Jung is the father of modern psychoanalysis and anyone interested in dreams; collective unconscious/archetypes; synchronicity; personality indicators and so much more that feature in his life and work is welcome to join and participate in this group.
Carl Gustav Jung
(1875 - 1961)
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On Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
. . . The unconscious…
From 1914 until 1930, C. G. Jung recorded, revised, rewrote, recopied and painstakingly illustrated what he considered “the numinous beginning” from which all the rest of his work derived. “The Red Book,” or as Jung called it, “Liber Novus,” consisted of some 200 parchment pages of meticulous calligraphy and visionary paintings collected into a huge folio bound in red leather. While its content, either whole or in part, was made available to a handful…
We know the archetype; we cherish the myth. The hero, like the world around him, is in a state of crisis. And in seeking to restore himself and the shattered cosmos, he valiantly passes through a vale of despair, descending into darkness. He risks his life and psyche in perilous encounters with dreams or dragons and finally emerges into the light, spiritually transformed, ushering in a new age.
That restoration may be like…
****This is an excerpt. The whole article can be read by downloading the pdf attached to this discussion****
A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO C.G. JUNG’S RED BOOK
Mathew V. Spano, Ph.D.
The old expression “When falling, dive!” might best express the sentiments of Carl Jung as he decided to turn a near psychotic breakdown he was…