Carl Jung did many contributions in the field psychology and the biggest one is “collective unconscious”.  Jung said that collective unconscious stays under person’s personal conscience, which is an important part of the human psyche and it has been there forever, also known as “archetypes” which helps to make the decision and to behave in […]

Every story has multiple sides, all with different viewpoints, thoughts, and conclusions. Much like myth, there is no one good way to describe it. It is utterly impossible to establish a single definition of myth that encapsulates all the stories, as well as rightfully acknowledge the importance of them. It is a continuous effort to […]

Introduction Both Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud are considered to be the founders of the modern psychoanalytic motion besides their different approach to psychology. Mental illnesses are common, widespread and can be physically or/and emotionally trying to families. Mental illness is a disease that causes mental disturbance and behavioral change resulting in an inability to […]

Introduction Carl Jung, born as Carl Gustav Jung in Kesswil, Sweden July 26, 1875 was the first son of Paul Jung and Emilie Preiswerk. His father was a pastor and his mother was of distinguished lineage for the country they grew up in. Carl Jung at a young age moved with his family to the […]

Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung, two very influential psychological thinkers, have provided great theories regarding religion. In this paper, I will be comparing Freud’s work to Jung in relation to Christianity. It will be interesting because even though Jung was inspired by Freud’s work and even involved in the psychoanalytic movement during their friendship, […]

Carl Jung’s levels of the psche Carl Jung’s levels of the psyche were to focus on conscious and unconscious of the brain. Jung and Freud were similar they both build theories on a guess. The importance of Jung’s unconscious didn’t come from his own experience of human living this is called a concept of collective […]

According to Carl Gustav Jung, there’s a spiritual instinct in all people at large, an inherent strain towards a relationship with somebody or one thing that transcends human power. Jung’s conviction concerning the catholicity led him to look at religion as a manifestation of the collective unconscious. Each spiritual practice and non secular expertise found […]

For thousands of years, narrative artforms have featured archetypes—characters built on a set of traits that are specific and identifiable. The heroes and villains of today’s books and films may be based on the same heroic and villainous archetypes found in the novels of Charles Dickens, the poetry of John Milton, and the theater of […]

Abstract Carl Jung was an amazing psychiatrist and psychoanalysis. He had a theory that we have certain archetypes, which are typical behaviors and personality from our collective unconscious, which as Jung explained they are experiences such as love, death, birth, religion, life, struggle and much more. In the movie The Wizard of Oz many characters […]

Carl Jung is oppositional to Christianity ideology and the views of God. They are not compatible with with Christianity, because he delved into the occults and practiced necromancy. He quoted that all religions are imaginary but good, this proves that Christianity is like a human addiction, it makes us humans feel good, believing in an […]