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The Jung-Neumann Letters

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The long awaited publication of the Correspondence between C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann promises to be a landmark event in the history of analytical psychology. The Jung-Neumann Letters, edited by Martin Liebscher, is due to be published by Princeton University Press early spring 2015. To mark this important event, an international conference is being planned, to be jointly sponsored by The Foundation for the Works of C.G. Jung, the Neumann family, The Philemon Foundation, The International Association of Analytical Psychology, and The Israel Institute of Jungian Psychology.

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Get $20 off the upcoming 9-session transformational online course, "The Mystic Fool—Unveiling Masks & Mirrors of the SELF in Tarot" with Jungian Depth Psychotherapist Eva Rider starting October 8 when you use the code MYSTICFOOL at registration.

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Carl Jung: “How difficult it is to be simple.” | Jung Currents

Carl Jung: “How difficult it is to be simple.” | Jung Currents | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

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“I pump the water from the well. I chop the wood and cook the food. These simple acts make man simple; and how difficult it is to be simple!” from: Memories, Dreams, Reflections
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PAINTING THE PSYCHE: WONDERS OF THE DREAM WORLD

This workshop on "Painting the Psyche" will be an opportunity to experience and explore archetypal images that emerge from what Jung calls the creative imagination.  We will delve into the depths of the psyche to render in paint a visual of the dream image and to amplify  what the dream world so wondrously reflects to us.  With watercolors as our medium and paintbrushes as our instruments, we will depict a dimension that is extraordinarily difficult to discern.  We will rediscover the dream world and give form, in detail, to its expressions and engage in an in-depth elaboration of what it so profoundly implies and portends. For more details  visit www.cgjungny.org and www.jungiantherapy.com

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Carl Jung: We are men and not gods. The meaning of human development is to be found in the fulfilment of this life.

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Carl Jung and the Shadow: The Ultimate Guide to the Human Dark Side

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Carl Jung's "shadow" might be the single most important concept in psychology, yet most people don't know about it. Here's an in-depth guide to the shadow.
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Working With Consciousness - Insights From a Dream  

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"To appreciate the conflict revealed by your dream we perceive that the issue is the lesser coniunctio. The opposites desire to come together but have not yet transformed through the conscious realization of Shadow. The vulnerabilities and defenses of the feminine (Yin) in relation to the masculine (Yang) are revealed. It is not dealing with your sister or your cousin or any personal sense of self. 

The dream figures are personifications of impersonal impulses and dynamics beneath conscious awareness and are merely revealing the stage that is manifesting. These are not to be appropriated by the ego of the surface mind. Powerlessness, until maturation occurs, always calls for anger and rage as defenses to the vulnerability. The infantile power drive is instinctual and salvational.

As maturation occurs, we come into new parts of ourselves that can respond to vulnerability differently. This is what your dream is revealing. The unconscious is reflecting development. The vulnerable masculine strikes out against the feminine and the feminine realizes it has resources to overcome the masculine infliction yet, as it is in an earlier stage, inflicts back with fire (anger and rage_. This is lesser coniunctio where the unconscious Shadow appears. This will be followed by separation, integration, and, eventually, the greater coniunctio, where the opposites transform into complement and desire to dance together in harmony. 

 Witness without appropriating and the ego can easily handle the mysteries of the unconscious. As you make conscious what was unconscious a miracle happens....the dynamic process is allowed to unfold naturally. What delays the process is the ego's misuse of power and self- centeredness. 

 The dream dynamics are taking place in the deep emotional, instinctual, and sensate layers of beingness. Best to witness the genius and wisdom of the healing and maturational dynamics of the bodyful" - W.Brugh Joy, MD

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Patrick Harpur, author of Daimonic Reality - July 20, 2013

Patrick Harpur is an accomplished writer, whose topics deal with forteana and folklore, Daimonic Reality, Alchemy, the Paranormal, and much more. In hi

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How To Find Creative Inspiration From Your Dreams

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We now know that accessing dreams as a source for creativity is nothing new. Since ancient times, writers, artists, musicians, scientists, and a variety of people from other professions have logged their dreams and/or shared them, then acted upon them creatively in waking life.

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As we come to know ourselves through our dreams, we discover that we are co-creators of the world around us.

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Dreams arise from the source of the creativity - the unconscious is "ground" and source of the imagination and blessedly, it is not of our making.

 

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Forthcoming: Interpretation in Jungian Analysis: Art and Technique by Mark Winforn

Forthcoming: Interpretation in Jungian Analysis: Art and Technique by Mark Winforn | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
Analytic interpretation is fundamental to, even definitive of, the process of psychoanalysis, Jungian analysis, and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Interpretation is the medium by which the psychoanalytic art form is transmitted. What one chooses to say in analysis, why one chooses that particular thing to say, how one says it, when one says it - these are some of the building blocks of the interpretive process. The psychoanalytic schools of thought have long made the study of interpretation central to their training processes and have developed a highly refined model of analytic technique. In contrast, Jungian training often tends to underemphasize or ignore technique and as a result fails to cultivate an essential tool for working in depth. This volume will provide those studying Analytical Psychology with the necessary knowledge and tools to incorporate the technique of interpretation. More specifically, readers will learn to: 1. Differentiate between an interpretation and other non-interpretive interventions in therapy/analysis; 2. Explore of the origins of the interpretive process within the psychoanalytic world; 3. Differentiate various levels of interpretation, and 4. Examine particular uses of language in interpretation. Clinical examples will be provided throughout the book to illustrate the material being presented.

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Dreams and Prophecy - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

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The prospective function, on the other hand, is an anticipation in the unconscious of future conscious achievements, something like a preliminary exercise or sketch, or a plan roughed out in advance. . . . The occurrence of prospective dreams cannot be denied. It would be wrong to call them prophetic, because at bottom they are…

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Working With Consciousness - Insights From a Dream  

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This is an Excerpted  piece :

"To appreciate the conflict revealed by your dream we perceive that the issue is the lesser coniunctio. The opposites desire to come together but have not yet transformed through the conscious realization of Shadow. The vulnerabilities and defenses of the feminine (Yin) in relation to the masculine (Yang) are revealed. It is not dealing with your sister or your cousin or any personal sense of self. 

The dream figures are personifications of impersonal impulses and dynamics beneath conscious awareness and are merely revealing the stage that is manifesting. These are not to be appropriated by the ego of the surface mind. Powerlessness, until maturation occurs, always calls for anger and rage as defenses to the vulnerability. The infantile power drive is instinctual and salvational.

As maturation occurs, we come into new parts of ourselves that can respond to vulnerability differently. This is what your dream is revealing. The unconscious is reflecting development. The vulnerable masculine strikes out against the feminine and the feminine realizes it has resources to overcome the masculine infliction yet, as it is in an earlier stage, inflicts back with fire (anger and rage_. This is lesser coniunctio where the unconscious Shadow appears. This will be followed by separation, integration, and, eventually, the greater coniunctio, where the opposites transform into complement and desire to dance together in harmony. 

 Witness without appropriating and the ego can easily handle the mysteries of the unconscious. As you make conscious what was unconscious a miracle happens....the dynamic process is allowed to unfold naturally. What delays the process is the ego's misuse of power and self- centeredness. 

 The dream dynamics are taking place in the deep emotional, instinctual, and sensate layers of beingness. Best to witness the genius and wisdom of the healing and maturational dynamics of the bodyful.

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The Mystic Fool: Masks & Mirrors of the SELF in Tarot—Intro Lecture by Eva Rider

The Mystic Fool: Masks & Mirrors of the SELF in Tarot—Intro Lecture by Eva Rider | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it

The Archetypal Images of the Tarot's Major Arcana serve as a guide through the alchemical changes that initiate us to reclaiming the Self. In a time of vast planetary changes, polarities, transitions, quickening and metamorphosis, it’s easy to find ourselves caught in grief, fear and despair.

We are on a journey of initiation to learn to inhabit our role as creator, mediator and steward of the gods. Through close examination of the Major Arcana of the Tarot, we find that ancient archetypal pathways reveal the masks and mirrors of ourselves and the initiations we undergo on our path to consciousness.


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Why is Tarot relevant to us now? The Tree of Life offer us a map and mandala for the soul's journey to consciousness. The Archetypal Images of the Tarot's…
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Carl Jung: Dreams that form logically, morally, or aesthetically satisfying wholes are exceptional. - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

Carl Jung: Dreams that form logically, morally, or aesthetically satisfying wholes are exceptional. - Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
If we want to interpret a dream correctly, we need a thorough knowledge of the conscious situation at that moment, because the dream contains its unconscious complement, that is, the material which the conscious situation has constellated in the unconscious. Without this knowledge it is impossible to interpret a dream correctly, except by a lucky fluke. ~Carl Jung, CW 8, Para 477

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If we want to interpret a dream correctly, we need a thorough knowledge of the conscious situation at that moment, because the dream contains its unconscious complement, that is, the material which the conscious situation has constellated in the unconscious. Without this knowledge it is impossible to interpret a dream correctly, except by a lucky fluke. ~Carl Jung, CW 8, Para 477
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Carl Jung: It is not I who create myself, rather I happen to myself.

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Psychology must reckon with the fact that despite the causal nexus man does enjoy a feeling of freedom, which is identical with autonomy of consciousness.

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Psychology must reckon with the fact that despite the causal nexus man does enjoy a feeling of freedom, which is identical with autonomy of consciousness.
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PAINTING THE PSYCHE: WONDERS OF THE DREAM WORLD

This workshop on "Painting the Psyche" will be an opportunity to experience and explore archetypal images that emerge from what Jung calls the creative imagination.  We will delve into the depths of the psyche to render in paint a visual of the dream image and to amplify  what the dream world so wondrously reflects to us.  With watercolors as our medium and paintbrushes as our instruments, we will depict a dimension that is extraordinarily difficult to discern.  We will rediscover the dream world and give form, in detail, to its expressions and engage in an in-depth elaboration of what it so profoundly implies and portends. For more details  visit www.cgjungny.org and www.jungiantherapy.com

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Psyche and the Sacred: Interview with Dr. Lionel Corbett

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Pacifica faculty member Lionel Corbett offers some stories from Biblical myth that exemplify the experience of the sacred, or the holy, as “numinous” and explores how transpersonal, numinous, spiritual experiences observations can take place for “ordinary, everyday people at any time”—and how those experiences are vastly important for both the individual and the collective
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Marion Woodman – Dreams Language of the Soul (2004)

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Tweet TweetUnderstand Your Dreams and the Unconscious Knowledge They Mirror about Your Past, Present, and Future. Investigate the Symbols of Your Inner World. On Dreams: Language of the Soul, Marion Woodman turns her attention to the world of dreams, their collective patterns and interpretation. She describes how the very destiny of the soul is directed …
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CONSCIOUS DEATH AND RESURRECTION 

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“We’re conditioned not to wound, but conscious death and resurrection are necessary to evolve – death of innocence must occur in order to evolve. Wanting to be loved, and to be the good child: every time you individuate you lose that, but there are new resources that appear and support the soul in its emanation. 

Embrace the disowned with no hope that it will ever change. If you want it to go away because it disturbs the ego, you collapse its transformational power. Open to the transformation instead of trying to be the transformation. Our task is to apprentice ourselves to the mystery, to have the eyes to see what is. 

Birth is an initiation into the ability to carry pain. We resist pain, but it has a transcendental nature. Pain is usually not how you imagine. What basically generates pain is the defense. What you encounter in the future has to do with what you resist. Experience the mystery of pain, open to it, allow it. When you do, the experience shifts. 

The orchestration of your life is not determined by the ego, it’s being determined by much deeper material, some of which is not ego-enhancing. If you deal with life only through your ego resources, it can be overwhelming and anxiety-ridden – it requires the entrusting of one’s being to something much larger, at which time you find all of that immediately dissolves. 

When what you want from an ego perspective is not happening, you think nothing is happening, but the surface awareness is too one-sided – there’s a lot happening, only not what the ego wants. Once you surrender, when the ego is placed in a position of powerlessness, you are showered with resources, but you can’t make it happen. The Transcendent can only come in once the ego has stopped feeling it is in charge.” – Brugh Joy, MD

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Profound appreciation to my dear friend Alicia S, who is a wonderful scribe and frequent contributor to Echoes of Joy.
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Carl Jung: We are men and not gods. The meaning of human development is to be found in the fulfilment of this life.

Carl Jung: We are men and not gods. The meaning of human development is to be found in the fulfilment of this life. | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

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The Big Dream survey

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‘Unlike ordinary dreams, such a dream is highly impressive, numinous, and its imagery frequently makes use of motifs analagous to or even identical with mythology.’

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I have had "big dreams". It was a couple of big dreams that led me to an exploration of my dreams in a deeper way and ultimately to becoming a dreamwork practitioner. www.archetypaldreamworks.com

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Thank you for this post and insight from Laura Smith

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Thanks to Laura Smith for another wonderful post on dreams.

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The Human Soul in Transition – an Interview with Bonnie Bright

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Now On YouTube The Human Soul in Transition – an Interview with Bonnie Bright The post-modern condition is characterized by

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DAIHMON's Fourth Sermon to the Dead - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

DAIHMON's Fourth Sermon to the Dead - Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
An 1847 depiction of the Norse Yggdrasil as described in the Icelandic Prose Edda by Oluf Olufsen Bagge.The following night, the dead came running sooner, filling the place with their mutterings, and said:"Speak to us about Gods and devils, accursed one."And DAIHMON appeared and began to speak (and this is the fourth sermon to the dead):"The Sun…

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Dreams and Prophecy - Carl Jung Depth Psychology

Dreams and Prophecy - Carl Jung Depth Psychology | Jungian Depth Psychology and Dreams | Scoop.it
The prospective function, on the other hand, is an anticipation in the unconscious of future conscious achievements, something like a preliminary exercise or sketch, or a plan roughed out in advance. . . . The occurrence of prospective dreams cannot be denied. It would be wrong to call them prophetic, because at bottom they are…

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Carl Jung, shaman of the West by Robert Moss

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A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

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