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Carl Gustav Jung (26 July 1875 – 6 June 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist, the founder of analytical psychology.

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16 Interesting Quotes on Relationships by Rebecca “The purpose of a relationship is not to have another who might complete you, but to have another with whom you might share your completeness.” -Neale Donald Walsch “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” -Carl Jung “A loving person lives in a loving world; a hostile person lives in a hostile world. Each person is your mirror.” – Ken Keyes, Jr. “What angers us in another person is more often than not an unhealed aspect of ourselves. If we had already resolved that particular issue, we would not be irritated by its reflection back to us.” -Simon Peter Fuller “Assumptions are the termites of relationships.” -Henry Winkler “Some of the biggest challenges in relationships come from the fact that many people enter into a relationship in order to get something: they’re trying to find someone who’s going to make them feel good. In reality, the only way a relationship will last is if ...
I seriously think the Carl Jung Personality Test is so interesting. I am an ENTP to the CORE. And I absolutely adore INFJs and INTJs.
You are verey welcome, Andrea ! :)) I adore Carl Jung and his theories. I must study harder Lacan because his thoughts are
Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict. between thinking and feeling. Carl Jung
"Whose dat Yungfella?" - An aul one,after someone mentioned Carl Jung.
"Disobedience is the first step towards consciousness." Carl Jung
"What is not brought to consciousness, comes to us as fate. - Carl Jung"
Psychiatrist Carl Jung wrote, “The greatest tragedy of the family is the un-lived lives of the parents.”
"Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you." - Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961)
"We meet ourselves time and time again in a thousand disguises on the path of life.". ~Carl Jung
"The dream is the theater where the dreamer is at once scene, actor, prompter, stage manager, author, audience, and critic."Carl Jung
Carl Jung Depth Psychology: In this moment, you need evil. - See on - Archetype in Action See on...
"Colour is the mother tongue of the subconscious" Carl Jung
“Our second birth is our own creation.” ~ Dr. Carl Jung
Many people recognize Carl Jung as one of the founding fathers of psychology, but did you know he also had a fascination about astrology?
Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate. -Carl Jung
A man who has not passed through the inferno of his passions has never overcome them. - Carl Jung
"Go to bed. Think on your problem. See what you Perhaps the 2,000,000 year old man will speak" Carl Jung
There is no light without shadow and no psychic wholeness without imperfection. --Carl Jung
Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also.-Carl Jung
The reason for evil in the world is that people are not able to tell their stories. ~ Carl Jung
"One cannot live without inconsistency." - Carl Gustav Jung
As Carl Jung put it: there is a cosmos in all chaos, a secret order in all disorder. And so it follows that there is also
"As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of existence is to kindle a in the of mere being". - Carl Gustav
"The healthy man does not torture others - generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers."- Carl Jung
"As Carl Jung put it, "In each of us there is another whom we do not know." As Pink Floyd put it, "There's...
“Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” - Carl Jung
Carl Jung presented, that introverts are drained of energy by interaction, and gain energy in solitude and quiet etc etc
I love things like philosophy and psychology and all that like Charles Darwin, Carl Jung, Friedrich Nietzse, Sieugmund freud and
The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.-Carl Jung
And Jung borrowed Alchemical texts from Manly P. Hall's collection to research this work.
"The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it." ~Carl Jung
January 7th's Daily Meditation from Food for the Soul Life on Life's Terms The renowned psychiatrist Carl Jung said, "Free will is the choice to do gladly that which we must do." If we can accept life on life's terms, then we experience serenity and the joys of everyday life. This is the ultimate freedom: To choose our reaction to the world around us. Abstinence is the foundation of this freedom. When struggling with addictive foods, we become overwhelmed by depression and negativity. With abstinence it is so much easier to maintain as attitude of gratitude, a spiritual perspective, and joy in our hearts. But abstinence alone will not render us serene. We must also work the program. Each day, we must make a conscious choice to meet life's challenges and obligations. Rather than seeing the negative in every situation and take blessings for granted, we can build up our gratitude muscles. Gratitude is a learned skill that takes daily practice. With the gift of abstinence, we can choose to be positive, to foc ...
“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.” ~ Carl Jung
"Carl Jung bir kitabinda, bir kizilderili reisi ile yaptığı sohbetten bahsediyor. Reis şöyle diyor: Beyaz adamların çoğunun gergin bir yüz ifadesi, dik bakislari ve kaba halleri var. Sürekli birşey arıyorlar. Ne arıyorlar ? Beyazlar sürekli birşey istiyor. Her zaman tedirgin ve huzursuzlar. Ne istediklerini bilmiyoruz. Galiba delirmisler." " Carl Jung, in one of his books, was writing about a talk he had with an Indian Chief . Chief goes: Most of the white men have a tense look, mean eyes and rude manners. They always look for something. What are they looking for? White men always want something. They are always nervous and worried. We don't know what they want. We think they are gone mad." E. Tolle
To all those doing personal work: I have some bad news. Carl Jung said that we have 4 ways of interacting in the world: Think, Feeling, Sensing, and Imagination. In our current way of life, we use: Thinking, Thinking, Thinking and Thinking. I am sorry to inform you that the emotional body does not understand the language of Logic. You cannot think your way in and out of emotional distress. You have the keys to the jail you are trapped in, but the one marked "Sense" won't fit into most of those locks.
The famous psychiatrist Carl Jung, an untrained artist, created an enormous book covered in red leather, the Red Book, into which he poured his artistic and written explorations into himself. These explorations included some beautiful drawings of mythical characters from his dreams and waking fantasies. Jung shared the book with only a few trusted friends during his lifetime because he feared people would think he was insane mad.
"There is no coming to consciousness without pain." - Carl Jung quotes from
Has anyone out there read anything by CArl Jung like maybe the Red book?
"Bidden or unbidden, God is present." ~ Carl Jung
Carl Jung studied many spiritual traditions to assist with his understanding of the human psyche. The following is a very interesting quote from Ruth Snowden’s ‘Jung – The Key Ideas’ ‘Alchemy was very popular during medieval times, and was practised until the end of th...
"The pendulum of the mind alternates between sense and nonsense, not between right and wrong." -Carl Jung
Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk. - Carl Jung Quotes
Day - 4 - Carl Jung as recited by Manning, Abba's Child "The acceptance of oneself is the essence of the whole moral problem and the epitome of a whole outlook on life. That I feed the hungry, that I forgive an insult, that I love my enemy in the name of Christ - all these are undoubtedly great virtues. What I do unto the least of my brethren, that I do unto Christ. But what if I should discover that the least amongst them all, the poorest of all the beggars, the most impudent of all the offenders, the very enemy himself - that these are within me, and that I myself stand in need of the alms of my own kindness - that I myself am the enemy who must be loved?"
According to Carl Jung, the powerful forces of the unconscious appear, not just in clinical material, but also in mythology, religious, artistic and in all other activities humankind uses to experience itself. Jung advocated that the symbol as the psychological mechanism that transforms energy. Joseph Campbell tells us ".it is the artist who brings the images of a mythology to manifestation, and without images (whether mental or visual) there is no mythology." It is the artist within us who communicates our own mythology through our thoughts and feelings as expressed in paintings, sculpture, writing, music and dance. Quoted from Signs of Life by Angeles Arrien
“The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct.” ~ Carl Jung For those new to the Round Table, Saturday is the day we encourage creatives to use as a play day. Yes, we understand that there are errands and chores and catch-up jobs to do, but set aside some time to play. And part of the fun is that you get to define what play is for you. It can be as simple or as involved as you want it to be. It can be a few minutes, a few hours, or all day. Creativity itself is a result of play. And when we forget to play, we begin to dry up creatively. We forget what it's like to play "what if..." We forget how to pretend. We forget what comes after "Once upon a time..." And then our logical mind goes to work to try and "fix" things, when the only thing that needs fixing is our return to play. So in these last few days of the holidays, give yourself the gift of play for 2014. Find that which sparks your imagination and do it. Allow yourself to regress to the child within ...
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"The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it." ~ Carl Jung
“One of the most distinguished psychiatrists living, Dr. Carl Jung, says in his book Modern Man in Search of a Soul (*): "During the past thirty years, people from all the civilised countries of the earth have consulted me. I have treated many hundreds of patients. Among all my patients in the second half of life-that is to say, over thirty-five-there has not been one whose problem in the last resort was not that of finding a religious outlook on life. It is safe to say that every one of them fell ill because he had lost that which the living religions of every age have given to their followers, and none of them has been really healed who did not regain his religious outlook.” ― Dale Carnegie, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung in his "The Development Of Personality, wrote: "Every man carries within him the eternal image of woman, not the image of this or that particular woman, but a definite feminine image. This image is fundamentally unconscious, an hereditary factor of primordial origin engraved in the living organic system of the man, an imprint, or 'archetype' of all the ancestral experiences of the female." This image, which Jung called the anima, is supposedly unconsciously projected by men on the women they know, just as women project their inner male animus upon males. Jungian theory posits that psychic wholeness cannot be established until this inner alter ego of the opposite sex – a being Jung described with his coined word "contrasexual" – was fully integrated, usually through dreams. This awakening of the internal sexual opposite in the Vama Marga tradition is most powerfully effected through Kundalini, an inversion of natural processes in which a subtle power said to slumber at ...
As a therapist, how wide is your gamut? Dr. Carl Jung developed the notion that every good therapist is like a container. What exactly are your parameters? How wide is your reach? How deep are you capable of going to effectuate true sustainable healing?
the astute observation of Carl Jung, that monotheism and polytheism are in reality, polarities... "The dynamic aspect of the Divine is the Supreme Brahman, not the Gods. The Gods are Personalities and Powers of the dynamic Divine. You speak as if the evolution were the sole creation; the creation or manifestation is very vast and contains many planes and worlds that existed before the evolution, all different in character and with different kinds of beings. The fact of being prior to the evolution does not make them undifferentiated. The world of the Asuras is prior to the evolution, so are the worlds of the mental, vital or subtle physical Devas — but these beings are all different from each other. The great Gods belong to the overmind plane; in the supermind they are unified as aspects of the Divine, in the overmind they appear as separate personalities. Any godhead can descend by emanation to the physical plane and associate himself with the evolution of a human being with whose line of manifestation ...
Depth psychology originates in the work of Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, who called attention to the importance of what lies "below the surface" of conscious awareness.
So, in honor of the recent Carl Jung ad hominy hominem lynch mob that rode through town, I thought to repost an excellent description of the alchemical process that this po' boy discovered while not chillin' wid' the Natzis. I unearthed this one in the late 90s one evening while poring through one of po' boy CJ's texts entitled Alchemical Studies, I think. I am not totally sure but I believe I grabbed it from a descriptive footnote in that book. It is the best single description of Alchemy, understood as a process of self-transformation, rather than a misguided attempt to create more filthy lucre, that I have come across in my own studies... PS - I have posted this before but it is worth perennial revisitation. Aurelia Occulta "I am the poison-dripping dragon who is everywhere and can be cheaply had. That upon which I rest, and that which rests upon me will be found within me by those who pursue their investigations in accordance with the rules of the Art. My water and fire destroy and put together; from ...
Profound insights from notable seekers and imparters of truth, featuring thoughts and observations from Alan Watts, Terence McKenna, Bruce Lee, Robert Anton Wilson, Carl Jung, Malcolm X, John Lennon, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Tupac Shakur, amongst others… “If when I’m dead I am as if I never ha...
Among his many theories, Carl Jung listed a series of archetypes. The one I want to look at in this article is called 'The Shadow'. The Shadow is Jung's term for the dark side of ourselves. When we see faults in others we are typically projecting our own Shadow onto them. For an example of this, con...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Our souls as well as our bodies are composed of individual elements...
[Carl Jung on the “Image of God in Man,” The God Image is not in the Body but in the Mind.] As Christ is in us, so also is his heavenly kingdom. These few, familiar references should be sufficient to make the psychological position of the Christ symbol quite clear. Christ exemplifies the archetype of the self. He represents a totality of a divine or heavenly kind, a glorified man, a son of God un-spotted by sin. As Adam Secundus he corresponds to the first Adam before the Fall, when the latter was still a pure image of God, of which Tertullian (d. 222) says: "And this therefore is to be considered as the image of God in man, that the human spirit has the same motions and senses as God has, though not in the same way as God has them." Origen (185-254) is very much more explicit: The imago Dei imprinted on the soul, not on the body, is an image of an image, "for my soul is not directly the image of God, but is made after the likeness of the former image." Christ, on the other hand, is the true image of ...
Hitler had absolutely immaculate handwriting. The psychologist Carl Jung described his handwriting as "having feminine instinct".
'Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakes.' Carl Jung 'He that will not reflect is a ruined man.' Anon.
Gnosis, as a special kind of knowledge, should not be confused with. "Gnosticism." ~Footnote Carl Jung, Psychology and Religion, Page 45. The "Gnosticism" of the 2nd and 3rd centuries a.d. contained much beauty and wisdom but also many of the writers of the time lost themselves within the web of their own words creating much confusion as to what they meant. Even at that time there were schisms withing "Gnosticism" where groups and sects formed that engaged in the most licentious behavior. "Gnosis" on the other hand refers to the structure and dynamics of the human psyche wherein "Knowledge" is "bestowed" upon an individual through the human experience that is commonly known as "Revelation." This "Gnosis" is not restricted by any particular religion, creed, dogma, culture or era but is largely the result and manifestation of how a particular individual lives their own life. Therefore a person born under a star over Mecca, Calcutta or Lasha may worship Allah, Shiva or Buddha and attain "Gnosis" while not wo ...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Christmas has come. The God is in the egg.
CHRISTMAS VIDEO - Join Eric Berne, Albert Ellis, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Carl Rogers in the celebrations of the festive season. Produced by Trust me, I am a "Transactional Analyst" :D
Carl Jung referred to as the “shadow” as the parts of ourselves that we judge as undesirable and try to conceal. One of the underlying objectives of psychotherapy is to bring our shadow into conscious awareness so that we can come to terms with ourselves with greater self-acceptance. For this reason, “shadow work” or the re-claiming of disowned parts of ourselves, is one of the most powerful things we can do to promote healing in ourselves and within all of our relationships. The shadow is not inherently negative, in fact it contains very powerful and necessary aspects that we deny our selves access to when we disown them. Shadow work involves more than just acknowledging shameful aspects of ourselves, but recognizing the healing and creative value of those qualities and holding them with respect, rather than contempt.
“Religion is a defense against religious experience" --- Carl Jung. A corrective for all in my vocation. I hope and pray that my religious practices and acts of worship will open myself and others to mystery, give more questions than answers, and bring myself and those who worship with me into a new reality where all our rules, expectations and agendas fade in presence of the eternal
Millennial Minute 'Richard Rohr once said that when we fail to “mythologize our lives, inevitably we will pathologize them.” He is not alone in this conviction. More than sixty years ago the famous psychoanalyst Carl Jung predicted that the collective loss of our ability to see ourselves within a “meaningful narrative” would lead to an epidemic of mental health issues, namely depression, suicide and a startling increase in sociopathic behavior, a phenomenon now overwhelming our mental health and criminal justice systems. While this crisis is frustratingly complex, there is a simple place to start. In The Power of Myth Joseph Campbell advises us to find time to “read--and read and read. And read the right books by the right people. Your mind is brought onto that level, and you have a nice, mild, slow-burning rapture all the time.” The “purifying fire of a great story,” says C.S. Lewis, can teach us more about God and “the mysteries of life that consume and perplex us” than all of the .. ...
INTRODUCTION TO ART alchemical During the Second World War, Carl Jung published his study on " Psychology and Alchima " (1944) , who in 1946 was followed by the " Psychology of the Transference " interpreted in conjunction with a series of alchemical illustrations . Together with the " Alchemical Studies " (1931 - 1954) and the " Mysterium Coniuntionis " (1956) , his most important and wise , these books promoted significantly understanding of Alchemical that had developed mainly in Italy between 1330 and , 1660. First, Jung began structuring the order of the jungle alchemical writings . Radiografando their pages discovered the skeleton of Opus alchymicum , its key issues , basic concepts , symbols and main , without distinction , the successive stages of transformation. As Herbert Silberer , author in 1914 of " " Problems of mysticism and its symbolism " ," Carl Gustav Jung was put on the road of Alchemical by the close resemblance between the fictional world of alchemists and the dream world of his pati ...
Just thought I might list some of my most influential books. Anyway Ones' which have a had a profound impact on how I see the world. Ronald Hutton "Pagan Religions of the British Isles" Antony Beevor "Stalingrad" Michel Foucault "Discipline and Punish" Umberto Eco "Foucault's Pendulum" (Fiction I know but I felt he really encapsulated the culture of esotericism and the occult tradition) Yuri Stoyanov "The Other God" Edward Said "Orientalism" Fredrik Jameson "Postmodernism or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism" Karl Polanyi "the Great Transformation" Christopher Hill "Puritanism and Revolution" Alan Dundes "Interpreting Folklore" Clifford Geertz "The Interpretation of Culture" Dianne Purkiss "The Witch in History" Eric Hobsbawm " The Invention of Tradition" Frances Yates "The Rosicrucian Enlightenment." Ninian Smart "World religions: A Dialogue" Carl Jung "Symbols of transformation"
21 Quotes for today's solstice journey into the darkness of Winter Solstice. “Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better take things as they come along with patience and equanimity.” ~ Carl Jung “And you? When will you begin that long journey into yourself?” ~ Rumi “All the powers in the universe are already ours. It is we who have put our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dark.” ~ Swami Vivekananda ”In the darkness, I am light.” ~ Unknown “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” ~ Plato “There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights.” ~ Bram Stoker, Dracula “Into the darkness they go, t ...
Dear Friend of Creation Spirituality: A blessed Holiday Season to you all! I am sure we are all deeply yearning for the kind of peace with justice that the Christmas and Hanukkah seasons are all about. I hope these kind of miracles are in the works for all and through our dedicated inner and outer work. A few summaries of our goings on at FCS this year. I have been working on a new book on Meister Eckhart, my third, but my first in over thirty years. Called Meister Eckhart: Mystic Warrior for Our Times, it is due out from New World Library in July. I borrowed my methodology from my recent book on Hildegard when I put Eckhart in the room with twentieth (and twenty-first century) thinkers such as: Rabbi Heschel; Adrienne Rich (on the Divine Feminine); Teilhard de Chardin and Thomas Berry (on the Cosmic Christ); Black Elk (on shamanism); Dorothy Soelle (on liberation); Carl Jung; Otto Rank; Biblical scholars Marcus Borg, John Dominic Crossan and Bruce Chilton, Karl Marx, David Korten and Anita Roddick (on e ...
WORD OF THE DAY: Quietude qui•etude \ˈkwī-ə-ˌtüd\ noun: [French, from Middle French quiétude, from Medieval Latin quietudo, from Latin quietus] the elusive state of true observation “His retreat into himself is not a final renunciation of the world, but a search for quietude, where alone it is possible for him to make his contribution to the life of the community.” – Carl Jung
List 12 books that have stayed with you. Don't take more than a few minutes; don't think too hard. They don't have to be great works, just the ones that have stayed with you. Tag 12 Friends (including me, so I'll see your list) Candide- Votaire Madame Bovary- Flaubert 100 Years of Solitude- Gabriel Garcia Marquez Thus Spoke Zarathustra- Nietzsche The Old Man and the Sea- Hemingway Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson- Gurdjieff Notes From the Underground- Dostoyevsky The Creation of Consciousness- Carl Jung 4 Loves- C.S. Lewis Thought as A System- David Bohm The Secret History of the World- Frazer The White Goddess: A Historical Grammar of Poetic Myth- Graves Paige Parker, Joseph Powell, Ashley Elizabeth Remer, Harold Dean James, Diana Ezerins, Jacquelyn Lewis, Tanya Barr, Vitor Lopes, Sam Mossler, Paul Oswell, David Roe, Diego Britt
"Forty Six & 2" is a song by the American rock band Tool. The title references an idea first conceived by Carl Jung and later expounded upon by Drunvalo Melchizedek concerning the possibility of reaching a state of evolution at which the body would have two more than the normal 46 total chromosomes and leave a currently disharmonious state. The premise is that humans would deviate from the current state of human DNA which contains 44 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes. The next step of evolution would likely result in human DNA being reorganized into 46 and 2 chromosomes, according to Melchizedek. The song is mostly in 4/4 time with some sections of 7/8 in between. In the intro, Danny Carey plays 4 measures of 7/8 on his ride cymbal over the rest of the band playing in 4/4, and they all meet up on the downbeat of the 5th measure in 4/4. During the bridge there are 3 measures of 7/8 followed by one measure of 4/4. During a particular quad fill, the drums are in 3/8, the guitar plays one measure of 9/8 followe ...
Ten books, Sue? Just 10 in 50 years? Tough, but I'll try (and cheat by just using authors for all their works too)! 1. Farnsworth on Contracts; 2. Prosser on Torts: 3. Dr. Seuss; 4. Pippi Longstocking: 5. Shakespeare: 6. A Wrinkle in Time; 7.Hannah Arendt; 8. Anais Nin; 9. Martha Nussbaum, and 10. Carl Jung. I could do hundreds more, but this covers a lot of ground. Maybe I should switch Nietzsche for Pippi or is it the same thing kinda? :-)
Continued: 8. Man and His Symbols by Carl Jung - RM 5 9. The Evolution of God by Robert Wright (History and Religion) -RM 15
“Liberty means responsibility, That is why most men dread it,” George Bernard Shawtest of things without it, - Carl Jung
Bit of Advice: If you ever tell any type of skeptic of your spiritual quests (particularly if you are interacting with beings) once they start giving you crap say this: Right, because you've proved Carl Jung wrong and the Collective Unconscious isn't real and you've proved Joseph Campbell wrong that the human consciousness isn't mythic in nature. Therefore it is scientifically impossible to use altered states of consciousness to interact with Jungian archetypes. So when exactly are you being awarded the Nobel Prize?
The law of attraction in my own words...this stuff is REAL! I've studied at least 50 books and subscribed to 10 different newsletters on more info on this subject. Albert Einstein, Carl Jung, Bruce Lee, Napoleon Hill, Kevin Trudeau, Claude Bristol, Bob Proctor and other researchers/ authors. Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and other professional athletes who don't necessarily know about the law of attraction but their habits are all according to it's principles. In my conclusion of of my findings and own personal research, I've found that I have been able to accomplish more in actively practicing (also by being conscious of it), than I ever did when I wasn't aware of it. This law supersedes any physical laws like the law of gravity. "What supersedes that?" The law of lift, which is why birds and planes can fly regardless of mass. The law of attraction is a quantum-physical law, consisting of things unseen. Such as desire, faith, love, hate, vibrations, misery, determination, confidence and thoughts. The thi ...
My number is and I'll give you a number...I think that's how the game goes... 1. I had a Lhasa Apso growing up. 2. Spent many summers on cotton farm in Louisiana. 3. I only recently started eating broccoli. 4. My family seems to live all over the world. 5. I've already started studying my doctoral textbooks for January. 6. I really love Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell. 7. I really love prize candles and have a birthday coming up! 󾰛
"Our unconscious is the key to our life's pursuits" - Carl Jung
Today I am thankful for my many role models, living and deceased who have had such a dramatic impact on my life. I can't even begin to list them all, but I'm going to try to list some of the more notable ones. A few of those who have passed beyond the veil: Buddha, Gandhi, My Grandmother, my God Parents, Joan of Arc, Mother Theresa, Albert Einstein, Nikola Tesla, Yeshua of Nazareth (commonly referred to as Jesus Christ), Oscar Wilde, Walt Whitman and Carl Jung. There are quite a few who are still alive though I do not know them personally: The Dalai Lama, Ru Paul, Sharon Needles, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (official), Pope Francis, Deepak Chopra, and Doreen Virtue. And especially to the three women who are still alive and I have the great honor of knowing personally: My Mother (Jackie Trawick), My personal mentor Kelly Wright, and my pagan muse Kat Privett-Duren.
The nerdy psychologist came out of me when I saw this quote from Carl Jung. Look inside, and the treasure you seek, will surprisingly be found in the place you least expect it.
"Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible."- Carl Jung
☝ "I am Not what HAPPENS to me. I... C H O O S E who I become!" ~Carl Jung (RT
The Grail Legend is one of my favorite myths. Here is a piece about a book on it by Emma Jung (Carl Jung's wife):
“Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.” ~ Carl Jung
Luck, or a meaningful coincidence, or synchronicity as Carl Jung once said.
You are NOT what happens to you! You are what you CHOOSE to be! ... Carl Jung What a power packed observation! But the question is how many of us actively choose HOW to prove the storyline of our lives from our experiences? If I were to offer one new life purpose tool, it would be to become an observer of your life... Gently, nonjudgementally view how you act and react, then ask how you could have made when it was a beautiful experience OR how you could have changed the outcome of a challenging experience. Then sit back, and see how your perceptions change over a few days, weeks, or months. One of my clients calls this, observing from neutral mind.
Reflective Practice was introduced by Donald Schön in his book The Reflective Practitioner in 1983, however, the concepts underlying reflective practice are much older. John Dewey was among the first to write about Reflective Practice with his exploration of experience, interaction and reflection.[3] Other researchers such as Kurt Lewin, Jean Piaget, William James and Carl Jung were developing theories of human learning and development.[4] Marcus Aurelius' Meditations has also been described as an example of reflective practice.[5]
"The right way to wholeness os made up of fateful detours and wrong turnings." -- Carl Jung
"If there is anything we wish to change in the child, we should first examine it and see whether it is not something that could better be changed in ourselves." - Carl Jung
"The achievements which society rewards are won at the cost of diminution of personality." - Carl Gustav Jung
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"The world will ask you who you are, and if you do not know, the world will tell you.” ~Carl Jung A kid are looking in a mirror, marveling at the child on the other side of the glass...encased by his childish horizon gives the child that there may sit goals, passionately pursue them, to feel joy in achieving them. .. The real world is the adults where only allowed to respect and obey. Since it is a naive victim of the mirage of his being-for-others, believe the child to the parents and teachers are: The child sees them as the gods they vainly try to be and whose shapes enjoying themselves to adopt for its innocent eyes. Rewards, punishments, prices, encouragement and reproach fill the child with the conviction that there is a good, one evil and goals that are inherently desirable, just as there is a sun and a moon. Welcome to the human race kid. Now kid, pay attention, we are playing a very complicated game, and we're going to explain the rules of it to you. And when you have learned these rules and und ...
I am not what has happened to me. I am what I choose to become. ---Carl Jung
Nobody, as long as he moves about among the chaotic currents of life, is without trouble. -Carl Jung
He who looks outside dreams, he who looks inside awakens. -Carl Gustav Jung
Spiritual Warfare Because the New Testament writers assumed that most readers were already familiar with spiritual warfare, only occasional exhortations are given to encourage the churches in it. Today we can make no such assumption, so a brief summary of some of the main principles of spiritual victory and freedom may be helpful. 1. Know your enemy. Speaking of Satan, Paul said, “We are not ignorant of his designs.” We should be well acquainted with the character and strategy of the Evil One, neither dwelling on it too much nor ignoring his active and destructive work: “Watch and pray that you may not enter into temptation,” said Jesus to his sleepy disciples; and in the Lord’s Prayer we say, “Deliver us from evil” or from the Evil One. 2. Keep yourself in the love of God. Jude, writing about worldly people devoid of the Spirit who in the last days would scoff and divide the church, went on to assure his readers that God “is able to keep you from falling”; on their part they were to bui ...
smiling morning to u to u toto kindle a light in the darkness of mere being, - Carl Jung
Learn your theories as well as you can, but put them aside when you touch the miracle of the living soul. Carl Jung
"Trust that which gives you meaning and accept it as your guide." - Carl Jung When Spirit Speaks:  Download...
"Man is never helped in his suffering by what he thinks...only by revelation of a wisdom greater than his own." - Carl Jung
“There can be no transforming of darkness into light and of apathy into movement without emotion.” Carl Jung
No disrespect to Carl Jung but while you might not be what happened to you, your children, grandchildren, even g grandchildren may be. Studies have shown that the traumas, the joys, the victories, the diet, the stresses of your life alter the epigenetic expression of genes in the brain and these changes could be passed down to your descendants. So you get to thank your resilience or your anxiety attacks on what happened to your great, great grandpa.
"There is only one certainty -- nothing can put out the light within" Carl Jung
I love how the has deluded itself into thinking they need a more cse who I become” ~Carl Jung
I simply believe that some part of the human Self or Soul is not subject to the laws of space and time. Carl Jung
. Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism. Carl Jung
Whatever inner situations we fail to face will appear outside of us as fate. -Carl Jung
the meeting 2 personalities is like the contact of 2 chemical substances, if there's any reaction, both are tronsformed- Carl Jung
"It is on the whole probably that we continually dream, but that consciousness makes such a noise that we do not hear it." - …
I have a book about Carl Jung, called "The portable Jung" from a book series called "The viking portable library". Hey good thing it's portable, unlike many other books. It just sits on a shelf in my house but good to know that it's portable in case I want to go somewhere with it.
Mmm, Acc. 2 Carl Jung,archetypal patterns of energy t... — If there are patterns to the dream scars, I admit tha...
TULUM SHAMANS Our TULUM AYAHUASCA & TEMASCAL "SHAMANS" range from 540+ to 440 all the way down to 175. (Not everything that "shines" is gold.) 175-199 - The Level of Pride. The human ego calibrates at 155. (The Higher Self & Kundalini energy slowly start to activate around 275...) It is not a recommend to attend an Aya or Temascal ceremony with a Healer or Shaman that calibrates below 200. In fact, 460+ would be a desirable minimum LOC for a Shaman Healer Facilitator. Examples: The British Empire was at 175 at the time of Gandhi’s Non Violent Resistance. (Gandhi was at 760). Saudi Arabia & North Korea: 175 . Palestine. Jordan. Cuba. Gambling. Poker. Body Piercing. Boxing: 180 Mao: 185. Tarot readings. Chinese Government (China 385). Israel. South Africa. V Putin. Wolves. Rhonda Byrne – producer of the movie The Secret. Drunvalo Melchizedek. Vladimir Putin. 190. Fahrenheit 9/11 by M.Moore. Deepak Chopra. Scientology: 195 All actions below 200 have been historically known to people as ’sin” - “ ...
" People will do anything, no matter how absurd, to avoid facing their own soul." --Carl Jung Thanks Tom Finnigan
Puns of the day A language professor was lecturing to his class one day. "In English," he said, "a double negative forms a positive. In some languages though, such as Russian, a double negative is still a negative. However, there is no language where a double positive can form a negative." A voice from the back of the room piped up "Yeah, right." Ford announced today a new car built specifically for Southern California freeways. It’s called a stationary wagon. (Stan Kegel) Weather forecasters' thinking is sometimes clouded. To become one, you need a lot of degrees. Forecasters who aren't paid enough may start a storm of protest after some brain storming. Arguments about the weather usually blow over. Today freezing rain was predicted, and sure enough it was an ice day. (Mike Bull) A guy bought a skipping rope because his doctor prescribed pills for two days running and then skip a day. Sam and Max were psychologists, and the best of friends. Sam's practice was based upon the theories of Sigmund Freud, b ...
So I've been having these dreams were I'm pulling out my own teeth. So, I googled what this dream might mean: Self discovery- According to psychologist and dream analyst Carl Jung, if you dream about having a tooth or teeth pulled out and you are a woman, the dream symbolizes giving birth, either literally or symbolically such as giving birth to a new self or a project. Your dream about pulling out teeth indicates that you are becoming more aware of your emotions. As such, it a sign that you are growing into self discovery, even if may at times feel painful.
“INTROVERTS are drawn to the INNER world of THOUGHT and FEELING, EXTROVERTS to the EXTERNAL life of people and activities.” -Carl Jung “INTROVERTS like to be ALONE…Studies suggest that many of the most CREATIVE people are INTROVERTS, and this is partly because of their capacity for QUIET. INTROVERTS are CAREFUL, REFLECTIVE THINKERS who can TOLERATE the SOLITUDE that IDEA-generation requires.” -Susan Cain
Every act of genius, Carl Jung said, is an act contra naturam: against nature.
One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child. ~ Carl Jung
My dreams for the last two nights have included: Someone dear to me being hit by an ambulance and nearly killed, a violent war across the whole British islands, an old angry man coming back from the dead and punching a man to death, Rupert Murdoch building a network of tunnels across the UK that were REALLY inefficiently designed and overpriced, getting into an argument with Dostoevsky about homosexuality, a plane crash, me bodyswapping with a girl I know, a family argument and a heartbreak. Get on the end of that, Carl Jung.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12: REAL GIRLS: Lena Dunham Got It Wrong (A Night Of Storytelling) I'll be talking about what it's like when you moved to the city to learn about "life" before going to grad school, you're coat checking at a Museum of Buddhist and Hindu Art and Carl Jung's Red Book (the original!!) is downstairs, but instead of reaching transcendence you have to deal with the coats of the multitude while just attempting to read one sentence of Collected Existentialist Writings. Yeah, I was a pretty terrible coat checker. 9:30 PM! Yay!
Savoring new issue of Lapham's Quarterly. Where else can you read Annie Dilliard, Carl Jung, Sylvia Plath, Philip Roth, Bess Lovejoy, and many others all under one cover? Love it
[Carl Jung on “Karmic Illusion.”] [Note: Those familiar with “The Red Book” may wish to consider the implications of the statement below which states “The Chonyid state is equivalent to a deliberately induced psychosis” with particular emphasis on the words “deliberately induced psychosis.”] So far as I know, there is no inheritance of individual prenatal, or pre-uterine, memories, but there are undoubtedly inherited archetypes which are, however, devoid of content, because, to begin with, they contain no personal experiences. They only emerge into consciousness when personal experiences have rendered them visible. As we have seen, Sidpa psychology consists in wanting to live and to be born. (The Sidpa Bardo is the "Bardo of Seeking Rebirth.") Such a state, therefore, precludes any experience of transubjective psychic realities, unless the individual refuses categorically to be born back again into the world of consciousness. According to the teachings of the Bardo Thodol, it is still poss ...
Between Pink Floyd, Carl Sagan, David Icke, Rumi, Oscar Wilde, Carl Jung, and more, it hurts my ego to know I've never come up with an original observation on life... None of us have had an original thought...Or have we... I've been telling myself "you have to be the change you want to see in the world" I think it's a matter of surrounding yourself with people that are reinforcing a vision that fits your goal I choose to look at things this way cause the only alternative is despair. And that isn't gonna get me anywhere It's irritating to hear someone toss advice around, just sharing my perspective. I wonder myself where these feelings come from. For me it's a feeling of approval. I need validation for whatever reason. Getting to the core of why we seek approval from certain people, or even the world at large is a good way to get back on track...the system creates a false sense of scarcity of food, money, shelter, etc. which forces the survival mentality to kick in. Sure. It's most certainly deeper than th ...
I wish I could to talk to Eyedea, Terence McKenna, Timothy Leary, William James, Carl Jung, Alan Watts, G.I Gurdijieff, and so many more RIP
Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow. Carl Jung called this his shadow work. He said we never see others. Instead we see only aspects of ourselves that fall over them. Shadows. Projections. Our associations. The same way old painters would sit in a tiny dark room and trace the image of what stood outside a tiny window, in the bright sunlight. The camera obscura. Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down.” ― Chuck Palahniuk
"Only paradox comes anywhere near to comprehending the fullness of life." — Carl Jung
Problems and pain Life is difficult. This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths. It is a great truth because once we truly see this truth, we transcend it. Once we truly know that life is difficult - once we truly understand and accept it - then life is no longer difficult. Because once it is accepted, the fact that life is difficult no longer matters. Life is a series of problems. Do we want to moan about them or solve them? What makes life difficult is that the process of confronting and solving problems is a painful one. Problems, depending upon their nature, evoke in us frustration or grief or sadness or loneliness or guilt or regret or anger or fear or anxiety or anguish or despair. These are uncomfortable feelings, often very uncomfortable, often as painful as any kind of physical pain, sometimes equaling the very worst kind of physical pain. Indeed, it is because of the pain that events or conflicts engender in us that we call them problems. And since life poses an endless series of problems ...
Bigotry is a sign of suppressed doubts. If a person really believes he is right, he is calm and can discuss the opposite point of view without a hint of resentment. Carl Jung.
Chances are, your personality is similar to one of the sixteen types defined by Carl Jung and Isabel
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My (almost) two weeks in Israel have certainly been interesting. This last week in the mystical city of Safed has been healing, inspiring, and transforming. I have learned more about Judaism in one week of class than I have in my entire life. I am definitely not drinking the cool aid yet, but I now see the depths of wisdom in ancient Jewish teachings (Kabbalah in particular). The Torah and other sacred texts have many shades of meaning and interpretations. I will likely never take things literally, but it is nice to know that I don't have to in order to connect and find meaning in my Judaism!! Really, they are not much different than what I have learned class with Jon Berry... just a different language. Instead of Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and James Hillman, it is the Zohar and Tanya.
Navajo native american elder to Carl Jung: we love your theories Mr Jung. they are very good. ... (1 of 2)
Late Bloomers, Early Bloomers and Are you Ever Going to Bloom Bloomers? Were you in the ‘popular’ crowd when you were in elementary, middle, or high school or did you always feel that you were on the outside looking in? OR perhaps you didn’t even want to look in as it was too painful – you wanted to just run away. All the time. Were you too short, too tall, too fat, too thin, wear thick glasses or not have enough money for nice clothes? Or were you the one who others revered because you had that charisma that simply can’t be taught. You were just born with it. You might not have been the best looking in the bunch, but you were confident, not cocky, and things fell into place for you. WARNING: This is a self-disclosure post … It’s dangerous when I have too much time to think. This morning I took a 2.5 mile run with Shadow. The weather was glorious and it was warm enough to bring on a sweat which doesn’t happen often when I’m not in Florida. I love sweating as I feel the cleansing ...
The tradition of the Olympic games carries with it a deeply symbolic ritual, that of the Olympic torch. The Olympic torch is never allowed to be extinguished. Myth has it that Prometheus stole the Olympic flame from the gods. Extinction of the flame was considered a great tragedy for it was not in the power of humans to rekindle it. According to Carl Jung, myths arise from the archetypes of the collective unconscious and signify truths meaningful in the alpha, theta and delta brain states. In these lower frequency brain states, rational language gives way to a symbolic, intuitive, mythical one that is, nevertheless, completely meaningful to the human psyche. Each brain state has also a kind of lock-in mechanism so that when one is in a particular state, that state seems to be the only real one and others as derivative of that. In the beta state that is the normal conscious state, for instance, the dream state appears unreal. However, when one has moved to the alpha state whether by a creative immersion or ...
Man's task is to become conscious of the contents that press upward from the unconscious. - Carl Jung
Some J names are pronounced with Y (ex. Carl Jung) so maybe they were overcompensating.
"When, within our souls and psyches we are made aware of a safe and insistant drum beat, repeated like butterfly wings in motion, we sense the message: that our inner self has begun its SEARCH FOR FREEDOM" - Carl Jung-
Every death of the ego is a victory for the soul. Sherold Barr paraphrases a Carl Jung quote.
“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to *** ” -Carl Jung
*The man who promises everything is sure to fulfill nothing, and everyone who promises too much is in danger of using evil means in order to carry out his promises, and is already on the road to perdition. ~Carl Jung
Where love rules, there is no will to power. And where power predominates, there love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other. -Carl Jung Good morning friends.
Carl Jung: "How can anyone see straight who does not even see himself?" Carl Gustav Jung First: ~Know Thyself~
Today I spent all day working, and some of it writing about the depression, social environment and psychological conditioning. This is kind of interesting. But I also have an awesome article on the synchronicity theory, channeling and Carl Jung coming up. Most people do not believe that channeling is possible, but it does not prevent many psychologists from conducting advanced and extensive psychological research in this area.
And suddenly you are sitting next to Carl Jung .
"It is difficult to remain true to love since love stands above all sins." ~ Carl Jung
"Sri Ramana is a true son of the Indian earth. He is genuine and, in addition to that, something quite phenomenal. In India he is the whitest spot in a white space. What we find in the life and teachings of Sri Ramana is the purest of India; with its breath of world-liberated and liberating humanity, it is a chant of millenniums." Carl Jung in his foreward, 'Sri Ramana and his message to modern man', as published in the book, The Spiritual Teaching of Ramana Maharshi
Major Arcana Tarot Card Meanings The Major Arcana Tarot cards (also known as the trump cards) form the foundation of the Tarot deck and consists of twenty-one numbered cards and one unnumbered card (the Fool).They represent a path to spiritual self-awareness and depict the various stages we encounter as we search for greater meaning and understanding. In this way, they hold deeply meaningful lessons. The Major Arcana Tarot card meanings illustrate the structure of human consciousness and, as such, hold the keys to life lessons passed down through the ages. The imagery of the Major Arcana Tarot cards is filled with wisdom from multiple cultures and esoteric traditions, including the Egyptian, Buddhist, Hindu, Sufi, Hebrew and Christian religions. Twenty-two Major Arcana cards are like the mandalas of the Tarot. Mandalas are detailed images painted onto canvas and used as spiritual study and meditation aids by the Tibetans. Therefore it is important to study the images of the Major Arcana cards and contempl ...
The ease with which the classic spirit springs again into life can be observed in the Renaissance. The readiness with which the vastly older primitive spirit reappears can be seen in our own time, even better perhaps than in any other historically known epoch. ~Carl Jung;
is based on Carl Jung�s and Isabel Briggs Myers� typological approach to personality * .
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Understanding does not cure evil, but it is a definite help, inasmuch as one can cope with a comprehensible darkness. ~Carl Jung
Stop Being A Camel..! . Many of us spend a lot of time scrutinizing other people, searching hard to discover faults in them. It’s like a woman who spent a whole evening with a very handsome man, who had taken her out for dinner, “How was he?” asked a friend. . “He’s got a small scar behind his right ear,” she said, “I saw it when he bent to pick up a spoon!” . Can you imagine that’s all she saw! . I wonder what flaws the man saw in her, that she didn’t know she had, because she was so busy searching for his fault. . They say, the camel never sees its own hump, but that of the camel in front of it, that is always before its eyes. . I probably don’t see my own faults very clearly. Or, as writer once said, “Whenever I dwell for any length of time on my own shortcomings, they gradually begin to seem mild, harmless, rather engaging little things, not at all like the staring defects in other people’s characters.” . There’s this story of an elderly couple who, while on an automobile ...
"Without this playing with fantasy no creative work has ever yet come to birth. The debt we owe to the play of the imagination is incalculable." - Carl Jung
If anyone is interested in learning the tarot or repeating to review, I may be starting a beginners Major Arcana class pretty soon. Let me know if you are interested. I teach Tarot according to Carl Jung who was a student of the Tarot. The Tarot can be used as a tool for transforming your personality and psychological healing.
HERE ARE SOME QUOTES TO GET YOU OVER THE "HUMP" “He who looks outside, dreams. He who looks inside, awakens.” – Carl Jung "To have the sense of one's own intrinsic worth, which constitutes self-respect, is potentially to have everything: the ability to discriminate, to love and to remain indifferent. To lack it is to be locked within oneself, paradoxically incapable of either love or indifference." - Joan Didion
Truthful Tuesday: I have a tattoo on my lower back of Bea Arthur in a wedding dress riding a Carl Jung centaur
Psychologist and Psychiatrist were all trained and indoctrinated with Freudian Theories and analytical techniques, People fail to Realize that Sigmund Freud was a Heroin / Cocaine addict, the reason he sat behind his patient was due to paranoia, also Sigmund had an oedipus complex ( meaning he Loved his mother so much he desired to have sex with her ) also Sigmund was an Adulterer, Cheated on his wife with his sister-in Law ( evidence provided by Carl Jung ) who studied under Freud. In a Letter to a Minister Friend of Freud, Sigmund State that "in my opinion all People are Trash " that's why Sigmund Freud took his Persian Carpet off the Floor and draped it over his couch that his patients laid on during sessions.. Dog's lay on carpets at his feet, symbolically he lowered his clients to the level of Dogs... but most important and this is Taught in all courses of Psychology... Sigmund Freud was an Atheist, refused to believe in any God other Than Himself and 85% of all Psychologist / Psychiatrist today also ...
"Everything that irritates us about others can lead to an understanding about ourselves" Carl Jung
“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” ~ Carl Jung
oh, so that's Carl Jung, thank you for sharing this, much love. Xoxo
“World Within. Beautiful video on our unconscious world
Method Man as Carl Jung, Redman as Sigmund Freud and Wendy Williams as Sabina Spielrein for good measure in A Dangerous Method Man
"will you shut up about Carl Jung?" Would you rather I didn't bring him up?
"Therefore, I behold death, since it teaches me how to live." Carl Jung
"is one of the intuitive methods..It is based upon the principle, i.e. meaningful coincidenc…
"One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.". ~ Carl Jung
"The shoe that fits one person pinches another, there is no recipe for living that suits all cases" Carl Jung
“Man cannot stand a meaningless life.” Iconic psychiatrist Carl Jung on human nature in rare BBC interview
Sigmund to Carl "Whatever you do, give up any idea of trying to cure them."
“We cannot change anything until we accept it, Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses,” Carl Jung,
"All works of man have their origin in creative fantasy. What right have we then to depreciate imagination?" - Carl Ju…
A.M. warm up piece inspired from a Carl Jung quote ///
Resistance to the organized mass can be effected only by the man who is as well organized in his individuality as the mass itself-Carl Jung
"The psychotherapist . . . must understand not only the patient; it is equally important that he should understand himself." …
Read that as Carl Jung and was very intrigued...
It all depends on how we look at things, and not how they are in themselves. ⁰. -Carl Jung
Carl Jung on Accepting the Darkness of Self and Others
When Carl Jung was asked if he believed in God, he replied: "I know. I don't need to believe, I know."
Iconic psychiatrist Carl Jung on personality and human nature in rare BBC interview
For more exploration Book :. Basic Jung: Great book on Anima projection:
Carl Jung lit his farts on camping trips, danced with tribal people in Africa, built a stone tower with his own hands...
I'm reading an article on Carl Jung and it starts off like this.
"Scholarliness alone is not enough; there is a knowledge of the heart that gives deeper insight." Carl Jung, Red Book Reade…
Carl Jung in 1959 BBC video on love, collective unconsciousness, Freud, WWII and his prediction of WWIII. htt…
Carl Jung was born on this day in 1875 and Stanley Kubrick in 1928. Interesting little fact...
All The Jung Dudes: Shoutout to Carl Jung on the anniversary of his birth.
'Man cannot stand a meaningless life.' (Carl Jung)
7/26 Historic Birthday: Carl Jung's concept of Synchronicity is integrated with QM into our Quantum Chronograph. Science!
: Man cannot stand a meaningless life.
"[Man] is the great danger, and we are pitifully unaware of it. We know nothing of man — far too little."
Carl Jung's birthday today. If you need me, I'll be in the woods contemplating the complexities of my animus.
Happy Birthday Carl Jung - Check out the Online Exhibit at the Library of Congress
Today's Goodreads quote is from Carl Jung, and I think I see a story in it:
Carl Jung and I . Recorded a duet of. "Me and My Shadow"
better to page Dr. Carl Jung- expert and myth, legends and storytelling in psychoanalysis
Both Carl Jung and Stanley Kubrick were born on this day. I feel like I should do something special.
The Book of Symbols – how Carl Jung, born on this day in 1875, catalogued the unconscious
Hrm, not sure, I've just gotten back to see it in person. Aleister Crowley, Carl Jung, Rudolf Steiner (althought all men).
"If you have nothing at all to create, then perhaps you create yourself." Carl Jung
We deem those happy, who from the experience of life have learnt to bear its ills without being overcome by them. ~ Carl …
"Who has fully realized that history is not contained in thick books but lives in our very blood?" -Carl Jung
"Every man has 3 characters: that which he shows, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has - Carl Jung
Carl Jung was a naughty man, wasn't he.
You know what, you should read Carl Jung's Memories, Dreams and Reflections. I think you'll get a lot out of it!
Anyone else see that Carl Jung action figure?.
Carl Jung, part 2: A troubled relationship with Freud – and the Nazis | Mark Vernon ~ ~via
The anima & animus, in Carl Jung's school of analytical psychology, are the two primary anthropomorphic archetypes of the unconscious mind.
"Nothing is more repulsive than a furtively prurient spirituality; it is just as unsavory as gross sensuality." ~Carl Jung
Am I the only person who thought, on some level, that Carl Sagan and Carl Jung were the same person?
Everything that irritated us about others can lead to an understand about ourselves - Carl Jung
"The dream is the small hidden door in the deepest & most intimate sanctum of the soul, which opens to that primeval cosmic…
... Movie is called A Dangerous Method. Its main characters are Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung - famous psychologists...
Just did my first Carl Jung personality test. ENFJ. Own it.
Spirit Thoughts Vocatus atque non vocatus Deus aderit (bidden or unbidden, God is present) Erasmus, a favorite saying of Carl Jung, carved on his tombstone Advice to a truth-seeker: “Rather than continue to seek the truth, simply let go of all of your views.” The Buddha 563-483 B.C.E. Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God and knoweth God … Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us.” 1 John 4:7, 11-12 All who have attained any real religious experience never wrangle over the form in which the different religions are expressed. They know that the soul of all religions is the same and so they have no quarrel with anybody just because he/she does not speak in the same tongue. Swami Vivekananda 1863-1902 India Forgiveness is the final form of love. Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) Religion is a guy in church thinking about fishing. Spirituality is a guy out fishing ...
Here is a commentary on the thoughts behind the aesthetics of my solo project "Nocturnes & Dreamscapes" and the track list from the "Penance" short online EP. Nocturnes & Dreamscapes (band name) - Was named after a television serious by horror author Steven King called "Nightmares & Dreamscapes." The name appealed to me because of my extreme infatuation with dreaming and day dreaming states. I always found the writings of psychologist Carl Jung and philosopher Rene Descartes' "Dualism" and "Brain In A Vat" theories to be incredibly enabling of the imagination. Surrealism has always been my favorite art genre. The philosophy and techniques behind it seams to fit far better than the dadaist tendencies that are prevalent in most of the circles I travel in. Being a classical guitarist, I've come across pieces with "Nocturne" in the name a few times. This simply means a musical piece evocative of night. Frederic Chopin's "Nocturne Op 9 No. 2" is particularly beautiful in my opinion. Night time always seams to ...
Is the world full of coincidences or are such events governed by Synchronicity, as theorised by the German philosopher Carl Jung,to be pre-ordained and have a deeper meaning? So sit you down my children and a tale to you I'll tell. Yesterday I went Ancestor hunting in the cemetry of a small village called Stoke sub Hamdon ,near Yeovil.I arrived at the cemetry and the only other people there were a couple in theit late 70's putting some flowers on a grave with a headstone.As I passed them and said Good Morning I notice that the headstone was for a person call Eliel Warry,who I knew was the brother of my paternal grandmother -I casually asked him if he was any relation to Eliel to which I received the reply "he was my father" and therefore my cousin!-of all the times that I could choose to go ancestor hunting and he to tend his father's grave it just happened that 2 cousins who didn't know each other chose to be in the same place at the same time. Coincidence or Synchronicity? you choose - all I know is I h ...
I wish someone can explain this to me. I'll post it here publicly and also to refer back to it: According to Wikipedia, Arthur Schopenhauer believed in transcendental Ideality which led him to Atheism. But at the time almost all Idealists were Theists... Wikipedia also says that he believed that Monarchy was natural to man and republicanism was unnatural. But he was also against democrats and would rather be led by a Monarch than a fellow pack of "rats". But he was also an advocate of Limited Government and Anti-slavery. He believed in the total depravity of individuals and the solution to the desires of the will was asceticism. Apparently he believed that humans as a whole were bent on their own self-destruction and needed one individual, highly educated and of a superior race to lead the masses. (I can see why Hitler was a big fan of this guy.) He influenced the minds of Friedrich Nietzsche, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Leo Tolstoy. But he criticized Immanuel Kant and Georg W F Hegel. B ...
Soultenders originated out of a Depth Psychological perspective utilizing much of the work of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and James Hillman yet we realize the importance of offering the community a multitude of different types of counseling options as well as theoretical orientations.
So, six books checked out from the library. Had to get one of my favourites again. It is called, "Deciphering the Cosmic Number." It is about the friendship of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung. Mr. Pauli was a quantum physicist. This book is mind-blowing to say the least! I do believe I will find some inspiration in these books though. Sammy
"Enchantment is the oldest form of medicine" Carl Jung
Frustration Frustration is an emotion that pops up when we don’t get what we want. We tend to feel frustrated when we can’t control what’s happening around us. You have to make some changes and feel forced into doing a few things that you hadn’t anticipated. Before you know it, those feelings of frustration are starting to bubble up and you’re muttering things like: “I don’t want to be doing this.” Stop fighting life All of these thoughts are essentially you trying to fight what is happening in that present moment. This is pure resistance in action – and it’s this resistance that creates frustration. Why do we fight life, instead of just allowing it to flow? And even more poignant – can we ever win a battle against life? In my opinion – the answer is no. In which case, if it’s pointless trying to fight life, we may as-well accept it right? Go with the flow? Persistent resistance Carl Jung has a really great saying: “What you resist persists.” It’s so true. Have you noticed ...
When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth? - Carl Jung
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