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Posted - Apr 08 2021 :  06:10:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  Get a Link to this Message
Hey all,

I would like to share with you Jungs's Memories, Dreams, Reflection.

Beyond his work as a psychologist and researcher of the subconscious, he showed profound wisdom in his old age, sharing his insights into human consciousness. Coming to find his realizations familiar to eastern spirituality and non-dualism. His vivid dreams and visions brought to light inner-processes, some that worked on a larger than personal scale, some as his mandalas showed the transformation of the subtle body.

All in all, a good read

"WHEN PEOPLE SAY I am wise, or a sage, I cannot accept it. A
man once dipped a hatful of water from a stream. What did that
amount to? I am not that stream. I am at the stream, but I do nothing.
Other people are at the same stream, but most of them find they
have to do something with it. I do nothing. I never think that I am the
one who must see to it that cherries grow on stalks. I stand and
behold, admiring what nature can do.
There is a fine old story about a student who came to a rabbi and
said, "In the olden days there were men who saw the face of God.
Why don't they any more?" The rabbi replied, "Because nowadays
no one can stoop so low"
One must stoop a little in order to fetch water from the stream.
The difference between most people and myself is that for me the
"dividing walls" are transparent. That is my peculiarity. Others find
these walls so opaque that they see nothing behind them and
therefore think nothing is there. To some extent I perceive the
processes going on in the background, and that gives me an inner
certainty. People who see nothing have no certainties and can draw
no conclusions or do not trust them even if they do. I do not know
what started me off perceiving the stream of life. Probably the
unconscious itself. Or perhaps my early dreams. They determined
my course from the beginning."

Edited by - zamolxes on Apr 08 2021 07:58:39 AM
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