Memories, Dreams, Reflections Setting & Symbolism

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Huningen

This is a location in Germany where there was a fortress. Carl Jung used this fortress as his model in what developed into a hobby that he kept for two years running. This is mentioned in chapter two of the book as it is an activity with which he was involved during the later part of his childhood.

Manikin and Stone

These are two extraordinary items that went together. In chapter one, Jung explains that he created a manikin and found a stone that he put together. They became talismanic, or harbored the clear, pure, and simple focus of his juvenile mind. He kept them in his attic where they provided both inspiration and great comfort. He also felt they were fun toys.

Phallic Throne

This is from chapter one. It may seem casual now, but in reality the author held secret to himself alone the contents...

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