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Carl Jung.
Tuesday Feb. 15     
[[strikethrough]] October 10 [[/strikethrough]]

Jung has explored yoga, alchemy, fairy tales, tribal rites of the Pueblo Indians, German romantic philosophers, Zen Buddhism, extrasensory perception & the cave drawings of prehistoric man. According to him, psychiatry must take into account all of man's experience, from the most intensely practical to the most tenuously mystical.

He denied the predominantly sexual nature of the libido.

Jung has suggested to mankind a way of 'adjustment,' not merely to his animal instincts & social pressures but to his great paradoxes & his eternal religious needs.

- Individuation means to become what one is really meant to be. In Zen Buddhism they have a saying: Show your natural face.


Portraits -   
Feb. 16, Wednesday,   
[[strikethrough]] October 11 [[/strikethrough]]

To date (1) David Hacohen & Bracha, 20x24 20x24
Double portraits - charcoal & oil wash. (2) Bracha
(3) Anna Welsing , 24x24, (Shan paper, charcoal)
4) Tamara Carman, 24x24 water color & charcoal
5) Andre Nicoletti - charcoal 20x24
6) Beata Welsing charcoal Shan paper - 4 eq.
7) Lucy Hla Maung, oil, 27 1/2 x 39 1/2
8) Mary Caudle oil 27 1/2 x 39 1/2 ?
9) Dorothy with children, oil 30x40
10) U Nu, oil, 31x46
11) U Nu oil 32x45,
12) Mrs. Gor-Booth charcoal 20x24
Shan paper -
13) Drawing of children for Betty & Charles [[C?]]

A.M. - Two letters home. 
U Hla Tin, senior cultural officer will accompany Dorothy & myself for our trip to Pagan. He is coming for lunch tomorrow.

2 PM. Mary Caudle to pose, till 5 PM - Head very good - another sitting Saturday - for arms & hands

Evening - cocktail party at the Irving Lichts' for Professor Higgins 
Afterwards to Mr. & Mrs. Rhodes
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