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June 30, 2011



"...The dream of the little girl is an archetypal dream, one of those strange archeypal dreams children occasionally have.
" I explain these archetypal dreams of children by the fact that when consciousness begins to dawn, when the child begins to feel that he is, he is still close to the original psycghological world from which he has just emerged: a condition of deep unconsciousness. Therefore you find with many children an awareness of the contents of the collective uncoonscious, a fact which in some Eastern beliefs is interpreted as reminiscence of a former existence..."
C.G. Jung, Anaylytical Psychology: Theory & Practice, 106.

See my posts on the work of Ian Stevenson: http://bmeihadaga.blogspot.com/2009/11/deeper-is-higher-part-v.html

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