I've been having suicidal feelings and I thought maybe using Jung's technique of Active Imagination could help. This was my second try (the first was far less fruitful or interesting.) Would you guys mind helping me interpret it? Because I don't have the first fucking clue what any of it means. I haven't had a chance to edit any of this, so I apologize for the roughness of the first draft; I was in a hurry to get it all written down before I forgot anything.
>First I asked my unconsciousness the source of my suicidal feelings and the image that represents it. I would first 'hear' (not literally, but in my mind's ear if that makes sense) the word and then a faint image in my mind's eye would accompany it. The first word was 'fountain' and I saw a glimpse of it; to get more detail, I asked what kind of fountain and 'very large golden fountain' was the immediate response and so the fountain started to take a more definite shape.
>This time I heard 'statues', so I asked what kind; the 'voice' responded that they were a god and fish; it soon formed in my mind's eye that the golden fish statues surrounded the rim of the fountain and the god statue was in the center. I asked what kind of god and the voice replied 'Hercules', so that was the statue that took place in the center. Below, in the water that was pooling at the large bottom of the fountain (water poured from the mouths of the fish statues) I saw large piles of pennies like at other fountains in the real world.
>I asked what the purpose of the statue was and this time Hercules animated itself and turned to me; I knew immediately that Hercules was the narration and source of the 'voice'. He told me to picture a massive oak tree so I did and the tree image replaced the fountain image quickly.
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