C.G. Jung’s Red Book is a bombastic volume, much like a medieval illuminated manuscript, recording in images and narrative reflections Jung’s encounters with the unconscious. The content of the Red Book was created by recording—and thereby preserving—his dreams and visions, his imaginal research during this “confrontation with the unconscious.” In the few years since its […]

via The Spirit of the Depths: Active Imagination, the Red Book, and the Recovery of an Imaginal Epistemology — A Vital Recognition

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