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Visions: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1930-1934 by C. G. Jung

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For C. G. Jung, the beautiful and gifted 28-year-old Christiana Morgan was an inspirational and confirming force whose path in self-analysis paralleled his own quest for self-knowledge. By teaching Morgan the trance-like technique of active imagination, Jung launched her on a pilgrimage of archetypal encounters in a quest for psychological integration--encounters she recorded in the words and brilliant paintings that formed the basis of the seminar Jung would give to his circle in Zurich. Here the careful transcriptions of the seminar notes are combined with color reproductions of the visions paintings, offering an unprecedented view of Jung as a teacher and as a man. He speaks candidly and brilliantly in a dialogue with members of the seminar about the Morgan visions, even as he struggles with the feminine principle in his subject and in his own psyche. The theories of his years of intellectual research--the anima and animus, the process of individuation, the mythopoetic archetypes of the collective unconscious--all spring to life in the fiery imagery of the vision quest.

Morgan paints an imaginal landscape where the feminine self crosses into the unconsciousness of night and death. In her visioning she links earth and sky, body and spirit, the infernal and the sublime. Recounting her journey, Jung employs his full range of scholarship and professional experience as he unravels the skein of archetypal parallels from western myth and eastern yoga.

Synopsis:

"The Visions seminars constitute a brilliant and demanding masterpiece that was too long circulated in small circles and kept secret from the general public. The publisher and editor are to be congratulated for bringing this noteworthy historical work into the public domain."--Polly Young-Eisendrath, editor of The Cambridge Companion to Jung

"An extraordinary archival treasure of Jung's work in progress, his style and evolving encounters with the unconscious--his own and his analysands'. Claire Douglas and Princeton University Press are to be applauded for bringing together this inimitable work by the grand master of analytical, archetypal and depth psychology, Carl Gustave Jung."--Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D., diplomate senior Jungian analyst, author of Women Who Run With the Wolves, The Gift of Story, and The Faithful Gardener

Synopsis:

For C. G. Jung, the beautiful and gifted 28-year-old Christiana Morgan was an inspirational and confirming force whose path in self-analysis paralleled his own quest for self-knowledge. By teaching Morgan the trance-like technique of active imagination, Jung launched her on a pilgrimage of archetypal encounters in a quest for psychological integration--encounters she recorded in the words and brilliant paintings that formed the basis of the seminar Jung would give to his circle in Zurich. Here the careful transcriptions of the seminar notes are combined with color reproductions of the visions paintings, offering an unprecedented view of Jung as a teacher and as a man. He speaks candidly and brilliantly in a dialogue with members of the seminar about the Morgan visions, even as he struggles with the feminine principle in his subject and in his own psyche. The theories of his years of intellectual research--the anima and animus, the process of individuation, the mythopoetic archetypes of the collective unconscious--all spring to life in the fiery imagery of the vision quest.

Morgan paints an imaginal landscape where the feminine self crosses into the unconsciousness of night and death. In her visioning she links earth and sky, body and spirit, the infernal and the sublime. Recounting her journey, Jung employs his full range of scholarship and professional experience as he unravels the skein of archetypal parallels from western myth and eastern yoga.

Table of Contents

Volume

INTRODUCTION

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

MEMBERS OF THE SEMINAR

LIST OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC ABBREVIATIONS

FALL TERM

I. 15 October 1930

II. 22 October 1930

III. 29 October 1930

IV. 5 November 1930

V. 12 November 1930

VI. 19 November 1930

VII. 27 November 1930

VIII. 3 December 1930

IX. 8 December 1930

X. 9 December 1930

WINTER TERM

I. 21 January 1931

II. 4 February 1931

III. 11 February 1931

IV. 18 February 1931

V. 25 February 1931

VI. 3 March 1931

VII. 11 March 1931

VIII. 18 March 1931

IX. 25 March 1931

SPRING TERM

I. 6 May 1931

II. 21 May 1931

III. 27 May 1931

IV. 3 June 1931

V. 10 June 1931

VI. 24 June 1931

FALL TERM

I. 11 November 1931

II. 18 November 1931

III. 25 November 1931

IV. 2 December 1931

V. 9 December 1931

VI. 16 December 1931

WINTER TERM

I. 20 January 1932

II. 27 January 1932

III. 3 February 1932

IV. 10 February 1932

V. 17 February 1932

VI. 24 February 1932

VII. 2 March 1932

VIII. 9 March 1932

IX. 16 March 1932

Volume

SPRING TERM

I. 4 May 1932

II. 11 May 1932

III. 18 May 1932

IV. 1 June 1932

V. 8 June 1932

VI. 15 June 1932

VII. 22 June 1932

VIII. 29 June 1932

FALL TERM

I. 2 November 1932

II. 16 November 1932

III. 23 November 1932

IV. 30 November 1932

V. 7 December 1932

WINTER TERM

I. 18 January 1933

II. 25 January 1933

III. 1 February 1933

IV. 22 February 1933

V. 1 March 1933

VI. 8 March 1933

SPRING TERM

I. 3 May 1933

II. 10 May 1933

III. 17 May 1933

IV. 24 May 1933

V. 31 May 1933

VI. 7 June 1933

VII. 14 June 1933

VIII. 21 June 1933

FALL TERM

I. 4 October 1933

II. 11 October 1933

III. 18 October 1933

IV. 25 October 1933

V. 8 November 1933

VI. 15 November 1933

VII. 22 November 1933

VIII. 29 November 1933

IX. 6 December 1933

X. 13 December 1933

WINTER TERM

I. 24 January 1934

II. 31 January 1934

III. 7 February 1934

IV. 14 February 1934

V. 21 February 1934

VI. 28 February 1934

VII. 7 March 1934

VIII. 14 March 1934

IX. 21 March 1934

NOTE APRIL 1941

APPENDIX

INDEX

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF C. G. JUNG

Product Details

ISBN:
9780691099712
Author:
C. G. Jung and Claire Davis
Publisher:
Princeton University Press
Editor:
Douglas, Claire
Author:
Douglas, Claire
Author:
Jung, Carl Gustav
Location:
Princeton, N.J. :
Subject:
Reference
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Psychology
Subject:
Psychoanalysis
Subject:
Jung, c. g. (carl gustav), 1875-1961
Subject:
Jungian psychology
Subject:
Jung, C. G
Subject:
Women -- Psychology.
Subject:
Movements - Psychoanalysis
Subject:
Mind, Body & Spirit
Subject:
Gender Studies
Subject:
Psychology-Reference
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series:
Bollingen Series (General)
Series Volume:
02
Publication Date:
December 1997
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Two volumes, 41 color illus. 10 halftone
Pages:
1500
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 88 oz

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"Synopsis" by , "The Visions seminars constitute a brilliant and demanding masterpiece that was too long circulated in small circles and kept secret from the general public. The publisher and editor are to be congratulated for bringing this noteworthy historical work into the public domain."--Polly Young-Eisendrath, editor of The Cambridge Companion to Jung

"An extraordinary archival treasure of Jung's work in progress, his style and evolving encounters with the unconscious--his own and his analysands'. Claire Douglas and Princeton University Press are to be applauded for bringing together this inimitable work by the grand master of analytical, archetypal and depth psychology, Carl Gustave Jung."--Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D., diplomate senior Jungian analyst, author of Women Who Run With the Wolves, The Gift of Story, and The Faithful Gardener

"Synopsis" by , For C. G. Jung, the beautiful and gifted 28-year-old Christiana Morgan was an inspirational and confirming force whose path in self-analysis paralleled his own quest for self-knowledge. By teaching Morgan the trance-like technique of active imagination, Jung launched her on a pilgrimage of archetypal encounters in a quest for psychological integration--encounters she recorded in the words and brilliant paintings that formed the basis of the seminar Jung would give to his circle in Zurich. Here the careful transcriptions of the seminar notes are combined with color reproductions of the visions paintings, offering an unprecedented view of Jung as a teacher and as a man. He speaks candidly and brilliantly in a dialogue with members of the seminar about the Morgan visions, even as he struggles with the feminine principle in his subject and in his own psyche. The theories of his years of intellectual research--the anima and animus, the process of individuation, the mythopoetic archetypes of the collective unconscious--all spring to life in the fiery imagery of the vision quest.

Morgan paints an imaginal landscape where the feminine self crosses into the unconsciousness of night and death. In her visioning she links earth and sky, body and spirit, the infernal and the sublime. Recounting her journey, Jung employs his full range of scholarship and professional experience as he unravels the skein of archetypal parallels from western myth and eastern yoga.

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