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January 2015

  In 1937, C.G. Jung wrote that The psyche is the starting-point of all human experience, and all the knowledge we have gained eventually leads back to it. The psyche is the beginning and end of all cognition. It is not only the object of its science, but the subject…

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What is the unconscious? What did Jung mean by the term and how does the idea fit into Analytical Psychology? The unconscious is another big idea in the Jungian lexicon, one of which literally and figuratively underpins the very foundation of not only Jung’s psychology, but arguably depth psychology as…

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C.G. Jung placed such value on the complex that his psychology was originally termed “complex psychology.” In fact, Jung preferred this name over the more frequently used analytical psychology. As mentioned in previous blogs, there are a few “big” ideas in Jung’s psychology and without exception the complex is one…

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        Archetypes are one of the key ideas in the Jungian lexicon. In fact, they are integral to most of the other big ideas (e.g., complexes, collective unconscious, dreams, etc.) in his psychology. However, they remain a concept that is ambiguous and ill-defined. When people ask me what archetypes are, I…

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06 Jan / Typology 101

One of the most practical contributions of C.G. Jung’s psychology is his typological system.  Jung introduced his theory of types in 1921 with his publication Psychological Types. Typology is a theory rooted in empirical observation, nonetheless, it is still merely a theory and should be approached accordingly. Jung himself was…

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Most people fail to realize that time, for the most part, is a relational variable. In other words, it really has little meaning beyond its relationship to objects, things, and people.  By viewing time as a psychological construct one ostensibly is in a better position to manage it, manipulate it, and…

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