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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: 🤍
"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.
This short clip is from interview of Dr. Carl Jung. In this clip Jung affirms that we can predict the future. Predicting the future is possible via exploring the subconscious of the people around us. Using this method Jung was able to foresee world war 2 years before it begun.
Carl Jung, the father of analytical psychology answers the question: Is there life after death? Hit the ❤️🔥 button and follow Agrippa’s Diary for more philosophical content on Alchemy, Hermeticism and Western Esotericism! 🌞
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.
A wonderful clip featuring Mary Bancroft from the documentary on C.G. Jung "Matter of The Heart." When Jung poked Mary with a very simple question, she was shown a reflection that she wasn’t quite ready to honesty acknowledge... Her response is a quintessential example of “projection”. Jung's connection to the unconscious meant that he could peer into the depths, and bring it right back out to meet you. This intuitive sensitivity meant that Jung could "know" the (supposedly) unknowable. Watch documentary here: 🤍 #carljung #analyticpsychology #cgjung #matteroftheheart #psychology #telepathy #unconscious #consciousness #spirituality #projection #shadow #analysis #individuation
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. For more Carl Jung check out his greatest book "The Red Book" here: 🤍 ☼ We don't insist, but you might want to subscribe to our channel — 🤍 ► Watch more: Our Favorite — 🤍 Most popular — 🤍 #quotes #lifequotes Thank you for watching, I tried very hard to get this video published and I hope it deserves your attention. © We voice our videos with a real voice (it's not AI/TTS). The material is copyrighted (audio and video), any use without our permission will be punishable under copyright law. We own the licenses to use all of the material in this video, including its thumbnail. Send us e-mail for community post shoutout / collab / promotions — quotescoreinfo🤍gmail.com
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Signup for your FREE trial to Wondrium here: 🤍 WISDOM WEDNESDAY. Every week, you’ll get five powerful quotes from timeless thinkers (combined with some original insight): 🤍 ABOUT THE VIDEO _ In this video, I talk about Carl Jung, The Shadow, individuation, and becoming who you’re afraid to be. Most people are afraid to fully be themselves. They’re afraid to embrace the parts of themselves that might be regarded as unacceptable, because embracing these unacceptable parts makes them feel uncomfortable. So to escape this uncomfortableness, they divide themselves into two halves: conscious and unconscious. In the conscious-half, they construct an ideal image of themselves: an image formed out of the bits and pieces of their past that they deem as good and acceptable. And as result, in the unconscious-half, they repress the parts of themselves that they view as bad and unacceptable. In Jungian psychology, this repressed part of the personality is called /The Shadow/. And unless The Shadow is integrated into the personality, a person can never reach their fullest potential. Instead, one will always remain incomplete, fractured, and partial—living a life of regret rather than the full life that could have been. OUR COURSES _ Coming soon. Sign up to my newsletter to be notified when they release. OUR MERCH _ Coming soon. Sign up to my newsletter to be notified when they release. OUR BOOKS _ Follow No One comes out December 2022. Sign up to my newsletter to receive an e-mail when it comes out and read exclusive essays from the book: 🤍 OUR FAVOURITE TOOLS _ Shortform. The best non-fiction book summaries (unlimited access for 5 days and 20% off an annual subscription when you use my link): 🤍 Adobe. The software I use to make my videos: Epidemic Sound. Where I get my music: 🤍 RELATED VIDEOS _ Practical Philosophy Playlist: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US _ Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 CONNECT WITH ME _ Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Personal Youtube: 🤍 PODCAST _ Freedom in Thought Podcast: 🤍 FURTHER READING _ Carl Jung NOTES _ (1) Videos are just my opinion, for entertainment and informational purposes. Just some things to think about—not advice. (2) Some of the links in the description are affiliate links which I get a kickback from—at no extra cost to you.
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: 🤍
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!
"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).
Carl Jung, in full Carl Gustav Jung, (born July 26, 1875, Kesswil, Switzerland—died June 6, 1961, Küsnacht), Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who founded analytic psychology, in some aspects a response to Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis. Jung proposed and developed the concepts of the extraverted and the introverted personality, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. His work has been influential in psychiatry and in the study of religion, literature, and related fields. In this video, we explore Carl Jung's search for the soul - which entails making the unconscious conscious, confronting the dark night of the soul, shadow work, integrating the anima and animus, and achieving wholeness. This script was written and recorded by Eternalised. Please check out their youtube channel for more insightful videos. 🤍 Please consider supporting After Skool on Patreon 🤍 Visit our site at 🤍 Check out the new After Skool prints! after-skool.creator-spring.com Or send us an email at afterskool100🤍gmail.com Please share, like, comment, subscribe and hit the notifications bell so you don't miss future videos. Thank you. Music by CO.AG Music and Alexander Nakarada
Get early access to our latest psychology lectures: 🤍 The term: ‘archetype’ was coined by the Swiss psychoanalyst and psychiatrist: Carl Gustav Jung. Jung’s work has been influential not only in psychology, but also in anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, and religious studies. The archetypes, Jung argued, influence the unfolding of human development, are the sources of our dreams, and are enacted in the myths and rituals of almost every culture that has ever existed in human history. In this lecture, Dr Kevin Lu, will explore Carl Jung’s theory of archetypes – one of the distinctive features of his analytical psychology. The talk will examine the various ways in which the archetypal concept may be understood, and will focus on the distinction made between archetypes and archetypal images. Dr Lu will also discuss some of the more notable archetypes, including the shadow, the persona, the anima/animus and the Self. Dr Kevin Lu, PhD, is Director of Graduate Studies and Director of the MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies in the Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. He is a former member of the Executive Committee of the International Association for Jungian Studies. Dr. Lu’s publications include articles and chapters on Jung’s relationship to the discipline of history, critical assessments of the theory of cultural complexes, and Jungian perspectives on graphic novels and their adaptation to film. Links: Get our latest psychology lectures emailed to your inbox: 🤍 Check out our next event: 🤍 Information on the MA in Jungian & Post Jungian Studies: 🤍
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Carl Jung was one of the most important psychologists of the previous century. The notion of the shadow is central to the human condition and the ability to deal with it constitutes a challenging endeavor for most of us. I hope that, by watching this video, shadow work reveal some important personal truths and that the process of assimilation will become less strenuous. You can find the REMASTERED version of the video here: 🤍 Ways to Support the Channel: Check out my ebook: 🤍 Buy me a coffee: 🤍 Donate on Paypal: 🤍 Donate ₿itcoin: 345jY1BjcuPoVutB6tLAFW6z23aY8sCvNX Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Image and Video Sources: 🤍abbey.luck: 🤍 Carl Gustav Jung - "Face to Face" (BBC 1959): 🤍 Oussama ZOUAÏMIA: 🤍 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931 film): 🤍 #shadow #carljung
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 🤍 🤍
The most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology. When Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called his “confrontation with the unconscious,” the heart of it was The Red Book, a large, illuminated volume he created between 1914 and 1930. Here he developed his principle theories—of the archetypes, the collective unconscious, and the process of individuation—that transformed psychotherapy from a practice concerned with treatment of the sick into a means for higher development of the personality. Edited by Bearsella Music in this video Song: Robert Holm Artist: Tired #jordanpeterson #carljung #theredbook #psychology #philosophy #12rulesforlife #beyondorder #collectiveunconscious #shadowintegration #jungianshadow #jung #unconscious #archetypes #ego #wisdom
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
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 ► 🤍 🤍
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Jung's 7 Sermons have truly never seen the light of day. Why? It was not written by the Gnostic Basilides in Alexandria, who it was attributed before the release of the Red Book. It also was not written by Philemon, who it was attributed before the release of the Black Book. The sermons occurred rather through C. G. Jung himself. The first sermon of this series dives into psychological cosmology, as Jung discusses two realms. Eternity and creation. Throughout this sermon, we will touch on many psychological concepts such as individuation, the collective unconscious, archetypes, the EGO-Self relationship and more. In addition, we will touch on Gnosticism and Ancient Greek philosophy (Parmenides, Socrates, Plato, Proclus) will help connect back this material to its source. Please let me know what you think, as well as any questions that may arise in the comments! I appreciate your support. Plato's & Parmenides Translations Plato's Parmenides: 🤍 Plato's Republic: 🤍 Parmenides' On Nature Fragments: 🤍 Proclus Commentaries 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Series Introduction 03:52 Sermon 1 Introduction 06:24 Sermon 1 40:52 Conclusion . . . . #carljung #eternity #creation #psychology #reality #oneness #greekphilosophy #plato #gnosticism #collectiveunconscious #individuation #socrates #consciousness
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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's Quotes About Life that are better known in Youth Before Regret in Old Ages ► Who is Carl Gustav Gam? Carl Jung was an early 20th century psychotherapist and psychiatrist who created the field of analytical psychology. He is widely considered one of the most important figures in the history of psychology. Carl Gustav Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875 to Emilie Preiswerk and Paul Jung, a pastor. Because of his father’s faith, Jung developed a keen interest in religious history, but he settled on the study of medicine at the University of Basel. After he completed his medical degree, Jung joined the staff at Burghoelzli Clinic in Zurich, Switzerland as an intern to Eugen Bleuler, where he explored the unconscious mind and its related complexes. He also traveled to Paris to study under Pierre Janet in 1902. In 1905, Jung was appointed to the faculty at the University of Zurich where he worked until 1913. Jung married Emma Rauschenbach in 1903. The couple had five children and remained married until Emma's death in 1955, although Jung's extramarital affairs were extensive. Jung died in Switzerland in 1961. ► This Video is About : Carl Jung's Quotes About Life Carl Jung's Quotes Quotes Quotes About Life Quotes known in Youth ► About Hey, welcome to our channel, Quotes Dose. We produce exclusive poetry renditions, original narrated quote collections, and powerful readings of inspirational literature. We aim to inspire viewers by bringing new life to some of history's most significant, most empowering texts. Our great hope is that you feel better after visiting our channel and are encouraged to live a life that is true to you. We hope you will enjoy the beautiful journey which is about to unfold. ► ( Please Note ) Whatever Poetry, Quotations, Stories we do, are not my Own Property. We Use them under fair use policy of YouTube. We are Neither a Poet Nor A Writer, We simply Present the Heart Touching & Magical Words in our Own Way. ► (What is Fair Use Policy of YouTube) : Fair use is a legal doctrine that says you can reuse copyright-protected material under certain circumstances without getting permission from the copyright owner. ► (How We make Content in My Channel) : First, We write down script, Then We do voiceover, make images, get paid videos, and finally we put them together to make a video. Then a thumbnail.
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
A 1990 Documentary about Carl Gustav Jung that explains his standpoints mainly by using footage of him talking. Free psychology audiobooks.
What does it really mean to mature psychologically and spiritually? Carl Jung’s answer to that question was what he called ‘individuation’ — a lifelong process aimed toward becoming whole, unique, and integrated. But what does that mean practically? What is its deeper, esoteric psycho-spiritual goal? How does it relate to archetypes, our shadows, and even our souls? In this transmission, we explore. Support Third Eye Drops 🌀 🥰 Support TED and join the community on Patreon: 🤍 Hear our 300-plus other podcasts: 🎧 Apple Podcasts: thirdeyedrops.com/itunes 🎧 Spotify: 🤍 🌀 Website 🤍 ✌️Follow Michael on Instagram 🤍
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Part I: Introduction to the Religious and Psychological Problems of Alchemy From Psychology and Alchemy by Carl Jung (1968) 🤍 Stream tips: 🤍
Par Michel Cazenave et Marie Vouilloux. Émission diffusée sur France Culture le 14.11.1985. - Intervenants : - Pierre Solie - Luigi Aurigemma - Elie Humbert - Héritier présomptif de Freud, au moment où la psychanalyse commençait vraiment à s'imposer partout en Europe, Carl Gustav Jung entre en dissidence et va se retrouver durant de nombreuses années au cœur d'une polémique extraordinairement vive et dure, s'attaquant à la fois à sa personne et à son travail. Ce documentaire sonore se propose de réfléchir à sa vie et à son œuvre en s'extrayant des polémiques anciennes, de comprendre quel était l'enjeu véritable de sa recherche et de sa pensée qui ne contredit pas vraiment Freud mais se place à un autre niveau. Il étudie un inconscient différent qui a à voir avec la notion d'âme, l'inconscience de l'âme elle-même. Les textes d'illustration sont lus par Jean Pierre Gernez, Catherine Laborde et Jacqueline Taouss.
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"Man muss immer etwas haben, das für Hunderttausend gut ist, für eine Million, aber nicht nur für den einzelnen Menschen, der ist zu uninteressant! Wir sind zu sehr von der Naturwissenschaft überzeugt, wie nichtig ein Menschenleben ist! (...) Und der Einzelne ist in einem Mass überzeugt von seiner Nichtigkeit, dass er sich gar keine Mühe gibt, irgendwie mit sich selber irgendwo hinzukommen, sich innerlich irgendwie zu entwickeln. Es ist zu hoffnungslos: Der Einzelne ist nichts! Und das ist natürlich eine falsche Auffassung, dass der Einzelne nichts sei: Der Einzelne ist der Lebensträger!" C.G. Jung in diesem Gespräch Georg Gerster interviewte den grossen Schweizer Psychologen C.G. Jung (1875-1961) am 7. Juni 1960 in Küsnacht für das Schweizer Radio. Jung war nicht damit einverstanden, von jemand anderem als Gerster interviewt zu werden. Sechzehn Jahre später erinnerte sich Gerster in einem Brief: „Dr. Jung weigerte sich, ein bestimmtes Thema für unser Interview zu nennen, also musste ich unvorbereitet dorthin gehen." Das Interview wurde erstmals am 3. Juli 1960 und mehrmals bis zum 85. Geburtstag Jungs am 26. Juli 1960 ausgestrahlt. Es wurde am 6 Juni 1966 in Erinnerung an Jungs Tod (am 6. Juni 1961) wiederholt. Hinweis: Es gibt bei diesem Beitrag DEUTSCHE und ENGLISCHE UNTERTITEL! Der Interviewer Georg Gerster (1928-2019) war ein Schweizer Journalist, Fotograf und ein Pionier der Flugbildfotografie. Er war Doktor der Germanistik, Journalist und Fotograf (u.a. bei "National Geographic" und "GEO"). Seit den 1960ern dokumentierte er in mehr als 100 Ländern aller Kontinente archäologische Stätten jeglicher Art, aber auch Gebirge und Wüsten, Küsten und Seen, Agrar- und Industrielandschaften hat er in Flugbildern fotografisch festgehalten. Ein Kurzportrait über Georg Gerster mit einigen seiner grossartigen Flugbilder gibt es auf dem Kanal KunstSpektrum hier: 🤍 #transzendenz #religion #carljungdeutsch #psychology
Carl Jung wrote about the wisdom from the wise old man archetype and his effects on human psychology. With selected sections from the mythical red book and seven sermons to the dead. #carljung #redbook #alchemy #psychology 0:00 -Intro 0:29 -Background Info 3:48 -Synchronicity 4:32 -Knowledge from the Wise Man 9:50 -Analysis
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