- June 2011: Individuation: The Promise in Jung's Legacy and Why Our Culture Has Trouble Accepting It. The C.G. Jung Memorial Lecture and Workshop at the Swiss Embassy in Washington, D.C. on the 50th anniversary of Jung's death by The Washington Jung Society
- Current Newsletter
- Fall 2011: Knowing the Questions, Living the Answers
- Spring 2011: Healing Power of Illness #3
- Fall 2010: Healing Power of Illness #2
- Spring 2010: Healing Power of Illness #1
- Spring 2009: Seasoned
- Fall 2008: A Passionate Life: Singed, Scorched, and Seasoned
- Spring 2008: Weight: Is the Shadow Confronting, Comforting, or Protecting us?
- Fall 2007: At Turning Points, Choose Life
- Summer 2007: Preparing for Death One Day at a Time
- Spring 2007: Individuation as a Journey of Grief, Grace and Glory
Bud Harris, Ph.D.
One Oak Plaza, Suite 308
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Bud Harris received his Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Georgia State University and his diploma in Analytical Psychology from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. He is the author of ten books and numerous articles. He also lectures and conducts seminars on Jungian psychology and related topics widely. Bud practices in Asheville, N.C. and you may learn more about him at www.budharris.com.
Articles & Audio
The Art of Love: The Craft of Relationship
Date of Publication: May 2010
Millions of books on relationships have been printed in the last ten years. Why do we need another one? We need The Art of Love: The Craft of Relationship for the same reasons that over four and a half million readers wanted Spencer Johnson’s Who Moved My Cheese in a market that already had over 12,000 titles in print on the subject of change. Following Johnson’s methods of teaching to a broad, modern audience, our book presents the profound principles that form a loving relationship in an easily accessible manner. Using a deceptively simple approach, it will help people shift their attitudes and give them the skills to create a loving, long-lasting partnership.
Resurrecting the Unicorn Masculinity in the 21st Century
Date of Publication: January 2009
In the present day, our culture's evolving masculine spirit seems to be sputtering out. We began with a powerful, creative force, yet somewhere along our path, phallus has been rendered impotent. The unicorn, this wondrous masculine symbol, has been reduced to a limp-horned stuffed animal found in novelty stores or worse yet, discarded to a dusty old shelf of a second-hand thrift shop.
The Fire and the Rose The Wedding of Spirituality and
Date of Publication: September 2007
Our encounters with love, spirituality, and sexuality play a major role in shaping who we are. These powerful aspects of our lives are woven into the pattern that forms our potential for wholeness. Through growing consciousness, sexuality and spirituality can support our efforts to live more passionately and to understand love in all of its forms. In this stimulating and inspiring book, Jungian analyst Bud Harris, Ph.D., challenges us to reconsider our views of spirituality and sexuality as opposites and bring them into harmony and creativity. Together, we can heal one of our culture’s great wounds of the soul.
Sacred Selfishness: A Guide to Living
Date of Publication: February 2005
Bud defines Sacred Selfishness as valuing ourselves enough to develop into "authentic" human beings who give back vitality and hope to the people around us. It is acquiring what Emerson refers to as "character—a reserved force which acts directly by presence, and without means."