Room of mirrors portraying Carl Jung's archetypes.
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Carl Jung (1875-1961), was a distinguished Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. His deep knowledge of literature, art, eastern religion, alchemy, and pagan mythology helped him create one of the most prominent fields in psychology: Analytic Psychology.

Derived from Freud’s Psychoanalysis, Analytical Psychology retained an emphasis on the unconscious but expanded beyond the personal unconscious to include archetypes and a collective unconscious.