By C. G. Jung
5 lengthy essays that hint Jung's constructing curiosity in alchemy from 1929 onward. An creation and complement to his significant works at the topic, illustrated with forty two patients' drawings and work.
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49 B u t besides th e o rd in ary , fa m ilia r affects th e re are su b tle r, m ore com plex em o tio n al states th a t can n o lo n g e r be d escrib ed as affects p u re a n d sim ple b u t are frag m en tary psychic systems. T h e m ore com plicated they are, the m ore they have th e charac te r of personalities. ” Such frag m e n tary systems are to be fo u n d especially in m e n ta l diseases, in cases of psychogenic sp littin g of the perso n ality (d o u b le p erso n ality), a n d of course in m e d iu m istic p h en o m en a.
It was the dual form of the Son . . the unm anifest m ade m anifest, the unform ulate form ulate, the unindividuate individuate, G od as the Lord, proving through H is duality that G od is Substance as w ell as Force, Love re A n n a K in g sfo rd , H e r L ife, L e tte rs, D ia ry , a n d W o r k , pp. i2gf. I am indebted for this reference to my colleague, Dr. Beatrice Hinkle, N ew York. 26 as well as W ill, F em inine as well as M asculine, M o th er as w ell as Father. 41 H e fo u n d th a t G o d is tw o in o n e, lik e m a n .
B eing seated at my w riting-table the w h ile in order to record the results as they came, and resolved to retain m y hold on my outer and circum ferential consciousness, n o m atter how far to wards my inner and central consciousness I m ight go. For I knew n ot w hether I should be able to regain the former if I once quitted m y h old of it, or to recollect the facts of the experience. A t length I achieved my object, though only by a strong effort, the tension occasioned by the endeavour to keep both extrem es of the conscious ness in view at once being very great.