By: Stayaway from Bnei Baruch
Carl G. Jung:Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious From the dawn of humanity we have lived in a world of symbolism. Our symbols explain the world around us, our relationships with...
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By: Darren James Bighetty
The collective unconsciousness, is a concept of Jungian Psychology, in which there is the overall cellular memory of past ancestors, that is located inside of the body. The archetypes of...
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Carl Jung was born in Switzerland, on July 26, 1875 to Emilie Jung and Johann Jung who was a minister. In fact, religion played a tremendous role in young Carl...
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By: Carole Somerville
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland in 1875. His father was a parson and although he had an intense interest in philosophy, Jung entered university as a student of science...
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By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
I work with Goddesses as a way to represent archetypes. This is called Archetypal Psychology and the developer of it is James Hillman. After his books others came. Archetypes are...
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By: Joyce Ann Mallare - 541627
Do we really know our selves well? Are we trying to hide something? People have memories and secrets hidden deep inside themselves. People have their public and private selves. People...
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By: Richard W Zaengle Jr
Each of us, in reference to that part of the ego which we reveal to the outside world, has a persona, or mask, that we put on in childhood that...
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