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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And the archetype, as Karl Jung would attest, works in mysterious ways.
Buildings have demanded the church form large congregations, gatherings that tend to end up becoming what Karl Jung critiqued as "mere collectivities." This sadly has become normative rather than the small, intentional, intimate faith communities housed in believers' homes as in the New Testament.
I tell him I never imagined, getting up that morning, that I'd be musing on the thinkings of Swiss analytical psychologist Karl Jung with loveable nutter Tony from Men Behaving Badly.
Calame would argue that wherever they are found, they attain a literary status because of their fictionality, thus presuming the nature of literature as fiction, a thesis already prepared by the Canadian critic Northrop Frye who is drawing upon Karl Jung, considers literary forms as major archetypes reflected in the seasons of the Western climate--Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn (Fall).
Hall hosted an impressive array of academics, including Karl Jung, Franz Boas and two Nobel Prize laureates, A.A.
"There's the obvious reference to Karl Jung and Liverpool being 'the pool of life'," says Andy.
I'm very interested in the Jungian ideas, and Karl Jung totally believed in God, and believed there was a drive to wholeness in each of us because that's how God made us.
ACCORDING to eminent Psychologist Karl Jung, human beings will discover the spirituality within ourselves during the age of Aquarius.