of New York, a five storey brownstone building that houses
five separate Jungian organizations.
The entities of this resource center include: C.G. Jung Foundation
for Analytical Psychiatry, The Archive for Research in Archetypal
Symbolism--the folks behind The Book of Symbols--
The New York Association for Analytical Psychology, The
Analytical Psychology Club of New York, and the Kristine
Mann Library, which I had the good fortune to visit recently...
In an adjoining room are housed books of various categories, two of
which I couldn't resist photographing--for bookshelf lovers--
Sitting on a nearby table was Jung's Red Book, the recently
published journal of drawings and writings which Jung had
kept under wraps during his lifetime.
|Sonu Shamdasani, translator & editor, signs the Red Book (photo from Kristine Mann Library)|
Here's a glimpse of two random pages of the Red Book--