Peace for the Soul

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Carl Gustav Jung

The first words of Jung's Red Book are "The way of what is to come."

"The dream is a little hidden door in the innermost and most secret recesses of the Soul."

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"There is only one way and that is your way; there is only one salvation and

that is your salvation......What is to come will be created in you and from you.

Hence look into yourself.  Do not compare, do not measure.  No other way is

like yours.  All other ways deceive and tempt you.  You must fulfill the way

that is in you."  [The Red Book, p. 130]


Image [p. 129 The Red Book]


Copy of Jung photo  8-11-04  Lake Zurich, Switzerland.


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C.G. Jung (Man and His Symbols)

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Sigmund Freud Quotes that tell a lot about ourselves

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Excerpt from the book 'Selected Letters of C.G. Jung'

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C. G. Jung - Memories, Dreams, Reflections

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Reflections on This Journey We Call Life

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C.G. Jung letter to Victor White

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The Awful Rowing Toward God

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About the Nature of “Spirit”

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Comment by Eva Libre on August 14, 2023 at 12:13pm

"Couples Therapy" ,  by Grace Weston

Comment by Luna Arjuna on August 5, 2023 at 1:25pm

Freud Museum London

From 1895, Freud travelled to Italy nearly every summer in the company of his younger brother Alexander. In 1904, they travelled to Athens for the first and only time. Our exhibition, Tracing Freud on the Acropolis, explores Freud’s journey to Greece.

Comment by Luna Arjuna on June 17, 2023 at 5:51pm

In 1936 Freud was invited to write something for French author Romain Rolland’s 70th birthday by their mutual acquaintance, Victor Wittkowski. He initially refused - but eight days later composed an open letter titled 'A Disturbance of Memory on the Acropolis'. The essay reflected on a strange incident of disbelief and astonishment he had experienced during his only visit to Greece more than thirty years before. Our new exhibition, 'Tracing Freud on the Acropolis', opening in July, brings together objects, archives and anecdotes exploring Freud's journey to Greece and his encounter with the Acropolis.

Comment by Eva Libre on May 18, 2023 at 4:49pm

Recognizing the work of Dr. Otto Kernberg M.D. - 'The text presents expositions and critiques of the theories of Melanie Klein, W.R.D. Fairbairn and Edith Jacobson, and correlates the authors own work with that of Margaret Mahler. The theory of object relations can be applied to both psychoanalytic technique and psychoanalytic psychotherapy - and to narcissism, both normal and pathological, in middle age. An entire section of this book is devoted to group phenomena, expanding on the classical psychoanalytic theory of group psychology and demonstrating the effects of regressive processes to be found in various kinds of groups. Essentially the work places special emphasis on the temptations and dangers to individual members of groups and to their leaders, temptations and dangers resulting from the activation of regressive processes. The final section of the book brings together concepts of object relations and group processes to examine the complicated interactions within a couple and between couples and groups. In this context, the author offers an original psychoanalytic formulation of love and its psychopathology.'

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Bio -

Otto Friedmann Kernberg is an Austrian-born American psychoanalyst and professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine. He is most widely known for his psychoanalytic theories on borderline personality organization and narcissistic pathology. Wikipedia

Born: 1928 (age 94 years

Comment by Christopher Golightly on February 14, 2023 at 10:30am

Precisely as described by Jung's famlous dream/vision asa boy when he descended into the cave and saw the phallus with the single eye stood upon a throne. A life changing event perhaps; almst as much as the dream he had where the large "turd" dropped upon the roof of the cathedral.

Comment by Luna Arjuna on February 13, 2023 at 2:26pm

For this photo (taken from an installation by artist Cees Krijnen) a well-known Spanish magazine was suggested to be given a title by its commenters, and I can say that almost all the comments were quite funny. Observing the artist's excellent concept, I noticed that the woman who jumps the phallus-es is deliberately colored by the artist in the same color as them. And it reminded me of something from Lacan's Ecrits: Men are positioned as men insofar as they are seen to HAVE the phallus. Women, not having the phallus, are seen to "BE" the phallus. The symbolic phallus is the concept of being the ultimate man, and having this is compared to having the divine gift of God.

So I think that's The title!

Comment by Luna Arjuna on January 25, 2023 at 3:36pm

“But even there in the infantile neurosis, where the defense out of real anxiety [that means: fear of the outside world], analytic therapy has a very good chance of success. The simplest and most unanalytic is the analyst's attempt, after undoing the defense process in the child itself, to influence reality, namely the child's educators, in such a way that there is less real anxiety.”

*~ Anna Freud *

Source: Anna Freud: Das Ich und die Abwehrmechanismen. Fischer Taschenbuchverlag, 19. Auflage, Frankfurt am Main 2006, S. 69.

Photo: Sigmund and Anna Freud in the Dolomites in 1913

Comment by Luna Arjuna on January 21, 2023 at 3:57pm

"The white man had invented glasses which made objects too near or too far, cameras, telescopes, spyglasses, objects which put glass between living and vision. It was the image he sought to possess, not the texture, the living warmth, the human closeness."

Anaïs Nin, Seduction Of The Minotaur

Comment by Luna Arjuna on January 15, 2023 at 12:44am

Currently in Sigmund Freuds house in Vienna,
The waiting room

Comment by Luna Arjuna on December 31, 2022 at 3:06pm

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