Encounter with the self: a Jungian commentary on William by Edward F. Edinger

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Jung, Answer to Job, par. 733. Page 46 Page 47 Picture 12 Here a new man, a fourth one previously unmentioned, enters the pictureElihu. A change of psychic atmosphere is indicated by the presence of stars for the first time. It is as though Job's encounter with the abyss had caused a change. The fourth figure signifies the emergence of Job's totality. Elihu is a young man who begins by saying, I am still young, and you are old, so I was shy, afraid to tell you what I know. 21 Elihu is the young and fresh aspect of the psyche, the undeveloped function, the child, that which is closest to the unconscious.

Jung writes, Job is challenged as though he himself were a god. But in the contemporary metaphysics there was . . no other god except Satan . . In his stead God must set up his miserable servant as a bugbear whom he has to fight. . . . The conflict becomes acute for Yahweh as a result of a new 23. , 38: 211. Page 50 factor . . " I think he refers to Job's refusal to accept responsibility for events that he knows he did not cause. Job's intellectual honesty, his loyalty to his own perception of reality, his integrity in maintaining the distinction between subject and object, between man and Godall these go to make up Job's moral behaviour, which has forced God to reveal himself.

Job's newly established relation to his daughters corresponds to what Jung says happened to 'Yahweh after his encounter with Job. "36 Yahweh had treated Job in a shockingly unrelated way. His feminine side had been missing and must be recovered, as it is here with Job. 36. Jung, Answer to Job, par. 617. " Page 72 Page 73 Picture 21 The final picture shows Job, his wife and new family gathered around the tree of life once again under new and different circumstances. It is dawn, the sun is rising on the right.

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