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El libro rojo de Carl Jung es la obra maestra y el depósito inconsciente de la mente universal del padre de la psicología.

El libro rojo de Carl Jung

Carl Jung and his private notebook Liber Novus, Switzerland

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Carl Jung’s ‘Red Book:’ Science or Revelation?

The Serpent and the Tree The Red Book, C. Jung “The Red Book, also known as Liber Novus (Latin for A New Book), is a manuscript written and illustrated by Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav.

The devil is the sum of the darkness of human nature. He who lives in the light strives toward being the image of God; he who lives in the dark strives toward being the image of the devil. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page 322.

The devil is the sum of the darkness of human nature. He who lives in the light strives toward being the image of God; he who lives in the dark strives toward being the image of the devil. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page

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Excerpt from Man & His Symbols (Audiobook) by Carl G. Jung on the shadow aspect of the psyche. Subtitles & translated subtitles available by clicking the cap.

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

Some have their reason in thinking, others in feeling.   Both are servants of Logos, and in secret become worshipers of the serpent. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page 280.

If pleasure is united with forethinking, the serpent lies before them. ~Carl Jung, Liber Novus, Page Footnote

Oh master of the garden!   I see your dark tree from afar in the shimmering sun.   My street leads to the valleys where men live.   I am a wandering beggar.   And I remain silent. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page 316.

I see your dark tree from afar in the shimmering sun. My street leads to the valleys where men live. I am a wandering beggar. And I remain silent. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page

The daemonic is the daily companion and inspiration of every creative artist. It is through coming to terms with the daemonic that art is made.

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Excerpt from Man & His Symbols (Audiobook) by Carl G. Jung on the concept of the Self.

Excerpt from Man & His Symbols (Audiobook) by Carl G. Jung on the concept of the Self. Subtitles & translated subtitles available by clicking the captions ic.

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung by JAY See

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