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Comparative Survey of the Archetype of Shadow in Jung`s opinion and it`s Tracts in Shams (Persian poet) sonnets . مطالعات عرفانی. 2014; 0 (19) :5-28
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As sight of Carl Gustav Jung, humans thereto having individual unconsciousness, have other common site which is called meta-individual or communal unconscious. Consist of this mentality is archetype of shadow one of the closest face to individual unconscious and awareness too. Archetype of shadow is negative, non-human, instinctive and human being’s, which mankind attempt to conceal is. This essay analyzed by archetype of shadow As Jung has analyzed his opinions and After a brief look at the psychoanalysis of Jung, it is considered with both positive and negative role for the shadow, Then at the beginning of words and concepts and terms related to the characteristics of the language of Rumi, and finally the codes that come with that archetype -the applicable, have been investigated. According to the evidence and present the results in context, the negative aspects of the shadow of words Has been detected such as wolves, spirit animal, concepts such as "the absence of the shadow of death," "dead wrong idea or bad idea" and codes of thief , Pharaoh, dog, and giant and etc. Finally, the brief part is dedicated to recognize the positive aspects of this archetype, the most striking feature of the shadows in this case, is self-knowledge and Theology.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2015/09/1 | Accepted: 2015/09/1 | Published: 2015/09/1

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