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Sep 25 2009

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El Libro Rojo de Carl Jung

Un reciente artículo en el New York Times trata sobre el llamado Libro Rojo , un diario personal que recoge las visiones y diálogos internos que Jung experimentó en sus confrontaciones con el inconsciente. El mismo será publicado antes de que terminé el año. En una conversación con un paciente Jung parece referirse a su Libro Rojo cuando declara que en  “ese libro está su alma”. Eso nos da una idea del valor de este libro para los exploradores de las realidades internas de la psique.

“I should advise you to put it all down as beautifully as you can — in some beautifully bound book,” Jung instructed. “It will seem as if you were making the visions banal — but then you need to do that — then you are freed from the power of them. . . . Then when these things are in some precious book you can go to the book & turn over the pages & for you it will be your church — your cathedral — the silent places of your spirit where you will find renewal. If anyone tells you that it is morbid or neurotic and you listen to them — then you will lose your soul — for in that book is your soul.”

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