The Symbolic Life: Miscellaneous Writings (The Collected by C. G. Jung

By C. G. Jung

This quantity is a miscellany of writings that Jung released after the gathered Works were deliberate, minor and fugitive works that he needed to assign to a distinct quantity, and early writings that got here to mild during learn.

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There were others who had worked w i t h Freud later on, usually only for a short time, and thereafter, helped by this experience both personally and i n terms of their careers, they returned to their own countries to practise psychoanalysis; for them i t seems to have been easier to take notes d u r i n g their own analysis, and to use these subsequently i n their publica­ tions. D. regarded herself as a student-patient); these diaries are therefore also interesting from another point of view, as they document the technique Freud used during those years i n his training analyses.

O n the following day he called together the various candidates and told them that he had been able to square the circle b y means of a suggestion by Anna, who had said that i f 6 x 5 made 30, so did 5 x 6; so i f each of them was prepared to give u p one hour per week, the problem would be solved. e. the British candidates who were i n A S P E L L IN V I E N N A 15 analysis at the same time (James Strachey, Alix Strachey, and J o h n Rickman), had not been called upon to make similar sac­ rifices.

Smiley Blanton (1971), too, gives us a not exactly stimulating picture of his first encounter. Blanton was on the whole quite a modest person; he may also, perhaps, simply have been rather out of place i n Vienna, being a man of the Deep South, still emotionally attached to the days of the Civil War and the Confederates and intensely religious into the bargain. He always seems to have been very anxious about and proud of his extraordinary analytical adventure, although he was aware of his own resistances: he tells i n the first few lines of his book how he cut his finger on the morning of the day on which he was to meet Freud.

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