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When Carl Jung embarked on an extended self exploration he called it his “confrontation with the unconscious” the heart of it was The Red Book a large illuminated volume he created between 1914 and 1930 Here he developed his principle theories—of the archetypes the collective unconscious and the process of individuation—that transformed psychotherapy from a practice concerned with treatment of the sick into a means for higher development of the personality While Jung considered The Red Book to be his most important work only a handful of people have ever seen it Now in a complete facsimile and translation it is available to scholars and the general public It is an astonishing example of calligraphy and art on a par with The Book of Kells and the illuminated manuscripts of William Blake This publication of The Red Book is a watershed that will cast new light on the making of modern psychology 212 color illustrations


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    12109I couldn't sleep last night as inspired as I was having begun to read Carl Jung's Liber Novus his Red Book My first impression is that this is a massive tome at 16x12x2'' it is easily the largest book I've ever laid hand on and just turning the pages takes a substantial effort But it's well worth it The Liber Novus is Jung's account of his decades long process of psychological and subconscious self experimentation through a technique called active imagination a process that he claimed was the seeds to all his work Written first in a series of Black Books this masterpiece was later painstakingly copied into a red leather bound book though never finished And by copy I mean create an entire illuminated manuscript complete with exquisite calligraphy and full color mandala and dream illustrations that Jung worked on till his fascination with alchemy took hold and then sat in a box until long after he died This first edition presents not just a translation of the text by Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani but a full facsimile of the original folio plates which have been kept in a safe deposit box unlooked at for the last 80 years and so are in excellent condition The edition also includes critical apparatuses a historical essay to contextualize the significance of the Liber Novus in Jung's life and work and was the main thrust to convince the Society for the Heirs of Jung to finally let the book be published as well as paratextual citations to highlight the variety of references in the manuscript itself which should make the read that much insightfulFlipping through the folio I was struck by the richness of the illustrations some of which I would consider masterpieces in themselves filled with fractals swirling colors archetypal situations and a surreal dream sense that was apparently under appreciated by the Surrealists The calligraphy is in German which I unfortunately don't speak and can only comment on the precise appearance ofAs for the text itself that will be my next attempt I will say that it begins with the title The way of what is to come along with some prophetic quotations from Isaiah and much of it is in dialogue form between Jung and his spirit guide in the tradition of Mephistopheles placing the work as a modern take of the tradition of revelatory literature which isn't so far off considering the inclusion of Jung's dreams prophesying the World Wars On the whole the book seems to be Jung's attempt to reconcile the scientific with the mythic and spiritual the personal with collective and as such could not be timely than to finally see the light of people's eyes As a writer interested in the use of dreams and personal narratives as well as having taken this process to my own experimental revelatory self mythology and understand the danger of attempting vs the incredibly potent imagery that can come out of such a process I suspect the Liber Novus may have far reaching cultural effects that we could only begin to imagine121109I finally started reading the text of Jung's Red Book last night and it is as revelatory revolutionary and vitally important as I suspected it would be not just in terms of Jung's psychological theories but in taking a stance for a broader spiritual approach to reality that is even lacking now than when Jung was writing Reading this is like reading Blake I want to quote every passage as they are almost all brilliant but if my cat will get off the tome I'll look at some of the important symbols and themes that Jung was attempting to articulate The spirit of the times vs the spirit of the depths Jung makes a distinction between the spirit or stance of the time in which he lives vs the spirit of a greater ancient and universal reality that is entirely overlooked by the present and is striving to come forth through Jung This is historical consciousness vs the mythic subconsciousness and Jung frames the Red Book as a way of getting past all the small minded violent materialistic impulses of his age including a harsh criticism of Christianity while recognizing that this present world may entirely ignore his warning and call for an understanding of the subconscious The supreme meaning Jung claims that God and gods are only images of an eternal supreme meaning oscillating between meaning and absurdity and it is this supreme meaning that men must come to recognize as a solution to the spirit of the times This is entirely consistent with my concept of ultimate significance in that the supreme meaning is truly real than the images we conceive of it through Dreams and epiphanic visions Jung recounts a number of visions prophesying the world wars as well as his own future work He claims an uncontrollable compulsion to record these dreams though he never did before Similarly a number of the passages Jung claims are actually the spirit of the depths or his soul speaking through him as a medium The soul Much of the early part of this book is Jung's attempt to reconnect with his soul This is the formation of his archetype of the animaanimus but it is not made explicit in his academic writings that the archetype is not just an image but one's actual living soul which encourages us to live and do everything we dream of living and doing The soul is one's God and opposite which perfects us in the supreme meaning The soul is not part of us we are only the expression and symbol of our soul in the world The desert Though Jung's academic writings discuss the archetypes they do not discuss as far as I've read the importance of subconscious locations In particular Jung discusses here the image of the desert which is the conception of oneself and soul that one must journey into and rejuvenate in order to overcome the spirit of the times Jung believes he saw a desert because his soul had been withered and perhaps those in touch with their souls experience a garden From my own explorations of the subconscious I also found this desert of the soul as the location for the deeper mythic realities I had to contend with outside of the city the symbol for the everyday world and times As my own process continued this desert was first flooded and became a garden before the entire inner world was set to flames so that a new internal reality could form I am curious how these locations change through Jung's process in the remainder of the Red Book as I find such psychogeographies an essential compliment to the character archetypes The descent into hell Jung has a vision in which he realizes that he must descend to hell in order to individuate himself and find the supreme meaning Such descensus avernum are common in mythic and revelatory literature and serve as another example of the importance of place as symbol for Jung's theories Jung equates this descent with the possibility of going mad and sees himself as a sacrificed hero who must overcome that potential madness for a divine madness lacking in the spirit of the times This section and the titles of the other sections suggest that Jung is on a hero's journey comparable to that described by Joseph Campbell This hell is all the absurd meaninglessness of our times that we must go through in order to construct our own meaning of events which is the supreme meaning