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Illustration/painting by Carl G. Jung in his Red Book (Liber Novus)

Carl Jung The Red Book

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

Ego and Archetype by Edward F. Edinger. A Jungian look at myth and symbolism. A nice balance to more esoteric interpretations that offer another fascinating and useful look into the realms of the collective unconscious, the role of the ego and it's emergence and dependence on the Self. I find this book does help to understand esoteric wisdom from a reverse kind of way, and offers another piece of the puzzle so that the reader may be more whole.

Edward F. EDINGER " Ego and Archetype: Individuation and the Religious Function of the Psyche " _ I must read this one.

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All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

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All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

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ILLUMINATING MANUSCRIPT: “It could pass for a Bible rendered by a medieval monk,” art critic Peter Frank said of The Red Book. It just happens that Jung’s art is “dedicated not to the glory of God or king, but to that of the human race.