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Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 28m ago

Wolfgang Pauli's critique of Dr. Jung's "Synchronicity."

Dear Professor Jung, [Zollikon Zurich) 24 November 1950 It was with great interest that I read the latest version of your work on "synchronicity." We had basically agr...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 23h ago

Carl Jung: The toad that appears in your book generally signifies...

To Wilhelm Laiblin Dear Herr Laiblin, 16 April 1936 The toad that appears in your book generally signifies an anticipation of the h...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 22h ago

Carl Jung on “Soul” in The Red Book – Anthology

The meaning of events is the way of salvation that you create. The meaning of events comes from the possibility of life in this world that you create. It is the mastery of this world and the...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 21h ago

Carl Jung on “Language” – Anthology

The spirit of the depths even taught me to consider my action and my decision as dependent on dreams. Dreams pave the way for life, and they determine you without you understanding their lan...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 21h ago

Carl Jung on “Therapist” “Therapy” – Anthology

Wisdom never forgets that all things have two sides, and it would also know how to avoid such calamities if ever it had any power. ~Carl Jung, Mysterium Conjunctionis, Para 135 As therapist...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 1d ago

Carl Jung on “Pleroma” – Anthology

First: these qualities are differentiated and separate in us; therefore they do not cancel each other out, but are effective. Thus we are the victims of the pairs of opposites. The Pleroma i...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 1d ago

Carl Jung on “Doubt” – Anthology

Doubt and insecurity are indispensable components of a complete life. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 163-174 Doubt is the crown of life because truth and error come together. Doubt is l...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 1d ago

Carl Jung on "Patient" “Patients” – Anthology

As therapists we are subject to the unavoidable destinies of our patients. ~Carl Jung; Conversations with C.G. Jung, Psychotherapy, Page 113. [One of my patients] dreamed that she was comma...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 2d ago

Carl Jung: I have failed in my foremost task, to open people’s eyes to the fact, that man has a soul ...

Carl Jung: I have failed in my foremost task, to open people’s eyes to the fact, that man has a soul ... [In context: “I have failed in my foremost task, to open people’s eyes to the fact, ...
Carl Jung Depth Psychology · 2d ago

Carl Jung on “Intuitives” – Anthology

Intuitives don't have substance; they have inventiveness, imagination. They don't complete anything. It is necessary for them to acquire this faculty. ~C. G. Jung, Emma Jung and Toni Wolff -...