It recounts and comments upon the author's psychological experiments between and , and is based on manuscripts first drafted by Jung in —15 and Norton in a facsimile edition, complete with an English translation, three appendices, and over editorial notes. In December , Norton additionally released a "Reader's Edition" of the work; this smaller format edition includes the complete translated text of The Red Book: Liber Novus along with the introduction and notes prepared by Sonu Shamdasani , but it omits the facsimile reproduction of Jung's original calligraphic manuscript. While the work has in past years been descriptively called simply "The Red Book", Jung did emboss a formal title on the spine of his leather-bound folio: he titled the work Liber Novus in Latin, the "New Book". His manuscript is now increasingly cited as Liber Novus , and under this title implicitly includes draft material intended for but never finally transcribed into the red leather folio proper. Jung was associated with Sigmund Freud for a period of approximately six years, beginning in
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Idi na vrh. It has been characterized variously as a creative illness, a descent into the underworld, a bout with insanity, a narcissistic self-deification, a transcendence, a midlife breakdown and an inner disturbance mirroring the upheaval of World War I.
Whatever the case, in , Jung, who was then 38, got lost in the soup of his own psyche. He was haunted by troubling visions and heard inner voices. For about six years, Jung worked to prevent his conscious mind from blocking out what his unconscious mind wanted to show him. Jung recorded it all. First taking notes in a series of small, black journals, he then expounded upon and analyzed his fantasies, writing in a regal, prophetic tone in the big red-leather book.
The book detailed an unabashedly psychedelic voyage through his own mind, a vaguely Homeric progression of encounters with strange people taking place in a curious, shifting dreamscape.
Writing in German, he filled oversize pages with elaborate calligraphy and with richly hued, staggeringly detailed paintings. What he wrote did not belong to his previous canon of dispassionate, academic essays on psychiatry.
Nor was it a straightforward diary. It did not mention his wife, or his children, or his colleagues, nor for that matter did it use any psychiatric language at all. It was this last part — the idea that a person might move beneficially between the poles of the rational and irrational, the light and the dark, the conscious and the unconscious — that provided the germ for his later work and for what analytical psychology would become. The book tells the story of Jung trying to face down his own demons as they emerged from the shadows.
The results are humiliating, sometimes unsavory. In it, Jung travels the land of the dead, falls in love with a woman he later realizes is his sister, gets squeezed by a giant serpent and, in one terrifying moment, eats the liver of a little child. He worked on his red book — and he called it just that, the Red Book — on and off for about 16 years, long after his personal crisis had passed, but he never managed to finish it.
He actively fretted over it, wondering whether to have it published and face ridicule from his scientifically oriented peers or to put it in a drawer and forget it. Regarding the significance of what the book contained, however, Jung was unequivocal. If anyone tells you that it is morbid or neurotic and you listen to them — then you will lose your soul — for in that book is your soul.
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Liber Novus (Crvena knjiga)
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See Featured Authors Answering Questions. To ask other readers questions about Crvena knjiga , please sign up. Answered Questions 2. Do all the editions of this book have illustrations? John Camie NO illustrations in the pictorial sense; However if your searching for your soul this book paints a beautiful, somewhat enigmatic stream of Jung's unc …more NO illustrations in the pictorial sense; However if your searching for your soul this book paints a beautiful, somewhat enigmatic stream of Jung's unconscious struggle to integrate the subconscious into consciousness. It's an intellectual tour de force that defines the struggle between reason and science and the irrational nonsense that remains undefined and unknown by the conscience rationality that represses a greater truth.
Red Book By Carl Gustav Jung
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