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 <fc red> to do </​fc>​p84 " the Self as a self-renewing system. <fc red> to do </​fc>​p84 " the Self as a self-renewing system.
  
-<fc green>​Speaking here about the Seven Ravens Grimm fairytale, she references [[aker:collected_works:​cw12|CW12]] §201 where Jung speaks of the difficulty in assimilating the fourth function, going from 3 to 4 in a dream.</​fc>​\\ ​+<fc green>​Speaking here about the Seven Ravens Grimm fairytale, she references [[collected_works:​cw12|CW12]] §201 where Jung speaks of the difficulty in assimilating the fourth function, going from 3 to 4 in a dream.</​fc>​\\ ​
 p108 "At the end of both fairytales you have eight persons. The symbolism of this motif is discussed by Jung in //​Psychology and Alchemy//, where the difficult step from three to four, or seven to eight, is related to the problem of integration the fourth, inferior function. Here there is always a great difficulty, which has to do with the fact that the unconscious cannot be completely integrated and the fourth function always remains more or less autonomous. This is actually a good thing, for it means that the flow of life goes on and always constellates new material and new problems. The whole is never integrated, and supposing it could be, it would mean the petrification of the life process."​ p108 "At the end of both fairytales you have eight persons. The symbolism of this motif is discussed by Jung in //​Psychology and Alchemy//, where the difficult step from three to four, or seven to eight, is related to the problem of integration the fourth, inferior function. Here there is always a great difficulty, which has to do with the fact that the unconscious cannot be completely integrated and the fourth function always remains more or less autonomous. This is actually a good thing, for it means that the flow of life goes on and always constellates new material and new problems. The whole is never integrated, and supposing it could be, it would mean the petrification of the life process."​