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Face To Face | Carl Gustav Jung (1959) HQ

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Professor Jung is interviewed at his home in Switzerland by John Freeman. Theme music: excerpt from Les Francs-Juges by Berlioz, 1825. A deeper American interview with Jung: 🤍 Humorist Theodore Dalrymple on Freud: 🤍

The World Within - C.G. Jung in His Own Words - Documentary - Psychology audiobooks

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A 1990 Documentary about Carl Gustav Jung that explains his standpoints mainly by using footage of him talking. Free psychology audiobooks.

Carl Jung Shockingly ACCURATE Quotes on LIFE & WOMEN | Life Changing Quotes

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Carl Jung was one of the greatest and most influential psychologists of his time. He's known for studies about the unconscious mind, Anima and animus, Shadow integration in so much more. Here he we have summed up the greatest sayings from one of the greatest pyschologist that has ever lived on earth. JOIN OUR DISCORD: 🤍 Business: archervanmedia🤍gmail.com 💎Follow us💎 👉Twitter: 🤍 👉Instagram: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE FOR More Quotes: 👉 👉About OldWiseMan: We bring some of the most famous thought leaders quotes to life with a mystical voice over, old rustic tones and original 3D animated illustrations! LICENSING: The music and video clips featured in this video were licensed through StoryBlocks and Artlist. 👉Fair Use Disclaimer: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. We aim to create educational, motivational and inspiring videos for our loyal fans. This video has no negative impact on the original work. This video is used for educational and motivational purposes. This video is transformative in nature and took several hours to make. This channel’s owner claims no copyright, and cannot be held accountable. This video does not infringe on any copyright laws and all the content used comes under the fair use act. If you would like to contact us, please contact Any infringement was not done on purpose and will be rectified to the satisfaction of all parties. #carljung #wisdom #quotes

C.G.Jung im Gespräch (Originalaufnahme 1960)

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"Ich habe es nicht nötig an Gott zu glauben, ich weiss es." Über das Religiöse, die Archetypen, die Wichtigkeit der Träume, die Schwierigkeit der Vermittlung, die Bedeutung des Einzelnen, die Unterbewertung der menschlichen Seele, das Ergriffen-Sein, die Sinnfrage und das Numinose (Gespräch aus Anlass des 85. Geburtstages mit Georg Gerster, 1960). Hinweis: Es gibt - zum besseren Verständnis - deutsche Untertitel.

Interview with Dr Carl Jung 1957

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Great Minds of the 20th Century: Dr. Carl Jung 1957 interview with psychologist Dr. Carl Jung by Dr. Richard Evans of the University of Houston. Originally released by Penn State University. Fair Use Copyright Disclaimer: This is an educational not for profit production. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

Carl Jung on meeting Sigmund Freud | Original Interview

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Carl Jung is talking about his conversations with Sigmund Freud. In this original interview Carl Jung which is one of the most popular psychologists in history is talking about him meeting Freud. #CarlJung #SigmundFreud #JungmeetsFreud Schedule a FREE call with me to see how working together would look like ► 🤍 My Website ► 🤍 Jung´s first moment of consciousness ► 🤍 🤍

"Matter of Heart" - The Classic Documentary on Carl Jung (Full)

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"Matter Of Heart" is a compelling and inspiring film portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, a man whose extraordinary genius and humanity reached far beyond the sometimes exclusive realm of psychiatry into redefining the essential nature of who we are and what we hope to become. More than a linear biography, the film presents a fuller perspective on this analyst, healer, friend and mentor, through the skillful interweaving of rare home movies, valuable archival footage and a wealth of interviews with such notables as Sir Laurens van der Post, Marie-Louise von Franz and Joseph Henderson, M.D. The life and thinking of the great Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Gustav Jung, is examined. Interviews are done with those who knew him, most of whom were analyzed by him and very often became analysts themselves. Jung's own words appear on screen, and archive footage of Jung himself is shown. We learn aspects of his private life, including his relationship with his wife, Emma, and his mistress, Toni Wolff. But mostly we learn of his philosophy, sometimes mystical in nature, regarding the collective unconscious, the ego-personality, anima and animus, and more (1985).

We are the evil interview with Carl Jung

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Short and to the point Carl Jung in person relates to our state of mind

C.G. Jung at Bollingen – Rare Documentary Footage

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A never-completed documentary of C.G. Jung at Bollingen Tower, the retreat he built on the north shore of Lake Zürich in Switzerland. From the Introduction: In 1951, Jung was filmed at his Bollingen retreat by two Americans, Jerome Hill, an artist and film-maker from Minnesota, and Maud Oakes, an author and researcher, whose book Where the Two Came to Their Father (🤍 was the first major publication of the Bollingen Foundation. That book described a ritual and ceremonial sequence given to Maud by and old Navajo Medicine Man, along with its accompanying sand paintings. Maud had long been interested in Jung and his new psychology of the collective unconscious. She had met him in 1937 in New York, when she, along with her friends, Paul and Mary Mellon, attended a lecture he gave there. Maud's cousin, Jerome Hill, had the inspiration to do a film on Jung, who was celebrating his 75th birthday in 1950. At first Jung refused, but after some time he relented and agreed to begin in 1951. This film was never completed. Jerome Hill went on to make an award-winning documentary on Dr. Albert Schweitzer (🤍 The following excerpts are taken from Jerome Hill's original footage of Jung in his garden, telling the story of the large stone he had carved in honor of his 75th birthday. Jung reads and translates passages in Greek and Latin which refer to the ancient wisdom of the alchemists and of the Greek god of physicians, "Asclepius" and his familiar sprite figure, "Telesphoros." Narrated by Jungian analyst Suzanne Wagner, Ph.D. ✦ ✦ ✦ LINKS: Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts, hosted by Laura London – 🤍 Blog Post – 🤍 The Stone Speaks: The Memoir of a Personal Transformation by Maud Oakes – 🤍 Remembering Jung: A Conversation About C.G. Jung & His Work with Maud Oakes – 🤍 (As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.) ✦ ✦ ✦ SPEAKING OF JUNG: Website – 🤍​​​ Episodes – 🤍 Apple Podcasts – 🤍 Spotify – 🤍 CONNECT: Subscribe to this YouTube channel Twitter – 🤍 Instagram – 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 ✦ ✦ ✦

Jordan Peterson: Where Carl Jung was Wrong!

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Jordan Peterson frequently draws on the insights of psychologist Carl Jung be it on psychology and on mythology. But on which views of Jung does Peterson disagree? This was part of his Q&A 05-01-2021. #Peterson You can support Jordan Peterson here: Donations: 🤍 Check out the full video here: 🤍 - If you like the content, subscribe!

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT Carl Gustav Jung Transference and Archetypes

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How People Fall In Love and I Read On The Road by Jack Kerowacker I was 15 or so, in 1963 I Read about Him Meet Little Mexican Girl, in On The Road, It create Archetype in my Mind, I hirch hike to Los Angeles in 1967 I am in 1967 17 YEARS old I was search for Preety Mexican Girl, in 1968 I was work in WISCONSIN I meet Angie I had "LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT!" Cause Jung Tole Me So!

42 Carl Jung's Quotes you should know if you Get Old...

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Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. Carl Jung created some of the best known psychological concepts, including synchronicity, archetypal phenomena, the collective unconscious, the psychological complex and extraversion and introversion. These are vivid thoughts and quotes from Carl Jung. The best quotes and aphorisms of Carl Jung that will make you think about many things in life. Life quotes from Carl Jung are definitely worth your time. For more Carl Jung check out his greatest book "The Red Book" here: 🤍 ► Subscribe to Our Channel! → 🤍 Thank you for watching! #quotes #carljung #cgjung Copyright info: * We must state that in NO way, shape or form am I intending to infringe rights of the copyright holder. Content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. We hope you enjoyed this Wise Life Quotes by Carl Jung a lot of work has been put into it.

How to Understand and Approach Carl Gustav Jung

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Carl Gustav Jung polarizes. When first picking him up there is a high chance that you like his ideas very much... or not at all. But what makes C.G. Jung's theories so different from other psychological theories? Support me on Patreon: 🤍 One time donations: paypal.me/PersPower The Stoicism Book List*: 🤍 Books I read and Tech Stuff I use*: 🤍 Get a FREE audiobook*: 🤍 Power Up Facebook Group: 🤍 00:00 Jung, Freud & Science 01:03 The right Approach to Reading Jung 02:49 Jung's idea of the Human Psyche 05:48 A Metaphor of Life 07:08 What's next & Patreon shoutouts! *affiliate links, I get a little kickback if you sign up or buy something

Interview with Dr Carl Jung 1957 ENHANCED AUDIO

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Subtitle version of this video here 🤍 0:00 Persona Archetype 7:00 Ego (consciousness) 7:35 The Self Archetype 11:15 Explains Archetypes 16:14 Continues with the Self Archetype - Total Personality (Conscious+Unconscious) 17:15 Extroversion - Introversion 23:30 Psyche of Man, The Greatest Danger 29:30 Explains Intuition 38:20 Difference Intuitive Extrovert - Intuitive Introvert 53:20 Concept of Synchronicity 57:50 Consciousness 1:03:00 Motivation of a Person (Jung Psychic Energy vs Freud Libido). 1:08:32 Two Views of Motivation: History vs Present 1:12:14 Possession by the Unconscious. Analysis of Dreams 1:18:30 The Personal Unconscious & Collective Unconscious 1:31:22 Introduction Theory of Personality. We are not born Tabula Rasa 1:39:10 Process of Individuation 1:39:50 Carl Jung with Albert Einstein 1:44:30 Mandala Archetype. Wholeness, Total Personality (Self) 1:49:35 Association Test 1:56:00 Psycho-somatic medicine. Psychic Factors (Tuberculosis, Cancer, Arthritis...) 2:11:50 Schizophrenia, Hysteria, Psychopathy 2:17:55 Carl Jung's Book Symbols of Transformation and schism with Freud 2:23:26 Study of Humanities. Is it Important to understand the individual? 2:28:15 Jung's Psychology of Opposites/Archetypal experiences Time stamps by Eternalised. 🤍 Original YouTube video here with automatic subtitles: 🤍 I downloaded the other video and put it through the paces in an audio editing program. I hope you can make better sense of it clearly. If you need a PDF transcript, I found one here: 🤍 I had to wait a couple minutes for it to download but it's worth the wait and you can then translate it into whatever language you need to much more easily. Thanks for the comment that inspired this action. 1957 interview with psychologist Dr. Carl Jung by Professor Richard Evans of the University of Houston. Originally released by Penn State University. Fair Use Copyright Disclaimer: This is an educational not for profit production. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)

C.G. Jung - death is not the end

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This dialouge was written down by kierah16. She has her own channel here on youtube. Thank you very much, Kierah16. Interviewer: I know that you say death is psychologically just as important as birth and like it is an integral part of life, but surely, it can't be like birth if it is an end. Can it? Jung: Yes. If it is an end and there we are not quite certain about this end because we know that there are these pecular faculties of the psyche- that it isn't entirely confined to space and time. You can have dreams or visions of the future. You can see around corners and such things. Only igonrants deny these facst (ja - german). Its quite evident that they do exist and have existed always. Now these facts show that the psyche- in part, at least- is not dependent on these confinements. And then what? When the psyche is not under that obligation to....live in time and space alone- and obviously, it doesn't. Then, in .. to that extent, they psyche is not submitted to those laws and that means a..a practical continuation of life of a sort of psychical existence beyond time and space. Interviewer: Do you- yourself believe that death is probably the end or do you believe.... Jung: Well, I can't say - wissen Sie ? (german translated wold be: you see ?)- the word "believe" is a difficult thing for me. I don't "believe"; I must have a reason for a certain hypothesis. Either I know a thing; and when I KNOW it, I don't need to believe it. If I- I don't allow myself, for instance, to believe a thing just for sake of believing it. I can't believe it! But when there are sufficient reasons for a certain hypothesis, I shall accept these reasons naturally. And to say "We have to recon with the possibility of [so and so]." You know? Interviewer: Well...now you told us that we should regard death as being a goal and to stray away from it is to evade life and life's purpose. What advice would you give to people in their later life to enable them to do this when most of them must, in fact, believe that death is the end of everything? Jung: Well...you see I have treated many old people and its quite interesting to watch what their conscious doing with the fact that it is apparantly threatened with the complete end. It disregards it. Life behaves as if it were going on and so I think it is better for old people to live on...to look forward to the next day; as if he had to spend centuries and then he lives happily, but when he is afraid and he doesn't looks forward; he looks back. He petrifies. He gets stiff and he dies before his time, but when hes living on, looking forward to the great adventture that is ahead, then he lives. And that is about what your concious is intending to do. Of course it is quite obvious that we're all going to die and this is the sad finale of everything, but never-the-less, there is something in us that doesn't believe it, apparently, but this is merely a fact, a psychological fact. Doesn't mean to me that it proves something. It is simply so. For instance, I may not know why we need salt, but we prefer to eat salt too because we feel better. And so when you think in a certain way, you may feel considerably better. And I think if you think along the lines of nature, then you think properly

Collective Unconscious, Carl Jung ¦ Inconsciente Colectivo, Carl Jung

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Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961), often referred to as C. G. Jung, was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist who founded analytical psychology. His work has been influential not only in psychiatry but also in philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, literature, and religious studies. He was a prolific writer, though many of his works were not published until after his death. The central concept of analytical psychology is individuation—the psychological process of integrating the opposites, including the conscious with the unconscious, while still maintaining their relative autonomy. Jung considered individuation to be the central process of human development. Jung created some of the best known psychological concepts, including the archetype, the collective unconscious, the complex, and extraversion and introversion. Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), a menudo referida como C. G. Jung, era un psiquiatra y psicoterapeuta suizo que fundó la psicología analítica. Su trabajo ha tenido una gran influencia no sólo en psiquiatría, sino también en la filosofía, la antropología, la arqueología, la literatura y los estudios religiosos. Fue un escritor prolífico, aunque muchas de sus obras no se publicaron hasta después de su muerte. El concepto central de la psicología analítica es individuación- el proceso psicológico de la integración de los opuestos, incluyendo el consciente con el inconsciente, mientras que todavía mantiene su autonomía relativa. Jung considera individuación como el proceso central del desarrollo humano. Jung creó algunos de los conceptos psicológicos más conocidos, incluyendo el arquetipo, el inconsciente colectivo, el complejo, y la extroversión y la introversión.

CG Jung on Synchronicity HQ

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Jung's original work: Extraverted Intuitive (Ne) Type by Carl Jung

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Credits to Carl Jung (Psychological Types) for the descriptions. Most likely translation of Ne type in official MBTI (dichotomies): ENTP, ENFP, ENTJ, ENFJ - - - IMPORTANT NOTE: Ne is NOT a cognitive function... It's rather a function TYPE! Specifically the descriptions of Chapter X are function types at stage 3 of differentiation described in an unhealthy version... Most people will have a more balanced healthier version. Check Jung Typology Explained by Vendrah (Typology Triad) for interesting observations about Jung's original work. The real cognitive functions are stuff like working memory etc that aid the implementation of defensive strategy set by instinct(s) + tritype (check Katherine's Fauvre)... In order of importance: soul, core energetics, instincts, tritype and lastly cognitive tools (like working memory etc). In other words Jung saw the implementation of defensive strategies at surface level and ommitted the hindbrain in the process. - - - Recommend test to find your jungian type based on Jung's original work without extra additions: 🤍 #personality #cognitivefunctions #Ne #carljung #ENTP #ENFP #mbti #vultology #howtotype #typepolice #cheesepolice #coachparra #coachricioppoparra #INTJ #INFJ #enneagram TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) Intro (0:22) Ne (5:59) Extraverted Intuitive Type

Forbidden Carl Jung Quotes that Reveal about Your Dark Side

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Carl Jung was famous for saying that a complete human acknowledges and integrates both his darkness and his lightness into his personality to make full use of consciousness. JOIN OUR DISCORD: 🤍 Business: archervanmedia🤍gmail.com 💎Follow us💎 👉Twitter: 🤍 👉Instagram: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE FOR More Quotes: 👉 👉About OldWiseMan: We bring some of the most famous thought leaders quotes to life with a mystical voice over, old rustic tones and original 3D animated illustrations! LICENSING: The music and video clips featured in this video were licensed through StoryBlocks and Artlist. 👉Fair Use Disclaimer: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. We aim to create educational, motivational and inspiring videos for our loyal fans. This video has no negative impact on the original work. This video is used for educational and motivational purposes. This video is transformative in nature and took several hours to make. This channel’s owner claims no copyright, and cannot be held accountable. This video does not infringe on any copyright laws and all the content used comes under the fair use act. If you would like to contact us, please contact Any infringement was not done on purpose and will be rectified to the satisfaction of all parties. # #wisdom #quotes

Carl Jung’s Theory on Introverts, Extraverts, and Ambiverts

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Introversion and extroversion (or extraversion) are terms first coined by psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung in Switzerland of the 1920s. According to Jung, an extrovert seeks intensive contact with the outside world. An introvert instead turns the psychic energy inwards. Jung believed that no one is 100% extravert or 100% introvert instead we carry both traits. However, most minds tend to lean either on one side or the other. If both characteristics are equally present, we can speak of someone who has an ambivert personality. Support our work and become a patreon: 🤍 Never miss a new video with our newsletter: 🤍 Special thanks to our Patrons: Cedric Wang, Eva Marie Koblin, Mike, Julien Dumesnil, Orc Oran, Mathis, and the others. You are amazing !!! Join our supporters and help us reach students and teachers worldwide with friendly videos that explain difficult things simply: 🤍patreon.com/sprouts Full Script: 🤍

The Soul and Death, by Carl Jung (full audio).

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In one of his more profound and somber works, Jung discusses death, describing it as not only a very natural part of life, but ultimately, the goal of it. Also outlined is the proper attitude towards death, particularly among those of advanced age. Jung hints towards his belief in an afterlife, as evidenced by the propensity of mankind to believe in such throughout the ages.

The Undiscovered Self, by Carl Jung (audiobook)

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Jung discusses his concerns for the world in regard to communism, nuclear weapons, and the fragile state of democracy. Most troubling to Jung are the ever-increasing proclivity to mass-mindedness, and the eradication of the individual by the "State". Written decades ago, this brilliant work has more impact than ever in today's world, where many of Jung's concerns have come to fruition. The informed listener will, no doubt, find Jung's predictions, and assessment of human nature, spookily accurate. Note: this is my second narration of this essay. The original narration of it was my first narration ever, and I believe this one to be a considerable improvement over the first. Read by Gregg Boethin

How to Stop Wasting Your Life - Carl Jung as Therapist

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The Red Book - Carl Jung’s Gift to the World

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From the year 1914 to 1930, Carl Jung embarked on a special spiritual journey. He called it the "confrontation with the unconscious" and the result of this confrontation was the legendary Red Book. The creation of the Red Book was a significant endeavor for Jung since it contains the nucleus of his later works. It was here that he found inspiration for the conception of his principal theories of the archetypes, the collective unconscious, and the process of individuation. Chapters: Prologue - 00:00 The wrestle with the unconscious - 03:24 Confronting the soul - 06:10 The God inside us - 08:31 Philemon - 11:51 In Closing - 15:03 Ways to Support the Channel ❤️ Check out my ebook ► 🤍 Buy me a coffee ► 🤍 Check out my merch ► 🤍 Donate on Paypal ► 🤍 Donate ₿itcoin ► 345jY1BjcuPoVutB6tLAFW6z23aY8sCvNX Donate Cardano ►addr1v9w3v7t3k7qfgtjpk6zuhjzez7mgtx04w8ud7jr4hwj8v9qdh8kpa ▉ Social Media ▉ ► Instagram: 🤍 ► Twitter: 🤍 ► Facebook: 🤍 ▉ More Episodes ▉ Shadow ► 🤍 Absurdism ► 🤍 Modern Man in search of a soul ► 🤍 ▉ Sources ▉ Sources: 🤍 Artists featured: SamuelC, Johnny2x4, sallybrabbit, kidmograph, pi-slices © Metamorphosis #redbook #carljung

An Introduction to Carl Jung’s Psychology via The Four Stages of Alchemy

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Ultimately, to truly comprehend what Carl Jung was trying to say, one must inevitably understand the role that the non-rational plays to allow further and continual development of the personality: such as acknowledging the role of archetypal symbolism of myths or other texts and rituals like alchemy. Part 1: Intro - 0:00 Carl Gustav Jung - 0:08 Alchemy - 0:31 Egyptian and Mesopotamian Myths - 0:38 Judaism and Christianity - 0:49 Taoism and Balance - 0:58 Other Archetypes like Yggdrasil, Flood, etc. - 1:03 Dreams, Intuitions, and Theory of Archetypes - 1:11 Part 2: Archetypal Patterns of Personality - 2:05 The Shadow - 2:55 The Anima/Animus - 3:13 The Wise Old Man/Woman - 3:50 The Self - 4:18 Relating to Alchemy - 4:42 Magnum Opus/Philosopher's Stone; Holy Grail/Elixir of Life - 4:51 Part 3: Four Archetypal Patterns of Personality corresponding to Four Stages of Alchemy - 5:39 The Blackening; Death - 5:41 Nigredo - 6:15 Albedo - 6:47 Citrinitas -7:01 Rubedo - 7:22 Lead into Gold; Integration of Shadow into a Unified Self - 7:46 Nigredo/Shadow; Albedo/Anima/Animus; Citrinitas/Wise Old Person; Rubedo/Self - 8:33 Magnum Opus as a Unified Self - 9:34 Part 4: Alchemy as Psycho-Spiritual process - 9:45 Blackening/Nigredo as Key Stages; Death as Catalyst - 10:00 The Path is Difficult - 10:57 Goal of Integration: Hermaphroditism - 11:11 Golden Sun and Dragon - 11:29 Archetypal Integration to be made Conscious; Fallibility of the Ego - 11:59 Listen to One's Self - 12:57 End Quote - 13:20 Indeed, by purely logical and rational means alone, we cannot hope to reach the fulfillment and integration of the personality which Jung speaks about. In fact, it is impossible. One must take a leap of faith; to truly immerse one’s self in Jung’s ideas is to ultimately be religious in the music, grace, light, and darkness which comes from our Self—beyond the conscious and rational ego—with all its intuitions, dreams, symbols, and premonitions. It is dangerous to blindly trust one’s intuitions though. These things can be corrupted, and have a tendency to be justified according to one’s beliefs that aim to hinder one’s own growth, for it requires great courage and effort to become who we are meant to be. As such, it is easy to fool ourselves to become who we think are supposed to be, but not meant to be: it can be done via our own biases, unfound superstitions, projections, stubbornness, and inherent prejudices. Still, in the end, we cannot seek to understand the soulful tune of the world without making this experimental leap to become who we are—to love and to trust (in both continual death and rebirth). Of course, to actualize all this into the world, we need both the ego and the soul to birth the Self. The right (continual) balance then, would be to strive to create the gold that is both material and spiritual, of which the alchemists sought. By also allowing things to fall into place, and constantly accepting the reality of blessings and difficulties (of both the creator and the destroyer), we realize that the concept of serendipity or synchronicity, of meaningful coincidences, then, would be most important to note in relation to the statement that: nothing is an accident. Any copyrighted material used is for educational and commentary purposes. This can be done without permission from copyright owners. In the event of used art that is yours, please feel free contact the channel regarding this issue so that we may resolve it accordingly. If you enjoy this video, consider subscribing to be updated for future content. If you'd like, you can also show your appreciation and support the channel via monetary means through a donation: 🤍 Thank you and cheers. #Jung #Alchemy #Mythology #Archetypes #Unconscious

The Life and Sad Ending of Carl Jung Documentary - Biography of the life of Carl Jung

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Carl Jung believed in the “complex,” or emotionally charged associations. He collaborated with Sigmund Freud, but disagreed with him about the sexual basis of neuroses. Jung founded analytical psychology, advancing the idea of introvert and extrovert personalities, archetypes and the power of the unconscious. Jung published numerous works during his lifetime, and his ideas have had reverberations traveling beyond the field of psychiatry, extending into art, literature and religion as well. #People #History #Documentary #Biography

Carl Jung about his First Moment of Self-Awareness

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Original face to face interview with Carl Jung. He talks about his first moment of self-awareness when he was 11 years old. #CarlJung #Selfawareness #Psychology #consciousness Carl Jung about Death: 🤍 Carl Jung about Finding his Passion: 🤍 Schedule a FREE call with me to see how working together would look like ► 🤍 My Website ► 🤍 Original Interview: 🤍 Music: Grass - Silent Partner 🤍 🤍

Jung's original work: Introverted Feeling (Fi) Type by Carl Jung

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Credits to Carl Jung (Psychological Types) for the descriptions. Most likely translation in 21th century official MBTI of Fi type: INFP, ISFP, INFJ, ISFJ - - - IMPORTANT NOTE: Fi is NOT a cognitive function... It's rather a function TYPE! Specifically the descriptions of Chapter X are function types at stage 3 of differentiation described in an unhealthy version... Most people will have a more balanced healthier version. Check Jung Typology Explained by Vendrah (Typology Triad) for interesting observations about Jung's original work. The actual cognitive functions are stuff like working memory etc that aid the implementation of defensive strategy set by instinct(s) + tritype (check Katherine's Fauvre)... In order of importance: soul, core energetics, instincts, tritype and lastly cognitive tools (like working memory etc). In other words Jung saw the implementation of defensive strategies at surface level and ommitted the hindbrain in the process. - - - Recommend test to find your jungian type based on Jung's original work without extra additions: 🤍 #personality #cognitivefunctions #Fi #carljung #INFP #ISFP #infj #isfj #mbti #vultology #howtotype #typepolice #cheesepolice #coachparra #coachricioppoparra #objectivepersonality TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) Intro (0:21) Fi (5:21) Introverted Feeling Type (14:16) Final note

Carl Jung on His Own Psychological Type [MBTI, Socionics, Etc.]

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Dr. Carl Gustav Jung in an interview discussing his dominant functions and misconceptions about typology. "I am also convinced that, had I myself chanced to possess a different individual psychology, I should have described the rational types in the reversed way... " - C.G. Jung, Psychological Types Thanks for watching, do Like & Share. Check out my channel for more Jung and other topics.

“This is why I admire Carl Jung” - Jordan Peterson

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Jordan Peterson explains why he admires Carl Jung. Subscribe for more videos like this. ▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂ ➤➤Speaker: Jordan Peterson Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ➤➤Video Sources: John Stossel 🤍 Jordan Peterson 🤍 Storyblocks 🤍 Pexels Video 🤍 Videvo 🤍 Canva 🤍 ➤➤Music: YouTube Audio Library ➤➤Editor: Jordan Peterson Notes 🤍 ▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂▂ Fair Use Disclaimer: Our purpose is to produce quality, educational and motivational video content, and to share it with our viewers. This video has no negative impact on the original works. This video is used for educational purposes. This video is transformative in nature. This channel’s owner claims no copyright, and cannot be held accountable. If you are the legal content owner of any videos used here and would like them removed, please contact wisacq🤍gmail.com. Any infringement was not done on purpose and will be rectified to the satisfaction of all parties.

Carl Jung and The Collective Unconscious

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Carl Jung’s collective unconscious is one of his most well-known (and controversial) concepts. The collective unconscious is the aspect of the unconscious mind which manifests inherited, universal themes which run through all human life. He came upon the idea in a dream. The collective unconscious does not owe its existence to personal experience and consequently is not a personal acquisition, while the personal unconscious is made up essentially of contents which have at one time been conscious but which have disappeared from consciousness through having been forgotten or repressed. The personal unconscious consists of complexes, while the collective unconscious is made up of archetypes (or primordial images). Archetypes are collectively-inherited forms or patterns of behaviour. They reflect basic patterns common to us all, and which have existed universally since the dawn of time. ⭐ Support this channel: 🤍 📨 Subscribe with email 🤍 📺 YouTube Member Perks: 🤍 ☕ Donate a Coffee: 🤍 📘 PayPal 🤍 🛒 Official Merch: 🤍 🎨 Access transcript and artwork gallery: 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📚 Recommended Reading ▶ Man and His Symbols (1964) 🤍 ▶ Modern Man In Search of a Soul (1933) 🤍 ▶ Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1961) 🤍 🎧 Prefer Audiobooks? Get a 30-day Audible Plus FREE trial: ▶ 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📺 Odysee ➔ 🤍 📺 Rumble ➔ 🤍 🐦 Twitter ➔ 🤍 📷 Instagram ➔ 🤍 📘 Facebook ➔ 🤍 📱 Discord ➔ 🤍 🎧 Podcast ➔ 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ⌛ Timestamps 0:00 Jung’s Discovery of The Collective Unconscious 3:31 Personal Unconscious & Complexes 5:05 Collective Unconscious & Archetypes 9:17 The Psychological Meaning of The Collective Unconscious 11:30 Method of Proof: Dreams and Active Imagination 13:26 Confrontation with the Unconscious ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 📝 Sources Jung, C. G. (1936). The concept of the collective unconscious. Collected works, 9(1), 42 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ 🎶 Music used 1. Anguish – Kevin MacLeod 2. Lightless Dawn – Kevin MacLeod 3. Drums of the Deep – Kevin MacLeod 4. Silent Turmoil – Myuu 5. Earnest – Kevin MacLeod 6. Evening Fall Harp – Kevin MacLeod Subscribe to Myuu 🤍 Subscribe to Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 🤍 Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no additional cost to you. Thanks for watching, I appreciate it! #carljung #collectiveunconscious #archetypes

Becoming Your True Self - The Psychology of Carl Jung

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Thank you to the book summary app Blinkist for sponsoring this video. The first 100 people to go to 🤍 will receive free unlimited access for 1 week and 25% off if you decide to get the full membership. In this video, we look into the life and work of one of history's most significant theorists of psychology, Carl Jung. Exploring his model of the psyche, his concept of individuation, and his philosophy in general, we follow Jung's path toward a more full and complete self. Pursuit of Wonder books available here: The Hidden Story of Every Person: 🤍 Notes from the End of Everything: 🤍 (Also available to more international locations here: 🤍 If you are interested in further supporting the channel, you can shop Pursuit of Wonder merch here: 🤍 Or contribute to the Patreon here: 🤍 Special thank you to our very generous Patreon supporters: Alan Stein Zinzan Heather Liu Siddharth Kothari Stanley Chan Dave Portnoy Jaad Van der Wee Justin Redenbaugh Fathy Abdalla Christian Villanueva George Leontowicz Kelly J. Rose Asael Ramirez Terry Gilmour Follow Pursuit of Wonder on: Instagram at: 🤍 Facebook at: 🤍

Carl Jung on the Soul 🧐🔮 #shorts

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Only he who can detach from the outer world can connect to his soul. The man who lets go of his attachments to the world will find his soul and true self.

9 Life Lessons From Carl Jung (Jungian Philosophy)

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In this video we will be talking about 9 Life Lessons From Carl Jung. He found his own school of psychology, called analytical psychology and his philosophy is dubbed as “Jungian philosophy”. Its concepts can apply to many topics covered in the humanities and the social sciences. So with that in mind, here are 9 important lessons that we can learn from Carl Jung - 01. Look inside yourself first 02. Integrate your contraries 03. Analyze your dreams 04. Learn to face reality 05. Be aware of superstitions 06. Think, do not judge 07. Avoid excessive pride 08. Be eager to grow older 09. Tell your story I hope you enjoyed watching the video and hope these 9 Life Lessons From Carl Jung will add value to your life. Carl Jung, together with Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler, is one of the 3 founders of psychoanalysis which is a set of psychological theories and methods aiming to release repressed emotions and experiences - in other words, to make the unconscious conscious. Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875 and died in 1961, leaving behind great works in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology and religious studies. Jung had Freud as a mentor for a good part of his career but later he departed from him. This division was painful for Jung and it led him to found his own school of psychology, called analytical psychology as a comprehensive system separate from psychoanalysis. If classical psychoanalysis focuses on the patient’s past, as early experiences are very important in personality development, analytical psychology primarily focuses on the present, on mythology, folklore, and cultural experiences, to try to understand human consciousness. One of the most important ideas of analytical psychology which Jung founded is the process of individuation, which is the process of finding the self - something Jung considered an important task in human development. While he did not formulate a systematic philosophy, he is nonetheless considered a sophisticated philosopher - his school of thought dubbed “Jungian philosophy”. Its concepts can apply to many topics covered in the humanities and the social sciences. A good part of his work was published after his death and indeed there are still some articles written by him that to this day have yet to be published. Some of his most important books are: “Psychology of the Unconscious”, “Man and His Symbols”, “The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious”, “Modern Man In Search of a Soul”, “The Psychology of the Transference”, “Memories, Dreams, Thoughts”, and “The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious”. Besides being a great writer and a researcher, he was also an artist, a craftsman and even a builder. His contribution is enormous and there is a great deal we can learn from his works. Research/Writing: Bianca-Adina Szasz 🤍 Narration/Audio Editing: Dan Mellins-Cohen 🤍 Music - Enchanting Inspirational Music - Royalty Free - This Moment 🤍 Subscribe To Philosophies for Life 🤍

Carl Jung Talk - The World Within. The Power Of Imagination.

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The highest, most decisive experience is to be alone with one’s own self. You must be alone to find out what supports you, when you find that you can not support yourself. Only this experience can give you an indestructible foundation. It is my mind, with its store of images, that gives the world color and sound; and that supremely real and rational certainty which I can “experience” is, in its most simple form, an exceedingly complicated structure of mental images. Thus there is, in a certain sense, nothing that is directly experienced except the mind itself. Everything is mediated through the mind, translated, filtered, allegorized, twisted, even falsified by it. We are enveloped in a cloud of changing and endlessly shifting images. - Carl Jung 🧡 Watch the full talk - 🤍 Outro music ©Joachim Heinrich 🤍 🤍 🧡 Video edit & Transcription: Spiritual Mind ❤️Instagram: 🤍 🧡Twitter: 🤍 💛Facebook: 🤍 💜Email: spiritualmind7🤍outlook.com 💙Affiliate: 🤍 Affiliate Link Disclaimer: Amazon links are affiliate links that let you help support the creation of more videos on this channel at no extra cost. Channel Disclaimer: The videos provided are for informational and educational purposes and is not a substitute for professional services. As the information shared cannot provide a professional relationship to the viewer in order to diagnose, treat, or cure; it is advised that the viewer seek a qualified professional for their specific needs if it is required.

Carl Jung's 9 Rules of Dream Interpretation

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Carl Jung's 9 Rules of Dream Interpretation In this video, I explore Carl Jung's ideas around dream analysis and dream interpretation. Jung was very open and flexible in approaching the mysterious nature of dreams in his psychiatric sessions with patients. Although there always has to remain an openness to the interpretation of dreams, Jung has outlined quite a few 'rules' that are based on his experience and conceptualization of the unconscious. These dream interpretation rules are like guidelines to keep us from getting lost in the mysterious nature of the unconscious psychic activity - that receive as dreams. Other videos on Carl Jung and Dream Analysis from other channels: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 My other video, Carl Jung: Introduction to Dream Analysis: 🤍

Carl Jung - How To Become Psychologically Mature (Jungian Philosophy)

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Become smarter in 5 minutes by signing up to Morning Brew for free today: 🤍 Carl Jung - How To Become Psychologically Mature (Jungian Philosophy) In this video we will be talking about how to become psychologically mature from the philosophy of Carl Jung. Although Carl Jung’s work does not reflect a systematic philosophy, his contribution to the realm of philosophy is significant and often referred to as “Jungian philosophy”. Becoming psychologically mature does not happen overnight, it is a long process which takes place over a lifetime, and you need to go through the 4 stages. To help you navigate them smoothly and avoid the pitfalls in the way of becoming psychologically mature, in this video we will talk about the 4 stages of life in detail and how you can make the most of them in order to reach the highest levels of maturity according to the philosophy of Carl Jung. The four stages to become psychologically mature are - 01. The Athlete Stage 02. The Warrior Stage 03. The Statement Stage 04. The Spirit Stage I hope you enjoyed watching the video and hope these lessons on how to become psychologically mature from the philosophy of Carl Jung will add value to your life. Carl Jung, together with Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler, is one of the 3 founders of psychoanalysis which is a set of psychological theories and methods aiming to release repressed emotions and experiences - in other words, to make the unconscious conscious. Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875 and died in 1961, leaving behind great works in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology and religious studies. Jung had Freud as a mentor for a good part of his career but later he departed from him. This division was painful for Jung and it led him to found his own school of psychology, called analytical psychology as a comprehensive system separate from psychoanalysis. If classical psychoanalysis focuses on the patient’s past, as early experiences are very important in personality development, analytical psychology primarily focuses on the present, on mythology, folklore, and cultural experiences, to try to understand human consciousness. One of the most important ideas of analytical psychology which Jung founded is the process of individuation, which is the process of finding the self - something Jung considered an important task in human development. While he did not formulate a systematic philosophy, he is nonetheless considered a sophisticated philosopher - his school of thought dubbed “Jungian philosophy”. Its concepts can apply to many topics covered in the humanities and the social sciences. A good part of his work was published after his death and indeed there are still some articles written by him that to this day have yet to be published. Some of his most important books are: “Psychology of the Unconscious”, “Man and His Symbols”, “The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious”, “Modern Man In Search of a Soul”, “The Psychology of the Transference”, “Memories, Dreams, Thoughts”, and “The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious”. Besides being a great writer and a researcher, he was also an artist, a craftsman and even a builder. His contribution is enormous and there is a great deal we can learn from his works. Research/Writing: Bianca-Adina Szasz 🤍 Narration/Audio Editing: Dan Mellins-Cohen 🤍 Music - Enchanting Inspirational Music - Royalty Free - This Moment 🤍 Subscribe To Philosophies for Life 🤍

Carl Jung - How To Know Yourself Better (Jungian Philosophy)

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In this video we will be talking about how to know yourself better from the philosophy of Carl Jung. He found his own school of psychology, called analytical psychology and his philosophy is dubbed as “Jungian philosophy”. So with that in mind, here are 7 ways to know yourself better from Carl Jung - 01. Draw Mandalas 02. Understand your subconscious impulses 03. Know your fears 04. Face your emotions 05. Understand your dreams 06. Take time to be alone 07. Ask others what they think about you I hope you enjoyed watching the video and hope these 7 ways philosophy from the philosophy of Carl Jung will help you in knowing yourself better. Carl Jung, together with Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler, is one of the 3 founders of psychoanalysis which is a set of psychological theories and methods aiming to release repressed emotions and experiences - in other words, to make the unconscious conscious. Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875 and died in 1961, leaving behind great works in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology and religious studies. Jung had Freud as a mentor for a good part of his career but later he departed from him. This division was painful for Jung and it led him to found his own school of psychology, called analytical psychology as a comprehensive system separate from psychoanalysis. If classical psychoanalysis focuses on the patient’s past, as early experiences are very important in personality development, analytical psychology primarily focuses on the present, on mythology, folklore, and cultural experiences, to try to understand human consciousness. One of the most important ideas of analytical psychology which Jung founded is the process of individuation, which is the process of finding the self - something Jung considered an important task in human development. While he did not formulate a systematic philosophy, he is nonetheless considered a sophisticated philosopher - his school of thought dubbed “Jungian philosophy”. Its concepts can apply to many topics covered in the humanities and the social sciences. A good part of his work was published after his death and indeed there are still some articles written by him that to this day have yet to be published. Some of his most important books are: “Psychology of the Unconscious”, “Man and His Symbols”, “The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious”, “Modern Man In Search of a Soul”, “The Psychology of the Transference”, “Memories, Dreams, Thoughts”, and “The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious”. Besides being a great writer and a researcher, he was also an artist, a craftsman and even a builder. His contribution is enormous and there is a great deal we can learn from his works. Research/Writing: Bianca-Adina Szasz 🤍 Narration/Audio Editing: Dan Mellins-Cohen 🤍 Music - Enchanting Inspirational Music - Royalty Free - This Moment 🤍 Subscribe To Philosophies for Life 🤍

Sigmund Freud vs Carl Jung Theory Part 1 of 3 | Consciousness And Unconsciousness

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the Differences Between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud ▶Subscribe to our channel ➡🤍 Thanks for watching🙏 #Inspirational #quoteschannel #keepmovingforward #quotes - Copyright info: * We must state that in NO way, shape or form am I intending to infringe the rights of the copyright holder. The content used is strictly for research/reviewing purposes and to help educate. All under the Fair Use law. This video is used for teaching purposes. We make these videos to educate others in a motivational/inspirational form. We do not own the videos and music used in our videos. If any owners of the content clips would like us to remove their video, we will do so as soon as possible.

Carl Jung, psychologist, quotes, we need more wise people like him 🙌

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