Abstract: The article looks at Jungian psychology and its inner conflict. A sober school of thought is being undermined by a pseudo-religious aesthetizing tendency. Jung’s dependency on Swedenborg is evaluated.

Keywords: Carl Jung, Emanuel Swedenborg, Black Books, Red Book, phenomenalism, aestheticism, spiritualism.

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Is Jungian psychology neurotic?

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Interesting. Re-balancing? Before knowing anything of Swedenborg his name showed up in a dream of mine. Currently reading Lachman's Mystic Jung. Have you read his Swedenborg biography?

No, I haven't. But I've read his book on Jung.

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