Self realization

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Cristi Balan

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Dec 28, 2019, 2:28:07 AM12/28/19
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Where can I find an example of this realization in the Jungian work?


On December 24, 2019 9:30:24 AM GMT+02:00, AROPA <ar...@freudfile.org> wrote:
>As I said it is an ethical accomplishment. This is because the
>realization
>of the self is pursued during the analytical treatment.
>
>
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>From: "Chris" <cristi...@gmail.com>
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>Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2019 4:59 AM
>Subject: Re: [jung-for-beginners] The self notion
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>> How do we feel this completness ? Is there something we can
>experience in
>> our body and soul?
>>
>> On December 6, 2019 9:48:18 AM GMT+02:00, Aropa <ar...@freudfile.org>
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>> wrote:
>>>It is not alterego nor cosmic ego or god, it is the completeness of
>the
>>>individual realized through a conscious assimilation of the
>unconscious
>>>archetypal images. It is about meaning and knowledge. In short, an
>>>ethical accomplishment aimed at in the Jungian psychotherapy.
>>>
>>>On December 5, 2019 12:19:15 PM GMT+02:00, Cristi Balan
>>><cristi...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>I find difficult to understand Jung's self notion. It is a kind of
>>>>alterego , or a so-called cosmic ego? Someone told me Jung was
>>>>interested in Asian occult philosophy.
>>>>--
>>>>Try your best - leave the rest.

Aropa

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Dec 29, 2019, 12:35:32 AM12/29/19
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In Psychology and Alchemy Jung published many dreams pointing to the self realization. But he never offered specific information about the accomplishment of this process, namely about how a person looks like or behaves after the realization of the self.
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