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Re d ove out the man; and at the east of 15 Bradley,F. Sure, thought 1, 1 am forsaken of God; and thus 1 continued a long while, even for some years together.

Srchetype original state of aff irs-experiencing oneself as the center of the universe-can persisf long past childhood. Religion is the best collective protection available against both inflation and alienation. If you haven’t read these topics in Jung already or only have a casual interest it might be a good summary but for me it was repetitive. While some of the insights into individuation particularly the fallacies were useful, it would appear He must give up his identification with original unconscious wholeness and voluntarily accept being a real fragment instead of an unreal whole.


Ego and Archetype

I read this for my class on Jungian psychology. The voice of your brother’s blood is crying to me from the ground.

The ego-Selfaxis, which in the first two diagrams was completely unconscious and therefore indistinguishable from ego-Self identity, has now become partly conscious. For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.

Whenever man consciously encounters a divine agency which assists, commands or directs, we can un- derstand it evo an encounter of the ego with the Self. But it also maintains and encourages child’ s spontaneity and noujishes his contact with the s.

The text is illustrated not only with quotations from Jung but other scholars such as St Augustine,Elias Ashmole as well as relevant biblical passages and makes prolific use of illustration.

Peggy Guggenheim Foundation for Picture Edinger’s book is a treatment of Jung’s developmental theory, what he termed “individuation” and what I have implicitly criticized above. But Job avoids both extremes. I’m so caught up in this book, every few days I am posting quotes from it into this review space.

Ego and Archetype: Individuation and the Religious Function of the Psyche

The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious. May 16, Maan Kawas rated it really liked it.

Dec 19, Sandy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: In the final chapter, Edinger explores another mythical image. Thus he lived out his mythological fate to the bitter end. It is simul- taneously the center and the circumference of the drcle of totality.


But our discussion of it, together with subsequent dreams, did pave the way for a progressive increase in consciousness. About this myth Jung writes: This difficulty is inherent in the sub- ject matter.

But on the other handthe child can be an egotistic little beast, fun of cruelty and greed. Jung has written about Job in his Anstcer to Job. The lnflated Edingdr 31 personal powers. This method may be necessary to promote ego-Self separation but it is a sharp sword to be used with care. To be something in reality he must give up being everything in potentia.

My favorite Jungian book and writer. The beginning of the book is informative, well-written, This book is meant for upper level college psychology or philosophy edwzrd.

This is my substi,ute for pistol and baII. Ross, The World of Zen; C. For this r1ason his companions must speak repeatedly about wickedness and evi! Or walked Rave in the unfathomable you descended deep?