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Carl Jung Ego:  conscious level; carries out  daily activities; like Freud’s   Conscious Personal Unconscious :   individual’s thoughts, memories,  wishes, impulses; like Freud’s   Preconscious + Unconscious Collective Unconscious:   storehouse of memories inherited  from the common ancestors of  the whole human race;  no  counterpart in Freud’s theory   3 Levels of Consciousness:
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The Collective Unconscious       It contains  archetypes emotionally charged images  and thought forms that have  universal meaning.      Archetypes cause us to  respond in certain ways to  common human experiences.      Key archetype:   Mandala   (“magic circle”), an image  symbolizing the unity of life.
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Jung Speaks on the Mandala… I had to abandon the idea of the superordinate position of the ego. . .. I saw that everything, all paths I had been following, all steps I had taken, were leading back to a single point -- namely, to
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course PSY 1443 taught by Professor Lopez during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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