The Self and the Quintessence. A Jungian PerspectiveBook tickets
Society of Analytical Psychology
Jung’s underlying theory about the nature and functioning of the psyche is the dynamics of the opposites, which he saw as an intrinsic and vital property of the psyche. Later in his work, Jung developed ideas about triangularity and the concept of the quaternity, or the problem of the fourth. Jung’s work in this area indicated the importance of a dynamic quaternity in psychic life and the emergence of the quintessence of the individual, which symbolises a fifth perspective.