By C. G. Jung
Essays which kingdom the basics of Jung's mental process: "On the Psychology of the Unconscious" and "The relatives among the Ego and the Unconscious," with their unique models in an appendix.
Read or Download Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 9; Part 1) PDF
Similar psychoanalysis books
This memoir is a narrative of loss and achieve, of alienation and reconciliation, and of the way such reviews move into the making of a psychoanalyst. In sharing his personal very bothered kinfolk historical past, his decade as a Carmelite monk, his marriage and profession as a psychoanalyst, Gargiulo indicates how the varied items of one's lifestyles can healthy jointly into whatever that's significant and genuine.
This ebook originates from a chain of medical supervisions that have been held on the Sao Paulo Institute of Psychoanalysis by means of Antonino Ferro. "Supervision in Psychoanalysis: The Sao Paulo Seminars "reproduces the dialogues within the seminars that those supervisions of their entirety.
The transcripts of 8 supervised scientific periods besides the author's reviews permits the reader to:
see the several forms of the providing analysts first hand
understand the review of Bion's pondering as constructed via the author
With exact publicity of scientific classes, their supervision and rationalization of the theoretical version of the manager, this e-book could be of curiosity to psychologists, psychotherapists and psychoanalysts
Stories in modern Phenomenology. 2010.
From again conceal: within the advanced cloth of feeling woven among therapist and analysand lie the threads that result in self-understanding. this beneficial learn, solidly in keeping with the author's scientific and private adventure, strains those threads to their archetypal and private resources and explores their many manifestations in either the analytic environment and lifestyle.
- The Ethics of Psychoanalysis 1959-1960
- Horror Film and Psychoanalysis: Freud's Worst Nightmare (Cambridge Studies in Film)
- The Aesthetic Dimension of the Mind: Variations on a Theme of Bion
- Psychoanalytic Filiations: Mapping the Psychoanalytic Movement
- A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis (Sigmund Freud Collection)
- Lacan: The Unconscious Reinvented
Additional info for Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 9; Part 1)
Anima means soul and should designate something very wonder ful and immortal. Yet this was not always so. We should not forget that this kind of soul is a dogmatic conception whose pur pose it is to pin down and capture something uncannily alive and active. The German word Seele is closely related, via the Gothic form saiwalo, to the Greek word αίόλος, which means 'quick-moving,' 'changeful of hue,' 'twinkling,' something like a butterfly— ψνχή in Greek—which reels drunkenly from flower to flower and lives on honey and love.
Although she may be the chaotic urge to life, something strangely meaningful clings to her, a secret knowledge or hidden wisdom, which contrasts most curiously with her irrational elfin nature. Here I would like to refer again to the authors already cited. Rider Haggard calls She "Wisdom's Daughter"; Benoit's Queen of Atlantis has an excellent library that even contains a lost book of Plato. Helen of Troy 5 in her reincarnation, is ARCHETYPES OF THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS rescued from a Tyrian brothel by the wise Simon Magus and accompanies him on his travels.
To this problem there is also an eternal answer, otherwise it would have been all up with humanity long ago. When you have done everything that could possibly be done, the only thing that remains is what you could still do if only you knew it. But how much do we know of ourselves? Precious little, to judge by experience. Hence there is still a great deal of room left for the unconscious. Prayer, as we know, calls for a very similar attitude and therefore has much the same effect. The necessary and needful reaction from the collective un conscious expresses itself in archetypally formed ideas.
Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 9; Part 1) by C. G. Jung