The UNUS MUNDUS forum of Psychovision (Remo F. Roth) invites discussion of theoretical and practical issues of a possible union of Carl Jung's depth psychology with quantum physical principles.
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In one of her books, Marie-Louise von Franz speaks of a tale "The king's son and daughter of the devil" where a prince should escape the devil. He is helped by the daughter of the devil. At a moment, she said: "I'm going to turn into a big pool of milk and you into duck. In swimming, stand always in the middle, head hidden, no seduction does force you to head out of milk or get close to the shore! "

There is image "in the Christian understanding that the believer who enters the wound in Christ's side is immune from the danger of evil".

prayer "Anima Christi" said
"O good Jesus, hear me, hide me in your wound, do not allow myself to be separated from you, defend me from the evil host"

Przywara compares the entry of the believer into the body of Christ with the grain of wheat falling into the earth to resurrect a hundredfold. As Jung has shown in the detailed discussion of this complex idea is to enter something maternal. Because the conscious mind of Western man displayed a pronounced male activity. his unconscious side, where it develops, is feminine features. As for the devil, it is the male principle which prompts man to return to the previous attitude.

Christian believers enter into the maternal wound of the son, the son who is half light of God, while in the tale, the compensatory figure of Prince enters the devil's daughter, the girl who has human feelings and that is half dark of God. And is greatly accentuated the willingness to devote ourselves to pure feeling.
[...]Only have to rely on feeling and soul, and it absolutely - without taking a single look outwards.[...]


or in Das Böse, Rasher Verlag, 1961.

There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not? ( Robert Kennedy quoting George Bernard Shaw )

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