The Earth Has A Soul

The Earth Has A Soul

The Nature Writings of C.G. Jung

Book - 2002
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While never losing sight of the rational, cultured mind, Jung speaks for the natural mind, source of the evolutionary experience and accumulated wisdom of our species. Through his own example, Jung shows how healing our own living connection with Nature contributes to the whole.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : North Atlantic Books, c2002.
ISBN: 9781556433795
Branch Call Number: 150.195 JUNG
Characteristics: xvi, 232 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Sabini, Meredith


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May 14, 2018

I know someone in my family who is a terrific hiker, loves nature, actually lives to hike, and who will be 88 years old in July. He won't read Jung, though. pity. Jung could amplify so much of his 'nature psyche.' But, he's a jew,and he believes the malicious rumors that were published to the effect that Jung was a Nazi sympathizer. It's not true. Nothing could be further from the truth: Jung was a profound healer, and the twain cannot meet. Jung used to be a disciple of Freud, but he broke with him when Freud made mistakes with his theory in his attempts to hide some holes of logic. Freud was a jealous leader, and required his followers to bend the metaphorical knee; he played the father figure intensely and had counter transferences galore. Recent books have stated that Freud was nothing better than a con man, who invented and promoted a con-religion. I disagree, to this effect: Freud was a groundbreaker, and only went down the wrong trail after he had started something I hesitate to call a science, but willingly refer to as worthwhile, for the world, with its limitations. With al these world saviours, the weight of the world becomes to much, and their shoulders become bowed. Perhaps I might more worthily have used quotation marks -- liberally --in the previous sentence.


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