A Different Take on Death From Carl Jung
February 08, 2007
Renowned psychologist Carl Jung shares his thoughts about death.
He gives his view that death is just as psychologically important as birth. Death is not necessarily an "end," he says, because the psyche isn't entirely confined to space and time (for instance, you can see dreams and visions of future).The psyche may serve a practical continuation of life beyond time and space, and, as such, Jung believes death should be regarded as a goal and something to look forward to. No matter what your personal beliefs are, this video is sure to get you thinking.