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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: How else could it have occurred to man to divide the cosmos...

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Let it go forth into the world for the benefit of those who can discern its meaning.

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Laura M. Smith's curator insight, February 7, 2014 7:13 PM

Jung's brilliant forward to the I Ching. It is essentially the same with dreams.The truth of the dream is only your truth and no others.

 

"Let if go forth into the world for the benefit of those who can discern its meaning."

 

The intention of the dream is so specific to each dreamer. The work of discovery, what it is for you, what it carries, what the Archetypes hold for you is the path of the dream and an opening to vast self-knowledge, awareness, and connection to your deeper self.

 

"Like a part of nature, it waits until it is discovered."

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Jung's Theory of Dreams

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Why do we have dreams? Where do they originate? Do they have meaning? Are dreams of any value to us, or are they just so much nonsense? These questions have puzzled thinkers since the dawn of humanity. Every culture in the world has offered explanations. For instance, the Australian Aborigines believe that what we consider the realm of dreams is the real world (the Dreamtime), and the world we experience with our senses is a dream.

 

C.G. Jung put forth a theory of dreams which is quite popular today. Following in the footsteps of Sigmund Freud, Jung claimed that dream analysis is the primary way to gain knowledge of the unconscious mind. He says that the dream is a natural phenomenon which we can study, thereby gaining knowledge of the hidden part of our mind.... (Click here for more....)


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Ike Cerrada's curator insight, February 3, 2014 3:15 PM

The fabulous world of dreams...

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CG Jung Page - Cyberwork: The archetypal imagination in new realms of ensoulment

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Do the gods occupy cyberspace? Can soul be constructed in virtual reality? In this paper my intention is to make a few observations about images and cyberspace (or virtual reality) from the perspective of archetypal psychology. My curiosity about this subject is personal and intellectual.
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On the Nature of Four - Jung’s Quarternity, Mandalas, the Stone and the Self

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Eva Rider's curator insight, December 9, 2013 1:23 AM

I have pondered long over the years why Jung chose four as a number of completion. Here it is at last...the Quaternity pointing directly to the four elements in the Western metaphysical and alchemical understanding.. Earth, Water, Air and Fire. 

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How to Grow a Mandala

http://premaspace.com/mandalas This simple and easy method of mandala drawing is also a powerful form of meditation, relaxation, prayer, and creative express...”
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Favorite Books and Articles on Jung and Jungian Psychology | Michael Vannoy Adams

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What Is the Persona in Jungian Psychology?

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Carl Jung's concept of the persona plays a key role in self development by both protecting the all important ego and allowing the full expression of personal identity.
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Jung: Masks...The Shadow...Persona

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The Persona, for Jung, was the social face the individual presented to the world - 'a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and on the other to conceal the true nature of the individual'...
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Jung and Persona and Dreams - Richard Wilkerson -E.l.e.c.t.r.i.c D.r.e.a.m.s - Articles

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Articles from Electric Dreams 1994 -2000
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Persona and Dreamwork -  Jung 201 -  Centerpoint 2 or 3 topic.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: The Nature of Mind...

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung's "Collected Works" available on Amazon Kindle on March 1, 2014

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Puer aeternus. Latin for "eternal child," used in mythology to designate a child-god who is forever young

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Eva Rider's curator insight, March 24, 2015 12:27 AM

Puer Aeternus - Peter Pan - fantasy and the land of shadows

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Carl Jung | Navigating Life's Changes

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Thoughts on individuation in the second half of life.

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Ensoulment and Synchronicity: Concepts from Cosmos and Psyche by Richard Tarnas

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In his 2006 book Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View, Rick Tarnas suggests that the western mind has catapulted us away from a fundamental cosmos where everything was ensouled, alive, and animated by meaning and archetype. Our modern mindset is, instead, to attempt to control and manipulate our environment, making us the active subject in any interaction, and the things we see around us the passive object. Tarnas suggests “disenchantment” refers to the way the world is objectified, thereby denying subjectivity. “Objectification,” he contends, “denies to the world a subject’s capacity to intend, to signify intelligently, to express it's meaning, to embody and communicate humanly relevant purposes and ... (Click title to keep reading)
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Carl Jung’s Psychological Diagnosis Using Mandalas

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“ Mandalas have been used in many ancient cultures like Buddhism, Hinduism, Native American, Australian Aboriginal as a symbol of the universe and wholeness.”
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The Mandala series

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“ The Mandala serie is inspired by fractal geometries and the geometric symbols repeated in all cultures around the world, it allows an unlimited number of p”
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Blog | Asheville Jung Center

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Welcome to the Asheville Jung Center! Our primary focus is to offer world-class Jungian seminars through internet technology.
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Carl Jung Global Community | Asheville Jung Center

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Jungian Therapy. Find Jungian Therapy Analysis in New York City

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Participate in Jungian analysis/therapy with New York City Senior Jungian analyst/therapist Max McDowell. Visit us online today to learn how Jungian analysis can help improve your life!
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A Jungian Analyst's site - Jung in a box!

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