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feyrieprincess From: feyrieprincess Date: November 11th, 2007 08:45 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Forever Jung...

No I mean like this, for example:

Bum: Ass, the guy outside the bank when I was five who took my hand and led me away, to be lazy, lying by the stream on a sunny afternoon, scary, someone who takes children...

Cop: Scary, jail, unfair, unyielding, no repreice, caught, strapped to table, bloodtest, locked up, hate, angry....

and soforth...
adric From: adric Date: November 11th, 2007 08:56 am (UTC) (Link)

Re: Forever Jung...

Ooooh. Well that just doesn't seem like a good idea, at least not here in the office.

Maybe at a later date when I'm suitably restained or the walls are smooshy.

Oh, you can answer one of my lazyweb questions: Where should I start reading Jung at, which work or text?
feyrieprincess From: feyrieprincess Date: November 11th, 2007 04:40 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Forever Jung...

Oh Lord, that's quite a question. Actually you should start reading Jung by reading people that are based on Jung ie David Kiersey and Marylin Bates, Joseph Campbell, etc- disciples of Jung or people talking about Jung, or who have been inspired by Jung....because they are WAY more approachable. Jung is like an eternal circle- no beginning or end or methodical way to learn, you just have to kind of drop in and keep reading and eventually you'll get it. Then, once you've read about Jung, and you feel ready, you can enter Jung himself....Actually, maybe start with a google search on like "Jung" + "Mandala"....or just Jung and go from there, following what interests you...
feyrieprincess From: feyrieprincess Date: November 11th, 2007 09:57 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Forever Jung...

Oh, and when you ARE ready for Jung on Jung...read "Man and his Symbols" first.
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