By Claire Dunne
This is often the 1st fully-illustrated biography of 1 of the best thinkers of the twentieth century, well-known for his pioneering exploration of goals, the subconscious, and spirituality.
Carl Jung remains to be respected this day as a real innovative who helped to form psychology, supplied a bridge among Western and japanese spirituality, and taken into common information such basic strategies as archetypes, the collective subconscious, and synchronicity. during this very important ebook, Claire Dunne chronicles Jung's trip of self-discovery from a formative years full of visions either terrifying and profound, via his early specialist luck, to his rediscovery of spirituality in mid-life. unique consciousness is paid to the tumultuous relationships among Jung and Sigmund Freud, the novel but important function played through his colleague, Toni Wolff, and the revelatory visions Jung skilled following an in depth brush with death.
The phrases of Jung himself and those that shared his paintings and personal lifestyles are shared verbatim, attached via Claire Dunne's full of life and obtainable statement and through an evocative array of illustrations together with pictures of Jung, his affiliates, and the environments during which he lived and labored, in addition to paintings pictures either old and modern that replicate Jung's teachings. Jung emerges as a healer whose abilities arose from having first attended to the injuries in his personal soul.
This is an important paintings of reference in addition to a desirable and unique learn for everybody attracted to psychology, spirituality, and private improvement.
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The striving at bottom is for “your own essence” as being. Everything “created and uncreated” is Pleroma itself, the totality of being. ” It is “force, duration, change” at once. The next level of manifestation is more definite. God is Creation. ” Then there is a multiplicity of gods that act as either heavenly gods that “magnify,” or earthly gods that “diminish,” the four principal ones being Sun God, Eros, Tree of Life, and Devil. Spirituality and sexuality, “daimon manifestations of the gods,” are opposites of the same spectrum, celestial in spirituality, earthly in sexuality.
Four of Jung’s The Red Book paintings are reproduced in this book (pages 70, 79, 80 and 228). They, and cross-cultural symbolic images, add visual context and beauty to his ideas, and the book. Part One – “Wounded” takes us through Jung's childhood, medical studies, personal and family life, relationship with Sigmund Freud, and his struggles to become what he was, up to the end of the tumultuous period recorded in The Red Book. Part Two – “Healer” follows the mid-years, a flourishing of professional life, the influence on Jung of travels to native America, Africa, and India, the nucleus of his psychology; along with reminiscences of people who knew him as patients, friends, and colleagues.
The phallus ... a subterranean god “not to be named” ... a ritual phallus ... an initiation into the secrets of the earth ... that fearful tree of my childhood dream ... 10 Wooden mannikin, carved by Jung. Late in life, Jung created this depiction of the triple-aspected human being as body, feeling, and head, integrated through the repeated encircling arms. Waning Moon #2; painting by Morris Graves, 1943. As a child, Jung felt himself to be two distinct personalities: one outward and socially adapted, the other inward and essentially true.
Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul by Claire Dunne