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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: Such dreams fade away quickly if they are not written down, and this is no great loss.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: Such dreams fade away quickly if they are not written down, and this is no great loss.

Participant: The three Fates represent the coming into being and the fading away of what happens.Professor Jung: In Mahayana Buddhism, you will find the Three as the center of the carnal world: a c…

Participant: The three Fates represent the coming into being and the fading away of what happens.Professor Jung: In Mahayana Buddhism, you will find the Three as the center of the carnal world: a c…

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

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

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung the Shadow sometimes appears as a Duality

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung the Shadow sometimes appears as a Duality

[Carl Jung – The “Shadow” is not always the Shadow of the Persona but can be an ethnic shadow…A Shadow of the Self.]In traveling to Africa to find a psychic observation post outside the sphere of t…

[Carl Jung – The “Shadow” is not always the Shadow of the Persona but can be an ethnic shadow…A Shadow of the Self.]In traveling to Africa to find a psychic observation post outside the sphere of t…

I am not, however, addressing myself to the happy possessors of faith, but to those many people for whom the light has gone out, the mystery has faded, and God is dead. ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Para 148.

I am not, however, addressing myself to the happy possessors of faith, but to those many people for whom the light has gone out, the mystery has faded, and God is dead. ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Para 148.

St Symeon the New Theologian:     “There was this alone that held me back – my ingrained propensities and evil habits of sensuality. By the persistent practice of prayer, meditation of God’s oracles and the acquiring of good habits, this fades away.”

St Symeon the New Theologian: “There was this alone that held me back – my ingrained propensities and evil habits of sensuality. By the persistent practice of prayer, meditation of God’s oracles and the acquiring of good habits, this fades away.”

Jung’s Understanding of the Meaning of the Shadow pages 205-229 from Jung and the Story of Our Time by Laurens van der Post© 1975 by Laurens van der PostNot the least of Jung’s services to his time…

Jung’s Understanding of the Meaning of the Shadow pages 205-229 from Jung and the Story of Our Time by Laurens van der Post© 1975 by Laurens van der PostNot the least of Jung’s services to his time…

In recent years, many scientists, pop-science writers, and philosophers have espoused the view that science provides the only valid path to knowledge. Evolutionary biologist Austin L. Hughes reveals the profound failures of this “scientism” and the persistent need for philosophy to guide the scientific quest.

In recent years, many scientists, pop-science writers, and philosophers have espoused the view that science provides the only valid path to knowledge. Evolutionary biologist Austin L. Hughes reveals the profound failures of this “scientism” and the persistent need for philosophy to guide the scientific quest.

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