Carl Jung Speaks About Nature, The Importance Of Living Without Fear, And His Answer To The Question: “Do You Believe In God?”

by • November 2, 2010 • Me, Nature, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology, SpiritualityComments (0)2424

Carl Jung (1875-1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist, influential thinker, and founder of analytical psychology. Here he speaks about death,  how the human experience is “not entirely confined to space and time”, and the importance of not spending too much thinking about the future:

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Here Jung answers the question “Do you believe in God?”

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In this third interview, Jung speaks about how his cumulative experience with patients has taught him that everyone seeks their own existence and confirmation that their life has meaning.  He finishes with the thought that mankind is its own worst enemy and the keys to understanding why this is so can be found within the study of the human psyche.

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