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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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Carl Jung and The Puer Aeternus: The Mother Complex and the Absent Father

Started by Luna Arjuna. Last reply by Christopher Golightly Feb 3. 2 Replies

Carl Jung and The Puer Aeternus: The Psychology of Men who Fail to Grow Up - Part I - The Mother Complex and the Absent Father You can watch the Video on Vimeo !Continue

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Sternstunde Philosphie - Das Rote Buch von C.G. Jung

Started by Luna Arjuna Jun 18, 2015. 0 Replies

Das sagenumwobene «Rote Buch» von C.G. Jung - Die Psychologin Verena Kast im Gespräch mit Norbert Bischofberger (SternstundePhilosophie vom 11.10.2009). Das geheimnisvolle «Rote Buch» des Schweizer Psychiaters Carl Gustav Jung (1875 bis 1961) wird…Continue

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Solitude is for me a fount of healing which makes my life worth living.

Started by Luna Arjuna. Last reply by Ely.J. Apr 28, 2019. 1 Reply

To Gustav Schmaltz 30 May 1957 Dear Schmaltz:I understand your wish very well, but I must tell you at once that it does not fit in my with my…Continue

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About the Nature of “Spirit”

Started by Luna Arjuna May 8, 2014. 0 Replies

Spirit, like God, denotes an object of psychic experience which cannot be proved to exist in the external world and cannot be understood…Continue

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Comment by Luna Arjuna on April 22, 2019 at 9:17pm

We also live in our dreams, we do not live only by day. Sometimes we accomplish our greatest deeds in dreams.

~ Carl G. Jung, The Red Book, Page 306

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Comment by Luna Arjuna on April 17, 2019 at 9:44pm

“ 'There is no death, daughter. People die only when we forget them', my mother explained shortly before she left me. 'If you can remember me, I will be with you always' . . .”

— Isabel Allende

(Photo: Sarah Good)

Comment by Luna Arjuna on April 14, 2019 at 3:40am

Art | Christian Schloe

There is no sense talking about "being true to yourself" until you are sure what voice you are being true to. It takes hard work to differentiate the voices of the unconscious.

Marion Woodman

Comment by Eva Libre on April 8, 2019 at 6:46pm

"One who looks outside, dreams. One who looks inside, awakens."
―  C. G. Jung

Comment by Ramsai Karri on March 27, 2019 at 11:12am

Synchronicity: The Meaning and Quantum Origins of Seven Types of Synchronicities!

Comment by Ramsai Karri on March 27, 2019 at 4:21am

Carl Jung Said These 5 Factors Are Crucial For Living A Happy Life!

1. Good physical and mental health.

Maintaining a health body and mind is Jung’s #1 recommendation for living a happy life. Eating healthy, exercising on a regular basis, getting enough sleep, and doing everything possible to relax and reduce stress are sure to bring balance and happiness with it.

When we exercise, our bodies release endorphins that can lead to general feelings of happiness. We also become healthier when spending a bit of time on our physical bodies, so it’s a win-win.

2. Good personal and intimate relationships, such as those of marriage, the family, and friendships.

Dozens of studies have shown that people who have satisfying relationships with family, friends, and their community are generally happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer.

Spend time learning valuable and healthy ways to communicate with your loved ones, such as Nonviolent Communication where we express observations, feelings, needs and requests, all without judgment and criticism, and where both people feel heard and happier after understanding each other.

Each person we encounter has the potential to make our lives happier. Remember to be kind to those you meet each day, and you’re on your way to living a happy life.

3. The faculty for perceiving beauty in art and nature.

If you’ve taken a walk or a hike in a beautiful place and stopped for a minute to just enjoy how beautiful everything is, then you understand this point by Jung. Nature has a wonderful effect on our minds and bodies, as we take in fresh oxygen, see fresh vegetation that likely signals deep instincts of having found a good place to stay for eating and survival, and as we are able to consciously enjoy the beauty of flowers, trees, animals, the sky, everything.

Art can have a similar effect that brings us happiness, as we engage the creative side of our minds and find beauty in the expression of others.

Take a minute today and just appreciate something beautiful, no matter how small it may be.

4. Reasonable standards of living and satisfactory work.

Studies have shown that living in poverty dramatically increases stress levels and leads to unhappiness, while having our basic needs met decreases stress and provides a foundation for happiness. It’s important to earn enough to get by, and it’s also important to love what you do.

If we go to a job we don’t like each day, chances are it will be difficult to be happy during the time there. Listen to your heart and ask what it is you would truly love to be doing, then make a step in that direction. It may seem scary at first, but once you start taking little steps towards a career you love, you’re on your way to happiness, and yes, you CAN do it.

5. A philosophic or religious point of view capable of coping successfully with the vicissitudes of life.

The universe is a big place, one can see this simply by going out at night and looking at the seemingly infinite space above. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed, so why would life end after the body passes away?

Spending time thinking about the deep meaning of life, and searching our hearts for the truth can help us to figure out our own ideas as to what is going on in the universe, and what the meaning is of our lives. It’s important to reflect on these things if we want to be happy according to Jung, as having a sense of it can help us cope with the many struggles and changes in life.

Comment by Ramsai Karri on March 27, 2019 at 4:15am

Comment by Ana on March 26, 2019 at 9:36pm

Yes, I agree with Bud Harris, Eva. If you fight against evil, you will have to do it in the same field, but if you ignore it," the black cloud," will disappear. Your enemy always become bigger if you fight against it. Maybe I did not explain right. Sorry... 


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