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Carl Jung: “…an unconscious feminine figure which as you know I call the anima.”]

Carl Jung: “…an unconscious feminine figure which as you know I call the anima.”] | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Faust first appears as Goethe’s shadow, namely as an introverted scientist and doctor (thinking and sensation).
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Faust first appears as Goethe’s shadow, namely as an introverted scientist and doctor (thinking and sensation).
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Dr. Jung answers questions on UFO’s

Dr. Jung answers questions on UFO’s | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
There I think it would be a definite step forward if a competent psychologist would take the trouble to examine the conscious and unconscious mentality of Ufo-witnesses, in order to learn something about the possibility of the Ufos being psychic projections of unconscious contents.
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There I think it would be a definite step forward if a competent psychologist would take the trouble to examine the conscious and unconscious mentality of Ufo-witnesses, in order to learn something about the possibility of the Ufos being psychic projections of unconscious contents.
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Winston Churchill attends the most impressive reception he ever had in his life.

Winston Churchill attends the most impressive reception he ever had in his life. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Dear N., 7 October 1946Thank you for your letter. Within the last weeks I had a sort of bad conscience, always thinking that I should write to you, but I had such a hectic time this summer that correspondence was pushedinto the background. I lost about half of my vacations because of Eranos, a Congress/…
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Carl Jung on Time, Disturbances and Systems of Yoga in Creativity

Carl Jung on Time, Disturbances and Systems of Yoga in Creativity | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
To have will-power means that you have a lot of drive. Creativeness is drive!
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To have will-power means that you have a lot of drive. Creativeness is drive!
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Religion and the Rebel, Part 4 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 4 - Soul Spelunker | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The Outsider is not a superior human. He “is only the ordinary man raised to an unusual level of perception; his conception of purpose is more exclusive than most men’s” (Rebel 55)
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The Outsider is not a superior human. He “is only the ordinary man raised to an unusual level of perception; his conception of purpose is more exclusive than most men’s” (Rebel 55)
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"I realized how failure to be true to myself resulted in being false to others” Marion Woodman

"I realized how failure to be true to myself resulted in being false to others” Marion Woodman | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

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Miss Hannah was my living example of one who lives forever true to the process, holding farm to the opposites until the transcendent emerges. And while I have seen her faith stumble in the fires of adversity, I have also seen her steady herself and stand firm in the flames burning until the dross was burned to silver and gold. Her commitment, which was at the same time her detachment, made me understand the love that Wordsworth writes about, a love that makes . . . a thing endurable, which else Would overset the brain, or break the heart. Marion Woodman, Foreword to “The Inner Journey” by Barbara Hannah, Pages 8-9
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Friedrich Nietzsche on Why a Fulfilling Life Requires Embracing Rather than Running from Difficulty

Friedrich Nietzsche on Why a Fulfilling Life Requires Embracing Rather than Running from Difficulty | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
What if pleasure and displeasure were so tied together that whoever wanted to have as much as possible of one must also have as much as possible of the other — that whoever wanted to learn to “jubilate up to the heavens” would also have to be prepared for “depression unto death”?
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What if pleasure and displeasure were so tied together that whoever wanted to have as much as possible of one must also have as much as possible of the other — that whoever wanted to learn to “jubilate up to the heavens” would also have to be prepared for “depression unto death”?
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Carl Jung: When Elijah told me he was always with Salome, I thought it was almost blasphemous for him to say this.

Carl Jung: When Elijah told me he was always with Salome, I thought it was almost blasphemous for him to say this. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it

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The unconscious is balanced in itself, as is the conscious.
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Caduceus: Healing Symbol

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CADUCEUS: Spiritual Meaning and Snake as a Healing Symbol. The symmetrical arrangements of two snakes symbolize the moving opposing forces balancing one another creating a higher static form.

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CADUCEUS: Spiritual Meaning and Snake as a Healing Symbol.
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Carl Jung: Astrological "truths" as statistical results are questionable or even unlikely.

Carl Jung: Astrological "truths" as statistical results are questionable or even unlikely. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
If intelligently used the experiment is useful in cases where it is a matter of an opaque structure.
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If intelligently used the experiment is useful in cases where it is a matter of an opaque structure.
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Carl Jung: “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves” in context.

Carl Jung: “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves” in context. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
I understand England only when I see where I, as a Swiss, do not fit in. I understand Europe, our greatest problem, only when I see where I as a European do not fit into the world.
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I understand England only when I see where I, as a Swiss, do not fit in. I understand Europe, our greatest problem, only when I see where I as a European do not fit into the world.
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How Insomnia Shaped Franz Kafka’s Creative Process and the Writing of The Metamorphosis: A New Study Published in The Lancet

How Insomnia Shaped Franz Kafka’s Creative Process and the Writing of The Metamorphosis: A New Study Published in The Lancet | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it


Whatever else we take from it, Franz Kafka’s nightmarish fable The Metamorphosis offers readers an especially anguished allegory on troubled sleep.
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Religion and the Rebel, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 1 - Soul Spelunker | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The more I considered the Outsider, the more I felt him to be a symptom of our time and age. Essentially, he seemed to be a rebel; and what he was in rebellion against was the lack of spiritual tension in a materially prosperous civilization (1).
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The more I considered the Outsider, the more I felt him to be a symptom of our time and age. Essentially, he seemed to be a rebel; and what he was in rebellion against was the lack of spiritual tension in a materially prosperous civilization (1).
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Was the Magnificent Monumental Tomb of Pasargadae Really Built for Cyrus the Great?

Was the Magnificent Monumental Tomb of Pasargadae Really Built for Cyrus the Great? | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
The tomb of Cyrus the Great is the name given to a monument located in the ancient Persian city of Pasargadae. This city was founded by Cyrus, and served as the capital of the Achaemenid Empire until
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Carl Jung and “Horns Blowing, Bells Ringing” by Claire Myers Owens

Carl Jung and “Horns Blowing, Bells Ringing” by Claire Myers Owens | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
As the maid admitted me, I feared that my awe of his world-wide fame would make me tongue-tied. My fears were groundless.
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As the maid admitted me, I feared that my awe of his world-wide fame would make me tongue-tied. My fears were groundless.
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Ask Ethan: How close are we to a Theory of Everything?

Ask Ethan: How close are we to a Theory of Everything? | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Since well before Einstein, it was the dream of those who study the Universe to find a single equation to govern as many phenomena as possible. Rather than have a separate law for each and every…
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"Hopelessly Obsessive Creative": Interview with Mab Graves

"Hopelessly Obsessive Creative": Interview with Mab Graves | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Mab Graves creates wonderfully accessible fantasy worlds we are all drawn into and want to learn more about the woman who created them.

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DREAMING OF THE WOLF by Leigh Randolph | Natural Dreamwork w/ Rodger Kamenetz


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A wonderful narrative of coming back into relationship with Wolf as shown through progression of dreams over time.
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How to Live with Death

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Psychoanalyst Adam Phillips on how Darwin and Freud reframed our mortality as an organizing principle of human life.
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Symbols Numbers

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Spiritual Meaning of Numbers within Kabballah Tree of Life, Ancient Egypt, Chinese Alchemy, lucky and unlucky numbers according to Steiner and ancient occult mysticism

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The Rules of Life & How Dr. Jung Found God

Carl Jung Depth Psychology Reading Group Session 18 Part 1, November 28, 2016 The Rules of Life Dr. Jung Found God Tarot, Ouija, and other Divinatio

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Psychopaths have feelings: can they learn how to use them? – Arielle Baskin-Sommers | Aeon Ideas

Psychopaths have feelings: can they learn how to use them? – Arielle Baskin-Sommers | Aeon Ideas | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Psychopaths have long captured the imagination. The names of famous psychopaths, such as Jeffrey Dahmer and Ted Bundy, evoke a morbid curiosity. The crimes committed by these men are so vicious, so unfathomably cruel, that it’s impossible t
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What is the self if not that which pays attention? – Carolyn Dicey Jennings | Aeon Essays

What is the self if not that which pays attention? – Carolyn Dicey Jennings | Aeon Essays | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
You are only as strong as your powers of attention, and other uncomfortable truths about the self
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Religion and the Rebel, Part 2 - Soul Spelunker

Religion and the Rebel, Part 2 - Soul Spelunker | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
This is the sort of man describes in the first chapter of The Outsider, the “hole-in-corner man of Barbusse’s novel, Le’ Enfer, or Axël of De Lisle Adam’s play of the same name. Axël, of course, along with Sara, whom he has fallen in love with, commits suicide.
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This is the sort of man describes in the first chapter of The Outsider, the “hole-in-corner man of Barbusse’s novel, Le’ Enfer, or Axël of De Lisle Adam’s play of the same name. Axël, of course, along with Sara, whom he has fallen in love with, commits suicide.
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