Quotes By The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1932

“Thus Jung’s interest, in contrast with Dasgupta’s, were with yoga not as “philosophy and religion” but as psychology. Hence his definition of yoga was a psychological one: “Yoga was originally a natural process of introversion. . . . Such introversions lead to characteristic inner processes of personality changes. In the course of several thousand years these introversions became gradually organized as methods, and along widely differing ways.”44 Jung’s concern was not primarily with the canonical and organized methods and teachings of yoga but with the putative natural processes of introversion that originally underlay them.”