NOTES from JUNG’S VISIONS c1976 ISBN 0-88214-111-2, z = Page or New Topic, zz = Sub Topic
z 9 Great Healer – Reading Today ÆÆch realize more clearly thææt:
Ik am not anen Healer
Ik am just anen Midwife
Dan True Spiritual Doctor
Is in mas inner Life
–Tiwaz 2010 rr04eoh
(I am not a Healer
I am just a Midwife
The True Spiritual Doctor
Is in my inner Life.)
z 10 Peacock “When that marvelous beauty of color and form and light appears, then you have a feeling of things unfolding. [is this why I like d Term "Spiritual Unfolding"] ..The spring and the sunrise. … used as a symbol of resurrection … [I would also ad that it can become d Symbol of d Self, a Mandela in d Individuation Process] In the symbolism of the East the peacock also plays a certain role, but more unfavorable. There, it is a proud Luciferian kind of a bird, self-produced and disobedient to the creator of things. In the Kurd tribes there were so-called devil-worshipers who worshiped the peacock as their symbol of creative power. … ”
zz This supports d Argument that we have to be very careful when we take on Symbolic Meaning from one Culture n impose it’s Symbolic Meaning on another. This is one of d great Failings of Comparative Religious Studies n d New Age Movement that can lead a naive Follower into a Spiritual Psychosis & Spiritual Sociopathology. In d Hands of Spiritual Colonialists this can be used as a Tool to subjugated d Targeted Group to be subconsciously Colonized.
z p 14 “The dreams and visions are the products of nature and they are most amazingly uninfluenced even if it looks quite otherwise. I insist on that point, because Freud’s point of view is just the contrary. He thinks that the unconscious is tremendously influenced and certain dreams only come from the fact that one has seen this or that. But I bet anything, if you see a street accident, perhaps a most horrible and impressive scene, that you will dream nothing about it, or if you do, that it will be distorted. Then it is most certainly not only a mere accident, but a symbol that expresses some psychological problem in yourself. The real accident has simply been used as a sort of language…. The unconscious can use it if it suits its purpose, or not at all if it is not symbolic.”
z 14 One Fundamental Difference between Jung n Freud in my Opinion is that Jung believed that Dreams where a Product of a Transcending Healer n not a Product of a Sexually Neurotic Animal that needed to be tamed. Jung therefore believed d Doctor was within while Freud believed he was d Doctor w d Power of Life n Death. This is one of d Reasons I speculate that Psychoanalysis became an Instrument of State Power.
This Argument is supported by Masson’s The Assault on Truth http://www.jeffreymasson.com/other-publications/assault-on-truth.html “In 1895, Sigmund Freud formulated what was perhaps his most profound theory: that emotional disturbances in adults stem from actual early traumatic experiences, the knowledge of which has been repressed. But Freud eventually renounced this theory in favor of a new view, that his women patients had “fantasized” their early memories of rape and seduction – a view on which the whole budding science of psychoanalysis would be based.”
If U r a Rebel or believe U r a Vampire d Jungian will more likely see this as a Transcending Archetype while d Freudian is more likely to lock U up in a Mental Institute n then lobotomize U w Electric Shock Treatments until U r NORMAL for State Consumption!.
z 15 “We can b God knows where in our consciousness, on top of Mount Everest in our intuition — n in our unconscious, not even out of d cradle.” rr09eæh
z 16 “When s plant grows up it is wise enough to develop leaves on both sides,” rr23uhh