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CG Jung in His Own Words

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The C.G. Jung Foundation in New York City presents excerpts from the collected works of Carl Jung, with the kind permission of Princeton University Press.

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A second look at Jung's understanding of Mandalas in relationsip to the Self.

C.G. Jung succintly describes what a mandala is, does and means in relationship to the healing and wholeness of the individual

A beginning exploration of Jung's notion of synchronicity. In short order Jung uses two cases to communicate his understanding.

C.G. Jung discusses the meaning and importance of self knowledge

A third and final look at Jung's understanding of the child archetype

We continue listening to Jung speak about some of the major archetypes. Today we explore for a second time the Child Archetype.

We continue to hear Jung discuss some of the major archetypes. Today we take an initial look at the child archetype.

We take a third and final look at Jung's understanding of the Trickster archetype

As we continue to explore Carl Jung's understanding of the psyche, we hear, for a second time, him speaking about the ambiguous, ambivalent trickster figure who mysteriously moves us forward in life. The Trickster comes from Native... more

As we continue to look at Jung's understanding of archetypes, we focus on the central archetype of the Trickster. The Trickster comes from Native American mythology but has analogs from all over the world.

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