Carl Jung

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Noun1.Carl Jung - Swiss psychologist (1875-1961)
image, persona - (Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
anima - (Jungian psychology) the inner self (not the external persona) that is in touch with the unconscious
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It takes the reader on a journey through memorable stories-from Carl Jung building a stone tower in the woods to focus his mind, to a social media pioneer buying a round-trip business class ticket to Tokyo to write a book free from distraction in the air-and no-nonsense advice, such as the claim that most serious professionals should quit social media and that you should practice being bored.
Synopsis: A two volume set, "Catafalque: Carl Jung and the End of Humanity" by Peter Kingsley is the first major re-imagining of both Jung and his work since the publication of the Red Book in 2009--and is the only serious assessment of them written by a classical scholar who understands the ancient Gnostic, Hermetic and alchemical foundations of his thought as well as Jung himself did.
Neither is his work the subject of endless academic conferences, as is the case for Carl Jung, who hovers immediately above.
To use the principles of Carl Jung, it is there in our collective unconscious.
Just across from the paving, there are three larger water features, with the large circular reflecting pool representing Swiss psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Carl Jung.
The still young-looking, 74-year-old got a second wind, directing the original play, 'Halo-Halo Tayo!' for the Carl Jung Circle Center, staged at Miriam College in mid-December.
Relying on meticulous research, Emre reveals the vulnerable mindset of young housewife Briggs when she happened upon Carl Jung's psychological theories in the 1920s.
Carl, a range of frames inspired by the style of Austrian and Swiss psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.
It incorporates Carl Jung's work on Psychological Types with Antoni Kepinski's theory of information metabolism.
The lead article in this issue is "The Interface of Carl Jung and Dissociative Identity Disorder: From Autonomous Complex to Personality" by Cara Stiles, LCSW.
Also covered are the creation of Black Elk Speaks and the impact that the book would later have on the work of analytical psychology founder Carl Jung.
Harrell dives even deeper into the world of visions, computer-PK (mental influence over the computer), divine guidance, the psychologist Carl Jung, and science.