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In analytical psychology, an image of God that, when it appears spontaneously in a dream or fantasy, symbolizes the self. Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961) borrowed this term from medieval Christian theology, in which the Latin version imago Dei (image of God) was believed to be imprinted on the human soul.

Subjects: Psychology.

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