Carl Gustav Jung possesses one of the first places amongst the most important and famous persons of XX century. His ideas, terms and theories are widely used till now. Even in our everyday life we often use definitions like “complex”, “introvert”, “extrovert” and “archetype” which were created by Carl Jung. That shows how much his works are important for modern society and also for psychology, its development and growth.
His ideas were coming from world of symbols, from dreams and myths. They came a long way from fantasy to reality and united a human psycho with its true self and with its ancient history.
Lifelong story of searching
His life was one big journey to the depth of spirit to the most sacred secrets of a soul. He was never interested in what is going on in reality as long as it did not touch his inner self and only such events he remembered, collected and deeply analyzed. His way was a way of thinker, philosopher, and consisted in solitude of thoughts and happiness of sharing results with others. Learn more from Carl Jung's biography.
Discovery of new lands of spirit
Jungian psychology is a successful union of persistent studying of human souls and dreams, of Eastern and Western philosophy, alchemy, astrology, sociology, literature and arts.
«He looked at his own Soul with a Telescope. What seemed all irregular, he saw and showed to be beautiful Constellations; and he added to the Consciousness hidden worlds within worlds.» (Coleridge, Notebooks)