Image of God : Modern man's new awareness of subjectivity; The nature of the new God-image as a union of opposites; How the new God- image is born in individual men and women.. Analytical Psychology and Religion -- Seminars : This book follows the text of a lecture series on Jung's Letters.. God (Christianity) : Evolution of the Western God-image.. Incarnation : Part 3: Continuing incarnation (How the new God-image is born in individual men and women), p77-120.. Trinity : Trinity image, archetype, see index.. Devil : 'As Jung has elaborated, Yahweh has two sons: Christ and Satan' p.xx, see index under Satan.. Melville, Herman. 1819-1891 : White Jacket : p82-84.. Faith : see index.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961. Works: Answer To Job : see index.. Buber, Martin. 1878-1965 : see index.. Neumann, Erich. 1905-1960 : see index.. Buddhism : see index.. Jesus Christ : see index.. Individuation (Psychology) : see index.. Jung, Carl Gustav. 1875-1961. Works: Aion : see index.. Mana : p8.
Material 1st presented in 1991 as lecture series at the C.G. Jung Inst. of Los Angeles. Ed. by Dianne D. Cordic and Charles Yates.
Part 1 Epistemological premises. Part 2 The paradoxical god. Part 3 Continuing incarnation. Appendix: Jung's letters to Bernhard Lang; Walter Bernet; Valentine Brooke; Robert C. Smith; Pastor Tanner; Victor White; Erich Neumann; Frau N.; Elined Kotschnig; Morton T. Kelsey; William Lachat; David Cox
C. G. Jung saw in the cultural history of Western man a progressive evolution of its God-image. This book is a discussion of 14 remarkable letters, written during the last ten years of Jung's life, about the new God-image which is now emerging through the discoveries of depth psychology. This book follows the text of a lecture series on Jung's Letters given during a 10-week period in the Fall of 1991 at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, as part of the Analysts' Training Program.