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jung foreward to i ching, lexicon


loop diagrams

Jung thought that the i ching was a great way to plumb the depths of the unconscious. Me too. I consult it maybe 5 times a year. It is amazing for revealing new angles or strategizing or introspecting. He also thought that synchronicity/chance was in direct contrast with Western notion of causality, chance being mentioned because in order to "generate" one of the 64 hexagrams, you traditionally toss yarrow sticks or some other randomization scheme. Synchronicity he defined as "meaningful coincidences that could reveal connexions (I just made that spelling up, Tylersian Lexicon forthcoming) to the unconscious." Here are some more definitions from
this extremely yuge lexicon of every Jung word ever uttered (you'd think) (so big tiz) ( . Y . ) (I can do that I'm gay):

Coniunctio. Literally, "conjunction," used in alchemy to refer to chemical combinations; psychologically, it points to the union of opposites and the birth of new possibilities.

Identification. A psychological process in which the personality is partially or totally dissimilated. (See also participation mystique and projection.)

Check this re identification:

Identity is responsible for the naïve assumption that the psychology of one man is like that of another, that the same motives occur everywhere, that what is agreeable to me must obviously be pleasurable for others, that what I find immoral must also be immoral for them, and so on. It is also responsible for the almost universal desire to correct in others what most needs correcting in oneself.

Almost singed what hair I have left. Finally, a scathing indictment of introverts lol:

[From Introversion entry]: The individual's freedom of mind is fettered by the ignominy of his financial dependence, his freedom of action trembles in the face of public opinion, his moral superiority collapses in a morass of inferior relationships, and his desire to dominate ends in a pitiful craving to be loved. It is now the unconscious that takes care of the relation to the object, and it does so in a way that is calculated to bring the illusion of power and the fantasy of superiority to utter ruin.


psychological loop diagrams

When looking through Jung on i ching I came across a diagram that looked p sick:


It turns out it's Joseph Campbell's Hero's Journey diagram—reminding me of Alexander Propp, a Russian writer, who deliniated 22 stories that could describe all stories evar.


The original one was low quality so I reverse image searched it and discovered Loop Diagrams. Ironically, enough to do one's head—pshychologically—in. And out. And around. And inward. And Out. Here are some cool ones:

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a tail of 2 jungian you2oob vids

On a video where The Undiscovered Self is being read quite possibly by thee most monotone audio book reader (?) evar. I say with so much respect ofc and a voice that makes me jump if I unpreparedly hear it. Anyway, the first comment on said video is a banger:

"Heed these words, you who wish to probe the depths of Nature: If you do not find within your Self that which you seek, neither will you find it outside. If you ignore the wonders of your own House, how do you expect to find other wonders? In you is hidden the Treasure of Treasures. Know Thyself and you will know the Universe and the Gods." -- Oracle at Delphi

The second vid however was a banger in and of its Daß ting an Sich own, but even cooler are the hundreds of comments detailing how each person discovered Active Imagination. See lexicon link above. here tiz, and here is the transcript whence I yanked this quote:

The events take place on the imaginative level, which is neither conscious nor unconscious but a meeting place, a common ground where both meet on equal terms, it gives rise to the transcendent function, the Self, that stands as the synthesis of the two opposites.

And here are some ppl talking about it:

jung comments active imag

the transcendent function

how many sick websites are there dedicated to this mang:


amazing site, predictable study