“It is only through the psyche that we can establish that God acts upon us, but we are unable to distinguish whether God and the unconscious are two different entities ... But empirically it can be established, with a sufficient degree of probability, that there is in the unconscious an archetype of wholeness which manifests itself spontaneously in dreams etc. and a tendency, independent of the conscious will, to relate other archetypes to this centre ... The God image does not coincide with the unconscious, but with a special content of it, namely the archetype of self." (CW. 11,468)
The term 'God Image' is derived from the early church Fathers.
It is the stamp, imago-Dei, or the imprint of God on the human soul.
No.47 King Saul and the Spirit of God - Rivkah Schaerf
No.62 A Christian Approach to Psychology - Rev Stephen Neill
No.91 Jung's Contribution to the Religious Problem of Our Time - Amy I. Allenby
No.102 Some Reflections on the Self and God in Sickness and in Maturity - Joan Mackworth
No.109 Son of Man — Image of the Self - Elizabeth B. Howes
No.112 God and the Self - Rev. David Cox
No.125 Sin, Suffering and Sickness - Rev. David Cox
No.187 God and the Self - J. W. T. Redfearn
No.219 I Don't Need to Believe in God—I Know - Rev. David Cox