In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1the collective unconscious — el inconsciente colectivo
- Maybe there is a Jungian association in the collective unconscious of film-makers between the image of predatory female insects and domineering mothers.
- Carl Jung wrote of the psyche as that aspect of each of us which incorporates the conscious, the unconscious and also the collective unconscious - that realm beyond our individual self, the realm of the archetypal.
- In addition to believing in a number of occult and paranormal notions, Jung contributed two new ones: synchronicity and the collective unconscious.
- Surrealist artists hope to bring the visions and symbols of the unconscious mind, including the collective unconscious, to light through paintings, sculpture and photography so that they might be interpreted.
- Revered all over the world, these stars have left an indelible mark on the human psyche and upon our collective unconscious where they continue to intrigue humanity.
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