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From Jung to Jesus

myth and consciousness in the New Testament

by Gerald H. Slusser

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Published by J. Knox Press in Atlanta, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Psychology,
  • Jung, C. G. 1875-1961,
  • Campbell, Joseph, 1904-,
  • Bible. N.T. Gospels -- Criticism, interpretation, etc,
  • Hero worship

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald H. Slusser.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT590.P9 S58 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 170 p. ;
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2552030M
    ISBN 100804211116
    LC Control Number85045792

    Salome of the Bible - there are actually most culturally known Salome is never mentioned in the Bible but is blamed for the beheading of St. John the Baptist and is considered widely to be a temptress or whore. She is the namesake for Jung's Salome in The Red Book. As Jung came to understand about his own soul figure, the historical reputation of this Salome requires serious. C. G. Jung and the future of literary criticism. Author: Matthew A. Fike; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The One Mind: C. G. Jung and the Future of Literary Criticism explores the implications of C. G. Jung's unus mundus by applying his writings on the metaphysical, the paranormal, and the quantum to literature.

    In the early years of this century, Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung () became the second-in-command in Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic movement. In Jung broke with Freud and established his own movement, called analytic psychology. Although Freud’s importance in the history of psychology has been much greater than Jung’s, in recent decades the former’s influence [ ].   Jung's Red Book reveals his belief in the painful, personal process of discovering how the unconscious manifests itself in conscious life Published on Mon 13 Jun EDT J.

    Draws analogies between Jung's archetypal symbols of the mythic hero and the Hero as exemplified in the New Testament story of Jesus - The essence of human life patterns and the Hero myth as discussed by Jung offer strong parallels to the Gospel stories of Jesus and reveal the God-given pattern of existence that is embodied by Jesus Christ.   Far from a simple narrative, the Red Book is Jung's voyage of discovery into his deepest self. The voyage began at age "On my way to school," Jung .


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Quotes by Carl Jung (from various books) on Christianity, Jesus, ego and individuation: "What happens in the life of Christ happens always and everywhere. In the Christian archetype all lives of this kind are prefigured." - Psychology and Religion "We are living in what the Greeks called the kairos--the right moment--for a 'metamorphosis of the.

Since Noll is a gifted writer and thorough researcher, this book received considerable acclaim, although it upset the Jung family and some of Jung's more dedicated followers. The Aryan Christ contains much of the same material as The Jung Cult and promotes exactly the same view of Jung; but Noll has made some new discoveries and adds Cited by: From Jung to Jesus book was seemingly oblivious to the spiritual risks of such dark pursuits.

In his zeal for hidden knowledge, Carl Jung even conducted his own seances. F.X. Charet summarizes Jung's attempts to communicate with the dead: "The seances were conducted in Jung's own home, the medium was his cousin, and the participants, members of his own family.

The most influential unpublished work in the history of psychology. When Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called his “confrontation with the unconscious,” the heart of it was The Red Book, a large, illuminated volume he created between and Here he developed his principle theories—of the archetypes, the collective unconscious, and the process of.

JESUS AND JUNG Carl Jung and family. According to Carl Jung: "We all must do what Christ did. We must make our experiment.

John A. Sanford, in his book The Kingdom Within, sees Jesus's instruction "love your enemies" as an attempt to. 2 Jung is said to be "grieved" over the fact that his writings were not initially accepted by Christians.

He believed that his Answer to Job was met with much From Jung to Jesus book, and anticipated a similar reaction to his memoirs in Memories, Dreams, Reflections, a book. A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO C.G. JUNG’S RED BOOK By Mathew V. Spano, Ph.D. Overview: The old expression “When falling, dive!” might best express the sentiments of Carl Jung as he decided to turn a near psychotic breakdown he was experiencing in late into an.

Jung believed religion was a profound, psychological response to the unknown--both the inner self and the outer worlds--and he understood Christianity to be a profound meditation on the meaning of the life of Jesus of/5(43).

Jung on religion and evil – Jung had much to say about the notion of evil. He was very critical of the Church’s doctrine of the privato boni – evil as the absence of good. As to be expected after seeing how Jung tried to cope with his father’s religious crisis, he.

Jung believed that the Christian epoch was coming to an end, and that the birth of humanity's new concept of God was foretold in the Book of Revelation.

Antichrist, apocalypse, scary shit. But, one needs to keep in mind that what is depicted is symbolic, rather than literal, and what looked frightening to John of Patmos and other early. Daily devotionals, journals, gift editions, & study materials for readers of all ages.

Explore all of bestselling author Sarah Young's inspirational books. Jung believed religion was a profound, psychological response to the unknown--both the inner self and the outer worlds--and he understood Christianity to be a profound meditation on the meaning of the life of Jesus of Nazareth within the context.

- Daniel Davis films Manuel Costa, MFT, talking about his book on the psychological theory of Carl G Jung, the Gospels, and the hi. Read "The TABERNACLE: A Detailed Portrait of Jesus Christ (I)" by Paul C.

Jong available from Rakuten Kobo. How can we find out the truth hidden in the Tabernacle. Only by knowing the gospel of the water and the Spirit, the real Brand: Hephzibah Publishing House.

The Passion of Job and Jung. Answer to Job is probably Jung 's most passionate book, or at least the most passionate of his formal writings in the Collected Works.

Only his aforementioned personal memoirs, some of his informally transcribed seminars, and his. Answer to Job was first published in in German and was included in Jung’s “Collected Works”, as part of volume It was published in English in It is regarded as one of Jung’s most controversial works.

In Answer to Job, Jung demonstrates his in-depth knowledge of the Bible; however, what makes the book remarkable is the fact that it is a personal and authentic exposition. CARL GUSTAV JUNG AND BUDDHISM Publisher’s Note on Sources and Corbin’s Commentary Introduction to Part I 1.

Zen (on The Book of Great Deliverance) 2. Pure Land (on La Psychologie de la méditation orientale) 3. The Tibetan Book of the Dead (on the Bardo Thödol) 4. Taoist Alchemy (on The Secret of the Golden Flower) 5.

Conclusion: The Self. Jung believed religion was a profound, psychological response to the unknown — both the inner self and the outer worlds — and he understood Christianity to be a profound meditation on the meaning of the life of Jesus of Nazareth within the context of Hebrew spirituality and the Biblical worldview.

Jung, Benedict, & Basketball Jesus. AVA Bitter/Shutterstock. April 9, I’m learning from Clift’s book that despite Jung’s ambivalent relationship to Christianity — he was the son. Jung: A Biography in Books is the most important biographical study of Jung published in a generation, and the essential companion to reading and understanding Jung's The Red Book: Liber Novus.

And to boot, the book is beautiful - sumptuously illustrated, artfully designed, and exquisitely crafted (it is printed in Italy by Mondadori, the. Jung's masterly book introduces one of the most profound concepts concerning consciousness. Jung not only explains the origin of religion and mystical ideas, but also addresses why inner content of the unconscious problematically gets projected externally, creating dogmatic paths and religious movements such as Judeo-Christianity.Archive Notes.

InDr. Hoeller published a landmark study on C. G. Jung and his relationship with Gnostic tradition: The Gnostic Jung and the Seven Sermons to the ation of Jung's Red Book in has substantiated the views first expressed by Hoeller nearly three decades Gnostic Jung remains an important introduction to Jung's thought and to the tradition with which.The result was Jesus, the completely mature, conscious, aware human.

The next step, prefigured in the book of Revelation and being lived out in history, is for the whole of humanity to grow to “the fullness of the stature of Christ.” In Aion Jung traces the evolution of human consciousness from the very beginning to the present time.