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Introduction In 1934, while discussing humankind’s innate drive to understand the anima and life itself, C. G. Jung suggested that the former and the latter “are meaningless in so far as they offer no interpretation. Yet they have a nature that can be interpreted, for in chaos there is a…

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“The integration of unconscious contents into consciousness, which is the main endeavour of analytical psychology, is just such an alteration of principle, in that it does away with the sovereignty of the subjective ego-consciousness and confronts it with unconscious collective contents.” – C. G. Jung       Analytical psychology, alternatively described…

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     I have never considered myself a religious person but nonetheless believe in God, which I view in non-traditional terms. One could say that God is a symbol which represents the highest value, at least that is how I see it. My study of Carl Jung’s (Featured Image) psychology has helped…

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My clients often ask me how I got into this business. I answer very candidly that it is as much about me as it is about them. I gain a significant degree of satisfaction from helping people, however, my motives are not completely selfless for two reasons: 1) I charge…

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        In this blog, I consider whether complex psychology is an empirical science. The challenge of answering such a question is that empiricism, as a subset of epistemology, means different things to different people. In most cases, empiricism is generally accepted as the knowledge gained through the physical senses or experimentation….

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         In the prologue of Memories, Dreams, Reflections, Jung introduced his autobiography as a telling of his personal myth (1961/1989, p. 3). “I can only make direct statements, ‘only tell stories.’ Whether or not the stories are ‘true’ is not the problem. The only question is whether what I tell…

Introduction         This blog article seeks to address to what extent Albert Einstein influenced C.G. Jung’s formulation of the concept of synchronicity. Few historical personalities have engendered the degree of interest within popular consciousness as Albert Einstein and C.G. Jung. Both men, and their ideas, are permanent fixtures to the cultural…

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