Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 6, Confrontation With the Unconscious Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Confrontation With the Unconscious Summary and Analysis

This chapter is consistent in that this section seems to stem reasonably from what has preceded it and yet it is apparently somewhat new. Here he passes into a new phase of his work and thought. During much of this time, he has a wife and becomes father to five children. He clearly states that he is quite happy that he has found himself able to have plenty of life outside of his own mind to keep him anchored to reality while also having a substantial inner life. He flat out states that he feels that Nietzsche actually lost it because he did not have enough of an external life going on that he was participating in.

Jung explains that he had a period of time when his work fizzled to one of...

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