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Jung, C G - Memories, Dreams and Reflections - Annihilation



Type of Spiritual Experience


In Carl Gustav Jung’s book Memories, Dreams and Reflections, Jung describes what it felt like when he had a heart attack and nearly died.  This description thus provides a good summary of the process that takes place when you die and also what the Higher spirit consists of:

It is difficult to assess from his description whether he had actually gone through annihilation, but as what preceded it was a heart attack, I suspect it may be more correctly classified as rebirth


A description of the experience

Carl Gustav Jung - Memories, Dreams and Reflections

‘I had the feeling that everything was being sloughed away, everything I aimed at or wished for or thought, the whole phantasmagoria of earthly existence, fell away or was stripped from me – an extremely painful process.  Nevertheless, something remained; it was as if I now carried along with me everything I had ever experienced or done, everything that had happened around me.  I might also say; it was with me and I was it.  I consisted of all that, so to speak’

‘I consisted of my own history, and I felt with great certainty; this is what I am ‘I am this bundle of what has been and what has been accomplished’. This experience gave me a feeling of extreme poverty, but at the same time of great fullness.  There was no longer anything I wanted or desired.  I existed in an objective form.  I was what I had been and lived.  At first the sense of annihilation predominated of having been stripped or pillaged, but suddenly that became of no consequence.  Everything seemed to be past; what remained was a fait accompli, without any reference back to what had been.  There was no longer any regret that something had dropped away or been taken away.  On the contrary I had everything that I was and that was everything


The source of the experience

Jung, Carl Gustav

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