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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: God may be revealed out of man

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Voltaire said;  if God doesn't exist, Man will invent it!! 

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Alan Watts, Allen Ginsberg, Claudio Naranjo, John Perry - Madness, LSD, Shamanism, Schizophrenia

Panel discussion by John Perry, Claudio Naranjo, Allen Ginsberg, Alan Watts. July 31, 1968. The topis is madness, LSD, shamanism, schizophrenia and muc

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Carl Jung and Gnostic Fragments

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Gnostic Quotations involving Gnosticism by Carl Jung:Further, according to an early Christian-Gnostic idea, the spirit which appeared in the form of a dove was interpreted as Sophia-Sapientia—Wisdom and the Mother of Christ. Thanks to this motif of the dual birth, children today, instead of having good and evil fairies who magically "adopt" them at birth…
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Carl Jung and The Book of Job

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• From the ancient records we know that the divine drama was enacted between God and his people, who were betrothed to him, the masculine dynamis, like a woman, and over whose faithfulness he watched jealously. A particular instance of this is Job, whose faithfulness is subjected to a savage test. As I have said,…
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Gilgamesh and the Rig Veda

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The Epic of Gilgamesh is, perhaps, the oldest written story on Earth. It comes to us from Ancient Sumeria, and was originally written on 12 clay tablets in cunieform script. It is about the adventures of the historical King of Uruk (somewhere between 2750 and 2500 BCE).Notice how a passage in the first Book of…
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Who can compare with him in kingliness? Who can say like Gilgamesh: “I am King!”? Whose name, from the day of his birth, was called “Gilgamesh”? Two-thirds of him is god, one-third of him is human. ~Gilgamesh, Book 1.
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Carl Jung on the Perils of Noise in Modern Times

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Carl Jung on Noise in Modern Times:Carl G. Jung [September 1957]Dear Professor Oftinger:Unfortunately I am so old and tired that I am no longer able comply with your wish. You maybe assured, however, that I have every sympathy with your project and understand it only too well. I personally detest noise and flee it whenever…
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Man and His Environment

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Man and His EnvironmentHans Carol, a Swiss geographer from Zurich University, sought views on regional planning for the Canton of Zurich from influential persons, among whom was Jung, who gave him a half-hour appointment in February 1950. The subject so engrossed Jung that he kept Carol nearly an hour longer. Carol came across notes of…
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Are Psychological Types Inherited or Learned?

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"There is, finally, a third group, and here it is hard to say whether the motivation comes chiefly from within or without. This group is the most numerous and includes the less differentiated normal man" (Jung, 1971. Jung, C. G. (1971). Psychological types. In W. McGuire (Ed.) The collected works of C. G. Jung (Vol.…
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This is the golden fabric in which the shadow of God lives

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Carl Jung's Red Book Illustration 115 with a Caption that says: "This is the golden fabric in which the shadow of God lives.""One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious." Here, the encounter with the shadow within psychic processes - a drawing from the "Red Book." ~Carl…
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The Hero must fall for the sake of our Redemption

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We think that there is singleness within us, and communality outside us. Outside of us is the communal in relation to the external, while singleness refers to us. We are single if we are in ourselves, but communal in relation to what is outside us. But if we are outside of ourselves, then we are…
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The Return of the Dead

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The Return of the Dead:Amid the unprecedented carnage of the war, the theme of the return of the dead was widespread, such as in Abel Gance's film Jaccuse. The death toll also led to a revival of interest in spiritualism. Mter nearly a year, Jung began to write again in the Black Books in I9I5,…
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Carl Jung on “Salome” – Anthology

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A thinker should fear Salome, since she wants his head, especially if he is a holy man. A thinker cannot be a holy person, otherwise he loses his head. It does not help to hide oneself in thought. There the solidification overtakes you. You must turn back to motherly forethought to obtain renewal. But forethought…
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Carl Jung: If there’s one thing that terrified me, it was dead conceptualism.

Carl Jung: If there’s one thing that terrified me, it was dead conceptualism. | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Dear Professor Schmid, 9 February 1960Best thanks for your kind letter.It is indeed a great honour that you wish to dedicate your essays on Goethe and Schiller to me.Thank you very much.I am looking forward to seeing what you mean by "completion."You are too modest! In reality you create images and viewpoints which have only…
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The Dream of Gilgamesh: The First Recorded Dream

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Gilgamesh got up and revealed the dream, saying to his mother: Mother, I had a dream last night.Stars of the sky appeared, and some kind of meteorite of Anu fell next to me.I tried to lift it but it was too mighty for me, I tried to turn it over but I could not budge it.The…
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When a summit of life is reached……

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“When a summit of life is reached, when the bud unfolds and from the lesser the greater emerges, then, as Nietzsche says, “One becomes Two,” and the greater figure, which one always was but which remained invisible, appears to the lesser personality with the force of a revelation. He who is truly and hopelessly little…
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Man’s Eros

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The man’s Eros does not lead upward only but downward into that uncanny dark world of Hecate and Kali, which is a horror to any intellectual man. The understanding possessed by this type of woman will be a guiding star to him in the darkness and seemingly unending mazes of life. ~Carl Jung, Psychology of…
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C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann: The Zaddik, Sophia, and the Shekinah

This paper was originally presented in a Symposium: "Creative Minds in Dialogue - The Relationship between C. G. Jung and Erich Neumann." A Symposium at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, California, June 24–26, 2016. Erich Neumann
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Hindu Brahmans and Gnostics

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The Zosimos vision mentioned above betrays the same train of thought, where it is said of the place of transformation: We have already observed that the place of transformation is really the uterus. Absorption in one's self (introversion) is an entrance into one's own uterus, and also at the same time asceticism. In the philosophy…
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Some Carl Jung Quotations XLIX

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My mother drew my attention to Faust when I was about 15 years old. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 88-89Faust is out of this world and therefore it transports you; it is as much the futureas the past and therefore the most living present. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Pages 88-89Dreams may sometimes announce…
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Married on Valentine’s Day

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Married on Valentine's Day:The couple met when she was sixteen years old (some sources say fifteen) and he was twenty one. They were married on 14 February 1903 (Valentine's Day) seven years after they first met. Together they had five children: Agathe, Gret, Franz, Marianne and Helene.When Emma died Carl Jung carved a stone in…
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Carl Jung, Plotinus, Greek Myth, Depth Psychology

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In attempting to understand Dr. Jung's work and the findings of Depth Psychology it is important to recognize as many of the Ancients did the Psychological aspects of the Gods and Goddesses:Many times it has happened: Lifted out of the body into myself; becoming external to all other things and self-encentered; beholding a marvelous beauty;…
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Some Carl Jung Quotations XLVII [RED BOOK]

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Man must recognize his complicity in the act of evil. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, LN 291.You begin to have a presentiment of the whole when you embrace your opposite principle, since the whole belongs to both principles, which grow from one root. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, LN 248No one has my God, but…
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Carl Jung on the need the Dead Souls have for the Living.

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[Carl Jung on the need the Dead Souls have for the Living.]Later, when I wrote the Septem Sermones ad Mortuos, once again it was the dead who addressed crucial questions to me. They came so they said "back from Jerusalem, where they found not what they sought." This had surprised me greatly at the time,…
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Carl Jung on Education……….

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‎"At present we educate people only up to the point where they can earn a living and marry; then education ceases altogether, as though a complete mental outfit had been acquired. ... Vast numbers of men and women thus spend their entire lives in complete ignorance of the most important things." ~Carl Jung
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Study Yoga but do not apply it ~Carl Jung

Study Yoga but do not apply it ~Carl Jung | Aladin-Fazel | Scoop.it
Statue of Lord Shiva in Bangalore, India, performing yogic meditation in the Padmasana posture.The power of the yogi operates within limits acceptable to his environment.  The European, on the other hand, can blow up mountains, and the World War has given us a bitter foretaste of what he is capable of when free rein is given to an…
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Jung's Understanding of the Meaning of the Shadow, by Laurens van der Post

Not the least of Jung's services to his time was his demonstration of how the dreaming process in man, far from being archaic and redundant, was more relevant than ever. This symbol moving between his dream and daylight self, however, was crucial at this moment. For years Jung had observed a sort of circular movement of awareness, dreams, visions, and new inner material round an as yet unclefined centre like planets and moons around a sun. It was a strange rediscovery of what had once been called the "magic circle."
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I sleep and my soul awakens. Imagination is the star in man.
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