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Carl Jung’s Red Book: The Visionary Swiss Psychoanalyst’s Secret Book of Dreams > Few people realize that the master of dream therapy himself surreptitiously authored a secret book filled with his own ruminations, dreams, and hallucinogenic drawings ​— ​The Red Book.

ILLUMINATING MANUSCRIPT: “It could pass for a Bible rendered by a medieval monk,” art critic Peter Frank said of The Red Book. It just happens that Jung’s art is “dedicated not to the glory of God or king, but to that of the human race.

JUNG RED BOOK ----The single most healing practice for those who fear that "Evil" exists outside of oneself -in the form of malevolent spirits & other entities, like Satan - is the integration of one's own shado...

By Karen Michel of NPR: Image at Right: Detail of an illustration of a solar barge on page 55 of Carl Jung’s Red Book. The first words of Carl Gustav Jung’s Red.

Carl Jung Red Mandala~adellelaudan.blogspot.com

Mandala by Carl Jung. Jung said that a mandala symbolizes "a safe refuge of…

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

All of the images from The Red Book by Carl Jung

Carl Jung, Art Reference, Book Art, Vienna, Rouge, Livros, Guys, Altered Book Art

CHAOSKAMPF | magictransistor:   Carl Gustav Jung, The Red Book...

CHAOSKAMPF | magictransistor: Carl Gustav Jung, The Red Book...

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

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

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Details of The Red Book or Liber Novus, C. Jung, The Philemon Foundation, Carpinteria, USA.

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Carl Gustav Jung, 20 citazioni per imparare a conoscere meglio noi stessi e gli altri

The Red Book: Liber Novus, by C. Jung, edited and introduced by Sonu Shamdasani

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After his break with his mentor, Sigmund Freud, psychiatrist Carl Jung embarked on an extended self-exploration he called a “confrontation with the unconscious.

Sleeps with Butterflies: April 2009

We are all a part of the tree of life. If only more could accept our Oneness and explore the common ground that inter-connects each of us within the fabric of life.

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Carl Jung and his private notebook Liber Novus, Switzerland

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