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Marie-Louise von Franz

Data de nascimento: 4. Janeiro 1915
Data de falecimento: 17. Fevereiro 1998


Marie-Louise von Franz , foi uma psicoterapeuta analítica, pesquisadora e escritora da Alemanha, mas ativa na Suíça, importante continuadora do trabalho de Carl Jung.

Conheceu Jung em 1933 e permaneceu em contato com ele até sua morte em 1961. Fundou em Zurique o Instituto Carl Gustav Jung. Como psicoterapeuta analítica, analisou mais de 65 mil sonhos, escreveu mais de vinte livros e gravou vários filmes. Foi a primeira a apontar a similaridade da estrutura matemática do ADN com os padrões do I-Ching. Entre suas publicações, estão:

Alchemical Active Imagination

Alchemy: An Introduction To The Symbolism And The Psychology

Animus and Anima in Fairy Tales

Archetypal Dimensions of the Psyche

Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales

Aurora Consurgens: A Document Attributed to Thomas Aquinas on the Problem of Opposites in Alchemy. Inner City Books, Toronto, 2000.

C. G. Jung: His Myth in Our Time

Creation Myths

Dreams. Shambhala, Boston, 1991.

Feminine in Fairy Tales

Individuation in Fairy Tales

Interpretation of Fairytales. Spring Publications, Dallas, 8th Printing, 1987.

Light from the Darkness: The Paintings of Peter Birkhäuser, 1980

Number and Time, 1974

On Divination and Synchronicity: …

On Dreams & Death: A Jungian Interpretation

Projection and Re-Collection in Jungian Psychology: Reflections of the Soul

Psyche and Matter, Shambhala, Boston, 1992

Psychological Meaning of Redemption Motif in Fairytales

Puer Aeternus: A Psychological Study of the Adult Struggle With the Paradise of Childhood

The Cat: A Tale of Feminine Redemption

The Golden Ass of Apuleius: The Liberation of the Feminine in Man

The Interpretation of Fairy Tales

The Passion of Perpetua: A Psychological Interpretation of Her Visions. Inner City Books, Toronto, 2004.

The Problem of the Puer Aeternus

The Shadow and Evil in Fairy Tales

The Way of the Dream

The Way of the Dream DVD

Time Rhythm and Repose

Citações Marie-Louise von Franz


„Just as the mother influence is formative with a man's anima, the father has a determining influence on the animus of a daughter. The father imbues his daughter's mind with the specific coloring conferred by those indisputable views mentioned above, which in reality are so often missing in the daughter. For this reason the animus is also sometimes represented as a demon of death. A gypsy tale, for example, tells of a woman living alone who takes in an unknown handsome wanderer and lives with him in spite of the fact that a fearful dream has warned her that he is the king of the dead. Again and again she presses him to say who he is. At first he refuses to tell her, because he knows that she will then die, but she persists in her demand. Then suddenly he tells her he is death. The young woman is so frightened that she dies. Looked at from the point of view of mythology, the unknown wanderer here is clearly a pagan father and god figure, who manifests as the leader of the dead (like Hades, who carried off Persephone). He embodies a form of the animus that lures a woman away from all human relationships and especially holds her back from love with a real man. A dreamy web of thoughts, remote from life and full of wishes and judgments about how things "ought to be," prevents all contact with life. The animus appears in many myths, not only as death, but also as a bandit and murderer, for example, as the knight Bluebeard, who murdered all his wives.“

— Marie-Louise von Franz
p. 319 - 320

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