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Carl Jung and a personal God and the concept of a divine impersonal principle

Carl Jung and a personal God and the concept of a divine impersonal principle | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

QUESTION 7: What is the psychological difference between belief in a personal God and the concept of a divine impersonal principle? Dr.

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Carl Jung answers Can I help the spirit of my dead father…

Carl Jung answers Can I help the spirit of my dead father… | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

QUESTION 5: Can I help the spirit of my dead father by trying to live in accordance with the demands of the unconscious? Dr. Jung: Yes, provided—one must always add—that the spirit of the dead father [remains a living idea].

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Carl Jung: Have you ever met any people who have seen Ufos

Carl Jung: Have you ever met any people who have seen Ufos | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

QUESTION 8: Have you ever met any people who have seen Ufos, and were they prepared to interpret this experience purely psychologically and not insist on the physical reality of the Ufos? Dr.

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Carl Jung: The pilgrim's way is spiked with thorns everywhere,

Carl Jung: The pilgrim's way is spiked with thorns everywhere, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

To the Rev. John A. Sanford Dear Mr. Sanford, 10 March 1961 Thank you very much for kindly sending me your sermon. I have read it with interest and pleasure.

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Some Carl Jung Quotations XIX

Some Carl Jung Quotations XIX | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

The Freudian idea that religion is nothing more than a system of prohibitions is very limited and out of touch with what is known about different religions. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol.

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Carl Jung: Strictly speaking, a myth is a historical document.

Carl Jung: Strictly speaking, a myth is a historical document. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Question 2: Can myth be equated with a collective dream? If so, are we to assume that a historical event either precedes or follows it? Dr. Jung: Here you must define more precisely what you mean by myth.

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Carl Jung answers: “can we assume that individual consciousness continues after death?”

Carl Jung answers: “can we assume that individual consciousness continues after death?” | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

QUESTION 4: Since our consciousness is one of the contents of the self, can we assume that individual consciousness continues after death? Do you know any modern dream material which would corroborate such an assumption?

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Some Carl Jung Quotations XVIII

Some Carl Jung Quotations XVIII | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

I drew all my empirical material from my patients, but the solution of the problem I drew from the inside, from my observations of the unconscious processes.

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Carl Jung: In reply to your question about levitation I myself have never observed the levitation of a living body.

Carl Jung: In reply to your question about levitation I myself have never observed the levitation of a living body. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

To Walter Schaffner Dear Herr Schaffner, 16 February 1961 In reply to your question about levitation I myself have never observed the levitation of a living body. But apparently such things do happen.

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Carl Jung: But as the creation of a God is a creative act of highest love, the restoration of our human life signifies an act of the Below.

Carl Jung: But as the creation of a God is a creative act of highest love, the restoration of our human life signifies an act of the Below. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

The sacrifice has been accomplished: the divine child, the image of the God's formation, is slain, and I have eaten from the sacrificial flesh.

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Carl Jung: I had to think of my American visitors who fly over in six hours and are still in America for several days, without noticing it.

Carl Jung: I had to think of my American visitors who fly over in six hours and are still in America for several days, without noticing it. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

To Roger Lass Dear Mr. Lass, 11 February 1961 It seems to me-to judge from your expose-that you have a correct idea of my leading thoughts. Only, in par.

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Carl Jung on “Atheist” and “Atheism.” Anthology

Carl Jung on “Atheist” and “Atheism.” Anthology | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

The Catholic who has turned his back on the Church usually develops a secret or manifest leaning towards atheism, whereas the Protestant follows, if possible, a sectarian movement.

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Esther Harding: Indeed all during his [Jung] illness, he told us, ideas were flooding up, even in his delirium,

Esther Harding: Indeed all during his [Jung] illness, he told us, ideas were flooding up, even in his delirium, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

DOCTORS ON HOLIDAY ON THE RIGI By Dr. Esther Harding Introduction: The founding of the C. G. Jung Institute in April 1948 brought many of Jung's friends and pupils to Zurich. (For Jung's address on the occasion, see CW 18, pars.

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Carl Jung on the Second Half of Life.

Carl Jung on the Second Half of Life. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Question 3. In what respect, if any, does the treatment of neurosis in the second half of life—that means after thirty—differ from that in the first half of life? Dr. Jung: This is also a question which you could discuss for several hours.

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Carl Jung: THREE VERSIONS OF A PRESS CONFERENCE IN VIENNA

Carl Jung: THREE VERSIONS OF A PRESS CONFERENCE IN VIENNA | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Jung was invited to lecture at the prestigious Kulturbund, in Vienna, on February 22, 1928, and a day or two earlier he was interviewed—simultaneously, it appears—by several representatives of the Vienna press.

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Carl Jung: Interview on Radio Berlin in 1933

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AN INTERVIEW ON RADIO BERLIN On June 21, 1933, Jung accepted the presidency of the Oberstaatliche Arztliche Gesellschaft fur Psychotherapie (International Medical Society for Psychotherapy), which united national societies in Denmark, Germany,...

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Carl Jung response to: Will you not answer a few questions about the most important accusations against you,

Carl Jung response to: Will you not answer a few questions about the most important accusations against you, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

[Carl Jung response to: Will you not answer a few questions about the most important accusations against you,] ON THE ATTACK IN THE "SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE" In 1948 the Bollingen Foundation, which had been formed three years earlier, donated...

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Carl Jung answers: Do you believe we are heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon,

Carl Jung answers: Do you believe we are heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon, | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

QUESTION 3: Do you believe we are heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon, or is there still some likelihood that cultural disaster can be avoided? Dr. Jung: I must confess that in this matter I believe nothing, for I just don't know.

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Jung's response to the future - he didn't know what was ahead except to say that it looked black.

 

Aladin Fazel's curator insight, February 4, 10:47 AM

Oh Yes! It seems to be! 

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A new Book by Erich Neumann: Jacob & Esau: On the Collective Symbolism of the Brother Motif

A new Book by Erich Neumann: Jacob & Esau: On the Collective Symbolism of the Brother Motif | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

In 1934, Erich Neumann, considered by many to have been Carl Gustav Jung’s foremost disciple, sent Jung a handwritten note: “I will pursue your suggestion of elaborating on the ‘Symbolic Contributions’ [...]...

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Carl Jung: I wouldn't wish any of my publications undone and I stand by everything I have said.

Carl Jung: I wouldn't wish any of my publications undone and I stand by everything I have said. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

To: G. Kruger Dear Sir, 17 February 1961 Please excuse my delay in answering your letter. At my age I can no longer hurry. I can answer it only with unsatisfactory brevity. A detailed answer would go far beyond the framework of a letter.

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Popular Carl Jung Quotations Quotations attributed to but never uttered by Dr. Jung

Popular Carl Jung Quotations Quotations attributed to but never uttered by Dr. Jung | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Note: There is no documented evidence that Dr. Jung ever said: “Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you.” Note: Dr.

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Carl Jung: Only in our creative acts do we step forth into the light and see ourselves whole and complete.

Carl Jung: Only in our creative acts do we step forth into the light and see ourselves whole and complete. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Nevertheless, we are beginning to feel the consequences of this atrophy of the human personality. Everywhere one hears the cry for a Weltanschauung; everyone asks the meaning of life and the world.

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Carl Jung: Many things should be put right in oneself first, before we apply our imperfections to our fellow-beings.

Carl Jung: Many things should be put right in oneself first, before we apply our imperfections to our fellow-beings. | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

Anonymous Dear Sir, 14 February 1961 It is very difficult to answer your question.

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Carl Jung on "The Shadow"

Carl Jung on "The Shadow" | Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Scoop.it

The Shadow Unfortunately there can be no doubt that man is, on the whole, less good than he imagines himself or wants to be. Everyone carries a shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.

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