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Personal Development

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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        Over the last year, Jordan Peterson has seemingly taken the world by storm. His presence is nearly ubiquitous—television appearances, podcasts, and many hours of recorded Youtube videos. Jordan Peterson is everywhere. In January 2018, his second book, 12 Rules for Life was published. A longer and more technical book, Maps…

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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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