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Carl Jung: His Words
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This book is a collection of 215 fundamental quotes and aphorisms of Carl Jung: “Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you.” “Explore daily the will of God.” “The... More > greatest tragedy of the family is the unlived lives of the parents.” “We cannot change anything unless we accept it.” “But, if you have nothing at all to create, then perhaps you create yourself.” “If the path before you is clear, you're probably on someone else's.” “A creative person has little power over his own life. He is not free. He is captive and driven by his daemon.” “Thinking is difficult, that's why most people judge.”< Less
CARL GUSTAV JUNG’S PSYCHOTHERAPY
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This presentation of Jung’s psychotherapy is intended to give a condensed picture and an introduction to his extensive publications and method of therapy. Jung popularised the terms... More > ‘introvert and extravert’, interpreted the deeper conscious levels, and established psychotherapy as the treatment of disorders. His theory of ‘psychic energy’ emphasised a final point of view as against a purely causal one. His discovery and exploration of the ‘collective unconscious’, with its ‘archetypes’ was an impersonal substratum underlying the ‘personal unconscious’; the concept of the psyche as a ‘self-regulating system’ expressing itself in the process of ‘individualisation’. Jung's latter work included dreams and drawings interpretation, symbolism, myths, historical antecedents, physics… Thus, Jung’s work has become of great importance for medicine, psychology, anthropology, religion, art, history, literature, etc…< Less
Stories of Discovery : A Practical Guide to Jung's typology
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A short guide to the basics of Carl Jung's model of the psyche and his psychological type.
Stories of Discovery - a practical guide to Jung's typology
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A short guide to the basics of Carl Jung's model of the psyche and his psychological type. Anne gives examples based on her experience.
‘’Key Difference Between Freud’s and Jung’s Theory of Dreams.’’
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Sigmund Freud suggested that the interpretation of dreams enables revealing the unconscious content of the mind. Meanwhile, Carl G. Jung began developing his own theory. Both, leading experts in the... More > field of discovering unconsciousness meet for the first time in 1907. The years which both committed on the road to the rediscovery of the unconscious content of the mind and dream analysis influenced Jung in his further work. In 1913, Jung choose distinct from Freud’s direction. From there, Jung continued developing his own theory of dreams by implementing ideas from mythology, anthropology, history and religion. Jung’s disagreement with Freud and his incomplete and the unnecessarily negative model of the ‘personal unconsciousness’ lead Jung to propose the existence of the second far deeper model that underlined the ‘personal unconsciousness’. Jung’s development of ‘collective unconscious’ allowed for the new model of understanding unconsciousness to emerge.< Less
‘’Causes of International Conflicts According to Jung’s Theory of Archetypes and the Collective Unconsciousness.’’
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Carl G. Jung was one of the key psychoanalytical innovators of the twentieth century. Apart from his wide contribution to psychoanalysis he devoted a significant part of his life trying to understand... More > wider events regarding the international politics. After the First World War Jung began applying his clinical work and theories trying to explain the cause of the irrational behaviour which had driven Europe to the international conflict. Further, during the Second World War Jung again began applying his theories trying to explore the hidden patterns in the human psyche which drifted Europe towards another conflict. In the essay on ‘Wotan’ Jung revealed to the reader his ideas in which he presented the instability of the human mind of the times. In the period of conflict and charismatic leadership in Europe Jung contributed his clinical work and theories of archetypes and collective unconsciousness to explore the understanding of the archetypal causes of war that afflicted the world.< Less
El secreto de la flor de oro
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ESPAÑOL · ESPECIAL RESTO PAÍSES · GRANDES DESCUENTOS PARA MAYORISTAS Y LIBRERÍAS. Argumento: “En tanto soy un hombre que siente por entero a la manera... More > occidental, no puedo sino experimentar en lo más profundo la foraneidad de este texto chino. Cierto, algunos conocimientos de las religiones y filosofías orientales ayudan a mi intelecto e intuición a comprender esas cosas de alguna forma, de modo que también logro concebir las paradojas de las concepciones religiosas primitivas...” Carl G. Jung El secreto de la flor de oro 1929< Less
El secreto de la flor de oro
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ESPAÑOL · CALIDAD EDITORIAL · ESPECIAL PARTICULARES Y MAYORISTAS EE.UU. Argumento: “En tanto soy un hombre que siente por entero a la manera occidental, no puedo sino... More > experimentar en lo más profundo la foraneidad de este texto chino. Cierto, algunos conocimientos de las religiones y filosofías orientales ayudan a mi intelecto e intuición a comprender esas cosas de alguna forma, de modo que también logro concebir las paradojas de las concepciones religiosas primitivas... Carl G. Jung El secreto de la flor de oro 1929< Less
All the Elements
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[Special spiral bound edition for ease of writing.] A simple and structured daily journal format for self-understanding and personal growth. This journal is organized to help you examine your life... More > in depth, to awaken insight, and to guide you toward your true Self. Its scheme is based on the Jungian process of individuation.< Less
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Jane is a private investigator specializing in missing persons, but considers reading her true passion. She reads at every opportunity and her choice of books is eclectic. Over the course of time she... More > has noticed that whatever she happens to be reading parallels her life. Her husband says this is just coincidence, to which Jane responds that keeping an open mind in order to detect and use these coincidences helps her solve cases. Jane is just starting to read a new book, Doris Lessing’s “The Golden Notebook,” when she is hired to find a missing girl. In this, Jane’s first recorded case, she decides to conduct an experiment to demonstrate to herself, and to her doubting husband, that her coincidence detection theory is valid.< Less
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