Jung’s Error

This was Carl Jung’s biggest challenge – dealing with the collective human ignorance of the nature of logos. He got stuck in Alchemy. He just had to read the first line of Parmenides poem. And integrate his understanding. He missed that bit.

“Remember, the opposite of rational is not always irrational, but it can also be transrational or bigger than the rational mind can process; things like love, death, suffering, God, and infinity are transrational experiences. Both myth and mature religion understand this.~R Rohr

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1 thought on “Jung’s Error”

  1. The comments in the above Facebook Post were –
    Lee Flynn commented :
    Rohr’s terrific.
    And thanks, btw, for the re-introduction to Parmenides. And to his understanding of what “must either be altogether or not at all.”

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