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Thursday, November 11, 2010

The Transcendent Function – CREDO CXXVIII

As the archetypal processes work on all levels, I am going to show how simple some of Jung’s ideas can be explained by using simple things. So with apologies to those who already know, let me demonstrate the nature of the Transcendent Function.

Looking at the triangle above:

The base line can stand for the matter in question.
The side lines can represent any opposites: pro/con; conscious/unconscious, etc. Thesis, antithesis, synthesis.
The apex represents the solution!

It is like the little tab on a zipper, as it pulls the opposite sides together, it acts as a sym-bolos (joining)

This is another proof that the archetypal processes can be found all around us hidden in things! The secret is to look at any physical object (noun) and turn it into a verb by asking it, “What do you do?” (verb). Then listen to what it reveals . . . !

Try this with a pen, or wrapping paper, a cup, or a candle!! This is a great secret! Nothing is hidden, we are blind! “Having eyes, you do not see,” as Christ remarked.

Have been ill, hence delay in CREDOS, but I did want to share this thought! Will be 88 on the 13th! but as mentioned before, got A+ in cackling lessons!



maria said...

Happy Birthday, Alice! Your books and blog continue to be so inspirational for me! Thank you!

Karen said...

Happy Happy birthday Alice from a grateful reader. May your day be full of blessings!

Sue said...

I haven't come across any of your books yet, having surfed into your blog looking for things about that pesky negative animus.

But I am loving what I am reading, and trying to savour your blog posts slowly. Looking forward to reading some of your books.

Blessings to you from Australia.

Anonymous said...

Happy Belated Birthday Alice - thank you for sharing your wisdom so generously - I have gained so much reading your books and your blog. I am glad you are feeling better.

Blessings to you and may your next year be full of peace and joy and vibrant health! Fondly, Elaine