evergreen 1961, 270pp.
Society and the Good Man in the writings of Philip Rieff, Norman Brown, Erich Fromm and Erik Erikson.
Can psychoanalysis provide man with a contemporary ideology?
ethics, morals, pschoanalysis, psychology
G+ softback, light cover wear
Delta 1975, 266pp
VG- worn wrappers
$25 C/B [RM 195]
Spring Publications 1986 first English translation / edition, softcover, 277pp. Part One studies the Anima as portrayed in the works of H Rider Haggard,and interprets his life through these. Part Two as seen in the dreams of a middle aged physician. Jungian psychology / psychoanalysis. ISBN 0882145088
A Jungian View of the Higher Self from Egypt to Christ.
Clarke reinterprets Western Spirituality, using Jungian symbolism, to show that the great stories of ancient Egypt and of the Old and New Testament are processes of what Jung called individuation.
This is the individual's journey from lowest to highest Self; from Osiris to Horus, from Moses to Joshua, from David to Solomon, from John the Baptist to Jesus Christ.
These pairings also reflect what Joseph Campbell calls the Hero's Journey, which may ultimately spiritualize the whole culture.
The ultimate example of individuation, Clarke says, is the Christ, who must now be further understood and developed.
psychology, C G Jung, mysticism, initiation, esoteric, gnosticism
VG softback, but has a few pages of pencil notation.
Hampton Roads 2005, 453pp.
VG name to fep.
$15 C/C [RM 169]
Co-Dependents Anonymous 1999 softcover, 593pp. Twelve step program for co-dependents, self-help, addiciton therapy etc. ISBN 0964710501
VG crease top edge of cover.
$10 C/B [RM 218]
John Muir Publications 1982 first edition softcover, 294pp. Practical advice on helping oneself or others to die peacefully at home, some 'new age' or holistic tinges but general enough for anybody to benefit from. ISBN 0912528230
Collects Frankl's speeches on logotherapy.
A seminal work of meaning-centered therapy.
Introduction; the situation of psychotherapy and the position of logotherapy / foundations of logotherapy; metaclinical implications of psychotherapy / self-transcendence as a human phenomenon / what is meant by meaning? / applications of logotherapy; the existential vacuum: a challenge to psychiatry / logotherapeutic techniques medical ministry / conclusion: dimensions of meaning/ English bibliography of logotherapy and Existenzanalyse.
VG hardback with no dust jacket.
Name stamp at head of title, head of contents and closed top edge.
Souvenir Press 1971 first edition, 179pp.
Using dreams for therapy etc.
How to interpret dreams and use them for better understanding of the self and everyday life.
With exercises and examples, teaches how to interact with dreams and interpret the messages which dreams reveal.
dreamwork, self-help, personal development
VG softback with light corner crease.
Bantam 1996, 196pp
$20 B/B [RM 111]
Inner City Books 1983 softcover, 127pp. ISBN 0919123120 dreams dreaming psychoanalysis jungian psychology
G+ rubbed cloth, sunned spine, owners stamp to fep, light foxing to edges.
$20 C/C [RM 196]
Unwin 1922 cloth, 288pp. Translated from the French by E & C Paul.Suggestion, hypnosis, Emile Coue.
Its Cultivation, Use, and Application to Psychotherapy.
Includes and outline and history of the science, and early experiments.
Hypnotic and Post-Hypnotic suggestion, stage hypnotism, self hypnotism, the hypnotic factor in Psychic Mediumship.
VG hardback in VG dust jacket with light wear to spine ends, price clipped, name stamp to free end paper.
Rider 1956 fifth impression reprint, 158pp.
Description of Coue's method of therapeutic hypnotism.
Originally published 1922.
VG hardback with no jacket, light soiling to cloth, one page has a few lines of pencil.
George Allen 1949, 124pp + adverts.
The theory and methods of hypnotism includingtherapeutic use and Hypnotic Colour Science.
Originally published 1936.
Good hardback with no jacket, light foxing, underlining, some of it in heavy pen.
Rider 1950, 126pp + adverts.
VG- VG- foxed endpapers, small water stain to bottom corners of endpapers, DW sunned spine and a few edge chips and short tears to joint ends.
$15 C/C [RM 217]
Unwin 1953 first edition hardcover, xv 272pp. Includes survey of the history, theory, mechanism, characteristics, methods and states of hypnosis. Also suggestive therapy and dream analysis.
Investigates the daemon (tutelary spirit or guide), the muses, superconscious self, hallucinations, mind over matter, synchronicity, the search for the superconscious.
Co-written with Ruth West and the Koestler Foundation.
With a bibliography.
VG hardback in VG dust jacket
Chatto & Windus 1987 first edition, 224pp.
A Jungian analyst pursues the themes of Paradise, the Fall and the healing potential of Jungian individuation.
Sigo Press 1985 first English translation, vii 229pp.
An archetypal approach to death, dreams and ghosts.
With a foreword by Jung.
occult, supernatural, jungian, archetype, psychology
VG- softback with sunned spine, light rubbing
Spring Publications 1978, vii 214pp.
Ecstasy was once considered a divine gift that could lift mortals out of ordinary reality and into higher world.
But Western culture has systematically repressed this ecstatic human impulse, and we are unable to truly experience its transformative power.
Johnson penetrates the surface of modern life to reveal the ancient dynamics of our humanity, pointing out practical means for achieving a healthy expression of our true inner selves.
Through dreams, rituals, and celebrations, he shows us how to return to these original life-giving principles and restore inner harmony.
Jungian psychology and analysis.
VG softback with bookplate
Harper 1989, 100pp
Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology
The story of the Wounded Fisher King from the Grail Myth illustrates the anxiety and loneliness that plagues men.
From the folktale of the Handless Maiden, is explained the very different frustrations of women and describes how these disparities in the way we suffer account for much of the tension and miscommunication between men and women.
Jungian psychology and analysis.
VG softback with bookplate
Harper 1993, 103pp
Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche.
We all have shadows, the part of our ego that is hidden and never goes away, but turns up in unexpected places.
This work explores our need to "own" our own shadow: learn what it is, how it originates, and how it impacts our daily lives.
It is only when we accept and honor the shadow within us that we can channel its energy in a positive way and find balance.
Jungian psychology and analysis.
Harper 1991, 118pp
The ancient myth of Amor and Psyche as the springboard for a brilliant, perceptive exploration of how one becomes a mature and complete woman.
Jungian psychology and analysis.
Harper 1989, 81pp
VG bookplate inside cover.
$10 B/B [RM 214]
Harper 1983 softcover, 204pp.Jungian psychology and analysis. ISBN 0062504363
VG contact sealed covers
$100 C/C [RM 108]
Spring Publications 1976 first edition thus softcover, 248pp + 17 illustrations. A series of lectures from 1930-32 on visions recorded by his patients. ISBN 0882141112 jung psychology mythology archetypal jungian
Massive and detailed study of alchemy.
First paperback printing of the second edition translated by R F C Hull. 270 illustrations within text.
jungian, alchemy, psychology, occult
VG softback with reading crease to spine, small crease to covers
Routledge Kegan Paul 1980, xxxiv 571pp + list of the Collected Works.
An analysis of the prelude to a case of schizophrenia.
Ranges wide and far over hermeticism and mythology and religious symbolism.
First paperback printing of the second corrected edition translated by R F C Hull.
jungian, psychology, occult
Princeton University/ Bollingen 1976 first paperback edition, xxx 557pp+ 64 plates + list of the Collected Works.
VG VG sunned spine to DW
$135 C/D [RM 119]
Routledge Kegan Paul 1976 first English edition cloth, xlvii 716pp +8pp plates, DW price clipped and under a plastic sleeve, very tidy copy. translated by R F C Hull. Includes an index for both volumes. ISBN 0710081898 jung psychology letters biography psychology
The myth of the Divine Child and the Mysteries of Eleusis.
Jungian archetypal investigation of Classical mythology.
classical history, jungian interpretation, mysticism
Princeton University/ Bollingen 1973, viii 200pp.
A further development of Transactional Analysis and the script theory of Taibi Kahler, expanded into a complete theory of personality.
Transactional Analysis, psychotherapy, TA, Taibi Kahler
VG hardback in VG dust jacket
Hutchinson 1983 First Edition, 143pp
The most adventourous scientific populariser of the age offers a summing up of a quarter of a century's study and speculations on the life sciences and their philosophic implications.
He proposes that the human brain has developed a terrible biological flaw, that it is working now against the survival of the race.
This mechanism is no longer necessarily a function which will lead us to a better world, but something demonic, possessed, perhaps even evil.
autonomic nervous system, philosophy, holon, materialism, reductionism, evolutionary theory, parapsychology.
VG- paperback, light age toning.
Picador 1983, 354pp.
With foreword by C Murray Parkes.
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, the five stages of grief, first identified by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross in her work with dying patients at the University of Chicago.
Considered phases that all or most people went through, when faced with the prospect of their own death, are now often accepted as a response to any major life change.
therapy, life-coaching, grief, psychology, mental health
Tavistock Publications 1986, x 260pp.
Faced with answering the questions of people and families faced with the care of the dying, doctors, nurses, clergymen, and social workers, as well as lay people, have gathered in workshops around the country to ask her questions arising out of their experiences with the terminally ill.
Many had read "On Death and Dying" and were trying to put its precepts into practice.
This sequel to On Death and Dying consists of the most frequently asked questions and Dr. Kuebler-Ross's answers.
thanatos, grieving, therapy, psychology
MacMillan 1977, xii 177pp.
International Picture of the Other Love.
Chapters include; The Four F's of Homosexuality:Fable , Fiction, Fancy - and Fact / The In-Between In-Betweens; Girls attending boarding schools, women in the armed forces, call girls and prostitutes, women in correctional institutes . Also studies of lesbians in various European and Asian countries.
gay, homosexual, lesbian, pulp
Good softback with distinctive publisher's yellow wrapper with lamination.
Some insect damage to margins of a few pages at front and rear, and the lamination is peeling on the spine.
Luxor Press 1965 first thus edition, 192pp + 4 plates at centre.
THE MAJESTY OF THE BRAIN; The quirks of evolution. The explosion of the forebrain. The mind as searcher and leaper.
FRONTAL, LEFT, AND RIGHT BRAIN; The guiding hand of feedback. Left and right brain. The time-bound left brain. The space-bound right brain. The right/left partnership.
OF TIME AS A RIVER Of biological clocks and counters. Of psychological bricks and mortar.
OF TIME, SPACE, REASON, AND INTUITION; The birth of space and time. The Gestalt odyssey. Three kinds of time and intuition.
THE FRONTAL-BRAIN POWER; The lessons of lobotomy. The mind's manager. The power behind the throne. The brain’s secret model for forecasting.
THE STREAM OF THOUGHT; Images and the buried past. The battle of the left and right brainists. The special future of Kurt Lewin. The higher and the lower stream.
THE FORECASTING BRAIN; The brain stream in forecasting. Shapers of the stream: the higher and lower brain. How personal differences shape the stream. Mind beyond brain, or the question of a higher shaper.
THE PUZZLE OF PRECOGNITION First experiments. Beyond 'card tricks.' The hard science impact. The ultimate heresies of Puthoff and Targ.
THE GUESSWORK OF PHYSICS The increasing paradox. Precognition as a wave. Pre-cognition as a particle. Einstein's dilemma.
THE GUESSWORK OF PSYCHOLOGY The voyages of Carl Jung. Into the labyrinth of synchronicity.
THE NEW PSYCHOPHYSICS The Old and the New. The tenets of the New Psycho-physics and precognition.
THE HOLOGRAPHIC MIND Into the maelstrom. The awesome question of a holographic universe. Precognition vistas the problems of information transmission, contact between worlds, and free will versus determinism.
THE SEER AND THE HOLOVERSE Fragments of a multiverse. Of precognition as a function of the brain/mind model for prediction and the kinds of time and intuition. The seer and the holoverse.
THE END OF THE RAINBOW, A GUIDE TO PERSONAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL FORECASTING AND SURVIVAL How you can improve your forecasting as an individual. How you can improve your forecasts as a group: the HCP Profile Test, group testing, selecting the prediction test, predicting futures, prediction grid.
TENETS OF THE NEW PSYCHOPHYSICS, ON THE EVALUATION OF THE PARANORMAL Precognition's critics.
Shambhala 1983 first edition, xiv 236pp.
Psychoanalysis, repression, civilization, aesthetics, sexuality, eros, thanatos.
A study and comment on freudian psychoanalysis.
psychology, sigmund freud, philosophy
G+ paperback, aged, name whited out to inside cover.
Vintage 1962 1st thus 256pp.
G+ paperback, aged, name to first page.
Sphere 1969, 219pp.
With a new preface by the author
VG hardback in G+ sunned dust jacket with insect damage to spine and along the folds.
Routledge 1971 reprint cloth, vii 275pp. ISBN0710017987 [#2627 ]
An insturction book for scaled group exercises designed to expand consciousness.
Pathworking and guided visualisation.
Clear instructions suggest how teachers, therapists, workshop, church, and community leaders, and everyone who wants to live and work with more focus, flow, and mental flexibility can use these games to maximize their potential
self development, rising on the planes, meditation, groupwork
VG- softback with some cover wear.
Turnstone Press 1980 reprint, 246pp.
A practical intoduction to the philosophy, goals and practice of Process-Oriented psychology.
How the unconscious can be read by observing the body.
Routledge Kegan Paul 1987, 240pp.
Mindell believes dreams are the subconscious' way of telling us how to find meaning and fulfilment in life by working with them.
Approached through symptoms of dreambody malaise as shown in illness.
Mindell is President of the Research Society for Process-Oriented Psychology.
psychology, therapy, analysis, dreams
Arkana 1985, 133pp
Updating family therapy with dream and body work.
Arnold Mindell applies Process Oriented Psychology to relationship work.
He explores hologram theory, the collective unconscious, and the discoveries of modern physics and biology, to show how each individual's awareness affects the whole.
psychology, therapy, analysis, dreams
Arkana 19992, 146pp
Focuses on one of the most psychological movements of the prescientific age; Renaissance Italy, and the interior life of Marsilio Ficino, presiding genius of the Florentine Academy, who taught that all things exist in soul and must be lived in its light.
This study of Ficino broadens and deepens our understanding of psyche, for Ficino was a doctor of soul, and his insights teach us the care and nurture of soul.
Moore takes as his guide Ficino's own fundamental tool, the imagination.
Respecting the integrity and autonomy of images, The Planets Within unfolds a poetics of soul in a kind of dialogue between the laconic remarks of Ficino and the need to give these remarks a life and context for our day.
neo-platonism, hermetism, hermetic philosophy, alchemy, astrology, jungian, archetypal
VG- softback with sunned spine and some minor pencil underlining
Lindisfarne Press 1990, 227pp.
Four essays seeking out the sacred in the everyday, positing that the imagination is the primary instrument of the holy.
Jungian approach to religious myths in modern day rituals.
Includes an essay on the psychology of Marsilio Ficino.
Dallas Institute Publications publishes works concerned with the imaginative, mythic, and symbolic sources of culture.
archetypes, c g jung
VG- softback, one page has pen mark and one a small stain.
The Pegasus Foundation 1983 first edition, 68pp.
Woman's Quest for Wholeness
Women's spirituality and Goddess psychology, a Jungian approach to the goddess archetype.
Contemporary woman's search for wholeness in a society in which she has been defined according to masculine values.
feminine archetype, patriarchy, c g jung
VG softback with book plate to inside cover.
Shambhala 1990, xii 213pp.
While convalescing after a motor accident, Maud Oakes visited the home of C. G. Jung in Switzerland. There she encountered a block of stone that Jung had designed and carved with signs, symbols, and inscriptions that drew on Greco-Roman religious ideas and the symbolism of astrology and alchemy.
The Stone Speaks is her meditation on the personal and transpersonal meaning of the Stone and her extensive correspondence with Jung regarding her interpretations and her account of the healing and transformation that took place through her inner change, achieved by synthesis and integration.
She shows that the influence of one's culture need not be antithetical to the spontaneous production of symbolism for one who can enter into the creative spirit of giving meaningful expression in some art form to the non-rational contents of the unconscious, as Jung did when he brought into visible form what he saw on the face of his block of stone.
psychology, psychotherapy, individuation, jung, jungian
Chiron Publications 1987, 148pp.
Reveals the power of the inner archetypes.
Six heroic archetypes drawn from literature, anthropology, and psychology.
The Innocent, the Orphan, the Wanderer, the Warrior, the Altruist, and the Magician.
How we can use these powerful inner strengths as guides to discover our own hidden gifts, solve difficult problems, and transform our lives.
Develop your own innate heroic gifts; the Orphan's resilience, the Wanderer's independence, the Warrior's courage, the Altruist's compassion, the Innocent's faith, and the Magician's abiding power.
psychology, jungian analysis, spiritual development
Harper and Row 1989 revised/ expanded edition, xxviii 210pp.
G+ covers worn, light soiling at rear.
$25 C/B [RM 178]
Delta nd softcover, xiii 470pp. Psychology and psychotherapy.
Noncausal dimensions of human experience, a lucid explanation of Jung's 'synchronicity.'
jungian, c g jung, psychology, tarot, I Ching, dreams
VG- softback, binding opens flat at centre.
Delta 1975, 176pp
VG sunned spine, light surface rubbing to edges, name and date to fep
$30 C/C [RM 148]
Routledge 1953 first edition cloth, xviii 299pp. 'An introductory statement of C G Jung's psychological theories and a first interpretation of their significance for the social sciences. Includes references to Heinrich Zimmer, Carl Kerenyi and Freud.
VG minor cover wear
$35 B/B [RM 109]
C G Jung Institute Los Angeles 1989 softcover, 221pp. Jungian essays, poetry, book reviews etc. ISSN 00332925 jung psychology archetypes archetypal
Interaction of opposites within the ego analysed.
Introduction by Robert Anton Wilson.
New Falcon 1997 first edition, 285pp.
An introduction to Descriptive Psychopathology - the basis of clinical psychiatry.
This standard text in the field concentrates on the psychopathological disorder of function rather than disease category.
Table of contents:
Fundamental Concepts of Descriptive Psychopathology. Consciousness and Disturbed Consciousness. Attention, Concentration and Orientation. Disturbance of Memory. Disorder of Time. Pathology of Perception. Delusions and Other Erroneous Ideas. Disorder of the Thinking Process. Language and Speech Disorders. Disorder of Intellectual Performance. The Disordered Self. Depersonalisation. Disorder of the Awareness of the Body. Disorders of Gender and Sexuality. The Psychopathology of Pain. Affect and Emotional Disorders. Anxiety, Panic, Irritability, Phobia and Obsession. Urge, Drive and Will: Disturbance of Volition. Impulsive and Aggressive Acts. Disturbance of Movement and Behaviour. Psychopathology of Neurotic Disorders. The Expression of Disordered Personality. Eliciting the Symptoms of Mental Illness. Psychopathology and Diagnosis.
W B Saunders 1999 fifth rpinting of second edition, viii 422pp.
$10 C/B [RM 184]
Paladin 1973 first thus paperback, 413pp. Szasz finds parallels between modern psychiatry and medieval methods of identifying and punishing witches , heretics and jews. Psychology as a tool for defining the oustider as scapegoat.
G+ wear to covers, opens flat at centre, minor pencil marking, name to front page
$10 B/B [RM 120]
Harper Colophon 1977 paperback,xii 174pp psychological analysis/ interpretation of dreams. ISBN 0060905867 jung psychotherapy dreams
The methods of the great educationist and psychologist explained and illustrated often in his own vivid words.
Pelican A 366
pelican first edition, psychology
VG paperback with sewn binding, stamp to first page and closed top edge.
Pelican 1956 first edition paperback, 252pp.
VG rubbed covers.
$10 C/B [RM 188]
Houghton Mifflin 1972 softcover, 229pp. Why people take drugs, including shamanism in the Amazon, as well as aspects of the drug problem and what the author thinks is the solution to it. ISBN 0395166128
VG ex-private library with stamps to endpapers and shelf mark to spine
$25 C/C [RM 145]
Moffat, Yard & Co 1908 cloth with gilt to cover and spine, vii 427pp. Includes chapters on suggestion and auto-suggestion, neuroses, causes of nervousness, nature and therapeutic value of hypnotism, psychotherapy, therapeutic value of faith and prayer, the healing wonders of christ, the outlook of the church, index.
VG+ binding opens flat at centre
$15 C/C [PP 6]
Jeremy P Tarcher 1991 softcover xxv 335pp collection of essays on the dark psyche, the Shadow, in history and society, politics and the family etc. Contributors include Jung, Robert Bly, Joseph Campbell, James Hillman, Marie-Louise von Franz, Ken Wilber and many more. ISBN087477618X psychology