Category Archives: Carl Jung

I am the Universe

“Every good idea and all creative work are the offspring of the imagination, and have their source in what one is pleased to call infantile fantasy. Not the artist alone, but every creative individual whatsoever owes all that is greatest … Continue reading

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Coming to Terms with the Unconscious

It has been a long time, three months in fact, since my last post here. The only reason I can give for this extended leave is simply that I was actively resisting being pulled into speaking, thinking, and observing whatever … Continue reading

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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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