Tuesday, June 12, 2007

A Brief Introduction to the Psychology of

Carl Gustaf Jung (1875-1961)

The swiss Psychologist Carl G. Jung is considered one of the founders of modern psychoanalytic theory. His discoveries include such concepts as the collective unconscious, archetypes, psychological types, active imagination, synchronicity and the life long process of "self becoming" known as individuation. His interpretations of religious and parapsychological phenomena, his work with dreams, and his profound understanding of the language of myths and symbols are only a few of his accomplishments that have contributed to the exploration of human consciousness in our time.

Click here for a biography of Carl G. Jung

For more information on Carl G. Jung and his work, click here to visit the C.G. Jung Homepage http://www.cgjung.com.

To learn more about Jungian Personality types visit the netsite of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter which is based on the Myers-Briggs Typology Indicator click here http://keirsey.com

Or click here to take the personality test

You can click here to view illustrations of theJungian concept of Consciousness and related concepts.

Click here to visit the website of the Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology of Argentina http://www.fundacion-jung.com.ar which is presented in both Spanish and English.

Visit the Myths, dreams and symbols site: http://www.mythsdreamssymbols.com/

The C.G. Jung Institute for the Study of Analytic Psychology

in Kusnacht, Switzerland http://www.junginstitut.ch/

click here to go to Dr. Mark's Homepage

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Carl Jung in his study at home in Kusnacht, Switzerland Franz Jung in his father's study

GOTO WEBSOURCE TO SEE: The photos on this page are from the following sources: C. G. Jung color portrait from postcard sold at Jung Institute in Zurich; Picture of Jung Institute in Zurich from postcard sold at Jung Institute in Zurich; Picture of CG Jung in his study scanned from Man and His Symbols, hardcover edition; Picture of Franz Jung's from Lydia Holdert who is also seen in the photo.


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