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Essays which state the fundamentals of Jung's psychological system. This is my first deep dive into Jung I m familiar with some interpretations from Joseph Campbell and Jordan Peterson and a primer here and there but this is my first venture from the man himself Wow Every paragraph has the potential to explode in revelation The depth and insight from Jung is like few others in history Simply astoundingHe goes into primarily the Mother Father and Child archetypes with plenty to say on the AnimaAnimus Trickster and Shadow archetypes and how each archetype has a animaanimus or yinyang aspect of it s own There is the wise old man mentor and there is the grumpy old man jerk all contained in the Old Man archetype The Anima could be the perfect girl of your dreams or the nagging old harpy The evidence for their existence is all around if you just know where and how to look After reading this I saw The Dark Tower movie written by Stephen King and discovered archetypes and archetypal images everywhere Jung even surprises by demonstrating how the parable of the unjust steward is a call from Jesus for us to confront meet and integrate our own shadow It is about God saying it s okay to be dishonest with Him if you re aim is to reconcile with those around you This I did not expect and yet it is truly compelling Makes me want to read Part II Aion That s nextTruly one of those books that can change your life You will begin to see things differently after reading this magnificent masterpiece

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The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol.9 Part 1) (Collected Works of C.G. Jung (48))

On the Psychology of the Unconscious and The Relations Between the. I chose 4 stars because I could use a bit translation of the French and Latin that appear in the book Context clues reveal some extra layers but in the end it s a good readI spent a great deal of time recording my dreams and fantasies just for fun and the first thing I ever painted as an adult was a Mandalay without realising it If you are like me this book will blow you awayIt s not an easy read but it does flow Can t wait to start Aion

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Ego and the Unconscious with their original versions in an appendix. The lazy imbeciles who created the Kindle edition neglected to include the majority of mandala pictures which are central to several chapters of the book Why do Kindle users have to put up with this sort of thing


13 thoughts on “The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol.9 Part 1) (Collected Works of C.G. Jung (48))

  1. says:

    This is my first deep dive into Jung I'm familiar with some interpretations from Joseph Campbell and Jordan Peterson and a primer here and there but this is my first venture from the man himself Wow! Every paragr

  2. says:

    One of the best reads of my life Jung is every bit the legend that he is purported to be Downside: Lost my ability to engage in basic human interactions like buying groceries without pausing to dredge up sustenance for my foul soul replacement by staring insanely into cashier's eyes.

  3. says:

    I am reading dr Jordan Peterson who quotes jung I wanted a better understanding of jung’s writings.The book is exactly what I needed.

  4. says:

    With open minded vigor Jung explores the three primary archetypes of the collective unconscious: the Mother, the Father and the Child He highli

  5. says:

    An eye opening book Not for the weak minded On the bottom of page 103 last sentence, and top of page 104 first sentence, he offers a warning not to identify with the archetypes (a warning given well into the book and should have bee

  6. says:

    I chose 4 stars because I could use a bit translation of the French and Latin that appear in the book Context clues reveal some extra

  7. says:

    The knowledge is golden but the reason for taking a star off was the print in the book is either faded or messed

  8. says:

    Came in a week later than it should.But nonetheless I wouldn’t recommend this book for anyone who isn’t familiar with psychological and phi

  9. says:

    The lazy imbeciles who created the Kindle edition neglected to include the majority of mandala pictures, which are central to several chapters of the book Why do Kindle users have to put up with this sort of thing?

  10. says:

    As with all books of Jung, it requires deep reading and takes a lot of understanding Not the sort of book you can read or understand in one night.

  11. says:

    Seems interesting, I haven't gotten into it enough though, but was able to use it for a 4th year university ass

  12. says:

    Brilliant Overwhelming It is sort of a research paper Take your time with it.

  13. says:

    Greatest thinker of the modern world