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By C. G. Jung

Essays which kingdom the basics of Jung's mental approach: "On the Psychology of the Unconscious" and "The relatives among the Ego and the Unconscious," with their unique models in an appendix.

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She is only one of its aspects. This is shown by the very fact of her femininity. What is not-I, not masculine, is most probably feminine, and because the not-I is felt as not belonging to me and therefore as outside me, the anima-image is usually projected upon women. Either sex is inhabited by the opposite sex up to a point, for, biologically speaking, it is simply the greater number of masculine genes that tips the scales in 30 La Rochefoucauld, Pensies DLX. Quoted in Symbols of Transformation, p.

Thought was essentially revelation, not invented but forced upon us or bringing conviction through its imme­ diacy and actuality. Thinking of this kind precedes the primi­ tive ego-consciousness, and the latter is more its object than its subject. But we ourselves have not yet climbed the last peak of consciousness, so we also have a pre-existent thinking, of which we are not aware so long as we are supported by traditional symbols—or, to put it in the language of dreams, so long as the father or the king is not dead.

And the answer is: "He who loves God takes seven reincarnations to reach perfection, and he who hates God takes only three, for he who hates God will think of him more than he who loves him," Freedom from opposites presupposes their functional equivalence, and this offends our Christian feelings. Nonetheless, as our dream example shows, the balanced co-operation of moral opposites is a natural truth which has been recognized just as naturally by the East. The clearest example of this is to be found in Taoist philosophy.

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