Category Archives: Carl Jung

Cover Photo – Book Three

  I am in the final phase of producing book three for publishing. I am hoping that the book will be ready for mid-April. I do have the cover ready for the book. I am including the cover and the … Continue reading

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Yes There Is A God – That Is All There Is

I have been thinking and it has focused on what has emerged from my last posts, the duality that is consciousness and the unconscious. Black and white – a simple separation which together makes a complete whole. Whatever the whole … Continue reading

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Naturism as Therapy – Transformation of Self Through Alchemy

I have spent a good part of this winter involved in the real work of healing the soul and psyche – my soul and psyche. As my last two posts have indicated, naturism has played a significant part in this … Continue reading

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On The Nature Of The Self – Part Two

Yes, golf balls as representations of people. Each golf ball equates with a person, more specifically, what each person believes he or she is. I used golf balls (after a group golf practice) with four of my grandsons for the … Continue reading

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On The Nature Of The Self – Part One

I have a few presentations to make while we are in Mexico this coming winter, presentations about Jungian psychology. Naturally, I have been wondering just what I could do given three opportunities to present. I finally have decided on the … Continue reading

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The Collective Shadow, Entitlement and Blame

It’s surprising some of the things one discovers while engaged in various social media such as Twitter and Facebook. For example, today a link to a small part of Walt Whitman’s journal appeared, one that echoes what I have experienced … Continue reading

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A Collectively Suitable Persona

“The persona is that which in reality one is not, but which oneself as well as others think one is.” [Jung, CW 9i, par. 221] On my bio [about] page I give a definition of who I am. After reading these words … Continue reading

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A Psychological Compass

“The four functions are somewhat like the four points of the compass; they are just as arbitrary and just as indispensable . . . But one thing I must confess: I would not for anything dispense with this compass on … Continue reading

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Archetypes Present Themselves Through Images

“Archetypes [are] typical forms of behaviour which, once they become conscious, naturally present themselves as ideas and images, like everything else that becomes a content of consciousness” [Jung, CW 8, paragraph 435] It takes a lot of energy to look beneath … Continue reading

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A Journey Into Maturity

I found this image through doing a web search using the word solitude, as I wanted something to fit with the quotation which is another one of those priceless gems that came out of Jung’s work. I was also looking for … Continue reading

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