By Robert H. Hopcke
With the intention to give you the first coherent conception of sexual orientation within the culture of analytical psychology, the writer proposes a view of homosexuality that's archetypally established, empirically supportable, psychologically profound, and spiritually evocative.
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Should 1954, to the Younger people who have not yet reached the middle of life (around the age of 35), can bear even the total loss of the anima without injury. The important thing at this stage is for a man to be a man. The growing youth must be able to free himself from the anima fascination of his mother. There are exceptions, notably artists, where the problem often takes a different turn; also homosexuality, which is characterized by identity with the anima. In view of the recognized frequency of this phenomenon, its interpretation as a pathological perversion is very dubious.
Jung repeats his view of homosexuality "'^ as infantile yet a third same ar"The Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, Jung uses the case of a young man he has treated as an illustration of how he came upon the idea of archetypes in the level of consciousness below the personal, which he called the collective unconscious. Important for our purposes, however, is that, with this reference, we have a case report by Jung himself in which the patient's homosexuality is the focus of the time, again in the context of a case discussion, in the ticle.
We regard sexuality as consisting of a fixed heterosexual and a homosexual component, we shall never explain this case, since the assumption of fixed components precludes any kind of transformation. In order to do justice to it, we must assume a great mobility of the sexual components, which even goes so far that one component disappears almost completely while the other occupies the foreground. If nothing but a change of position took place, so that the homosexual component lapsed in full force into If fixed the unconscious, leaving the field of consciousness to the heterosexual component, modern scientific knowledge would lead us to 16 C.
Jung, Jungians, and Homosexuality by Robert H. Hopcke