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Carl Jung: the child and the Golden Egg

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"The phenomenology of the "child's" birth always points back to an original psychological state of non-recognition, i.e., of darkness or twilight, of non-differentiation between subject and object,...
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The original image for "participation mystique"...the undifferentiated state of bliss in the womb and in the "garden of eden" where all is innocence and where is all is possibility.

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Bess Bolton: Memory of Toni Wolff

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Carl Jung: As Freud says, dream-analysis is the via regia to the unconscious.

Carl Jung: As Freud says, dream-analysis is the via regia to the unconscious. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
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It is only in modern times that the dream, this fleeting and insignificant-looking product of the psyche, has met with such profound contempt. Formerly it was esteemed as a harbinger of fate, a portent and comforter, a messenger of the gods. Now we see it as the emissary of the unconscious, whose task it is to reveal the secrets that are hidden from the conscious mind, and this it does with astounding completeness. Carl Jung, CW 7, Para 21.
As Freud says, dream-analysis is the via regia to the unconscious. It leads straight to the deepest personal secrets, and is, therefore, an invaluable instrument in the hand of the physician and educator of the soul. Carl Jung, CW 7, Para 25
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Carl Jung: The Trinity consists of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Ghost; and the fourth is God the devil.

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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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The Anima Mundi in Matter – Soul Spelunker

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All matter in the universe is sprinkled with a sampling of the World Soul. It is hidden. Most do not know or realize it. The consensus of our culture is that matter is cold and dead. A literal mindset, one dominated by logic and the scientific method, cannot understand the idea of soul within matter. The literal mind would explain the azure sky-vault over our heads as being composed of various gases, but a gifted poet could bring tears to our eyes by describing it in language filled with soulful images

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Carl Jung: Jung said, “Ja, you know, that is the temple we all build on."

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Carl Jung: We are the object of the dream, not its maker.

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Carl Jung on the "Old Alchemists."

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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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Soul Spelunker - Exploring the caverns and grottoes of Soul.

Soul Spelunker - Exploring the caverns and grottoes of Soul. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
In Religion and the Rebel, Wilson wants to define what he means by “heaven” and “supersanity,” but first he wants to get at the true meaning of Existenzphilosophie, or at least “the meaning that the Outsider attaches to it” (ibid.). This is a German word that means “the philosophy of existence.” It was also the title of a book by philosopher, Karl Jaspers, published in 1938.

One begins to understand the meaning by accepting the notion that all humans make a complete mess of their lives. “The Outsider cannot help feeling that men do not learn from experience — not the really important things” (ibid.). It doesn’t matter how charmed a life a person has lived, they always seem to falter at some point and come tumbling down. One could point at countless examples.

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Carl Jung: The feminine mind is pictorial and symbolic and comes close to what the ancients called Sophia.

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Carl Jung: The afternoon of human life must also have a significance of its own ...

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The significance of the morning undoubtedly lies in the development of the individual, our entrenchment in the outer world, the propagation of our kind, and the care of our children. This is the obvious purpose of nature.

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The significance of the morning undoubtedly lies in the development of the individual, our entrenchment in the outer world, the propagation of our kind, and the care of our children. This is the obvious purpose of nature.
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Meister Eckhart: Whatever the soul effects, she effects with her powers.

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Dreams, Calling, Suffering, and Individuation: Finding Light in the Darkness

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Working with dreams allows us to tap into the psyche, which leads us in a certain direction in the process of becoming more whole, a process Jung referred to as individuation.Jung often focused on how individuation was about leading us back into the collective. With depth psychology, you learn that the way out is through, says Jungian analyst Fanny Brewster…. Listen to the audio interviw or read a detailed summary article, "Dreams, Calling, Suffering, and Individuation: Finding Light in the Darkness"— An Interview with Jungian Analyst Fanny Brewster (Click title for more)


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Carl Jung on “Longing” Anthology

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IT'S ALL IN THE PSYCHE

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Ours is an extremely dangerous time. Jung said, “…the future will be decided neither by the threat of wild animals, not by natural catastrophe, nor by the danger of world-wide epidemics, but simply and solely by the psychic changes in man. It needs only an almost imperceptible disturbance of equilibrium in a few of our rulers’ heads to plunge the world into blood, fire, and radioactivity.” We, as a species are quickly approaching an event horizon. The darkness that is manifesting in our world will either continue to generate endless suffering and self-destruction, or precipitate an expansion of consciousness and wake us up.


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The underlying source of what is playing out on the world stage is the unconscious psyche of humanity. However, because of its obviousness, this fact goes unnoticed by most people. Jung said, “The psyche is the greatest of all cosmic wonders and the “sin qua non” [indispensable ingredient] of the world as an object. It is in the highest degree odd that western man, with but very few- and ever fewer- exceptions, apparently pays so little regard to this fact. Swamped by the knowledge of external objects, the subject of all knowledge [the psyche] has been temporarily eclipsed to the point of seeming nonexistence.” We have overlooked the fact that we cannot have an experience of the seemingly external world without the presence of the psyche. The psyche is the organ through which we experience the seemingly outer world. This is to say that on a deeper level the inner psyche and the outer world are inseparably united parts of a greater, more all-encompassing whole. Modern humanity has fallen asleep to the primary importance of our own psyche in creating our experience, our world and ourselves. excerpt
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The underlying source of what is playing out on the world stage is the unconscious psyche of humanity. However, because of its obviousness, this fact goes unnoticed by most people. Jung said, “The psyche is the greatest of all cosmic wonders and the “sin qua non” [indispensable ingredient] of the world as an object. It is in the highest degree odd that western man, with but very few- and ever fewer- exceptions, apparently pays so little regard to this fact. Swamped by the knowledge of external objects, the subject of all knowledge [the psyche] has been temporarily eclipsed to the point of seeming nonexistence.” We have overlooked the fact that we cannot have an experience of the seemingly external world without the presence of the psyche. The psyche is the organ through which we experience the seemingly outer world. This is to say that on a deeper level the inner psyche and the outer world are inseparably united parts of a greater, more all-encompassing whole. Modern humanity has fallen asleep to the primary importance of our own psyche in creating our experience, our world and ourselves. excerpt
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Nature Needs You – Soul Spelunker

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If we are to deal with our world’s psychopathology, we must not remain in a state of subjectivity, where we pray, meditate, and seek only our own personal psychological development. The Anima Mundi needs our prayers, our meditations, our imaginations, for She too must develop and individuate.

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Carl Jung: Alchemy, with its wealth of symbols, gives us an insight into an endeavour of the human mind...

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Carl Jung: That is like the magic use of the sacred symbols.

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Carl Jung: Cleanse your interest of that collective sulphur which clings to all like a leprosy.

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Carl Jung: It remained for modern science to despiritualize nature ...

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


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Laura M. Smith's curator insight, June 3, 11:27 AM
A wonderful narrative of coming back into relationship with Wolf as shown through progression of dreams over time.
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Carl Jung: The idea [of the mandala] is that one should not leave the center...

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The Coming Age of Imagination – Soul Spelunker

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The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself. -William Blake

There will come a day when mankind will dwell in the world of the imagination. It may not come soon. It may not come to our particular human species, but it will indeed come.

I once thought of the imagination as things I could visualize in my mind’s eye. It is much more than that. I once believed if I, through my imagination, could come up with some clever ideas, or some ingenious invention or computer code, I could become rich. It is much more than that. I once believed that one’s imagination is a tool to be used like a computer to accomplish tasks one needed to do, but I discovered it is much than that. It is beyond anything we’ve ever imagined.

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Carl Jung: It had a soul which lay in the darkness and it was their task to seek it there

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