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The Hermaphrodite in Ovid

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In many spiritual traditions we find images of gods and goddess in union. Jung calls these unity symbols the syzygy. They are images of wholeness appearing in art, religious arcana, dreams and imag...

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: We are the instruments of Cosmogonic Love....

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The blind creative Libido is transformed and reborn a God....

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Jung and the Role of the Artist | Attentive Equations

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I am always intruiged to read the work of artists’ and writers when they attempt to describe the character and role that the artist plays in society. Art historians tend to dramatize the artists’ role, emphasizing events or relationships in their life as the key to understanding their work. I find this completely flawed. As an artist myself, I know it is the work, the image seeking materiality, that compells the artist. And all other factors are sort of the fall out that happens from such a commitment. Jung believed that, “The essence of a work of art is…[its ability to rise above] the personal and speak from the mind and heart of the artist to the mind and heart of mankind.” (The Spirit,p.101)

 

 


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Carl Jung: on rebirth, resurrection, metempsychosis...

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Carl Jung contemplates the archetype of rebirth and resurrection. It is through metaphorical experiences of death and rebirth that we come to know what is essential within us. His five forms of reb...

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

Ensoulment and Synchronicity: Concepts from Cosmos and Psyche by Richard Tarnas | Jung, Dreams | Scoop.it

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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A Rosemont Journey's curator insight, June 28, 2013 2:04 PM

Here's a belief very simple clear and true; if you want love, then be love.
Ultimately you are a reservoir for all you know and experience.

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Mother archetype: the goddess

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"Then there are what might be termed mothers in a figurative sense. To this category belongs the goddess, and especially the Mother of God, the Virgin, and Sophia. Mythology offers many variations ...

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Mothers Day before Hallmark!

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The Interpretation of Fairytales--Marie-Louise von Franz

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Of the various types of mythological literature, fairy tales are the simplest and purest expressions of the collective unconscious and thus offer the clearest understanding of the basic patterns of the human psyche. Every people or nation has its own way of experiencing this psychic reality, and so a study of the world's fairy tales yields a wealth of insights into the archetypal experiences of humankind.


Perhaps the foremost authority on the psychological interpretation of fairy tales is Marie-Louise von Franz. In this book - originally published as An Introduction to the Interpretation of Fairy Tales - she describes the...


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Skip_Conover's curator insight, June 27, 2013 8:46 AM

We all need to understand ourselves and the collective unconscious.

Brian Eustice's comment, July 2, 2013 6:10 AM
I have always found Fairy tales dark and full of resonance. I would like an analysis of Fables also!
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Fairy Tales, i love it!! 

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: The incalculable paradoxes of Love...

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: A Man should form a conception of Life after Death...

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Carl Jung: on rebirth, resurrection, metempsychosis...

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Carl Jung contemplates the archetype of rebirth and resurrection. It is through metaphorical experiences of death and rebirth that we come to know what is essential within us.

 

 


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Carl Jung: ‘The animus often appears as a painter’

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“The animus often appears as a painter or has some kind of projection apparatus, or is a cinema-operator or owner of a picture-gallery. All this refers to the animus as … Continue reading →

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C. G. Jung and the Alchemical Renewal

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The lovely little town of Knittlingen, near the Black Forrest in West Germany, is noted far-and-wide as the original residence of the famed Dr. Johannes Faustus. A plaque in the small but exquisite museum devoted to the facts and legends concerning Dr. Faust tells us that, although alchemy has often been considered a pseudo-science based on the pretense that gold could be made from other metals, it is now known that, in reality, it was a spiritual art having as its aim the psychological transformation of the alchemist himself.

 

This public statement, viewed daily by large numbers of visitors, demonstrates most impressively the rehabilitated image alchemy has acquired in recent decades. This positive change is due in large measure to the work of one remarkable man: Carl Gustav Jung.

 

When Jung published his first major work on alchemy at the end of World War II, most reference books described this discipline as nothing more than a fraudulent and inefficient forerunner of modern chemistry. Today, more than twenty-five years after Jung's death, alchemy is... Click title to continue


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Carl Jung: the goal of individuation is the synthesis of the self

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"I have called this wholeness that transcends consciousness the 'self.' The goal of the individuation process is the synthesis of the self. ...the symbols of wholeness frequently occur at the begin...

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Jung, Synchronicity, And Human Destiny

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Synchronicity refers to the underlying cosmic intelligence that synchronizes people, places and events into a meaningful order. We experience synchronicity when an outer event corresponds to our inner thoughts, perceptions or feelings. - Law of Time

 

Carl Jung is the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist that founded “analytical psychology,” as well as the extravert and introvert psychological types.

 

Analytical psychology focuses on the whole of the human being, believing that the unconscious mind is the primary source for healing and is vital to the development of an individual’s soul. Unlike many psychologists and scientists, Jung believed the world of dreams, myth, and folklore, should be...(click title for more)


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