December 25, 2011

« This is the fund of unconscious images which fatally confuse the mental patient. But it is also the matrix of a mythopoeic imagination which has vanished from our rational age. Though such imagination is present everywhere, it is both tabooed and dreaded, so that it even appears to be a risky experiment or a questionable adventure to entrust oneself to the uncertain path that leads into the depths of the unconscious. […] It is considered the path of error, of equivocation and misunderstanding. […] Unpopular, ambiguous, and dangerous, it is a voyage of discovery to the other pole of the world. »
~ “Memories, dreams, reflections”, C.G. Jung.

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