The history of the Trinity is seen as the gradual crystallization of one of these archetypes. Christ is seen as a major manifestation of the collective unconscious that is forced into a ratio nal/refigious structure. 11. 6. Both one and two are necessary because as a single element one would be shapeless and two nonexistent. 699 p. (p. 273-296). The Christian religious Mass as a whole is described as a codification of the life and sufferings of Christ: the prefiguration, the incarnation, the passion and death on the cross, the descent into hell, and the resurrection. Consignatio. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. It is here that the collective unconscious is seen in the archetypal symbols. There have been many primitive symbolic triads, one of the most important being the Babylonian triad of Anu, Bel, and Ea. The inability of the clergy to deal with the psychological dimensions of the suffering person is analyzed as in modem man’s unwillingness to seek help from the clergy. The tripartite division of “The Tibetan Book of the Dead” is presented and a psychological commentary on its contents is provided with comparisons made between the Eastern and Western views of the psyche or soul. Psychology and religion (1940) pp. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. Collected Works of C.G. Breaking of the Host (“fractio”). Answer to Job. The Son of God is seen as a quality desired by both man and God. The number four is left out of Greek number symbolism and denied because it is a female number, and is not well understood. After the lifting of the chalice in the Mass, the Holy Spirit is considered to be infused in the wine; the priest then makes the sign of the cross three times. Psychological approach to the dogma of the Trinity. Similar sacrificial transformations are noted in the Scythian flaying and scalping rituals, and the custom of head shaving among ancient and contemporary religious sects; the shaving of the head is associated with a return to the newborn state, a rebirth into purity. 2 references. 11. Christ, the God man, has little personal history; instead, history has forced itself on him. It is through the Bardo Thodol in “The Tibetan Book of the Dead” that the dead are guided through the 49 days’ transition. Rather than to treat the conscious mind, Freudian psychoanalysis seeks to lead the contents of the unconscious over into the conscious mind, whereas Adlerian pedagogics are seen to aim at the normalization and adaptation of the individual, neglecting the unconscious. 699 p. (p. 138-141). Transformation symbolism in the Mass. 11. According to his former teacher Origen, however, the Father had more power than the Son, who in turn was more powerful than the Holy Ghost. Greece. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Pre-Christian parallels. The symbola. In keeping with Chinese tradition ‘ three coins were tossed and the pattern that they formed was used as a guide to the hexameters to be consulted. The self is thus synonymous with the inner Christ; it is the god within the psychic totality of the individual. Scanned and formatted by Don Williams, In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Numerous allusions to sacrificial rites are found in the visions of the priest Hiereus and the sacrificer Hierourgon, in which the priest submits voluntarily to various types of torture, ritual dismemberment (deipnon), and burning on the altar (thysis). I will go over this volume one essay at a time: The problem of the fourth. Some of the archetypal symbols which have correlates in religion are discussed. The Christian representation of God and the Trinity is compared to other systems in which the Deity is represented by the unity of four elements; the missing fourth element in rehgious doctrine is seen as the Devil. Introduction. It is through this faith engendering function, similar to the life engendering relationship between the Father and the Son that we are children of God. 000380 Foreword to White’s “God and the unconscious.” In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Psychology and religion. The autonomy of the unconscious. Comments on the text. The figure of Sophia, a feminine force coeternal with God, is seen as a derivation of Greek symbolic tradition and a parallel of Indian mythology; she is the gentle and wise counterpart to the ruthlessness of Yahweh. It is through self-awareness, self-reflection and individuation that all psychic parts are integrated. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 3-107. For once the colonized are not forgotten, Kite Runner gives the silenced people of Afghanistan their voice. You . 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. However, in ancient times the idea of an unconscious psychic process had not yet been formulated; the visions were considered by ancient theorists to spring from natural forces and spirits outside of them rather from their own psyches. Transformation symbolism in the Mass. The program is designed to provide flexibility that allows students to focus on specific areas of study and to explore a variety of western, eastern, and indigenous approaches to psychology and spirituality. Two or the “other” as it is called in some languages, divided the qualities into good and bad, male and female, heaven and hell. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. To be considered Arab, you or your ancestors live or lived in the Arab world and speak Arabic. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. With near 137,000 members, the APA is the largest associated body licensed psychologists. 11. To interpret the Trinity symbol psychologically it is considered important to begin at the individual level and to regard the symbol as an expression of the psyche, It is possible to do this because the collective ideas represented in religious dogma are derived from the individual consciousness. Knowledge of the One Mind is necessary in order to know one’s self and to compensate for a onesided adjustment to the world. "Nowhere else than in this study of the interplay of East and West is the point so forcefully made that man's cultural past somehow molds his feelings and thinking as well as his highly contrasting attitudes toward reality." The trinitarian philosophy of Gregory Thamnaturgus, revealed to him in a dream, held the figures of the Trinity to be equal to each other. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. The ongoing problems of the Middle East are complex and difficult to understand. APA citation (7 th ed. Three explanations of the Trinity are represented by the Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum, the Athanasianum, and the Lateranense creeds. Volume XI : Psychology and Religion : West and East @inproceedings{2002VolumeX, title={Volume XI : Psychology and Religion : West and East}, author={}, year={2002} } Published 2002; In the Terry Lectures given at Yale University in 1937, a demonstration is proposed of the persective from which medical psychology views religion. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. The whirl symbol used by Brother Klaus to elucidate his vision is interpreted as a mandala symbol, whereas his vision of the woman is considered to be a reflection of the androgynous nature of mystic experience and a parallel to the Tantric philosophy of Shiva and Shakti. H. The symbolum of Gregory Thaumaturgus. Transformation symbolism of the Mass. Transformation symbolism of the Mass. It is noted that only recently has Christianity become aware of and accepted to some extent the similarities of their dogma with the dogma and ritual of other cults. 3. 111. 699 p. (p. 209-211). Here the world is not an antithetical dichotomy of good and evil, but is much more appropriately understood as conscious trying to comprehend unconscious. He looks inward and becomes totally aware of his unconscious, and thus of his successes and failings. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. Vol. Psychology and Religion: West and East, Volume 11 Carl Gustav Jung No preview available - 1969. The third state is Sidpa, or the Bardo of seeking rebirth. 11. The sign of the cross made with the Host over the chalice is seen as an affirmation of the unity of all parts of the sacrifice; the fractio or breaking of the Host over the chalice is considered to be symbolic of Christ’s death. Partial expressions of his incompletely suppressed psyche are perceived by the ego centered Western man as sinful. The fact that Job asks God to defend against God himself is taken as a symbol of the dual nature of God as protector and persecutor, as good and evil simultaneously. The movement it generates provides the important snap shots of the changes occurring within, As is Bakha of Untouchable, Munoo is a passive character who is always acted upon. The inclusion of the feminine with the masculine as a part of the concept of God unites conflicting entities; a similar unification is seen in the awareness of the unconscious by the conscious through symbols. It is concluded from this experiment that the I-Ching, as if speaking for itself, faced its future on the American book market calmly and optimistically. It is noted that he signs twice from right to left, in a counterclockwise movement which corresponds psychologically to a movement downwards toward the realm of the unconscious; he then signs once left to right, or upward in the direction of the conscious. Collected Works of C.G. 3. 11.Bollingen Series XX, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J. This belief, the satori experience, is similar to that of Western thought in terms of the transformation of unconscious processes into conscious thought. The satori, the original religious experience of the East, is described as a natural occurrence that cannot be comm unicated verbally. This procedure is one of the tenets of therapy: examination of the spiritual side of the patient is recommended as a means of cure. Collected Works of C.G. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. There is no freedom of choice; if one has an unconscious desire, it is really the desire that possesses him. It is the fourth function of the conscious psyche, the feeling function, that does not cooperate. XI. I reference. IV. The fourth part is slow in being accepted as it is part of the eternal duality of heaven and hell, air and earth, male and female; it is symbolized in dreams by the anima, that part of the unconscious suppressed by the male. 1 reference. The predominance of light in both the adult vision of the Trinity and in the vision of a star that Brother Klaus believed to have had while he was still in his mother’s womb are taken as indications of an irrupting illumination, a primordial religious experience of God that can neither be assimilated nor denied. Thus it is the doctor who is confronted with the questions concerning ultimate meaning -questions formerly answered by theologians and philosophers. The integration of all parts of the mind is considered the ideal goal of therapy. 4. as humans experience it. 699 p. (p. 148-152). 699 p. (p. 355-358). Jung's shorter works on psychology and religion, previously published in English or German. It is at this moment that Christ is present in time and space as the revelation of something existing in eternity. Ebook Central EBSCO APA citation APA style citation for the ProQuest Ebook Central edition: Jung, C. G. (1969). The first attempt to summarize these preconscious beliefs is the Apostle’s Creed; in it the Trinity is latent, and its members are interchangeable in name and function. I. 699 p. (p. 316-323). This study, far from degrading the value of these symbols, is considered to be a confirmation of their essential nature as part of the human psyche. 11. The “physical” as the only criterion of truth is compared with “psychic” truths. However, this suspicion did not lead to the devaluation of the God figure until the modern age, when the dual nature of God and its implication for the mind of man is being seriously analyzed. It is through the circle in the round dance that the relationship in nature of the parts to the whole is symbolized. 699 p. (p. 180-187). He must be able to put aside his history to accept this introspective Eastern outlook, part of which involves existing and not existing at the same time. This consciousness is a passive unreflecting state of awareness without any intellectual or moral judgment. I. It is contended that in a psychological study of Christian symbolism, which involves a dissection of the dogma of the Trinity, neither the validity nor the sacredness of the symbols examined is in question; they are studied in terms of their psychic function. 1 reference. General remarks on symbolism. The unfolding of the archetype of the Trinity in Christian dogma is examined, and the various textual formulations of the Trinity relationship are mentioned as successive attempts to give rational symbolic expression to a primordial archetype. 1 reference. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 11. I. The symbola. Pre-Christian parallels. 2. The transcendental “At-one-ment” is attained by withdrawing into the undifferentiated unconscious where nothing is distinct enough to cause conflict. Sixteen studies in religious phenomena, including Psychology and Religion and Answer to Job. The Holy Ghost did not arise from the natural situation; rather he is a product of human reflection added on to the natural sequence of father and son. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. The circle again is in the form of mandala, the center symbolizing the idea of totality and finality. 11. It is contended that there can be no such thing as “beyond good and evil,” that the notion only encourages self-deification, and that what is needed to reconcile the two is the holy and unifying spirit and comfort of the Holy Ghost. 699 p. (p. 34-63). 13 March 2016 The belief in the dual nature of God and the God-man, well substantiated in Scripture and Christian tradition, itself supports this dual inter-pretation of the Mass. The Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum, the Athanasianum, and the Lateranense. Psychology And Religion: West And East. Unformatted text preview: $6.00 THE COLLECTED WORKS OF C.C.JUNG VOLUME 1 1 PSYCHOLOGY AND RELIGION: WEST AND EAST Translated by R. F. C. Hull C. G. Jung's shorter works on religion and psychology are collected in this volume. [C G Jung; R F C Hull] -- Sixteen studies in religious phenomena, including Psychology and Religion and Answer to Job. Accordingly, an archetype is a structural quality or condition peculiar to the psyche, but somehow connected with the brain. Elevation of the chalice. A comparison is made between Eastern and Western views of psychic reality in a psychological interpretation of the “Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation.” The former is considered to be basically introverted; the latter, extraverted. The Christ figure itself is incomplete because it lacks evil, a necessary part of nature. 11. 699 p. (p. 299-310). Princeton University Press, 1989. Parallels to the transformation mystery. The symbolism of the greater elevation and the post-consecration prayers in the Roman Mass is examined. About the author (1970) Carl Jung was born in Switzerland on July 26, 1875. 699 p. (p. 219-220). The book was personified; i.e.,considered as a speaking subject, and certain questions were addressed to it. The psyche is considered by modem man as an untrustworthy part of the mind that must be suppressed as completely as possible. The prayer itself is cited and the Scriptural allusion to the sacrifices of Abel, Abraham and Melchisedec, contained therein, are explained. The Nicaenum. The hypothesis of the archetype. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 11. A psychological approach to the dogma of the Trinity. Volume 11: Psychology and Religion: West and East. It is a psychological rule that when an archetype such as Satan has lost its metaphysical hypostasis it becomes operative in the conscious mind of the individual. XII. Psychology and religion : West and East Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. 11. The sequence of the transformation rite. Another theme involves one member of the triad being part man and part god. Voyagers such as Christopher Columbus are not messengers of the new world, but genocidal religious extremist. Objections to this analytical method are raised much faster than to the confessional method because the former is more formalized and dogmatic. However, it is the transformation that is the miracle of the Mass. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 1. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 3. 000383 Psychotherapists or the clergy. A commentary on the text of “The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation” is provided in order to show the parallels between Eastern metaphysical thought and the discoveries of modem psychology. 699 p. (p. 576-586). Brother Klaus. EMBED. Two distinct ideas are seen to be blended in the Mass: the first idea is thysia, from the word to slaughter or sacrifice, means the flaring of the sacrificial fire when the gift offered to the Gods is consumed; the second is deipnon, mearting a meal at which sacrificial food is eaten. The comparison between the vision of Zosimos and the Mass seem superficially unrelated, though in the deeper symbolism of the Mass as a sacrifice they are very similar. 11. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. Psychology and religion. A psychological approach to the dogma of the Trinity. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. In the modern West, it is the psychotherapist who smooths the path for those seeking wholeness. 11. Several, although of comparative brevity, are of major significance and take their place with two full-length works Psy- chology and Alchemy and Aion (in … 699 p. (p. 208). The archetype privatio bom does not give man the choice between good and evil, instead the evil works upon man without his permission, making him the object of the deed rather than the subject. The three persons in the light of psychology. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. The second state is the Chonyid, or the Bardo of the experiencing of reality. 1 reference. Earlier rites involving the use of water or honey and milk instead of wine are mentioned and the interpretation of commixtio in the “Leorrine Sacramentary” is described. The archetypal model for the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) is discussed as it manifests itself in Greek philosophy. That which we consider real in physical terms ignores the half of the world that is psychically real. Through the actions and thoughts of the characters in The Kite Runner, the politics and the psychology of the anti-colonist resistance is displayed. 11. 11. Christ cannot overcome Satan on his own, instead he requires the ministrations of the Holy Ghost, a reconciliation of opposites and hence the answer to the human suffering that Christ persomfies. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 11: Psychology and religion: West and East. The problem of the fourth. It is through the essential unity of the three part process (Father, Son, and Holy Ghost) that unconscious maturation occurs in the form of instinctive, psychic, and regularly timed occurrences. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Psychological commentary on “The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation.” 1. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. 11: Psychology and religion: West and East. It is through knowing the dark side of of psyche -the shadow — that we find salvation, for the repressed or suppressed shadow fights to the surface in even more frightening forms. 699 p. (p. 225-246). 699 p. (p. 247-252). The self embraces the inconceivable unconsciousness in the form of symbols, as the archetypal life of Christ is described in symbolic images. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Western man has divided his world into two distinct natures, the scientific and the religious; the two are separate entities, but neither makes any sense without the other. 699 p. (p. 201-207). Psychological commentary on “The Tibetan Book of the Dead.” In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. In religious terms, the patient may describe the experience as guidance from God; in psychotherapeutic language, it may be described as the psyche’s awakening to its own spontaneous activity. Transformation symbolism in the Mass. The statement that dogmas are inspired by the Holy Ghost indicates that they are not the product of conscious cogitation and speculation but are engendered by sources outside consciousness and possibly even outside man. 699 p. (p. 494-508). 11. The three persons in the light of psychology. An ancient Egyptian, archetypal, pre-Christian antecedent of the Trinity is described, in which three gods — the homoousia of Father and Son, and ka, the procreative power of the deity — form a triunity not unlike the Christian symbolic configuration. Further, the Protestant minister, who lacks the ritual forms for channelling clients’ psychic conflicts, runs a greater risk of personal involvement in these conflicts, to the detriment of his professional and family situation. A further humanization of God is His coming to earth in the form of man, prefigured in the Cain and Abel story where the one pleasing to God’s eye is slain. 699 p. (p. 218-219). Here gods exist as thought forms, as the one and the opposite, yin and yang. 11. Examples of pre-Christian antecedents of the symbolism of the Christian religious Mass are found in the dream visions of the alchemist Zosimos. The power of the dogma of the Trinity is readily acknowledged, but there seems to be a part that is missing. In the introduction to the topic of sources of the Mass, several references to transformation in the Bible are cited, partic ularly in I Corinthians. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. The assimilation of Sophia and Yahweh is observed to take place at the moment when man’s rationality and sense of justice had matured beyond the point of accepting an unjust God. Four elements, four colors, and quaternity of gods correspond to the four parts of the circle,- in the Western tradition the fourth part of these systems is earth, blue, and Mary respectively. 2nd ed., Princeton University Press, 1969. Man cannot compel unconscious compensation for his onesidedness; instead he must wait for it with a comtemplative attitude that is in itself healing. At the end of the Mass ritual everything has been prepared for the appearance of the Lord, and the invocation is said naming or summoning the Lord. 11. Having once had this experience, man can begin to see things in terms of nonego. The Indian problem appears merely psychological in comparison to the Western metaphysical problem. 699 p. (p. 475-493). In the Terry Lectures given at Yale University in 1937, a demonstration is proposed of the persective from which medical psychology views religion. The tremendous polarities in man can only be overcome by the terrifying psychic process of understanding the unconscious, an act whereof man is the object and the subject. A circle divided into four parts, the Philosopher’s Stone, is a symbol that seems to recur throughout history. 1 reference. No other formulation will satisfy the needs of the unconscious. 5. A psychological approach to the dogma of the Trinity. It is through the enlightenment of satori that man sees the nature of the self and frees himself from its illusions. Conclusion. 2. It is felt that Western man’s ways of concerning himself with only the conscious and not the unconscious will take its toll spiritually in India. 11. 11. Anything man postulates as being a greater totality than himself becomes a symbol of the self. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. Jung, Volume 11: Psychology and Religion: West and East C. G. Jung. 2. Publisher: Psychology Press ISBN: 9780415066068 Size: 65.83 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi Category : Religion Languages : en Pages : 718 View: 4299. In: Jung, C., Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. The basic difference in the two is that Zosimos took his vision literally rather than symbolically. Even though the West cannot find enlightenment in Eastern meditation, the symbolism behind both religions is seen to be the same. But there are some critiques of using the post colonialism perspective to analyze and understand, Maria Orrego The visions of Brother Klaus, recorded by Father Stoeckli, Heinrich, Wolffin and Karl Bouithis, are analyzed as examples of a genuine primordial experience expressed in an archetypal symbol. 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