By Marie-Luise von Franz
Either a different biographical portrait of Jung, as an individual and as an highbrow pioneer, and a background of the expansion and improvement of 1 person's artistic powers, this booklet is a facsimile variation of a quantity initially released in 1975 .
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Gray, Goethe, the Alchemist, a superficial study. Zimmerman, Das Weltbild des jungen Goethe. 172ff. 105. 144ff. 195. 210ff. 234. It was only after he had discovered the old alchemists that he finally found a form into which he was able to mold even his most personal experiences and convictions in accordance with the Western historical tradition, and a form in which he could communicate them. That was the century to which Jung felt so closely related in his youth that he frequently almost fancied he was living in it.
He is captive and driven by his daimon. "Shamefully A power wrests away the heart from us, For the Heavenly Ones each demand sacrifice; But if it should be withheld Never has that led to good," says Hölderlin. The stone stands among wild anemones, the flower of Attis, a god who symbolized the eternal springlike glory of life. The name Telesphoros means "he who brings completeness"; he is a god of inner transformation. 356–58. Meier, Ancient Incubation and Modern Psychotherapy, passim. He was the green or black god of the underworld and also embodied the spirit of vegetation.
90/95. For Jung it is an expression of the psyche's capacity for selfregulation. 72/79. But why does Jung (footnote continued from previous page) and by temperament gives more weight to the inner object than to the outer. 21/34. 23/35. 22/35. Page 29 47 place quotation marks around the words "frock coat, top hat, and shiny black boots"? 11/25. 53 This dream and the carved manikin are thus answers from the depths of the psyche to the deadly paralyzing Christian atmosphere in which Jung grew up, answers not only to his personal situation but also to a problem which today—nearly a hundred years later—is shaking our culture more and more deeply.
C. G. Jung: His Myth in Our Time (Studies in Jungian Psychology by Jungian Analysts) by Marie-Luise von Franz