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Phoenix Rising

29 Jul, by The Depth Coach in Academia, Life, Media, Psychology, Uncategorized

Phoenix Rising: A Comparative Study of the Phoenix Symbol as a Goal of the Alchemical Work and the Individuation Process         This paper explores the archetypal symbolism in the final chapter of Michael Maier’s (1617) seminal work Symbols of the Golden Table of the Twelve Nations, which Maier treats as a…

Active Imagination: The Interior Vision

28 Jun, by The Depth Coach in Design, Life, Psychology, Uncategorized

Active imagination is a technique or method devised by C.G. Jung, to engage, interpret, and integrate fantasy-images and other subliminal contents that arise from the unconscious. Jung originally referred to the method as spontaneous fantasy or non-directed thinking. Jung (1928) suggested that the method was “a question of releasing unconscious…

Synchronicity: C.G. Jung’s Spiritual Testament

31 May, by The Depth Coach in Life, Media, Personal Development, Psychology

Synchronicity is arguably one of C.G. Jung (1875-1961) (Figure 1) most original and most widely misunderstood concepts. One could say that the synchronicity hypothesis emerged as a result of Jung’s life-long interest in physics, dreams, and paranormal phenomena in general. Jung did not formally publish a work on synchronicity until…

The Symbol: Gateway to the Unconscious

26 Mar, by The Depth Coach in Life, Personal Development, Psychology, Uncategorized

In analytical psychology, the symbol plays an important role in the development of the personality. C.G. Jung (1921/1971) suggests that a symbol “is the best possible expression for something that cannot be expressed otherwise than by a more or less close analogy” (CW6, para. 93, n. 44). Elsewhere, Jung writes…