Carl Gustav Jung


«If only I had time to paint, it soothes me like no other activity.»
Jung, quote from a personal letter

Carl Gustav Jung 1875 – 1961
Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist. He was the founder of analytical psychology. He based his teachings on experiences in his clinical practice as well as on mythology, religious psychology and his knowledge of comparative symbolism. In order to trace the contents of the collective unconscious, he immersed himself for years in the visionary writings of the alchemists, such as Paracelsus. His work is characterized by a large number of new concepts and principles, such as the concept of synchronicity.


“My speech is imperfect. Not because I want to shine with words, but out of the impossibility of finding those words, I speak in images.

With nothing else can I express the words from the depths”.

Carl Jung: The Red Book


Introduction to Carl Gustav Jung: The Psyche, Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious Part1
Carl Gustav Jung: In His Own Words Documentary 1990
Carl Gustav Jung: What are the Archetypes?
Carl Gustav Jung: The Power of Imagination

Carl Gustav Jung:  Imagination and Spiritual Sight

Carl Gustav Jung: The Shadow and the Dangers of Psychological Projection

Carl Gustav Jung: on Accepting the Darkness of Self and Others

A Journey to the Land of Carl Gustav Jung

The C.G.Junghaus


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