The Complete Works of Carl Jung (UPDATED)

Christmas has come early for this Jungian Pagan.  I have been on the hunt for Jung’s writings on the Internet and have not met with much luck … until now.  Finding certain publications by Jung is very easy, but Jung was a prolific writer.  His Collected Works span 18 volumes, not including the bibliography and general index.  While it is easy to lay hands on collections of excerpts of Jung’s writings, like The Portable Jung, The Basic Writings of C.G. Jung, and so on, a complete set of his Collected Works is not easy to find.  And his Collected Works does not include everything he wrote.  There are also two volumes of letters, the quasi-autobiography entitled Memories, Dreams, Reflections, his Red Book, interviews collected in C.G. Jung Speaking, and numerous other letters and essays, both published and unpublished.  So far, I have been unable to find a reliable and complete bibliography of Jung’s writings.  In spite of the incompleteness and other limitations of the Collected Works (see Sonu Shamdasani, “The Incomplete Works of Jung”, in Who Owns Jung?, ed. Anne Casement (2007)), any serious student of Jung needs a copy, and until now I have not had mine.  But I found a link with six .rar files which contain all 20 volumes of the Collected Works in .rtf and .pdf format.  (In all, it’s about 734 MB.)  And the .rft (rich text format) documents are searchable.  This is like Christmas for me.  Should the link above fail in the future, I will be happy to send anyone else a copy who desires one.  Just leave a comment to let me know and I will get in touch with you.

[UPDATE:  It's come to my attention that the link above is broken.  But do not despair.  Someone has sent me a link to a torrent with the Complete Works.   In addition, you can check out my updated list of Jung Resources on my blog Dreaming the Myth Forward.]

There are some Jungian books I still want hard copies of:

The Red Book, ed. Sonu Shamdasani (I’ve been relying on this electronic copy and it’s just not the same, especially because of the artwork.)

Psychology and Religion by Jung (I want a cheap hard copy I can mark up.)

Jung Stripped Bare: By his biographers, even by Sonu Shamdasani

A Guided Tour of the Collected Works by Robert Hopcke (to complement my recent discovery of the electronic copy of the collected works)

The Sungod’s Journey through the Netherworld: Reading the Ancient Egyptian Amduat by Andreas Schweizer (from a Jungian perspective)

Other books I want to check out are:

Who Owns Jung? ed. Anne Casement

Lament of the Dead: Psychology after Jung’s Red Book by John Hillman and Sonu Shamdasani (to be published August 2013).

On Behalf of the Mystical Fool: Jung on the religious situation by John Dourley (my favorite interpreter of Jung)

Growing Up Jung: Coming of age as the son of two shrinks by Micah Toub (I read the first chapter of this and it was good.)

Psyche and Matter by Marie-Louise von Franz (one of Jung’s students and one of his the first interpreters)

Jung: A journey of transformation by Vivianne Crowley (a Pagan author)

Edge of the Sacred: Jung, psyche, earth by David Tacey (another great interpreter of Jung, who is highly critical of the New Age appropriation of Jung)

Journeys Into Emptiness: Dogen, Merton, Jung and the quest for transformation by Robert Gunn

Individuation and the Absolute: Hegel, Jung, and the path toward wholeness by Sean Kelly

Nietzsche and Jung: The whole self in the union of opposites by Lucy Huskinson

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  • http://artofstumbling.wordpress.com artofstumbling

    Thank you so much for this! I’ll stop short of saying I love you :)

    • http://allergicpagan.wordpress.com John Halstead

      My pleasure!

  • Amanda S

    Wow…if I could get a copy file of his collected works that would be great. It would be much appreciated.

  • http://allergicpagan.wordpress.com John Halstead

    Here’s a link to a torrent with the Collected Works:

    http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/7537995/C.G._Jung_and_Jungian_eBook_Collection__1

    • http://doctorbotson.wordpress.com Samantha Botson

      thank you so very much kind sir
      ^____^

  • ian

    Hello… I would really love this collection… Any idea where i could find it now?

    Thanks

  • Erika Römer

    Hi John, I tried the links but the torrent ones all have viruses. Would you be willing to email it or might you have other ideas? Thank you every so kindly in advance. Cheers.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/allergicpagan/ John H Halstead

      Sorry, it’s too large to mail. I’ll keep an eye out for another link.

      • Erika Römer

        Thanks John, would dropbox or something to that effect work? Would also be willing to pay for your time and cost of burning a dvd and mailing it. Happy New Year.

        • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/allergicpagan/ John H Halstead
          • Erika Römer

            Thanks John, the links works beautifully. The folder is empty ;-) Cheerios!!

            • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/allergicpagan/ John H Halstead

              Sorry about that. It should work now.


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