Founder Patron C G Jung

 

Windows to Eternity by C.G. Jung produced by kind permission of the Estate of C.G Jung

Perhaps Jung's most widely known concept is that of the collective unconscious, and the archetypal images through which it manifests itself. They form the impersonal substratum of the human psyche. There are psychic contents in the unconscious of the individual which are not acquired during his personal life but are a given and inherent part of the human psychic structure. It is impossible to define the scope of the collective unconscious, or to know fully its boundaries or its true nature.

“I call it collective because unlike the personal conscious, it is not made up of individual and more or less unique contents, but of those which are universal and are of regular occurrence.”(CW.8, 133)


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