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The Tavistock Lectures
"The Tavistock Lectures" by C.G. Jung is part of The Symbolic Life, Volume 18 in the Collected Works of C.G. Jung. It records five lectures that Jung gave in English (Jung wrote and spoke primarily in German) before a group of physicians in London, England in 1935.
I encourage you to buy your own copy of this excellent book for your own psychology library. I consider it to be a fundamental text for a beginning understanding of analytical or depth psychology – that discipline within the field of modern psychology which focuses upon the manifestations of the unconscious. Jung's unique contribution to field lay in his frame of understanding of the unconscious as not only the receptacle of repressed ideas and feelings, but as a storehouse for new attitudes, concepts, and an understanding of oneself, others, as well as the relationships between them.
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Man and His Symbols
Part 1 Approaching the unconscious by C.G. Jung
Part 2 Ancient myths and modern man by Joseph L. Henderson
Part 3 The process of individuation by Marie von Franz
Part 4 Symbolism in the visual arts by Aniela Jaffe
Part 5 Symbols in an individual analysis by Jolande Jacobi
Conclusion: Science and the unconscious by Marie von Franz