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Daryl Sharp - Jungian Psychology Unplugged: My Life As an Elephant - e-jungian.com

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A comprehensive overview of basic concepts of Jungian psychology by Daryl Sharp, a Jungian analysts and author, founder of the Inner City Books.

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Answer to Job: (From Vol. 11 of the Collected Works of C. G. Jung) (Jung Extracts)

Answer to Job: (From Vol. 11 of the Collected Works of C. G. Jung) (Jung Extracts) Offer Price $8.86 ISBN:0691150478 Authors C. G.
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Carl Jung on the Symbolism of the Underground Cave.

Carl Jung on the Symbolism of the Underground Cave. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

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In the Heart of the Supreme Mind: Thoth Hermes Trismegistus

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Johfra, “Hermes Trismegistus”
In The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly P. Hall, I came across the following passage, which I found very illuminating:
“Before the visible universe was formed its mold was cast.

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“Before the visible universe was formed its mold was cast.

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As above, so below from Spirit into Matter...

 

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As the power of Shiva and Shakti lies in their union, so the greatness of Hermes is derived from his union with Anima Mundi – the Soul of the World. Hermes/Thoth is a patron of all brands of soulful knowledge: he presides over the marriage of mysticism and science. Magic, alchemy, symbology, astrology, tarot are all under his dominion.
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The Strange World Of Manuel Archain, An Artist Who Photographs His Dreams

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Thirty-one-year-old Manuel Archain is an emerging star in contemporary photography in Argentina, as Barbara Paltenghi Malacrida, curator of an exhibition of his work in Lugano, Italy, explains.

“Manuel Archain’s work,” says Mala...

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bobbie_pimm@bobbieann.net's curator insight, January 16, 3:10 PM

Awesome!

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Check out these amazing photographic representations of this artist's dreams!

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Sonu Shamdasani Introduces The Red Book - YouTube

Professor Sonu Shamdasani introduces the creation and significance of Carl Jung's Red Book. On view to the public for the first time, the book is the center ...

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Kathy Mays's curator insight, January 11, 4:42 AM

very important contribution to Analytical Psychology and C.G. Jung

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Timeline Photos - Archetypal Dreamwork with Laura Smith | Facebook

Timeline Photos - Archetypal Dreamwork with Laura Smith | Facebook | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
I have found in my work with my clients that the issue of personal creativity comes up over and over. It is an aspect that exists in each of us and is...

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Carl Jung “You get nowhere with theories.”

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Soul Spelunker » The Psychoid Archetype

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Late in his career, Carl Jung expanded his thinking on the nature of the archetypes. In the passage above, he begins to present this new angle. The images and ideas that arise in our conscious minds are only approximate representations of the archetypes from which they flow. The archetypes, in themselves, cannot be known by the conscious mind. This is the psychoid nature of the archetypes. Jung regarded the psychoid archetype as non-psychic and transcendent. He used the analogy of the electromagnetic spectrum to illustrate the difference between the psychoid archetype, as such, and its effects. He analogically places the psychoid archetype in the “invisible, ultra­violet end of the psychic spectrum.” Its effects, images and ideas, he placed in the visible spectrum, or in the conscious mind as approximations. Thus, things of the psyche can never be quantified using mathematics. According to Jung, “we have no measuring rod with which to measure psychic quantities” and “there is no hope that the validity of any statement about unconscious states or processes will ever be verified scientifically.”

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Musings on the mystery of Jung's understanding of the Psychoid Archetype..."if the archetypes cannot be known by our conscious minds, they reveal themselves in symbols as gods and goddesses.

 

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Mythology and Dreams

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I am a girl and have arrived after a long journey. I am exhausted in both body and heart. My friend Therese is there. I go and sit with her at a table under a shade tent. She immediately gives me chocolate and says, “Eat this, quick.” Like it is medicine and I need it. The chocolate is wonderful and I feel the exhaustion of my heart begin to lift.

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Laura Smith's curator insight, January 9, 11:22 PM

Cool piece about the mythology of the Dementor's kiss from the Harry Potter smash hits...the dreams live in the world of the mythologies of human beings.

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The Astrology of 2015: Interregnum

The Astrology of 2015: Interregnum | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
The following is an excerpt from the 2015 Astrological Almanac. This handy tome contains descriptions of every day, monthly summaries, an ephemeris, and more.  Secure your copy today!

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Tips for Dream Recall

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Plumbing the Deep Well: Tips for Dream Recall

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What is the Collective Unconscious?

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Thus the thinking function as a whole can have a collective quality, when it possesses general validity and accords with the laws of logic. Similarly, the feeling function as a whole can be collective, when it is identical with the general feeling and accords with general expectations, the general moral consciousness, etc. In the same way, sensation and intuition are collective when they are at the same time characteristic of a large group. [“Definitions,” CW 6, par. 692.]

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Jung on "Instinct"

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Instinct. An involuntary drive toward certain activities. All psychic processes whose energies are not under conscious control are instinctive.

 

Jung identified five prominent groups of instinctive factors: creativity, reflection, activity, sexuality and hunger. Hunger is a primary instinct of self-preservation, perhaps the most fundamental of all drives. Sexuality is a close second, particularly prone to psychization, which makes it possible to divert its purely biological energy into other channels. The urge to activity manifests in travel, love of change, restlessness and play. Under reflection, Jung included the religious urge and the search for meaning. Creativity was for Jung in a class by itself. His descriptions of it refer specifically to the impulse to create art.

 

Though we cannot classify it with a high degree of accuracy, the creative instinct is something that deserves special mention. I do not know if “instinct” is the correct word. We use the term “creative instinct” because this factor behaves at least dynamically, like an instinct. Like instinct it is compulsive, but it is not common, and it is not a fixed and invariably....(Click title for more)


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maria taveras's curator insight, January 24, 2:04 PM

Thank you Bonnie  for this gem of a fine. 

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Our instincts and how they have been distorted, misused, or repressed are often reflected in the dreams. The dream will always want to move us toward wholeness...all instincts functioning and engaged in our lives.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on Precognitive Dreams

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Precognitive dreams are much more rare than we realize and are precise in detail. This, according to Dr. Jung...but are they beginning to become more prevalent as the psyche changes and begins to link us up through social media to one another and to the globe as One Mind?

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A Psyche the Size of Earth ~ James Hillman

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There is only one core issue for all of psychology. Where is the "me"? Where does the "me" begin? Where does the "me" stop? Where does the "other" begin? For most of its history, psychology took for granted an intentional subject: the biographical "me" that was the agent and sufferer of all "doings". For most of its history, psychology located this "me" within human persons defined by their physical skin and their immediate behaviour. The subject was simply "me in my body and in my relations with other subjects". The familiar term that covered this entire philosophical system was "ego", and what the ego registered were called "experiences".

Over the past three decades, all this has been scrutinized, dismantled and even junked. Postmodernism has deconstructed continuity, self, intention, identity, centrality, gender, individuality. The integrity of memory for establishing biographical continuity has been challenged. The unity of the self has fallen before the onslaught of multiple personalities.... (click title for more)


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Music inspired by dreams: A Conversation with Ted Murray Jones

Music inspired by dreams: A Conversation with Ted Murray Jones | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
You won't be surprised to learn that one of the highlights of my year is attending the International Study of Dreams annual conference. At these gatherings several hundred people from around the wo...

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Let it Happen: Mars’ Transit of Pisces

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Action planet Mars enters dreamy Pisces on January 12th. This is a notoriously uncomfortable sign for Mars, because Pisces dissolves his will and dampens his fire.

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Attention Scoop.It followers of Soul Astrology:

The blog and postings will now be based from my website. Since some of the transit information is timely, and Scoop.It sometime delivers it up to 24 hours after posting, I want you to receive the information in the most timely manner.

 

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I will parallel posts on Scoop.It for a couple more weeks 

I look forward to continuing our connections.

 

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Eva Rider's curator insight, January 13, 3:42 PM

 a little dampening may be good direction for deep dreaming.

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Creativity: The X Factor

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After my last post, Five Links to Creativity, was published I realized I had failed to address a crucial source of creativity. This dream which came two nights later, showed me what was missing and inspired this post.

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YES...a resounding yes. I love this article! I only began drawing and painting because I had a dream where I was painting and an Anima figure was teaching me. I felt so supported in the dream, like she had all the time in the world for me. I have been painting for about 3 years since then. You can see a lot of my work by going to my website, where I have a slide show. All of the images are dream-inspired...http://www.archetypaldreamworks.com/art-and-dreamwork.html

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Carl Jung “Whatever happens in the fantasy must happen to you.”

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sphinx and her Riddle”.-

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sphinx and her Riddle”:
“Oedipus and the Sphinx” by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1808).

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"Soul on deck shines like gold in dark times"Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

"Soul on deck shines like gold in dark times"Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

"In any Dark time, there is a tendency to veer toward fainting over how much is wrong or un-mended in the World. Do not focus on that. There is a tendency, too, to fall into being weakened by dwelling on what is Outside your Reach, by what cannot yet be. Do not focus there. That is spending the wind without raising the sails.... Ours is not the task of fixing the entire World all at once, but of stretching out to mend the part of the world that is within our reach. Any small, calm thing that one soul can do to help another soul, to assist some portion of this poor suffering world, will help immensely. It is not given to us to know which acts or by whom, will cause the critical mass to tip toward an enduring good..... What is needed for dramatic change is an accumulation of acts, adding, adding to, adding more, continuing. We know that it does not take everyone on Earth to bring justice and peace, but only a small, determined group who will not give up during the first, second, or hundredth gale. One of the most calming and powerful actions you can do to intervene in a stormy world is to stand up and show your soul. Soul on deck shines like gold in dark times. The light of the soul throws sparks, can send up flares, builds signal fires, causes proper matters to catch fire. To display the lantern of soul in shadowy times like these – to be fierce and to show mercy toward others; both are acts of immense bravery and greatest necessity ....there can be no despair when you remember why you came to Earth, who you serve, and who sent you here. The good words we say and the good deeds we do are not ours. They are the words and deeds of the One who brought us here. In that spirit, I hope you will write this on your wall: When a great ship is in harbor and moored, it is safe, there can be no doubt. But that is not what great ships are built for." ...Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes


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Eva Rider's curator insight, January 6, 3:04 AM

Beauty and Wisdom from Clarissa Pinkola Estes.

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Stanislav Grof "The Opening of the Collective Unconscious" - YouTube

http://eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/f02ed2452ce178b9623d5eca4337f5a9/ Stanislav Grof, MD, PhD, is a psychiatrist with almost 50 years of experience i...

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Susan Rowland - C.G. Jung's Dramatic and Imaginative Writing - YouTube

Susan Rowland - C.G. Jung's Dramatic and Imaginative Writing

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sirens, Muses of the Lower World”.-

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►Greek Mythology: “The Sirens, Muses of the Lower World”:
“Odysseus and the Sirens” by Herbert James Draper, (1909).

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