Jung on Dreams: Part I

Part I: Definitions, Components, Functions and Features “Dreams are neither mere reproductions of memories nor abstractions from experience. They are the undisguised manifestations of unconscious creative activity. As against Freud’s view that dreams are...

Jung on Myths and Mythologems

Sue Mehrtens is the author of this and all the other blog essays on this site. The opinions expressed in these essays are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of other Jungian Center faculty or Board members.  Honesty, as well as professional...

The Importance of Women and the Law of the Retarding Lead

Sue Mehrtens is the author of this and all the other blog essays on this site. The opinions expressed in these essays are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of other Jungian Center faculty or Board members.  Honesty, as well as professional...

Jane Wheelwright on Women

Sue Mehrtens is the author of this and all the other blog essays on this site. The opinions expressed in these essays are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of other Jungian Center faculty or Board members.  Honesty, as well as professional...

Jane Wheelwright on Old Age

Sue Mehrtens is the author/editor of this and all the other blog essays on this site. The opinions expressed in these essays are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of other Jungian Center faculty or Board members.  Honesty, as well as...

Jane Wheelwright and Carl Jung

“Jung seemed to be without unconscious shadow. He must have assimilated his shadow, as all of us would be advised to do.”[1] “Jung himself seems to have lost interest in his own early concern with psychological types once he had explained away his...