(epub) Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé By C.G. Jung – Kindle eBook or Book

  • Paperback
  • 416
  • Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé
  • C.G. Jung
  • Romanian
  • 02 October 2017
  • null

C.G. Jung ✓ 1 REVIEW

REVIEW Ò Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé Mai intime despre religie numai în Amintiri Şi din aceleaşi experienţe lăuntrice s a născut originala operă jungianăConsiderându le incompatibile cu contribuţia sa ştiinţifică Jung nu şi a inclus Amintirile în corpusul Operelor complete Şi totuşi această carte autobiografică rămâne cea mai bună introducere în psihologia analitică jungiană aici pot fi găsite originea şi semnificaţia conceptelor ei fundamentale – de la „inconştient colectiv“ şi „arhetipuri“ până la „individuaţie?. I love Jung I love him so much I bought the t shirt Seriously for my birthday I got a t shirt with Jung s big white face on it and I wear it all the time He looks pretty serious I want people to know that Jung is watching them so behaveSometimes I wonder Am I a Jungian Not really But I could be Everytime I read Jung I feel a greater part of myself converted I do have a compulsive interest in dreams Murakami s short stories do strike a chord with me As skeptical as I am about everything I have to admit that in my heart I m monk who yearns for a religionI love Jung becauseHis psycho gospel is a path of intense personal spirituality It s an attitude of searching for and claiming a truth peculiar to oneself It s a cry against the materialism of super rational modernism Meaninglessness he says is a mental illness The alternative is a milieu of your own images and symbols and intuitive experiences that while deeply subjective serves to make the world a bigger place Now how could an aspiring writer like me not sign up for that The individuation process is basically what a novel doesThe seriousness of his play When Jung got stuck he drew mandalas and built sandcastles He approached these playful activities with all seriousness of thought I admire anyone who works out his own salvation with fear and trembling by playing games by trying on costumes by making up storiesHe considered himself a man of science I have to laugh at that sometimes Like when he says things such as Astrology is in the process of becoming a science I have to wonder how scientific his science is And yet he did shed his dogmas and he did seek to observe the psyche with all objectivity His psycho gospel was born from those conclusions And he was most certainly willing to sacrifice to the gods he discovered behind the curtain When I think of that all the rigor he applied the texts of dreams and fairy tales and alchemy and gnosticism and crazy talk it occurs to me that he may very well have dedicated his entire life to nonsense and yet something inside me rather than being turned off by that says RIGHT ONThis is a great book He loses me at times he always does but even when I don t find his conclusions compelling he as a character always compels me I loved learning that he was a creepy child I loved the first hand account of his falling out with Freud The prologue exudes a wisdom that I can t put a finger on and might function better as an epilogue It presents I think a man reposed in a world of his own making His world is huge and so he s free to move around it as he pleases It s well lit too so he s warm and sure footed and is able to see far ahead

REVIEW Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela JafféErinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé

REVIEW Ò Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé Intuirea de la o vârstă incredibil de fragedă a unei entităţi psihice autonome formidabila coliziune cu inconştientul târzia lui autorealizare „Viaţa mea spune Jung de la bun început este povestea unei realizări de sine a inconştientului“Această „a doua“ viaţă cea lăuntrică s a exprimat în vise viziuni călătorii în spaţii extramundane experienţa nemijlocită a lui Dumnezeu – toate mărturisite public de Jung alături de premoniţiile sale asupra viitorului umanităţii şi de gândurile cele. This book is not an autobiography in the normal sense We are given little information about family details We are told in one sentence I have a wife and five children That s about it for family details At the end of the book are four appendixes two of which are letters written to his wife when he was traveling in the US and then later in Africa These letters are in fact special they showed me the ordinary man not the man espousing his theories They were delightfully creative and well written but there are only a few and they are short This book is instead about Carl Gustav Jung s 1875 1961 theories his philosophy and how it developed At the age of 81 he agreed to sit down one afternoon every week to talk with his colleague and friend Aniela Jaff This book is the result of their collaboration It was decided that he would write a few chapters about his youth he felt an inner need to do this but otherwise the book is based on their conversations which she recorded and edited A chapter entitled Later Thoughts concludes the book Both this and the chapters on his youth have a different feel and I bet both were written by him They are abstruse These were the hardest to comprehend particularly in those parts where he speaks of religion Nevertheless having read the book I do now have a better understanding of his philosophy The book is very much an expression of Jung s views He is telling us how he thinks There is no debate Jaff does not critically analyze or counter with opposing views We hear neither her uestions nor her thoughts The book could have been tightened and at times better organized Sometimes it is extremely wordy Jung tells us that he disagreed with Freud s emphasis on sexuality Then later in the book we are old that Freud came to modify his view How his view changed is not clarified and this could have been mentioned the first time aroundIn the latter half of the book Jung travels to Africa and India and Italy Some other places too He states he wants to look at Europeans and himself from a different cultural perspective He wants to look in from the outside Here we go deeper into his views on myths and culture Definitely interesting but I cannot say I would necessarily draw the same conclusions This doesn t really matter though this is a book about his views certainly not mine Except maybe his reasoning hasn t properly been made clear this could be classified as a weakness of the book Dreamsdreams He tells us of a zillion dreams and what they mean These dreams are extremely detailed Let me just state that his ability to recall such details pushes credibility I had trouble accepting some of the conclusions drawn On several occasions he explained dreams after time had passed and after other important events had occurred claiming the dreams foresaw future events That is explaining after you have the facts and I don t buy such reasoning There is no proof in this At points the mystical and paranormal theories espoused pushed credibility for me Jung does not consider this book to be one of the set defining his philosophy We are uite often referred to those books insteadThe audiobook narration by James Cameron Stewart was absolutely excellent It could not in any way have been improved Simple to follow All of the words are clear and the speed with which it is read gives you time to think You need time to think when you read this book Jung uses lots of terms that you have to get glued into your head if you are to follow his thought processes I am glad I read the book I see it as a primer on Jung s philosophy much than a biography autobiography of his life Wood Pallet Projects: Cool and Easy-to-Make Projects for the Home and Garden (Fox Chapel Publishing) Learn How to Upcycle Pallets to Make One-of-a-Kind Furniture & Accessories, from Boxes to a Ukulele zillion dreams and what they mean These dreams are extremely detailed Let me just state that his ability to recall such details pushes credibility I had trouble accepting some of the conclusions drawn On several occasions he explained dreams after time had passed and after other important events had occurred claiming the dreams foresaw future events That is explaining after you have the facts and I don t buy such reasoning There is no proof in this At points the mystical and paranormal theories espoused pushed credibility for me Jung does not consider this book to be one of the set defining his philosophy We are uite often referred to those books insteadThe audiobook narration by James Cameron Stewart was absolutely excellent It could not in any way have been improved Simple to follow All of the words are clear and the speed with which it is read gives you time to think You need time to think when you read this book Jung uses lots of terms that you have to get glued into your head if you are to follow his thought processes I am glad I read the book I see it as a primer on Jung s philosophy much than a biography autobiography of his life

SUMMARY Ó KLASS-CHITA.RU ✓ C.G. Jung

REVIEW Ò Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken. Aufgezeichnet und herausgegeben von Aniela Jaffé Cartea autobiografica a lui Jung – una dintre cele mai tulburătoare piese memorialistice ale secolului XX – este săracă în fapte de viaţă exterioară schiţa copilăriei într o familie de pastori o trecere în revistă a practicii de medic psihiatru întâlnirea cu Freud construirea turnului de la Bollingen câteva călătorii în locuri exotice Africa India Dar pe fundalul acestor sumare evenimente exterioare se desenează conturul viguros al unei alte vieţi de infinită bogăţie Treptele ei cronologice sunt. The meaning of my existence is that life has addressed a uestion to me Or conversely I myself am a uestion which is addressed to the world and I must communicate my answer for otherwise I am dependent upon the world s answer Carl Jung Memories Dreams ReflectionsI know very little about psychology but it s a subject I m very interested in A friend recommended Jung to me when I began writing down my dreams some months ago and started noticing some patterns I think this is a great introduction to Jung Jung takes us through his psychic life from a child to an old man and explains how his experiences his dreams and interpretations of dreams shaped his life and brought him to self realization It also goes into his doomed friendship with Freud his interest in symbology and his travels to India Africa New Mexico etc This is one of the most fascinating books I have ever read I loved Jung s approach to psychiatry His uest to understand the human psyche is nothing short of admirable and it s clear that so many have been helped by his work His dedication into his research and understanding is remarkableAlthough Jung s views on alchemy and religion were definitely a bit out there for me I still respect him for articulating his beliefs in an intelligent and thoughtful mannerI recognized a lot of Jung s thinking patterns in my own and was uite surprised I wasn t the only one who d had those same thoughts As Carl Jung put it I was going about laden with thoughts of which I could speak to no one they would have been misunderstood A lot of what Jung said greatly resonated with me and I wonder whether his Myer Briggs typography was similar or the same as mine INFJThis is a book I think everybody should read Reading it has definitely enriched my life I am astonished disappointed pleased with myself I am distressed depressed rapturous I am all these things at once and cannot add up the sum Carl Jung