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Images always mean different things to each individual, and some of those meanings cannot even be known, because they exist in our subconscious mind. Part of what any writer does is to draw a picture in the psyche of the reader. Each of us imagines the characters of a novel, as well as its settings and action, but because we all come to a novel with different experiences, those images will be slightly different.
The images in Political Psychology are intentionally simple and ambiguous, in order to give the reader the most psychic field in which to consider their implications. Each one intentionally has at least three levels of meaning: psychological; symbolic; and political, but no doubt each of my readers will find many additional meanings that are personal to you. All of the images are shadow puppets. I, Mercurius. The Meaning of America. “True democracy is a highly psychological institution which takes account of human nature as it is and makes allowances for the necessity of conflict within its own national boundaries … The marked tendency of the Western democracies to internal dissension is the very thing that could lead them into a more hopeful path.”
Dr. C.G. Jung, “The Fight with the Shadow,” November 3, 1946, Civilization in Transition, Collected Works Volume 10, P. 225. Limits of the Warrior Archetype in Achieving Destiny. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Archetypes: What Are They?
Published on 12 February 2015. America Needs a Mother. Splitting, Integration and Evolution in the Mother Archetype. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Archetypes: What Are They?
Published on 23 June 2014 Written by Jenna Lilla, MA PhD BCC Hits: 177 Recently, I have been writing on the aims and instincts of the human soul. Jung says, “the Old Testament treats the cities of Jerusalem, Babylon, etc. just as if they were women” (para 303). The Authentic Hero's Quest. Details Parent Category: Jungian Topics Category: Feminine & Masculine Published on 17 June 2014.
SJSworks : #Neurobiology, ... - ... Neurobiology, Symbolic Imagery & Jung — And A Book That Brings Them Together. The Neurobiology of the Gods (2012) first gained accolades for grounding CG Jung’s ideas in modern neuroscience.
Yet Goodwyn’s explanation for why we create symbolic imagery makes this an important book not only for analytical psychologists, but also for evolutionary psychologists, traumatologists, and anyone interested in the central role of symbolic imagery for human experience. Goodwyn writes “the primary focus of this work is in symbolic imagery— how the brain constructs it, interacts with it, and imbues it with numinous significance (in the case of gods).”
Goodwyn’s subject matter is actually more far-reaching than this. He also sheds light on why we evolved to have symbolic imagery in the first place. Jung’s ideas on topics such as the collective unconscious, archetypes, and dreams inform Goodwyn’s exploration of the neurobiological and evolutionary aspects of symbolic imagery, along with the work of neuroscientists such as Jaak Panksepp, Antonio Damasio, and Joseph Le Doux. Follow. James Hillman Archetypal Psychology. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Archetypes: What Are They?
Published on 06 April 2014 Written by Richard Tarnas Hits: 608 This video is best listened to from minute 44:00, when Hillman's biography is discussed. Published on Mar 6, 2012 This brief course offers an introduction to the ideas of James Hillman, the principal founder of archetypal psychology and an influential thinker in contemporary psychology and culture. Grand Budapest Hotel: Check in and Check It Out! Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Movies, Theatre, TV & Videos.
The Every Woman Archetype: An Homage to Sarah Jessica Parker. The Art of Crafting Soul~Deepening Experiences ... Carl Jung and Archetypal Music. #Mother Courage - Meryl Streep. Mother #Archetype Alive in #Turkey. For The Love of a Woman Pt 1 January Moon an essay by Stephanie Pope for mythopoetry.com. The Magician. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Dr.
Carl Jung--Red Book Published on 05 January 2013. The Magician. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Dr.
Carl Jung--Red Book Published on 05 January 2013 Written by Max Purrington. AN INTERSTICE: NEW YEARS & "END" TIMES Mirthology 101. Happy 2013! Did you make your New Year's resolution yet? This year I promised myself I would continue my explorations into women and humor. As a poet-mythologer that means a mythopoetic exploration where psyche-making seems to open space between mirth and myth. The idea came to me last evening during participation in a microblogging event, "Toast Pacifica" held for alumni of Pacifica Graduate Institute (see Pacifica Alumni) home to the collected works of Joseph Campbell, Marija Gimbutas, James Hillman, Christine Downing, and others.
You can visit a full listing of names and collected works by visiting OPUS Archives on line. The Lovers - VI / The #archetype of The Lovers in the deep subconscious. Which Feminine Archetypes Are Strongest in You? Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Archetypes: What Are They? Published on 14 May 2012 Written by Jean Raffa Hits: 3778 In my system, the feminine archetypes are the Queen, Mother, Wisewoman and Beloved. In the first phase we unconsciously serve the drive to preserve our species; in the second the cycles of life force us us to become more aware of our individual needs; in the third, honoring our inner, spiritual selves becomes as important as meeting the needs of others.
The High Priestess - II / If your Beloved shows up at the pool wearing this, your High Priestess may be reversed. #Archetype #Tarot #Psychology What is she saying? Eclectic / The Sumo archetype! (;-) #archetype. Archetype in Action / papa #sagan #Archetype #Jungian. Yearning for the Beloved. A Conversation on Archetype and Mythology with Dennis P. Slattery, Ph.D. Details Parent Category: Tools to Change Society Category: Jungian Topics Published on 26 February 2012 Written by Dennis P. Slattery and Skip Conover Hits: 7948 We are living in a unique paradox: more information than anyone can digest in ten lifetimes and yet more narrow thinking, more illiteracy, more national and global sufferings. --Dennis P. Skip Conover: I read Toland’s Hitler about the same time I read Professor Jung’s Man and His Symbols (about 2 decades ago), and from that I became convinced that Adolph Hitler read all of Jung’s and Freud’s work while he was living in a homeless shelter in the three years immediately following WWI.
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