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Carl G. Jung Vol 11 Psychology and Religion
The collective unconscious is a concept originally defined by psychoanalyst Carl Jung. Sometimes referred to as the "objective psyche," it refers to the idea that a segment of the deepest unconscious mind is genetically inherited and is not shaped by personal experience. According to Jung's teachings, the collective unconscious is common to all human beings and is responsible for a number of deep-seated beliefs and instincts, such as spirituality, sexual behavior, and life and death instincts. Born in Switzerland in , Carl Jung founded the school of analytical psychology. He is responsible for proposing and developing the psychological concepts of collective unconscious and archetypes, along with introverted and extroverted personality. Jung worked with Sigmund Freud, another prominent early psychologist. In his early studies, Jung's work affirmed many of Freud's ideas.
The Jungian interpretation of religion , pioneered by Carl Jung and advanced by his followers, is an attempt to interpret religion in the light of Jungian psychology. Unlike Sigmund Freud and his followers, Jungians tend to treat religious beliefs and behaviors in a positive light, while offering psychological referents to traditional religious terms such as " soul ", " evil ", " transcendence ", "the sacred ", and " God ". Because beliefs do not have to be facts in order for people to hold them, the Jungian interpretation of religion has been, and continues to be, of interest to psychologists and theists. Jung established a school of psychology that emphasizes the human quest for wholeness which he defined as the integration of conscious and unconscious components of the psyche through a process called individuation. Through studying folklore , world mythologies , and the dreams of his patients, Jung identified these components of the psyche as expressions of instinctual patterns or archetypes. The role of the psychoanalyst in the Jungian approach is to assist in the analysis of dreams and symbols and prevent the patient from being overwhelmed by unconscious material or being cut off from the meaning offered by suprapersonal forces. Jungian analysts typically believe that the psyche is the source of healing and the drive toward individuation.
Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume Psychology and Religion: West and East. JUNG C. G.. GERHARD (pp. i-iv). Read Online · Download PDF. Save.
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Sixteen studies in religious phenomena, including Psychology and Religion and Answer to Job. Jung, Volume 11 C. Jung, Gerhard Adler, R. Collected Works of C.