Dream Entry: The General Attitude of the Introverted of Consciousness

- Introverted: governed by subjective factors; a subjective view between the perception of the object and his own action, which prevents the action from assuming a charion, which prevents the action from assuming a character that corresponds with the objective situation. Not all perception and cognition isn't purely objective, it's also subjectively conditioned. -Through an … Continue reading Dream Entry: The General Attitude of the Introverted of Consciousness

Dream Entry: Recapitulation of the Extraverted Rational Type

More from C.G. Jung and my dream journal entries. Peace & Love ❤ Reasoning judgment represents a power that coerces the messy and accidental things of life into definite terms; on the other hand the independence and influence of those psychic functions which perceive life's happenings are restricted. Reasoning a judgment are repressed and in … Continue reading Dream Entry: Recapitulation of the Extraverted Rational Type

Dream entry: Recapitulation of the Extraverted Irrational Types

Irrational types are based on perception of simplest happenings where no selection has been selected on the judgment of reason. Perception types are irrational. Perception is grounded by experience, meaning acts of choice. Rational judgment is conscious, irrational is unconscious.   Rapport: is the feeling of accord. Recognizing differences is rapport. Rational rapport is based upon … Continue reading Dream entry: Recapitulation of the Extraverted Irrational Types

Dream entry: Peculiarities, functions, extraverted attitude – C.G. Jung

The peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the extraverted attitude:  - Thinking: as the result of general attitude of extraversion, thinking is orientated by the object and objective data. Thinking is fed from two sources: first from subjective and in the last resort unconscious roots, second from objective data transmitted through sense perceptions.   - … Continue reading Dream entry: Peculiarities, functions, extraverted attitude – C.G. Jung