By Jung, Carl Gustav; Casement, Ann; Jung, Jung Carl Gustav
'Carl Gustav Jung' is an insightful and available consultant to the lifestyles and paintings of 1 of the founding fathers of psychotherapy and the main influential thinkers nowa days. earlier courses via Ann Casement comprise Post-Jungians Today.
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Y o u go around sniffing out all the symptomatic actions in your vicinity, thus reducing everyone to the level of sons and daughters who blushingly admit the existence of their faults. Meanwhile you remain on top as the father, sitting pretty. (Maguire, 1 9 7 4 : 535) F r e u d (3 J a n u a r y 1 9 1 3 ) : It is a convention among us analysts that none of us need feel ashamed of his own bit of neurosis. But one who while behaving abnormally keeps shouting that he is normal gives ground for the suspicion that he lacks insight into his illness.
Maguire, 1974: 58) The Life of Carl Gustav Jung 23 J u n g (19 August 1907): D o you regard sexuality as the mother of all feelings? Isn't sexuality for you merely one component of the personality (albeit the most important) . . Are there not hysterical symptoms which, though co-determined by the sexual complex, are predominantly conditioned by a sublimation or by a non-sexual complex (profession, job, etc)? (Maguire, 1974: 79) Freud (27 August 1907): For the present I do not believe that anyone is justified in saying that sexuality is the mother of all feelings .
H e a l s o r e p r e s e n t e d for J u n g s u p e r i o r insight a n d b e c a m e a l m o s t like a living p e r s o n a l i t y w i t h w h o m J u n g w o u l d w a l k in the g a r d e n . It is, of course, ironical that I, a psychiatrist, should at almost every step of my experiment have run into the same psychic material which is the stuff of psychosis and is found in the insane. This is the fund of unconscious images which fatally confuse the mental patient. But it is also the matrix of a mythopoeic imagination which has vanished from our rational age.
Carl Gustav Jung by Jung, Carl Gustav; Casement, Ann; Jung, Jung Carl Gustav