The Chronicle - Our Journal
Here you will find links to the current and recent versions of our Journal, which we call "The Chronicle".
Current Issue, No. 9
This Edition marks the start of a year, possibly more, in which we wish to make the world more aware of the possible impact of Jung's Teachings on our attitudes towards our Environmental Crisis. The Sculpture is by our Events Secretary Lorna McNeur. There are also articles on this subject by Gill Brown, Richard Barwell, and some thoughts by Gordon Blythe on one of the Essays that was submitted which is relevant to Climate Change.
Issue, No. 8
This edition carries the winning entry from the Essay prize and the essays from the joint Runners-Up. It also includes articles by the Sponsor, The Chair of the Adjudication Panel and others.
Issue No, 7
Remembering Roland Hindmarsh, The Symbolic Life, Archetypal Penetrance in a Hospice, and Mandalas, Altered States of Consciusness, Poetry, Living, The Garden Party
Issue No. 4
Circling the Solstice, The Dreaming Bodymind, The Society for Psychical Research in Cambridge, Jung and Architecture, Is the Collective Unconscious becoming Conscious?, Poetry by Simon Howes, Gill Brown ,Anne Eberhardie and Neil White ....
Issue No. 3: Trust in Nature
Rita I’Ons - On the Comma Butterfly. Pantea Lotfian - the Divination Card Group, Simon Howes - Eulogy; The Unseens Hands of Gods, Gordon Blyth -Jung and T.S. Eliot, Judy Hanmer - Do we think of Jung as a Guru?. Jane Earle- Dancing with Hares; Who is a Patient? and more ....
Issue No. 2: Tending the Next Generation
Jane Earle - Willing Hands. Prudence Jones - Jung and the English, Richard Barwell - Fresh to Jung, Creative Arts Group, Gordon Blyth - Jung and Woman, Judy Hanmer - Carl Jung, a Man of Contradictions. Thomas Rochford - The Alchemy of the Mosque
Issue No. 1
The First Issue. Richard Barlow - the Shadow of he Shadow. Joan Snedden, Gordon Blythe on Life After Death, Jean Clark- What Jung has meant to me, Neil White- Attraction to Jung, Judy Hanmer, Janet Corr, and more