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By C. G. Jung, John Beebe

The concept that of masculinity was once an important not just to Jung's innovative theories of the human psyche, but additionally to his personal own improvement. If, as Jung believed, "modern guy is already so darkened that not anything past the sunshine of his personal mind illuminates his world," then it truly is necessary to convey each guy the bounds of his realizing and the way to beat them. In Aspects of the Masculine Jung does this through revealing his most important insights about the nature and motivations of masculinity, either unsleeping and subconscious, and explaining how this impacts the improvement of the character. supplying a special standpoint at the masculine, dependent upon either his own and medical stories, Jung asks questions that stay as insistent as ever. He deals solutions that--whether they shock, surprise or edify--challenge us to re-evaluate our modern knowing of masculinity.

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Aspects of the Masculine

The concept that of masculinity was once an important not just to Jung's progressive theories of the human psyche, but in addition to his personal own improvement. If, as Jung believed, "modern guy is already so darkened that not anything past the sunshine of his personal mind illuminates his world," then it's necessary to convey each guy the bounds of his realizing and the way to beat them.

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The Love Problem of a Student,” Volume 10, Civilization in Transition, © 1964 Bollingen Foundation; second edition © 1970 Princeton University Press. “The Significance of the Father in the Destiny of the Individual,” Volume 4, Freud and Psychoanalysis, © 1961 Bollingen Foundation. “The Personification of the Opposites,” Volume 14, Mysterium Coniunctionis, © 1963 Bollingen Foundation; second edition © 1970 Princeton University Press. ; new material © 1969 Bollingen Foundation. “The Spirit Mercurius,” Volume 13, Alchemical Studies, © 1967 Bollingen Foundation.

72 1 Hence the beautiful name of the sun-hero Gilgamesh, “The Man of Joy and Sorrow,” in Jensen, Das Gilgamesch-Epos. 59 Among the elements composing man, the Mithraic liturgy lays particular stress on fire as the divine element, describing it as τὸ εἰς έμήν κρᾶσιν θεοδώρητον (the divine gift in my composition). Dieterich, Mithrasliturgie, p. 58. 60 An illustration of the periodicity or rhythm expressed in sexuality. 61 Reproduced not from a photograph, but from a drawing I myself made. 62 In a myth of the Bakairi Indians, of Brazil, a woman appears who sprang from a corn mortar.

I could as well say height: It’s all the same. From the Existent fleeing, Take the free world of forms for your delight, Rejoice in things that long have ceased from being. The busy brood will weave like coiling cloud, But swing your key to keep away the crowd! . . . . . . . . . . . . . A fiery tripod warns you to beware, This is the nethermost place where now you are. You shall behold the Mothers by its light, Some of them sit, some walk, some stand upright, Just as they please.

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