By Claire Dunne
This can be the 1st fully-illustrated biography of 1 of the best thinkers of the 20 th century, well-known for his pioneering exploration of goals, the subconscious, and spirituality.
Carl Jung remains to be respected at the present time as a real innovative who helped to form psychology, supplied a bridge among Western and japanese spirituality, and taken into normal expertise such basic strategies as archetypes, the collective subconscious, and synchronicity. during this very important publication, Claire Dunne chronicles Jung's trip of self-discovery from a adolescence full of visions either terrifying and profound, via his early expert luck, to his rediscovery of spirituality in mid-life. detailed awareness is paid to the tumultuous relationships among Jung and Sigmund Freud, the radical but important function played via his colleague, Toni Wolff, and the revelatory visions Jung skilled following a detailed brush with death.
The phrases of Jung himself and people who shared his paintings and personal lifestyles are shared verbatim, attached by way of Claire Dunne's vigorous and available statement and via an evocative array of illustrations together with images of Jung, his affiliates, and the environments during which he lived and labored, in addition to artwork pictures either old and modern that replicate Jung's teachings. Jung emerges as a healer whose talents arose from having first attended to the injuries in his personal soul.
This is a vital paintings of reference in addition to a desirable and pleasing learn for everybody drawn to psychology, spirituality, and private improvement.
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It was the major journey of his life. Jung’s The Red Book, containing his record of this inner process as it happened, was released for publication in 2009 after decades of speculation as to its contents. The article that I wrote for the Life After Death edition of Parabola magazine gives a condensed sense of what The Red Book contains. It supplements and enlarges upon what is covered in this book’s Part One – “Wounded”. The article is reproduced here as an essential blueprint of the consciousness Jung lived, and the inner experiences he had, worked with, and poured forth as universal message for the rest of his life.
I wept for happiness and gratitude. The wisdom and goodness of God had been revealed to me now that I had yielded to his inexorable command. It was as though I had experienced an illumination.... From that moment ... my true responsibility began. Why did God befoul His cathedral? That, for me, was a terrible thought. But then came the dim understanding that God could be something terrible. I had experienced a dark and terrible secret. It overshadowed my whole life.... It would never have occurred to me to speak of my experience openly, nor of my dream of the phallus in the underground temple, nor of my carved mannikin....
I felt my resistance weakening. Sweating with fear, I sat up in bed to shake off sleep. “Now it is coming; now it’s serious! I must think. It must be thought out beforehand. Why should I think something I do not know? I don’t want to, by God, that’s sure. But who wants me to? Who wants to force me to think something I don’t know and don’t want to know? Where does this terrible will come from? ” For I was now certain that He was the author of this desperate problem.... ” ... I thought it over again....
Carl Jung: Wounded Healer of the Soul by Claire Dunne