Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 9, Travels Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Travels Summary and Analysis

This chapter addresses consciousness from a different aspect. Here Carl Jung begins to describe a world in which neither Christianity nor the European man predominate. He does his best to briefly share images and feelings which indicate the depth and truth of this difference.

He begins in Arabian North Africa. He immediately recognizes how much has changed since he does not readily understand the local language. Once there, as

a male, he is rather hidden from the realm of the women, but equally has access to world of men at depths from which women are typically barred, sometimes but not always for the best of reasons. The utter normalcy of same gender or at least male friendships that include what Europeans perceive as outright homosexual behaviors prevailed.

Later on he describes some of his journey to Native American territory...

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