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VISION   Personified Unconscious Thought

Jung (1933) said that: “The vision is not something derived or secondary, and it is not a symptom of something else.  It is true symbolic expression of something existent in its own right, but imperfectly known” (p. 162). Instead of “allegories,” Jung (1933) said “rather they appeared as visions,” which “have not been consciously contrived to depict experience in either veiled or even fantastic terms” (p. 562).  “These images,” he said, “apparently are portrayals of personified unconscious thoughts,” and their “imagistic manner” (p. 562).

 

The visions were “set in a dark earthly depth, evidently an allegorical representation of the inner depths beneath the extension of the bright space of consciousness or the psychic field of vision” and “called for more reflection and interpretation than the other experiences, to which I could not do justice with cogitation” (p. 562).  

Psychic Field of Vision
Vision-Making Function

Picture Method

Paint

Psychology of Sight

A New Way of Seeing Stars

Seer

Active Imagination

Activate Image

View

 “It [soul] is not to be thought; it is to be viewed. It is a painting." C. G. Jung

              

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Foresight

Prophecy

Prometheus

Looking Forward

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Foreknowledge

Prediction

"Holiness is also revelatory: it is the illuminative power emanating from an archetypal figure." C. G. Jung
Looking Forward

Prometheus

Now

Present

Looking Back

Epimetheus

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"Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakes." C JUNG