Carl Jung, Plotinus, Greek Myth, Depth Psychology

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology

In attempting to understand Dr. Jung’s work and the findings of Depth Psychology it is important to recognize as many of the Ancients did the Psychological aspects of the Gods and Goddesses:

Many times it has happened: Lifted out of the body into myself; becoming external to all other things and self-encentered; beholding a marvelous beauty; then, more than ever, assured of community with the loftiest order; enacting the noblest life, acquiring identity with the divine; stationing within It by having attained that activity; poised above whatsoever within the Intellectual is less than the Supreme: yet, there comes the moment of descent from intellection to reasoning, and after that sojourn in the divine, I ask myself how it happens that I can now be descending, and how did the soul ever enter into my body, the soul which, even within the body, is the high thing it has shown itself…

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