Sum it up for me

Sum it up for me

A blog intended to sum up somewhat complicated psychological concepts from the realm of Jungian psychology.


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The Ego

Table of Contents The “definition” of the Ego The discovery of the Ego in western thought Descartes’ discovery of the Ego Schopenhauer’s discovery of the Ego The re-discovery of the Ego in the childhood The problem of free will The Reciprocality Principle The Jungian understanding of groups and group psychology The ideal psychological group The toxic psychological group...

Aion – Class 21 by Edward Edinger

The Reciprocality Principle The reference to this is found in paragraph [355], where Jung speaks of the Self as being true complexio oppositorum. Paragraph [355]: “[355] The self is a true “complexio oppositorum,” though this does not mean that it is anything like as contradictory in itself. It is quite possible that the seeming paradox is nothing but a reflection of the enantiodromian...

Jungian Archetypes

The origin of the word “archetype” It comes from the Greek αρχέτυπος (Traditional Latin transliteration: “archetypos”) through its Latin version archetypum to its current English form archetype. It is a concatenation of two words: ἀρχή (“arche”): first, originτύπος (“typos”): sort, type, press The Greek word τύπος (typos) has an interesting meaning...

Dr. Otto von Habsburg about Putin – Bregenz 2003

Source: Ladies and Gentlemen, at this point I would like to discuss a political theme, which is critical in my opinion, namely: how can we protect this security? It is true, it is quite clear, that the further the borders of freedom are pushed towards the East, the greater is the security of the Middle and the West. In other words there is a correlation in the security and this security has to be...

Sir Alfred J. Ayer’s near-death experience from Aion – 24 by Edward Edinger

So, starting with number one, the postscript to the spacetime quaternio. You remember in the assignment for last week Jung spoke about the spacetime quaternio in 2 different ways. In the one way the 3 dimensions of space would make up 3 of the categories and time would be 4th category.In the other way of looking at it is that time has 3 aspects: past, present and future; and the 4th entity that...

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