The Analytical Psychology Society of Western NY - 371 Delaware
For those planning on attending the Red Book discussion group on Tuesday, June 14, attached is the text we'll be talking about (the first eleven pages of Liber Primus).
As you'll see Jung makes clear, nothing is unimportant and everything has to do with the Spirit…Continue
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Are you interested in personal and spiritual growth and opportunities to discover meaningful connections that expand awareness? Then, the C.G. Jung Center may be for you.
"Our life is psychological and the purpose of life
is to make psyche of it, to find connections between life and soul." James Hillman
The C.G. Jung Center features educational programs, discussion groups and lectures by…
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The Tension of the Opposites
by Paul Levy
C. G. Jung articulated very eloquently the archetypal descent into the unconscious. He realized that when you go into the psyche you are invariably going to meet "the problem of the opposites." This is that double-bind that is at the root of our self-consciousness. To quote…
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"The first duty of the ethically-minded person is, from Jung's psychological perspective, to become as conscious as possible of his or her own shadow. The shadow is made up of the personality's tendencies, motives, and traits that a person considers shameful for one reason or another and seeks to suppress or actually represses unconsciously. If they are repressed, they are unconscious and are projected into others. When this happens, there is usually strong moral indignation and the…Continue
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Melville's Vision of Evil by Steven Herrmann
Fire is an image that has often been associated with wanton destruction, as in Hitler's slaughter of seven million Jews in the fiery gas-ovens of Germany or Japan's bombing of Pearl Harbor during WWII. In more recent times, we have seen Ahabian "dictatorship" (that Jungian analyst James Kirsch outlined)(100) in Saddam…Continue
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The Huffington Post featured an interview today with Murray Stein, worth reading: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pythia-peay/american-psyche_b_1922820.html
Stein analyzes the American political system from a depth psychological perspective, to explore some of the issues behind the splintered society.
"America is a very extraverted country; for a young,…Continue
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Online resources related to Carl Jung's work on "The Answer to Job"
Prefatory Note to Answer to Job by Carl Jung: http://carljungdepthpsychology.blogspot.com/2012/03/prefatory-note-to-answer-to-job-by-carl.html
"On account of its somewhat unusual content, my little book requires a short preface. I beg of you, dear reader, not to overlook it. For, in what…Continue
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