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By C. G. Jung
5 lengthy essays that hint Jung's constructing curiosity in alchemy from 1929 onward. An creation and complement to his significant works at the topic, illustrated with forty two patients' drawings and work.
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I am indebted for this reference to my colleague, Dr. Beatrice Hinkle, N ew York. 26 as well as W ill, F em inine as well as M asculine, M o th er as w ell as Father. 41 H e fo u n d th a t G o d is tw o in o n e, lik e m a n . ” 42 T h i s g e n u in e 20 e x p e rie n c e c o n ta in s all th e essen tial sym bols o f o u r te x t. T h e p h e n o m e n o n itself, th e v isio n of lig h t, is a n e x p e rie n c e c o m m o n to m a n y m ystics, a n d o n e th a t is u n d o u b t ed ly o f th e g re a te s t sig n ifican ce, b eca u se a t all tim e s a n d places it p ro v es to b e s o m e th in g u n c o n d itio n e d a n d a b so lu te , a c o m b in a tio n o f s u p re m e p o w e r a n d p r o f o u n d m e a n in g .
H e n r y S id g w ick , H y s lo p , a n d o th e r s. ] b u t is in h e re n t in the n a tu re of the ph en o m en a. I t w o u ld be unscientific to overlook th e fact th a t the an im a is a psychic, and th erefore a personal, au to n o m o u s system. N o n e of th e people w ho m ake the charge against m e w ould hesitate for a second to say, “ I d ream ed of M r. X ,” w hereas, strictly speaking, he d ream ed only of a re p re se n ta tio n of M r. X . T h e a n im a is n o th in g b u t a re p re se n ta tio n of the personal n a tu re of th e a u to n o m ous system in question.
H u n , then, w o u ld be th e lig h t of con sciousness an d reason in m an, o riginally com ing from the logos spermatikos of hsing, a n d re tu rn in g a fte r d e ath th ro u g h shen to th e T a o . U sed in this sense th e expression “Logos” w ould be especially a p p ro p riate, since it includes th e idea of a universal being, an d thus covers the fact th a t m a n ’s clarity o f conscious ness an d ra tio n a lity are som ething universal ra th e r th a n indiβ Cf. P sych ological T y p e s, ch.
Alchemical Studies (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 13) by C. G. Jung