The Reservoir
The Reservoir

Carl Jung believed we had a collective unconscious, a common reservoir of images derived from our species’ universal experiences. To Jung, the collective unconscious explains why spiritual concerns are deeply rooted and why people in different cultures share certain myths and images.

Project curated by Reema Alva.

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The Reservoir
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The Reservoir

Carl Jung believed we had a collective unconscious, a common reservoir of images derived from our species’ universal experiences. To Jung, the collective unconscious explains why spiritual concerns are deeply rooted and why people in different cultures share certain myths and images.

Project curated by Reema Alva.

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