Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was one of the great pioneers in the area of depth psychology and the field now known as adult developmental theory. His ideas probe beyond the rational description of human problems and behavior to the inner focus and meaning of our lives. Jung's contributions to psychology include the concepts of synchronicity, archetypes, the collective unconscious, and personality typology such as introversion and extroversion.
When so many devoted their genius to creating the means to destroy the world, Jung went inward on a lonely and dangerous journey, shedding light on those creative synthesizing forces within the human psyche that might enable the world to survive. He learned that by honestly facing personal conflicts on the most everyday level we each confront the deepest spiritual problems of universal human concerns.
Jung's life, his mission, and his voice are a challenge and a source of illuminating hope.
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