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Joseph Campbell

ascensionblog:

There’s something miraculously akin to Tantric Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Hinduism, Buddhism as well as Alchemical processes in Carl Jung’s own journey, which he documented in his “Red Book”.

All of these processes share something in common: they are parts and representations/metaphors of the human psyche.

ascensionblog:

There’s something miraculously akin to Tantric Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Hinduism, Buddhism as well as Alchemical processes in Carl Jung’s own journey, which he documented in his “Red Book”.

All of these processes share something in common: they are parts and representations/metaphors of the human psyche.

(via theothersidetimes)

ildved:

[Carl Jung’s warning to a Doctor]
Dear Dr. N., 2 December 1937
I have the feeling that you are really going a bit too far.

We should make a halt before something destructive. You know what my attitude is to the unconscious.
There is no point in delivering oneself over to it to the last drop.
If that were the right procedure, nature would never have invented consciousness, and then the animals would be the ideal embodiments of the unconscious.
In my view it is absolutely essential always to have our consciousness well enough in hand to pay sufficient attention to our reality, to the Here and Now.
Otherwise we are in danger of being overrun by an unconscious which knows nothing of this human world of ours.
The unconscious can realize itself only with the help of consciousness and under its constant control.
At the same time consciousness must keep one eye on the unconscious and the other focused just as clearly on the potentialities of human existence and human relationships.
I certainly don’t want to interfere, but before I go to India I would beg you to reflect on this warning.
With kindest regards,
Yours, Carl
~Letters, Volume 1, Pages 239-240. Image: The Red Book, p. 119

ildved:

[Carl Jung’s warning to a Doctor]

Dear Dr. N., 2 December 1937

I have the feeling that you are really going a bit too far.

We should make a halt before something destructive. You know what my attitude is to the unconscious.

There is no point in delivering oneself over to it to the last drop.

If that were the right procedure, nature would never have invented consciousness, and then the animals would be the ideal embodiments of the unconscious.

In my view it is absolutely essential always to have our consciousness well enough in hand to pay sufficient attention to our reality, to the Here and Now.

Otherwise we are in danger of being overrun by an unconscious which knows nothing of this human world of ours.

The unconscious can realize itself only with the help of consciousness and under its constant control.

At the same time consciousness must keep one eye on the unconscious and the other focused just as clearly on the potentialities of human existence and human relationships.

I certainly don’t want to interfere, but before I go to India I would beg you to reflect on this warning.

With kindest regards,

Yours, Carl

~Letters, Volume 1, Pages 239-240. Image: The Red Book, p. 119

(Source: carljungdepthpsychology.blogspot.com, via theothersidetimes)

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L’enfer Cabaret, Boulevard de Clichy, Montmartre, Paris

Built circa 1890; demolished circa 1952.

Entertainment inside the “inferno of hell” included musicians dressed as devils and interior volcanos that spewed scented lava of molten gold. 

After the “cabaret artistique” was demolished, the site became a Monoprix retail store.

(via maninthebottle)

Daiitoku
(Japanese version of Yamantanka)

Daiitoku

(Japanese version of Yamantanka)

Palden Lhamo

Palden Lhamo