By C. G. Jung, Lorenz Jung, Maria Meyer-Grass, Ernst Falzeder, Tony Woolfson
In the Thirties C. G. Jung embarked upon a daring research into adolescence desires as remembered through adults to higher comprehend their importance to the lives of the dreamers. Jung provided his findings in a four-year seminar sequence on the Swiss Federal Institute of know-how in Zurich. Children's Dreams marks their first book in English, and fills a severe hole in Jung's amassed works.
right here we witness Jung the clinician extra vividly than ever before--and he's witty, impatient, occasionally authoritarian, continually clever and intellectually bold, but additionally a instructor who, notwithstanding impressive, might be weak, doubtful, and humbled by means of life's nice mysteries. those seminars symbolize the main penetrating account of Jung's insights into kid's desires and the psychology of early life. even as they give the easiest instance of staff supervision via Jung, providing his such a lot targeted and thorough exposition of Jungian dream research and supplying an image of ways he taught others to interpret goals. offered right here in an encouraged English translation commissioned by means of the Philemon starting place, those seminars demonstrate Jung as an impassioned educator in discussion together with his scholars and constructing the perform of analytical psychology.
a useful record of might be crucial psychologist of the 20 th century at paintings, this greatest quantity is the fullest illustration of Jung's perspectives at the interpretation of kid's goals, and indications a brand new wave within the booklet of Jung's accrued works in addition to a renaissance in modern Jung studies.
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Extra resources for Children's dreams : notes from the seminar given in 1936-1940
Galileo challenged his adversaries to look through the telescope and to convince themselves of the existence of Jupiter’s satellites. But they didn’t want to look! At a Later Session [8 November 1938] Professor Jung: Last time we left off at a discussion of the various causes of the dream processes. A further group of causes can be found in dreams that, although having originally had a connection with 14 The unconscious remembering of a fact that, for instance, one had once read, but then forgotten again (cf.
When children are able to incorporate it, they will become inaccessible by this, meaning that they have attained “divine” independence. The mentally ill, too, act in a way similar to the children. This gives them a feeling of independence and of being cut off emotionally. They make themselves inaccessible by incorporating the disgusting object. The most unappetizing stuff is in the balms and magic potions of the medicine man. When one takes them, one has incorporated the disgusting object and is then immune.
We will come back to this later. For the moment we are interested only in occurrences in which it can be proven that one had not read something speciﬁc, because one never came near these matters. These cases exist, and it is always worth checking in the books to become oriented about its objective content. 15 This sounds miraculous indeed, but we have to get used to the idea that such things exist, that elements which in some strange way or other correspond to historical facts can be reproduced from the unconscious.
Children's dreams : notes from the seminar given in 1936-1940 by C. G. Jung, Lorenz Jung, Maria Meyer-Grass, Ernst Falzeder, Tony Woolfson