• Jung’s Last Ideas as seen in his autobiography

“Only after I had familiarized myself with alchemy did I realize that the unconscious is a process, and that the psyche is transformed or developed by the relationship of the ego to the contents of the unconscious.” From p.209 of Jung’s, “Memories, Dreams and Reflections” edited by Aniela Jaffe

  • Dreambody : notes on the history and theory of Process Oriented Psychology

This article was composed (in German) by the creative spirit of Frau Dr. Annelen Kranefuss from Arny’s various references to the Dreaming Body. This article will appear in the Jung Journal, part
of the C. G. Jung Gesellschaft of Cologne Germany (http://www.cgjung.org/jung_zeit.htm ). Download the article (47Kb Word file)

  • We Must All Breathe : Arnold Mindell, Ph.D. at 61, by Robert S. Henderson (updated July 2007)

From Quadrant, Volume XXXV:2, Summer 2005, C. G. Jung Foundation, New York . Rev Dr. Robert S. Henderson is a Pastoral Psychotherapist in Glastonbury, Connecticut. This interview will be in “Living With Jung: Enterviews with Jungian Analysts” which will be published by Spring Journal and Books. Robert and his wife, Janis, are the authors. Download the article. (68Kb Word file)

  • Letter to Jung on his 125th Birthday

Download the letter (53kb Word file)

  • Jung, Processwork and Collective Change : Interview with Luisetta Mudie

This interview occurred in connection with the upcoming International Association of Analytical Psychologists Jungian conference in Barcelona entitled, “The Edges of Experience.” Arny enjoyed speaking about his transitions at the edges of Jungian psychology.

Link to the interview…

  • Arny’s Paper on how Processwork Evolved from the Dreambody to the Quantum Mind and Healing

Link to the article …

  • Jungian and Process Oriented Psychology: Interview by June Singer Link to interview


Ursula Hohler; combining Jung and Processwork

  • Marginalization in a Jungian context. Download her in depth study by clicking Marginalization by Ursula Hohler
  • Jungian Perspectives on Power and Leadership in a Globalized World byUrsula Hohler, August 2009. (see her website at www.ursulahohler.ch )

In this paper, Ursula explores connections between Jung and worldwork, with many valuable insights into power problems and the future of humanity. Read her work by clicking:jungian-perspectives-on-power…

  • UrsulaHohler: History of How Arny’s Worldwork is related to Jung’s Ideas.

  • Ursula Hohler; “Jung and Worldwork Vortrag 18 9 09 1 1″

  • Download the article here:Worldwork and Jungian Psychology: The patient who is too big for private practice We are thankful to Ursula Hohler who gave an exciting class integrating worldwork into Jung’s Psychology. Here is an abstract of her classes given at the C.G. Jung-Institut in Zürich, February 2004. Link to the abstract.

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ARNY’S RESEARCH, ARTICLES, and REVIEWS In Connection with Jungian Psychology; 1971-1981

  • SOMATIC CONSCIOUSNESS by A. Mindell. (Quadrant, Volume 14, No. 1, Spring 1981).

Psychological discoveries may be as bad as they are good. Freud, for example, discovered the so-called subconscious. He said that dreams were the “royal road” to the mysterious thing which we today call the unconscious. His followers focused on dreams and discovered a great deal about symbol channels; however, they also inadvertently neglected other channels of the unconscious such as parapsychological phenomena, divinatorial systems, and body phenomena. Every discovery about the unconscious focuses on some new thing and neglects other important phenomena. That may be one reason why we know a great deal about images and symbols today, but very little about body life.

See the full article Somatic Consciousness.

  • TIME: RHYTHM AND REPOSE Marie-Louise von Franz. London: Thames and Hudson. 1978. Reviewed by A. Mindell. (Quadrant, Volume 13, No. 1, Spring 1980).

See the full article and review of Time: Rhythm and Repose.


by A. Mindell (Quadrant, Volume 8, No. 2, Winter 1975,  Jung Centennial Issue).

“I have observed that synchronicities in psychosis sometimes display a particular pattern. The psychotic identifies his ego with God and feels that he enslaves his environment. Also he feels that his environment is manipulated by creative/destructive daemons, and he lives in the fear that they will turn and destroy him. It is this image of man as an omnipotent creator, threatened by his own magical creations. All synchronicities do not, of course, possess this character; we have no complete differentiated pattern of such phenomena. But some do, and a study of this particular recurrent image can help us understand at least one governing image behind synchronicities in psychotic states.”

See the full article Golem: An Image Governing Synchronicity.


The Union Institute. (Union Graduate School PhD., 1972 Dissertation for Graduation in Psychology) Dissertation Abstracts International 37, no. 2 (1976). Thanks to Mr. Stan Siver for having found this dissertation, and making it downloadable. Download icon Download dissertation (7.6MB .pdf file)