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Red Book By Carl Gustav Jung

The Liber Novus is Jung's account of his decades long process of psychological and subconscious self experimentation, through a technique called "active imagination;" a process that he claimed was the seeds to all his work. Written first in a series of Black Books, this masterpiece was later painstakingly copied into a red leather-bound book, though never finished.

And by copy I mean create an entire illuminated manuscript, complete with exquisite calligraphy and full color mandala and dream illustrations, that Jung worked on till his fascination with alchemy took hold, and then sat in a box until long after he died. This first edition presents not just a translation of the text by Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani , but a full facsimile of the original folio plates, which have been kept in a safe deposit box unlooked at for the last 80 years and so are in excellent condition.

The edition also includes critical apparatuses; a historical essay to contextualize the significance of the Liber Novus in Jung's life and work and was the main thrust to convince the Society for the Heirs of Jung to finally let the book be published , as well as paratextual citations to highlight the variety of references in the manuscript itself, which should make the read that much more insightful. Flipping through the folio I was struck by the richness of the illustrations, some of which I would consider masterpieces in themselves, filled with fractals, swirling colors, archetypal situations, and a surreal dream-sense that was apparently under-appreciated by the Surrealists.

The calligraphy is in German, which I unfortunately don't speak, and can only comment on the precise appearance of. As for the text itself, that will be my next attempt. I will say that it begins with the title: "The way of what is to come," along with some prophetic quotations from Isaiah, and much of it is in dialogue form between Jung and his spirit guide in the tradition of Mephistopheles , placing the work as a modern take of the tradition of revelatory literature, which isn't so far off considering the inclusion of Jung's dreams prophesying the World Wars.

On the whole, the book seems to be Jung's attempt to reconcile the scientific with the mythic and spiritual, the personal with collective, and as such could not be more timely than to finally see the light of people's eyes. As a writer interested in the use of dreams and personal narratives, as well as having taken this process to my own experimental, revelatory, self-mythology and understand the danger of attempting vs.

Reading this is like reading Blake, I want to quote every passage as they are almost all brilliant , but if my cat will get off the tome I'll look at some of the important symbols and themes that Jung was attempting to articulate. But the numinous beginning, which contained everything, was then.

The text is written in German but includes quotations from the Vulgate in Latin, a few inscriptions and names written in Latin and Greek, and a brief marginal quotation from the Bhagavad Gita given in English. The initial seven folios or leaves of the book — which contain what is now entitled Liber Primus the "First Book" of Liber Novus — were composed on sheets of parchment in a highly illuminated medieval style.

However, as Jung proceeded working with the parchment sheets, it became apparent that their surface was not holding his paint properly and that his ink was bleeding through. These first seven leaves fourteen pages, recto and verso now show heavy chipping of paint, as will be noted on close examination of the facsimile edition reproductions.

In , Jung commissioned the folio-sized and red leatherbound volume now known as the Red Book. The folio-sized volume, Though Jung and others usually referred to the book simply as the "Red Book", he had the top of the spine of the book stamped in gilt with the book's formal title, Liber Novus "The New Book".

Jung subsequently interleaved the seven original parchment sheets at the beginning of the bound volume. After receiving the bound volume in , he began transcribing his text and illustrations directly onto the bound pages. Over the next many years, Jung ultimately filled only of the approximately pages bound in the Red Book folio.

Inside the book now are completed pages of text and illustrations including the loose parchment sheets , all from Jung's hand: [29] 53 full-page images, 71 pages with both text and artwork, and 81 pages entirely of calligraphic text.

In late and he compiled the visions from the journals, along with his additional commentary on each imaginative episode, into an initial manuscript. This manuscript was the beginning of Liber Novus.

In he compiled a further supplementary manuscript of visionary material and commentary, which he titled "Scrutinies"; this also was apparently intended for transcription into his red folio volume, the "Red Book". Only approximately two-thirds of Jung's manuscript text was transcribed into the Red Book by , when he abandoned further work on the calligraphic transcription of his draft material into the Red Book.

Foreword by Ulrich Hoerni

Everything else is to be derived from this. It began at that time, and the later details hardly matter anymore.

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My entire life consisted in elaborating what had burst forth from the unconscious and flooded me like an enigmatic stream and threatened to break me.

That was the stuff and material for more than only one life. Everything later was merely the outer classification, scientific elaboration, and the integration into life. But the numinous beginning, which contained everything, was then. The text is written in German but includes quotations from the Vulgate in Latin, a few inscriptions and names written in Latin and Greek, and a brief marginal quotation from the Bhagavad Gita given in English.

Religion – Philosophy – C.G. Jung and Cultures

The initial seven folios or leaves of the book — which contain what is now entitled Liber Primus the "First Book" of Liber Novus — were composed on sheets of parchment in a highly illuminated medieval style.Publication and display[ edit ] During Jung's life, several people saw his Red Book — it was often present in his office — but only a very few individuals who were personally trusted by Jung had an opportunity to read it.

That was the stuff and material for more than only one life. This first edition presents not just a translation of the text by Jung scholar Sonu Shamdasani , but a full facsimile of the original folio plates, which have been kept in a safe deposit box unlooked at for the last 80 years and so are in excellent condition. The Liber Novus is Jung's account of his decades long process of psychological and subconscious self experimentation, through a technique called "active imagination;" a process that he claimed was the seeds to all his work.

Sonu Shamdasani

On the whole, the book seems to be Jung's attempt to reconcile the scientific with the mythic and spiritual, the personal with collective, and as such could not be more timely than to finally see the light of people's eyes. Conceptual revision: The text is written in German but includes quotations from the Vulgate in Latin, a few inscriptions and names written in Latin and Greek, and a brief marginal quotation from the Bhagavad Gita given in English.

Here, Jung attempted to derive general psychological principles from the fantasies, as well as to understand to what extent the events portrayed in the fantasies presented, in a symbolic form, developments that were to occur in the world. In late and he compiled the visions from the journals, along with his additional commentary on each imaginative episode, into an initial manuscript.

It was the center of a major display and conference at the Library of Congress from June 17 — September 25,

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