Illustrations From C.G. Jung’s The Red Book.
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A dream which is not interpreted is like a letter which is not read.
24 videos featuring veteran Jungian analyst Marie-Louise von Franz discussing how the archetypal patterns of life manifest in dreams.
In my dreams, the world operates on different laws of physics. Reality is set, and changes, according to me. Often without conscious invocation. What if, in my waking life, it is so, too? What if all of reality is merely formed according to my growth, and understanding? So, quantum physics becomes known, and research expands our knowledge, because I thought about the micro and the macro and realized things must be different at that level —- very different. My attention went to it, at that moment, and so, I began to learn. But, without the element of time, it is impossible to ask “which came first?”. Without time, chickens and eggs just are. We, as a species, are creating our reality as we live it, and I am a micro who is doing the same. Does it make one a solipsist to consider this? In our dreams, we are the only one that is real.
This process of coming to terms with the Other in us is well worth while, because in this way we get to know aspects of our nature which we would not allow anybody else to show us and which we ourselves would never have admitted.
[The Conjunction,” ibid., par. 706.]
"The key to seeing the world’s soul, and in the process wakening our own, is to get over the confusion by which we think that fact is real and imagination is illusion."
— Thomas Moore (Original Self)
"A piece of the sky and a chunk of the earth lie lodged in the heart of every human being."
— Thomas Moore
An excellent article on Depth Psychology by Bonnie Bright here: http://www.depthinsights.com/pdfs/On_Depth_Psychology.pdf