"As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being". - C.G. Jung
Discover more organizations dedicated to the study of Carl Gustav Jung's works and collective archetypes, applied to our present moment in time.
C.G. Jung Foundation cgjungny.org
C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago jungchicago.org
C.G. Jung Institute New England cgjungne.com
Jungian Association of Central Ohio (JACO) jungcentralohio.org
C.G. Jung Institute of Santa Fe santafejung.org
C.G. Jung Society, Seattle jungseattle.net
C.G. Jung Society of Atlanta jungatlanta.com
Jung Platform jungplatform.com
Jung Society of Sarasota cgjungsarasota.org
Jung Society of Utah jungutah.com
Jungian Association of Western Massachusetts westmassjung.org
Jungian Center for the Spiritual Sciences jungiancenter.org
Maine Jung Center mainejungcenter.org
Marion Woodman Foundation mwoodmanfoundation.org
New York Center for Jungian Studies nyjungcenter.org
Speaking of Jung speakingofjung.com
The Asheville Jung Center ashevillejungcenter.org
The Jung Center of Houston junghouston.org
The Jung Institute of San Francisco sfjung.org
The Salomé Institute of Jungian Studies salomeinstitute.com
Assisi Institute: The Intl Cntr - Study of Archetypal Patterns assisiinstitute.com
C.G. Jung House Museum cgjunghaus.ch
The Champernowne Trust champernowne.org
International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) iaap.org
Jung Institute for Analytical Psychology and Psychotherapy junginstitut.ch
Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism (ARAS)
"ARAS is a pictorial and written archive of mythological, ritualistic symbolic images from all over the world and from all epochs of human history."
ARAS hosts a Concordance of Jung's Collected Works. The Concordance makes its possible to search the Collected Works by word and/or topic to find all relevant references.
Kristine Mann Library in New York Library
"The oldest Jungian library in North America, houses an extensive collection on Jungian Analytical Psychology and other schools of depth psychology, as well as in the fields of cross-cultural mythology, religion, anthropology, symbolism, the arts, psychoanalysis, general psychology and spiritual studies. The library also contains leading Jungian journals, films and audio lectures."
"The mission of the Philemon Foundation is to present the Complete Works of C.G. Jung in an historical edition according to the highest standards of contemporary scholarship"