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Jung, C G - The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious - Know yourself



Type of Spiritual Experience


A very specific example, but nevertheless part of the overall theme of the need to know yourself.  This is an important example, because Jung has brought out the fact that it is pointless assigning moral judgements to roles.  A person who may appear destructive may have an absolutely key and essential role to play in the scheme of things.  As long as the person understands the role then the effects can only in the longer term be for the good, if he or she doesn't, then the effects may destroy them.


A description of the experience

The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious – C G Jung

The woman whose fate it is to be a disturbing element is not solely destructive, the worker of change is herself changed and the glare of the fire she ignites both illuminates and enlightens all the victims, what seems a senseless upheaval becomes a process of purification

So that all that is vain
Might dwindle and wane (Faust Part II)

If a woman of this type remains unconscious of the meaning of her function, if she does not know that she is

Part of that power which would
Ever work evil but engender good (Faust Part I)

 she will herself perish by the sword she brings. But consciousness can transform her into a deliverer and a redeemer

The source of the experience

Jung, Carl Gustav

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Know yourself