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I won't say it's a straight-up easy book to read, but I've never found Jung as difficult to read as everyone says he is. An illuminating look into the life and ideas of an indisputable genius. Definitely a book to be remembered, not only by an individual, but by human society as a whole. ( )
  DF1158 | Oct 20, 2019 |
> Jung fut-il un maître spirituel ? La réponse demeure ambigüe ; s’il ne s'est jamais posé comme tel, un grand nombre de ses analysés ont perçu chez lui cette dimension. On dira sans doute la même chose de Sigmund Freud, à cette différence près que Freud était nettement plus réservé sur les capacités de l’être humain à dépasser ses conflits dans une progression de nature spirituelle, c’est-à-dire incluant la reconnaissance d’une transcendance dont le maître pouvait être le témoin : de cela, par contre, Jung était très fortement persuadé. --Revue Française de Yoga

> La vie de Jung a été sous le signe des passages et des ruptures ; sa grande dépression de 1913-1916 l’a conduit, comme une maladie initiatique, à une profonde mutation intérieure à la lumière de laquelle il fait une relecture de sa pratique de psychanalyste. La notion de changement dont il trouve une remarquable illustration dans le yi-king ; le sens de sa propre finitude, mais d’une continuité de l’inconscient collectif ; sa quête incessante du « sens » ont fait de Jung un véritable « passant » vivant pleinement au présent sans aucune rigidité. --Revue Française de Yoga
  Joop-le-philosophe | Feb 12, 2019 |
C. G. Jung
Recuerdos, sueños pensamientos

Un científico, enfrentado a las desconcertantes
fisonomías y dolores del alma, al final de su vida recapitula
y pone orden no sólo en la memoria de los hechos
vividos sino en el almacén de imágenes que el sueño
proporciona a la conciencia. Gracias al empeño de Jung,
la interpretación de los signos que envuelven nuestra
vida será un ejercicio de veracidad imprescindible.

En la primavera de 1957, cuando contaba 81 años,
C. G. Jung emprendió el relato de su vida con la ayuda
de su colega y amiga Aniela Jaffé. pero en esta auto-biografía
las anécdotas se ponen al servicio exclusivo de
su concepción del inconsciente y del hombre. No se
recogen encuentros con otras celebridades ni se pronuncian
discursos sobre el curso del mundo. En estas
páginas conoceremos su ensimismada infancia, los años
de formación, su ambivalente relación con Freud, los
viajes y los descubrimientos, y la gestación de una religiosidad
que surge de la fuente de imágenes originales que Jung
descubrió en el fondo del alma.

Autobiografíia interior de Jung en la que confluyen su
perturbador testamento vital y la radiografia de su peripecia
del espíritu: memorial analítico que por su propia
naturaleza escapa a toda clasificación.
  FundacionRosacruz | Feb 12, 2018 |
One of the best memoirs ever written, this book has impacted my own dreams. Jung is still vital even as his spirit pervaded the reality of the 70s in almost everything I encountered. ( )
  dbsovereign | Jan 26, 2016 |
I quite liked this book. It is an unusual autobiography. It is an autobiography of his spiritual / intellectual / emotional life rather than a chronology of events.

It does give a fair amount of insight into the gent, though I must say that there were times when I thought that he rambled a bit. Given his age, and the number of thoughts that were probably rushing through his head, I would say that this is understandable

What I like, is the style of writing. Easy to read and follow. I was expecting turgid prose.

Read a chapter a day. Else, it can get a bit confusing, especially if you have other things to do! ( )
  RajivC | Jul 8, 2015 |
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He looked at his own Soul with a Telescope. What seemed all irregular, he saw and shewed to be beautiful Constellations; and he added to the Consciousness hidden worlds within worlds. -- Coleridge, Notebooks
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Prologue -- My life is a story of the self-realization of the unconscious. Everything in the unconscious seeks outward manifestation, and the personality too desires to evolve out of its unconscious conditions and to experience itself as a whole. I cannot employ the language of science to trace this process of growth in myself, for I cannot experience myself as a scientific problem.
When I was six months old, my parents moved from Kesswil on Lake Constance to Laufen, the castle and vicarage above the Falls of the Rhine.
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Philemon and other figures of my fantasies brought home to me the crucial insight that there are things in the psyche which I do not produce, but which produce themselves and have their own life.  Philemon represented a force which was not myself.  In my fantasies I held conversations with him, and he said things which I had not consciously thought.  For I observed clearly that it was he who spoke, not I.  He said I treated thoughts as if I generated them myself, but in his view thoughts were like animals in the forest, or people in a room, or birds in the air, and added, “If you should see people in a room, you would not think that you had made those people, or that you were responsible for them.”  It was he who taught me psychic objectivity, the reality of the psyche.  Through him the distinction was clarified between myself and the object of my thought.  He confronted me in an objective manner, and I understood that there is something in me which can say things that I do not know and do not intend, things which may even be directed against me.
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. Though such imagination is present everywhere, it is both tabooed and dreaded, so that it even appears to be a risky experiment or a questionable adventure to entrust oneself to the uncertain path that leads into the depths of the unconscious. It is considered the path of error, of equivocation and misunderstanding. I am reminded of Goethe's words: "Now let me dare to open wide the gate/Past which men's steps have ever flinching trod." The second part of Faust, too, was more than a literary exercise. It is a link in the Aurea Catena which has existed from the beginnings of philosophical alchemy and Gnosticism down to Nietzsche's Zarathustra. Unpopular, ambiguous, and dangerous, it is a voyage of discovery to the other pole of the world.
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