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This new theory of the unconscious is an extension of the Freud- Jung Psychoanalysis- Psychical Analysis.

The consciousness has a conscious part and the unconscious. That means that the unconscious is a large part of our psyche and the conscious acts are related with it. There is a constant communication between our unconscious and the conscious life, is as a low tune by which the good and the bad parts of our unconscious, the eumeros and the shadow are in relation, an unconscious resonant relation, with the conscious acts we do, with our conscious life. We call that constant communication between the unconscious and the conscious personance, from the Italian personare (which sound).

The unconscious is a very complex building with many intensional levels and extensions. There are our old memory, our inherited memory, each one in his level and with its extension. There are our new memory, each one in his drawer.

There is a shadow which correspond with the Freud unconscious and the eumeros which is the good part of the unconscious, which is intelligent, aware as the conscious, creative, but unconscious. It is like the driving. We are not conscious to all what we do in driving. Our unconscious psyche has a spiritual part in the eumeros. The shadow is full of instincts and aggressiveness, god and bad pulsation, good and bad sexual pulsation, what all of us we have, we feel. There is a fight between the bad pulsation of the shadow and the good one of the eumeros. If we are able to control us we may have a good behaviour, if we don't we have a bad one. There is a constant balance between what we want to and what we may do.

  The Lucian Blaga philosophy, his knowledge theory, has two pillars: the Mistery and the Unconscious.

To understand the mistery of the life, of the existance, he propose the Dogmatical approach and the Luciferic Knowledge.
The Unconscious is a clever part of our psyche. He has dark aspects, the shadow, but has intelligence too and a bright part, the Eumeros.

This is why Blaga wrote about an Abyssal Noology.
  We propose you, in English, the chapter "Abyssal Noology and Psychoanalysis" from the book "Lucian Blaga. The Philosophy by Metaphors"
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