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by Elie G Humbert


Humbert has a remarkable capacity to get right inside Jung's ideas, bringing them close to human emotional .

Humbert has a remarkable capacity to get right inside Jung's ideas, bringing them close to human emotional experience and forcing the reader to confront the implications. At the same time, the book has an exemplary intellectual quality. Andrew Samuels, author of Jung and the Post-Jungians. Humbert has a miraculous talent for clarifying some of the most difficult and complex ideas of Jung, while retaining the original flavor. One of clearest works on active imagination that I have read is a book by the French post-Jungian author, Elie G. Humbert, C. G. Jung: The Fundamentals of Theory and Practice.

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Elie Humbert has written an outstanding introduction to the spirit and practice of Jungian psychology. Analyzed by Jung, Humbert brings a unique understanding of Jung's ideas, developed over many years within the atmosphere of French psychoanalytic thought. Jung: The Fundamentals of Theory and Practice is excellent reading for anyone wishing a fuller understanding of Jung's approach to psychology and Psychotherapy.

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C. An outstanding introduction to the spirit and practice of Jungian psychology. Bookseller Inventory BBS-9781888602791. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Analyzed by Jung, Humbert brings a unique understanding of Jung’s ideas, developed over many years within the atmosphere of French psychoanalytic thought. Translated from French by Ronald Jalbert. Humbert has a remarkable capacity to get right inside Jung's ideas, bringing them close to human emotional experience and forcing the reader to confront the implications. Jung : The Fundamentals of Theory and Practice. By (author) Elie Humbert.

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One of clearest works on active imagination that I have read is a book by the French post-Jungian author, Elie G. Humbert, C. G. Jung: The Fundamentals of Theory and Practice. Translated into English by Ronald Jalbert and published by Chiron, in 1988, Hubert says that the process of active imagination as Jung taught it, may be divided up into three German verbs: 1) Geschenlassen (to let happen), 2) Betrachten (to consider, or to impregnate), and 3) Sich auseinandersetzung (to confront oneself with). "These three German verbs geshhenlassen, betrachten, and sich auseinandersetzung," writes Humbert "together define conscious activity in its confrontation with the unconscious" (13). As Humbert tells us "Jung uses the word geshehenlassen ("to let happen") to describe the way in which he deals with whatever comes to mind" (10). Humbert refers to a line in Jung's memoirs when Jung said to himself: "Since I know nothing at all, I shall simply do whatever comes to me" (MDR 173). The process of letting go led to the next stage of the method, the act of looking, which psychologically brings about the activation of the object and the emanation of something moving in one's spiritual eye that evokes the inner manifestation of one's vision. This movement, he called betrachten. Jung defines the German word betrachten in his Visions Seminars in the following manner: "The German betrachten... means `to make pregnant'... So to look at or concentrate on an object conveys to it the quality of pregnancy. And if it is pregnant, it is alive, it produces, it multiples. That is the case with any phantasy image. One concentrated on it, then finds difficulty in keeping it quiet; it gets restless, it shifts; something is added to it or it multiples itself; one fills it with living power and it becomes pregnant. (Visions Seminars, 260). For anyone interested in Jung's technique of active imagination and its application to analysis this is good book to have for reference.
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C.G. Jung: The fundamentals of theory and practice ebook
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