Reincarnation, The Collective Unconscious, and Individuation



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Reincarnation, The Collective Unconscious, and Individuation

Mike King

November 1994

Essay #2 Analytical Psychology and Eastern Mysticism

Abstract


In this paper the concept of reincarnation and Jung's theories of the collective unconscious and the individuation process are looked at, in relation to mysticism. Eastern and Western attitudes to reincarnation are discussed, and some personal experiences described. Both the collective unconscious and reincarnation are seen as relevant to the individuation process, which in turn can be seen as part of the purgative phase on the mystic path. The reader is reminded that the term 'individual' relates to that which cannot be divided.




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