Carl Gustav Jung


< Returning 4 > He's been longing to return, come back and join us up front like this. He is not reincarnated back to Earth but will be soon. Perhaps my new persona Sam will perhaps get to know this reincarnation of Jung back here on Earth. He was a leader in his time developing new ideas and new consciousness, and while there was such a movement back in his days toward science and technology, he said,

"Hang on just a minute. It's not ALL about science. As a matter of fact, the being, the human is deprived of a very important part of themselves if you make it all about facts and figures and only the things that can be seen through a microscope or factored into a mathematical formula. There's something more. There's this thing called the psyche. There's this thing called the spirit, and that should play such an important role in any person's life, regardless of whether or not they were religious, but the understanding of their consciousness, of their inner self, and the thing that does go beyond the mind."

< Returning 4 > He was a pioneer in his time and that's why he has asked to come back and see the new pioneers of this new age, to learn from you so that when he incarnates once again, he has the very valuable lessons from all of you, the insights and the awarenesses that you have helped to develop. Carl came in also at an important time in his lifetime, although not nearly as large as the changes you are seeing right now.

< Returning 4 > Dear Carl, like most good young Swiss boys, had to study hard, had to recite and memorize and hit the books. His father, a preacher, wanted him to be a good student and a successful person in life. But there was always something in Carl that caused him to resent and resist the studies, much more so than other boys his age - eight, nine, ten years of age. Even though he could discipline himself, even though he studied hard and got somewhat good grades, there was part of him that was beginning to get angry, beginning to resent any of this studying. He wanted to go off in his daydreams. He wanted to feel his intuition. He wanted to connect with his spirit.

< Returning 4 > And you can imagine as a young boy how difficult that was to talk about when the order of the day was getting good grades - as the only son, the only child in his family - getting good grades so he could be successful, carry on the family name. He set up an interesting little situation for himself, as many of you did when you were younger also. I'm going to ask you to allow yourself to remember an event in your life that occurred when you were in the age range of, let's say, seven to maybe twelve or thirteen years of age. Something traumatic happened to change the course, to open you up.

< Returning 4 > For Carl, it was an argument with some of his other classmates one day. It got a bit nasty, using not so nice words with each other. Carl held back, trying not to get angry even though he could feel his face getting red and his fists clenching, until one of the other schoolmates - a boy much larger than he - happened to make an inappropriate comment about Carl's mother. Now, some of you know what that's like. But in this case, it was real for Carl's mother had severe problems with depression, anxiety. She was sent away quite often, locked away on a few occasions, and the separation from his mother was deep in Carl's heart and mind. This caring for her, but also his embarrassment about her.

< Returning 4 > So the moment the other boy made the comment about, what you would say now, 'your mama,' has brought up all of the anger, all of the resentment and all of the ill feelings that Carl had been holding, and he lunged at the accuser. And, of course, the other boy being much larger and much stronger and having the assistance of some of his other close-by thugs, beat the crap out of Carl, got him down on the ground, knocked his head continually into the hard dirt until he lay unconscious and lifeless. That was a turning point in Carl's life, because while he was laying there unconscious there was an infusion of new energy. You know what happens - sometimes you're in a car accident; sometimes you fall, get the wind knocked out of you; sometimes, like Carl, somebody punches you.

< Returning 4 > As he lay there unconscious, there was a change in him and he went from everything going through the mind to his heart opening up. When he came to and stumbled back home, he vowed never to go to school again. You see, he placed the blame on school, but something else was in the works. He told his father and his caretakers that he couldn't possibly go back, for they would beat him up again. But that was an excuse for what would become the very, very formative years of Carl's life.

< Returning 4 > He studied somewhat under his father, but he spent a tremendous amount of time with himself, what some would call daydreaming, but it was expanding. Some would call it just lying in bed, but what he called going into other realms. What some would call self-absorbed, but what actually was coming to know himself. He stayed out of the mind and the studying for several years so that he could bring his intuition and his sense of self into the forefront.

< Returning 4 > It was a set-up that Carl had for himself - a "just in case" set-up - just in case he got too caught up with studying as he feared he might. Just in case he forgot what he had come to Earth to do - to open the doors of consciousness, to be able to talk about things like cosmic consciousness, awareness of other dimensions and spirits, to come here to study psychiatry, philosophy, psychology, but from a whole new standpoint - neither the hard intellectual study or the religious study, but what you would now call the new consciousness.

< Returning 4 > So his episode when he was twelve years old altered the very mental course that he was on. Oh yes, eventually - eventually - one day he chose again to go back to the studying, and he did it from a whole new place now. Not just memorizing, but rather absorbing information. Not doing it just so he could get good grades and go to a good school, but because he was now immersed in the study of human consciousness, human history, and human potentials. Of course, as you know, he went on to become famous, writing books, lecturing around the world, meeting some of the greats. He spent some time working with Freud, but at some point in their relationship basically disagreeing with each other, with Jung going off on his own path, Freud going off on his. Of course, both of you, and Freud and Jung, know how the rest of each of their lives worked out.

< WalkOn 10 > Sedona is new age central for United States and actually for a lot of the world. It's also makyo central.  But I did make that announcement. I said, “The new age is over,” meaning that it's time to stop talking about it. It's time to stop exploring all the different modalities and methods. It's time to wrap that up. Blavatsky and Jung and Steiner and a few others were so instrumental in starting the new age 140 years ago. It was a time when the world needed new thinking and a new approach, to dive into mysticism and spirituality in a way that none of the churches were providing and really none of the other religions were providing. But it came time for the new age to close, and basically in closing to say, “It's either time to go back to ordinary regular life as a human or it's time to come into your enlightenment. It's time to be that embodied Master on Earth.”