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The Mystery That Heals | [Part 3 of 3] The Story of Carl Gustav Jung | Educational Films BBC 1972

Deals with the life and philosophy of Carl Gustav Jung in his later years; discusses the concept of the "shadow," and his attitudes toward Christianity and death.

Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service; Time-Life Films

Carl Jung -

Publication date:  1972
Topics:  Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961, Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
Publisher:  BBC Worldwide - British Broadcasting Corporation
Collections: Educational Films / Ephemeral Films

Writer and narrator, Laurens van der Post
Author: British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Time-Life Films.
Publisher: London, BBC-TV, Released in the U.S. by Time-Life Films, 1972.
Series: Life of Carl Gustav Jung., no. 3.

This three-part series from the archives of the BBC explores the life and work of one of psychology’s most innovative practitioners, Carl Gustav Jung. Filmed on location in Switzerland, the programs include rare interviews with Jung in which he discusses his relationship with Sigmund Freud, the significance of dreams, and his viewpoints on religion and death. Jung disciple Laurens van der Post and BBC’s John Freedman host the programs. 3-part series, 31 minutes each.

Part 1: In Search of the Soul   Video Link:
Deals with his childhood and student years and describes his relationship to and break with Freud
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Part 2: 67000 Dreams  Video Link:
Presents his major theories and concepts; 

Part 3: Mystery That Heals  Video Link:
Deals with his old age and his attitudes toward Christianity and death.
The final segment of a three part documentary that relates Jung's life and development of his thought. The program deals with his life and philosophy in his later years; discusses his attitudes toward Christianity, religion and death as well as the concept of the "shadow."

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