Carl Jung (Born July 26, 1875, in Kesswil,/ Died June 6, 1961, in Küsnacht) a Swiss psychiatrist and one of the most influential thinker of our time, the founder of analytical psychology. He was a psychology professor who constantly looked for the connections between the spiritual side of man, studied things that applied to the ‘present’ like the ‘I-Ching’ the present acting in a place between the past and the future, architypes and their meaning in the subconscious, we could say that this was a research placed between Analytical Psychology, Anthropology and Philosophy which has given us such interesting concepts as to “the collective unconscious”, and “synchronicity”, Jung has created a mush more diverse spiritual legacy where we can find a whole raft of different ideas which relate to the ‘whole’. Initially when we talk about famous psychologists, we may think of Sigmund Freud whose theories have been largely discredited, and, in my opinion were only excepted at the time into the views of Western society for their being so called new ideas. In reality Carl Gustav Jung was the person who opened the door to a much deeper imprint in the study of the personality and the human psyche, this was due to the fact that Jung was spiritual awakened.
“If you are a talented person it does not mean that you have received something, it means that you can do something” -Carl Gustav Jung-