Founder Patron C G Jung


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

I use the term ‘individuation’ to denote the process by which a person becomes a psychological ‘individual’, that is, a separate,indivisible unity or ‘whole’.” (CW. 9i, 275)

The process of individuation is intrinsically a normal pattern of growth and development leading to a mature and fully adjusted personality, attuned to both external and internal reality. It is not an esoteric mysticism; it aims at a fully responsible personality, willing and capable of playing a role in society. Society consists of individuals. It is only when the individual is integrated and mature that society can grow and blossom.

“Individuation means becoming a single, homogeneous being, and. in so far as ‘individuality’ embraces our innermost, last, and incomparable uniqueness, it also implies becoming one's own self.” (CW. 7,171)

No 6 Changes of Character Produced by Religious Conversions. as shown in changes of Handwriting -H.J. Jacoby

No 9 Autumn 1940 - Various

No 44 Patterns of Initiation -  Philip Metman

No 54 The Problem of Individuation in Friedrich Nietzsche's Writings - Dr K. Abenheimer

No 64 Eros and Agape -  Philip Metman

No 133 Be Ye Perfect - Rev. A.M. Allchin

No 137 Reflections Upon the Life and Thought of Soren Kierkegaard - Henrietta H. Meyer

No 145 Hypokrites and Analyst -  David Holt

No 166 Parting, Clinging, Individuation - J.W.T. Redfearn

No 179 Can We Change? -  J.W.T. Redfearn

No 196 The Search for Meaning - Wendy Robinson & Christopher Bryant

No 213 The Child in the StoneJohanna Breiger

No 213 The Child in the Stone

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