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The Jungian Myth and Advaita Vedan

The Jungian Myth and Advaita Vedanta  
by Carol Whitfield        
ISBN (Paperback): 9380049056, 9789380049052
Price (Paperback): 200.00 INR
Pages: xi+314
Language: English
Year of Pub.: 2009
Publication: Motilal Banarsidass

About The Jungian Myth and Advaita Vedanta:

The Vedantic myth differs from the Jungian myth in that there is a point of completion, or a winning of the game, which is not true in Jung's conception. For Jung, the process of individuation is an ongoing process which is never completed. The Vedantin would look at Jung's process of individuation differently, in reference to the meaning of life. The nature of the Self revealed in the Upanisads is limitless, non-dual, and whole. Liberation is knowledge of this Self which equates to the attainment of wholeness, the apparent lack of wholeness being due only to Self-Ignorance. Self-Knowledge is the recognition and differentiation of an already existent wholeness which is both transcendent and imminent to all of one's perceptions.  


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