Interesting radio series on Carl Jung and his Red Book made by the CBC Radio.
" Bound in red-leather, a hand-written and vividly illustrated manuscript by Carl Jung
documents what he called his "confrontation with the unconscious,"
beginning around World War I.
It was, he claimed, the source of all his
later thinking in psychology.
But the extent of his dreams, fantasies,
arguments, and encounters were revealed only when the astonishing Red
Book was published in 2009.
Jung said the Red book, begun in his thirties, was central to his
Yet he never published it during his lifetime - he died at the
age of 85 in 1961.
The manuscript lay in a bank vault until his
family were persuaded to let this intensely autobiographical work see
the light of day."
The Red Book, Part 1