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infinitedonut · 20 hours ago
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These theologians fail to see that it is not a matter of proving the existence of the light, but of blind people who do not know that their eyes could see.
Carl Jung
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the-ephemeral-ethereal · 22 hours ago
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There is no change that is unconditionally valid over a long period of time. Life has always to be tackled anew.
from The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche by Carl Jung
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theintuitivecomplex · a day ago
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I feel like a lot of people just function on autopilot and as soon as they have to think for themselves, an error occurs; like a computer program with a bug.
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quotefeeling · 2 days ago
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Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
Carl Jung
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infinitedonut · 2 days ago
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It is much more needful to teach people the art of seeing.
Carl Jung
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To find out what is truly individual in ourselves, profound reflection is needed; and suddenly we realize how uncommonly difficult the discovery of individuality is.
from Two Essays on Analytical Psychology by Carl Jung
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the-funtime-autocrat · 2 days ago
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(Richard) Tarnas goes on to report the mind-boggling findings of his masterful research into the astrological influence of Prometheus (Uranus) on major figures in the history of the sciences, politics, literature and the arts. His approach is Jungian, and he goes on at some length contemplating Prometheus as an "archetype" in the sense in which Carl Jung and his disciple, James Hillman, meant the term, but he augments this with a more Platonic view of archetypes  as transcendent metaphysical principles, as well as one that takes more seriously the identity of certain archetypes with deities that really do influence our lives as spectral forces -- a view that he calls Homeric. Tarnas is careful to note that the same influence is at work in many more people who never achieved notoriety, but it goes without saying that it is easier to acquire substantive data for analysis from the lives of famous individuals. In fact, one of the most fascinating aspects of his study is the observation of how certain traits associated with Prometheus manifest themselves in successful individuals as compared to unsuccessful people. For example, the Promethean boldness that is indispensable to revolutionaries, whether in the sciences or politics, might wind up manifesting simply as a life of reckless risk-taking and compulsive gambling. Likewise with the defiance of authority, which when misdirected, especially from a young age, might simply take the form of juvenile delinquency. Prometheus even features prominently in the charts of kleptomaniacs, a reflection both of his status as a the trickster thief and also his association with excitement and risk-taking. Less deleteriously, Prometheus (Uranus) is prominent in the astrological charts of non-conformist people who pursued their own path in life, often at considerable cost, and those with erratic temperaments, who are often drawn to exceptional or even bizarre experiences, and who are especially open to novel or radical ideas.
Jason Reza Jorjani, “Prometheism” (2020).
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meruladeluca · 3 days ago
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"Psychoid" - This is the term Carl Jung gave to a low level of psychic mental activity that can be shared with others.
'Psychoide' - Dit is de term die Carl Jung gaf aan een laag niveau van paranormale mentale activiteit die met anderen gedeeld kan worden.
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The collective unconscious is made up essentially of archetypes.
from The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious by Carl Jung
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The collective unconscious consists of the sum of the instincts and their correlates, the archetypes. Just as everybody possesses instincts, they also possess a stock of archetypal images.
from The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche by Carl Jung
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Consciousness is an inward perception of the objective life-process.
from The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche by Carl Jung
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typologyaesthetics · 5 days ago
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intuitives aren't better than senors. sensors aren't stupid, intuitives aren't all knowing. feelers don't always cry, thinkers aren't always rational. there is no superior type. get off your high horse. learn the theory for what it really is, a tool to help you understand and improve yourself.
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quotes-by-dilanka · 6 days ago
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Religion is a defense against the experience of God.
Carl Jung
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perfeqt · 6 days ago
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Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
Carl Jung
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jungiananalysis · 6 days ago
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Reflections on Winnicott & Jung
David Sedgwick, Winnicott’s Dream: Some Reflections on D. W. Winnicott and C. G. Jung.
Jung-the-psychotic-child is not true for most Jungians, who, while acknowledging that Jung had a difficult childhood, would disagree with Winnicott’s (over)diagnosis. Morey (2005), in a wide-ranging review of Winnicott’s review and the potential pitfalls for analytical psychology of Jungian/psychoanalytic syntheses, finds Winnicott’s diagnosis of childhood schizophrenia in Jung “untenable” (p. 340) and a “misdiagnosis”  (p. 346). He suggests Winnicott is mistaking a “disturbing childhood” for schizophrenia. Feldman (1992), also a Jungian analyst, echoes this, emphasizing the necessity of Jung’s turning inward to find healing potential in the absence of a secure family or analysis. Storr (1973, p. 16), referring not to Jung’s childhood but to the post-Freud years, concludes that Jung “came near to having a schizophrenic breakdown” but used his “unusually strong ego” and creativity to counteract the “mental upheaval”. Similarly, from a combination self-psychological/Jungian viewpoint, Corbett and Cohen (1998, p. 317) propose that Jung’s mid-life nekyia may have been “prepsychotic” in form but that Jung had sufficient self-structures and selfobjects to integrate it rather than fragment.
https://www.cgjungpage.org/learn/articles/analytical-psychology/915-winnicotts-dream-some-reflections-on-dw-winnicott-and-cg-jung
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