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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Who the fuck actually believes this guy's bullshit?!?

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I don't get it. What is he saying that's so great?

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Does anyone here actually practice dream interpretation or do shadow work? I thought /lit/ was a Jung board.

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If the conscious mind can affect the physical body (exercise, eating well) can it not also affect itself and its development? Could say a mentally healthy person at 20 be a neurotic mess at 40 and the person in the reverse position a well-balanced person? I know I struggle with a wildly varying state of mental wellness, peaks and valleys which seem to grow larger as I age (I'm 26 now). Could I lessen these tendencies with the right mental habits and experience a more neutral state a greater amount of time? But then I wonder if I should even want that. Are the joys of life to be found in its heights or its steady plains? Exhilaration or tranquility?

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There is no consciousness without the discrimination of opposites. This is the paternal principle, the Logos"

Understanding and working on the tension of opposites within ourselves is the path forward lit.

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Red pill me on this MF. Is he any worth?

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>>18598269
Surely this red one was the devil, but my devil. That is, he was my joy, the joy of the serious person, who keeps watch alone on the high tower—his red-colored, red-scented, warm bright red joy. Not the secret joy in his thoughts and in his looking, but that strange joy of the world that comes unsuspected like a warm southerly wind with swelling fragrant blossoms and the ease of living. You know it from your poets, this seriousness, when they expectantly look toward what happens in the depths, sought out first of all by the devil because of their springlike joy. It picks up men like a wave and drives them forth. Whoever tastes this joy forgets himself. And there is nothing sweeter than forgetting oneself. And not a few have forgotten what they are. But even more have taken root so firmly that not even the rosy wave is able to uproot them. They are petrified and too heavy, while the others are too light.

Jung, The Red Book, p. 260

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>>18598269
Surely this red one was the devil, but my devil. That is, he was my joy, the joy of the serious person, who keeps watch alone on the high tower—his red-colored, red-scented, warm bright red joy. Not the secret joy in his thoughts and in his looking, but that strange joy of the world that comes unsuspected like a warm southerly wind with swelling fragrant blossoms and the ease of living. You know it from your poets, this seriousness, when they expectantly look toward what happens in the depths, sought out first of all by the devil because of their springlike joy. It picks up men like a wave and drives them forth. Whoever tastes this joy forgets himself. And there is nothing sweeter than forgetting oneself. And not a few have forgotten what they are. But even more have taken root so firmly that not even the rosy wave is able to uproot them. They are petrified and too heavy, while the others are too light.

Jung, The Red Book, p. 260)

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>if you don't agree with me it's because you're afraid of the unconscious.
holy fuck... i kneel.

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can anyone help me fully understand the implications of the "anima and animus" as jung wrote about?

does this explain social issues such as transgenderism?

can one become in touch with their inner feminine/inner masculine without letting it overcome their masculinity/femininity completely?

is it an innate part of all people, and do some have greater "levels" of feminity/masculinity than others in the unconscious?

what are some counterarguments against this hypothesis?

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Where should I start with Jung?

I’ve read nothing on psychoanalysis but have read a fair bit of philosophy.

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>"Jung was profoundly anti-Semitic. The facts concerning his thorough-going prejudice against Jews has become one of the most contentious issues in Jungian scholarship today. [...] the issue of the society [Society For Psychotherapy, of which Jung was president] and the journal [Zentralblatt, the journal sympathetic to Nazi policies edited by Jung] will not go away. Many of the post-1934 articles in the Zentralblatt go far beyond routine Swiss bourgeois anti-Semitism and contain virulent attacks on the Jews coupled with eulogies of Hitler [while he was still in power]. . . . Jung knew all about the later articles and did nothing. Since he could not claim ignorance, as these articles were edited in Switzerland, he tried after World War II, to shift the blame onto C.A. Maier [his deputy editor], claiming that he did all the editing.”"

Should we cancel him bros?



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