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What Of The 12 Jungian Archetypes Best Describes You?

Our ego is the character we play in life. Even though we all play a different one (at least that’s what we think), there are 12 groups that can perfectly cover each person in the world. The famous psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who founded analytical psychology, discovered these 12 archetypes. He believed that these […]

What are archetypes and how do they influence our relationships? II – mostly philosophy

My first post about archetypes was about Plato’s archetypes and you can check it here: What are archetypes and how do they influence our relationships? In this current post I will briefly ex…

Understanding Personality: The 12 Jungian Archetypes

The term “archetype” means original pattern in ancient Greek. Jung used the concept of archetype in his theory of the human psyche. He identified 12 universal, mythic characters archetypes reside with

If God wishes to be born as man and to unite mankind in the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, He suffers the terrible torment of having to bear the world in its reality. It is a crux; indeed, He Himself is His own cross. The world is God's suffering, and every individual human being who wishes even to approach his own wholeness knows very well that this means bearing his own cross. But the eternal promise for him who bears his own cross is the Paraclete. - Carl Jung

If God wishes to be born as man and to unite mankind in the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, He suffers the terrible torment of having to bear the world in its reality. It is a crux; indeed, He Himself is His own cross. The world is God's suffering, and every individual human being who wishes even to approach his own wholeness knows very well that this means bearing his own cross. But the eternal promise for him who bears his own cross is the Paraclete.

What type are you on the Myers-Briggs? Jungian scales in psychological type: Introvert vs Extrovert, Sensing vs Intuiting, Feeling vs Thinking, Judging vs Perceiving

The word “personality” often gets used pretty broadly today: we talk of someone “having personality” or “being a personality” – meaning that there’s something particularly expressive or obvious or typical about the way they conduct or express themselves; we talk about showbiz or sporting “personalities” – meaning they have a profile and a way about […]

When the woman experiences the mystery of creativeness in herself, in her own inner world, she is doing the right thing and then no longer demands it from the outside -- from her husband, her son, or anyone else close to her. . ~Carl Jung, Conversations with C.G. Jung, Page 29.

We need the coldness of death to see clearly. Life wants to live and to die, to begin and to end. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page 275. The God of words is cold and dead and shines from afar like the moon, mysteriously and inaccessibly: Let the word return to its creator, to man, and thus the word will be heightened in man. Man should be light, limits, measure. ~Carl Jung, The Red Book, Page 271. Magic is the working of men on men, but your magic action does not affect your neighbor; it…

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"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes." - C.G. Jung  Jung’s idea of the Collective Unconscious and its...

"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes." - C.G. Jung Jung’s idea of the Collective Unconscious and its...