Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings
when the dawn is still dark.
C.G. Jung Unplugged
The objectives of this website are to introduce
myself and my work as a Jungian Analyst, to
establish educational resources for information
about the life and work of the Swiss Psychiatrist
and father of Analytical (commonly known as
"Jungian") Psychology, C.G. Jung, and to raise
public awareness about the remarkable new
events occurring in our lifetime regarding Jung's
immense and growing body of work.
By way of illustration, one such event, among
the many Jung-related topics listed in the
sidebar, is a link to the documentary film, The
Making of The Red Book. Produced by
DigitalFusion, the film captures the first
moments when the original, illuminated
manuscript of C.G. Jung's unpublished personal
journal is brought to light after being kept for
decades in a Swiss bank vault.
Along with members of the Jung family and
representatives of the Philemon Foundation, the
New York Times and W.W. Norton & Company,
we watch as the massive volume is opened for
the first time in a virtual operating theater of
state-of-the-art technology where it will be
digitally photographed for reproduction and
A link to The Philemon Foundation can also be
found in the sidebar menu. The Foundation's
mission is to faciliate the translation and
publication of all C.G. Jung's remaining
unpublished works, conservatively estimated at
an additional 30 volumes and 38,000 letters.
Once that monumental effort is completed, a
new English translation of original 21 volumes
of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung will be
The culminating goal of this effort, following an
estimated 30 year time line, will be the
publication of a new "Complete" Works of C.G.
Jung thereby replacing and expanding the
original Collected Works.
Donations to support this herculean effort can be
made at: www.philemonfoundation.org, the
website of the Philemon Foundation.
It is my hope that the films, magazine articles,
essays, NPR comentaries, blogs, book reviews,
websites, and information about all aspects of
analytic training and Jungian Institutes,
presented here will serve to educate and kindle
interest as well as inspire individuals who are
curious about Jung, Analytical Psychology and
the ever-evolving Jungian perspective.
If any questions or suggestions arise regarding
the website, or if you would like to contact me
abut Jungian Analysis, please call, email or
David C. Hamilton
Jungian Analyst, IAAP
1 Mill Street, Suite 160
Burlington, Vermont 05401
(above The Vermont Bookshop)
Middlebury, Vermont 05753