By C.G. Jung
Essays which country the basics of Jung's mental approach: "On the Psychology of the subconscious" and "The family members among the Ego and the Unconscious," with their unique models in an appendix.
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Extra info for Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 09 Part 1 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, 2nd edition (Bollingen Series XX)
Paracelsus, De vita longa (1562), and my commentary in "Paracelsus as a Spiritual Phenomenon" [concerning Melusina, pars. ]. 28 24 ARCHETYPES OF THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS Nixies are entrancing creatures: Half d rew she h im, Half sank he down And nevermore was seen. The nixie is an even more instinctive version of a magical feminine being whom I call the anima. She can also be a siren, melusina (mermaid),29 wood-nymph, Grace, or Erlking's daughter, or a lamia or succubus, who infatuates you ng men and s ucks t he life out of them.
Y et i nstincts a re i mpersonal, universally distributed, he reditary factors of a dynamic or motivating character, which very often fail so completely to reach consciousness that modern psychotherapy is faced with the task of helping the patient to become conscious of them. Moreover, the instincts are not vague and indefinite by na ture, but are specifically formed motive forces which, long be fore there is a ny c onsciousness, a nd in spite of any de gree of consciousness later on, pursue their inherent goals.
N onetheless, a s our dr eam e xample s hows, t he ba lanced co-operation of m oral opposites is a natural truth which has been recognized just as naturally by t he E ast. T he c learest example of t his i s t o be f ound i n T aoist philosophy. But in the Christian tradition, too, there are various sayings that come very close to this standpoint. I need only remind you of the parable of the unjust steward. 77 Our dream is by no means unique in this respect, for the tendency t o r elativize oppos ites i s a not able pe culiarity of t he unconscious One must immediately add, however, that this is true only in cas es o f ex aggerated moral s ensibility; in o ther c ases th e unconscious can insist just as inexorably on the irreconcilability of the opposites.
Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 09 Part 1 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, 2nd edition (Bollingen Series XX) by C.G. Jung