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The next dream in the series takes place a few months later. The dream contains a number of similar leitmotivs that suggest a direct connection with the first one. This is what the man recalled from his dream:          The man is again accompanied by his wife and children in…

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         In 1936, C.G. Jung (Figure 1) first introduced his essay “Dream Symbols of the Process of Individuation,”. Jung (1944/1970) later renamed the same essay “Individual Dream Symbolism in Relation to Alchemy” and published it in Psychology and Alchemy. The essay focused on a series of highly archetypal dreams—over 400…

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29 Jul / Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising: A Comparative Study of the Phoenix Symbol as a Goal of the Alchemical Work and the Individuation Process         This paper explores the archetypal symbolism in the final chapter of Michael Maier’s (1617) seminal work Symbols of the Golden Table of the Twelve Nations, which Maier treats as a…

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     In the wake of his confrontation with the unconscious (1913-1916), C.G. Jung wrote a short essay titled “The Transcendent Function;” and although the essay was not published until 1957, it is in my opinion one of his most important works. Jung (1916/1957) indicated that the essay was written as a…

Active imagination is a technique or method devised by C.G. Jung, to engage, interpret, and integrate fantasy-images and other subliminal contents that arise from the unconscious. Jung originally referred to the method as spontaneous fantasy or non-directed thinking. Jung (1928) suggested that the method was “a question of releasing unconscious…

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The purpose of this blog article is to examine the concept of libido through the lens of C.G. Jung’s psychology and in contradistinction to Sigmund’s Freud’s (Fig. 1) conception and formulation of libido. The term libido is often met with misunderstanding because of its numerous connotations. According to Jung (1913/1955),…

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