In this video, we go over the idea of the Dark Night of the Soul which is explained by Jung as an experience where one pulls back their projections and comes into an encounter with their shadow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gadPDDRC_F8 During this period one struggles with feelings of meaninglessness and confusion. We explore the psychological implications of… Continue lendo “Carl Jung and the Dark Night of the Soul” – Jared CHAN
“The true heresy: gnosticism, the world religion of worldlessness” – Peter SLOTERDIJK
A world religion has been newly discovered. Gilles Quispel (1951: 1) on the Nag Hammadi findings Shortly after the Second World War, which led to the death of forty-two million people according to conservative estimates and fifty-five million according to others, a large clay container filled with numerous papyrus codices in the Coptic language, almost… Continue lendo “The true heresy: gnosticism, the world religion of worldlessness” – Peter SLOTERDIJK
“Common dreams you should never ignore when you wake up” – Simon JACOBSON
We all have dreams, we all have nightmares, but do they mean anything? There are many stories in the Bible of dreams carrying vital messages (Joseph, Pharaoh, Jacob, Nebuchadnezzar, and others), and experts of human psychology from Sigmund Freud to Carl Jung explored this very question. In this video, Rabbi Jacobson reveals what Judaism and… Continue lendo “Common dreams you should never ignore when you wake up” – Simon JACOBSON
Active Imagination: Confrontation with the Unconscious | Eternalised
Active imagination is a technique developed by the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist Carl Jung. He considered it the most powerful tool to access the unconscious and for achieving wholeness of personality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRVlWEwmbfQ Jung discovered this method between the years of 1913 and 1916, a period of disorientation and intense inner turmoil which he called his… Continue lendo Active Imagination: Confrontation with the Unconscious | Eternalised
The Manufacturing of a Mass Psychosis – Can Sanity Return to an Insane World? | Academy of Ideas
“The masses have never thirsted after truth. They turn aside from evidence that is not to their taste, preferring to deify error, if error seduce them. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.” Gustave Le Bon, The Crowd: A Study of the… Continue lendo The Manufacturing of a Mass Psychosis – Can Sanity Return to an Insane World? | Academy of Ideas
How Ideas can Trigger a Mass Psychosis | Academy of Ideas
"Man does not make his ideas; we could say that man's ideas make him." C. G. JUNG "In itself, every idea is neutral, or should be; but man animates ideas, projects his flames and flaws into them; impure, transformed into beliefs, ideas take their place in time, take shape as events: the trajectory is complete,… Continue lendo How Ideas can Trigger a Mass Psychosis | Academy of Ideas
“Mysticism and Morality” – Alan WATTS
Hatred does not necessarily lead to violence. It is unacknowledged hatred that leads to violence. Honest hatred can be expressed in much simpler ways. But the expression, the recognition, the acceptance of what is honestly felt is the moral equivalent of the vision that whatever exists is a manifestation of the divine. Alan Watts, "Mysticism… Continue lendo “Mysticism and Morality” – Alan WATTS
Why did Carl Jung avoid meeting the famous Indian saint Ramana Maharshi?
Carl Jung visited India for the first time in the 1930s and met a lot of prominent people, but failed to meet Ramana Maharshi. People were shocked when they learnt that Jung had not met Ramana Maharshi. A few years later, Carl Jung wrote about his experiences in India and did not explicitly mention his… Continue lendo Why did Carl Jung avoid meeting the famous Indian saint Ramana Maharshi?
Synchronicity: Meaningful Patterns in Life | Eternalised
Synchronicity is a term coined by Carl Jung which describes meaningful patterns or meaningful coincidences of outer and inner events that cannot be causally linked. It occurs with an inwardly perceived event (dream, vision, premonition, thought or mood) is seen to have a correspondence in external reality: the inner image has “come true”, bringing meaning… Continue lendo Synchronicity: Meaningful Patterns in Life | Eternalised
The Trickster “Archetype”: The Truth about Your Shadow | Jung To Live By
Jung To Live By is the internet "persona" of the Institute for Psycho-Systems Analysis™, presenting videos and podcasts on Depth Psychology for self-development and clinical purposes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKJJuQ8Esag Presented by Steve & Pauline Richards, and James & Yuliya Dowling. RELATED CONTENT:
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