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The Dao of Anima Mundi: I Ching and Jungian Analysis, the Way and the Meaning
Journal Title: STUDI JUNGHIANI 
Author/s: Heyong Shen 
Year:  2016 Issue: 44 Language: Italian 
Pages:  20 Pg. 125-144 FullText PDF:  427 KB
DOI:  10.3280/JUN2016-044010
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The author presents some Chinese philosophical ideas in order to discuss the ancient notion of "Dao", linked with the Jungian concepts of Self, archetype, Individuation process and Anima Mundi and related with the theme of the Conference. The author emphasizes the meaning pointed to by Confucius in introducing the term "Zhong" ("Equilibrium") as the psychological path to the state of harmony implied by the word Dao. The author will also mention the important relationship between Jung and I Ching and the so many aspects that connected the Book of Changes with the principles of analytical psychology; for example, the terms Shi, implied by the word Dao. The author will also mention the important relationship between Jung and I Ching and the so many aspects that connected the Book of Changes with the principles of analytical psychology; for example, the terms Shi, time and Shi-Zhong, equilibrium implied by the word Dao. The author will also mention the important relationship between Jung and I Ching and the so many aspects that connected the Book of Changes with the principles of analytical psychology; for example, the terms Shi, time and Shi-Zhong, equilibrium with time, balance through time, take on a meaning that reminds to the term synchronicity, developed by Jung and as well as the Dao concept interpreted as Self and meaning.
Keywords: Dao, Jung, Ching, Anima Mundi, Individuation, Timing.

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Heyong Shen, The Dao of Anima Mundi: I Ching and Jungian Analysis, the Way and the Meaning in "STUDI JUNGHIANI" 44/2016, pp. 125-144, DOI:10.3280/JUN2016-044010

   

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