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Training opportunity at the C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco

19/12/2018 • The C. G. Jung Institute of San Francisco is now inviting applications to become the...

Robert Tyminski – „Male Alienation at the Crossroads of Identity, Culture and Cyberspace”

04/09/2018 •   Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 3, 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 1138065404...

Ladson Hinton & Hessel Willemsen [eds.] – Temporality and Shame

30/03/2018 • The composition of papers on the topic of shame and temporality has been recently published by...

Robin S. Brown [ed.] – Re-Encountering Jung

15/11/2017 • Psychoanalytic folk is still in the wake of the long-standing field of turbulence that emerged...

We always find in the patient a conflict which at a certain point is connected with the great problems of society. Hence, when the analysis is pushed to this point, the apparently individual conflict of the patient is revealed as a universal conflict of his environment and epoch.

• C. G. Jung, CW 7, para. 438 •

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By soul I mean, first of all, a perspective rather than a substance, a viewpoint toward things rather than a thing itself. Between us and events, between the doer and the deed, there is a reflective moment—and soul-making means differentiating this middle ground.

• James Hillman •

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I had learned that all the greatest and most important problems of life are fundamentally insoluble. (…) They can never be solved, but only outgrown.

• C. G. Jung – CW 13, para. 18 •

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