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In his [Jung] father’s room in this house were many zoological specimens in glass vessels; C.G. had earlier a special interest in zoology. ~E.A. Bennet, Meetings with Jung, Page 307

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung and the Death of his Mother and Bollingen Tower

Carl Jung 80th birthday dinner.

Carl Jung at a dinnier held on his birthday

Emma and Carl Jung.1905.

Carl Young and his wife Emma Swiss psychiatrist, the founder of analytical psychology. Jung is considered the first modern psychiatrist to view the human psyche as "by nature religious" treated James Joyces daughter

What I think about every time I think of Carl Jung

Carl Jung says God is reality itself

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung dines with Winston Churchill.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung dines with Winston Churchill.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: "It has come to my ears through Dr. Maeder that you doubt my bona fides."

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.

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Afbeeldingsresultaat voor carl gustav jung emilie preiswerk

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor carl gustav jung emilie preiswerk

C.G. and Emma Jung

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung, Emma Jung and Toni Wolff

Carl Jung With Ruth Bailey, who cared for him after his wife Emma's death in 1955

One's birthday is a moment when one looks back with one laughing and one lachrymose eye on the long path one has left behind, hoping also that it will be of some benefit to one's fellows. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol.

In 1940, due to the war and travel restriction, Froebe arranged for a symbolic Eranos conference. Only one speaker, Andreas Speiser, a Swiss professor of mathematics at the University of Zürich, was scheduled to give a lecture on “Plato’s Unknown God.” Unexpectedly, forty people attended, including Jung, who gave an extemporaneous lecture on “The Psychology of the Trinity.” Jung and Speiser appear together outside of the lecture hall in this 1940 photograph.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on his contribution to Mathematics

A pensive Carl Jung in front of the bust of Socrates

There are hardly any exceptions to the rule that a person must pay dearly for the divine gift of creative fire.

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