Aug 23, 2021

A Report on Jung and Theosophy

 The Meeting Point Between Ethics,
Psychology and Esoteric Philosophy

Carlos Cardoso Aveline
Carl G. Jung, Sigmund Freud and Helena P. Blavatsky
1. The So-Called “Unconscious” Does Not Exist  
Carl Gustav Jung writes about the “unconscious” and the “collective unconscious”. What does the esoteric philosophy say about that?
It’s simple: precisely because universal consciousness is universal, it has no limits and could not have them. Therefore there is nothing unconscious in the universe, although there are “subconscious” and “supraconscious” levels of consciousness.
A Report on Jung and Theosophy” was published in the associated websites on 23 August 2021. It consists of  a translation, made by the author, of his Portuguese language text “Informe Sobre Jung e a Teosofia”. 
Read more:
* “Jung Writes Against Theosophy”.
* “The Whole Nature is Conscious”.
* “Theosophy and the Bardo Thodol”.
* “Tibetan Book of the Dead Is Ningma”.
* “Freud, Jung, And Ethics”.
* “Paracelsus and the Book of Nature”.
Helena Blavatsky (photo) wrote these words: “Deserve, then desire”.