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Your Archemes

Consider: All humans become members of their societies by assuming behaviors and attitudes associated with culturally patterned ROLES. A Mother or Father, a Doctor or Teacher, an orphan or an idealist, even a “depressive” all enact social positions vis a vis other social positions by displaying somewhat normative dispositions. 312 more words

BE2: Tuesday Life Paths Tools

Carl Jung on Complementary and Compensatory Dreams.

Lecture II 10th May, 1935

Last time we made a brief survey of the unconscious composition of dreams.

Today we will speak of the Function of the Dream. 1,804 more words

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Carl Jung on “Complexes” and “Ideas.”

Lecture I 3rd May, 1935

I will give you a short resume of the themes which were treated in the lectures which I have given during the last year. 1,460 more words

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Carl Jung answers questions on the Nature of Dreams

Lecture VII 8th March, 1935

There are several questions today.

The first question is highly philosophical.

Speaking from the standpoint of many thousands of dreams I cannot say that they show guidance. 1,674 more words

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March 30

What you resist persists.
– Carl Jung

If you find yourself spending too much time fearing something, you are bringing the energy and thoughts of that thing into your life rather than letting it go. 23 more words

Carl Jung on Phantasy and the Solar Plexus

Lecture XI 12th July, 1935

I left off last time with the theme of the solar plexus.

This time I have brought a Lamaistic Mandala to show you, as an analogy to our vision: it is complicated and… 2,164 more words

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A Weekend of Letting Go

I always thought that when we accepted things they overpowered us in some way or other. This turns out not to be true at all, and it is only by accepting them that one can assume an attitude towards them. 1,132 more words