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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…

         It is worthwhile to discuss how an understanding of one’s typological preferences can enhance the quality of interpersonal relations— a relationship between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring, which is oft-characterized by some degree of personal rapport. Interpersonal awareness is highly important…

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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         Carl Jung (Figure 1) viewed the appearance of a mandala—a circular or squared symbol of wholeness—as highly beneficial to one’s own personal development. Mandalas can appear in a person’s dreams, visions, or fantasies, and as numinous symbols they tend to chart the course of one’s own individuation process. Mandala…

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06 Feb / Mental Models

         The theory of a mental model was implicit in the work of the late nineteenth century American philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce (Figure 1). Put simply, mental models are psychological representations of real, hypothetical, or imaginary situations. Peirce suggested that reasoning itself is a process by which the individual examines…

in Zurich, Switzerland, where he pioneered the word association experiment and coined the term complex. Jung collaborated with Sigmund Freud between 1906 and 1913. Theoretical differences gradually led to a professional rift between the two men, which culminated with Jung’s publication of Transformations and Symbols of the Libido in 1912….

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