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A post on Schizophrenia and Psychosis, the imagery within the 'disorder', the religious aspect of ourselves, and the connection to the unconscious and in-turn ourselves through the building of rapport between doctor and patient. Jung dreams memories reflection - C.G. Jung “Through my work with the patients I realized that paranoid ideas and hallucinations contain … Continue reading C.G. Jung: Schizophrenia Cont. – Dr. & Patient interaction
Some tid-bits from C.G. Jung on Psychological Types/Attitudes: Abaissement Dissociation Personality. The below description describes the make up of Personality Disorders, in particular, Multiple Personality Disorder. The information below also helps differentiate between dissociation personality and schizophrenia. Abaissement Dissociation Personality Abaissement: explains a psychical condition in which a train of thought isn't carried through to … Continue reading C.G. Jung: Abaissement Dissociation Personality
Read below for more C.G. Jung notes on the collective unconscious and how it may relate to Schizophrenia and the development of 'personas'. Found in Jung's collective works. Phenomena resulting from the assimilation of the unconscious: These "offices, titles, and other social regalia" are some that cause inflation, but not all. Such as one man … Continue reading C. G. Jung Notes: Phenomena Resulting from the Assimilation of the Unconscious
Below is a basic (yet complex) explanation of the unconscious and conscious mind with its connection to Ego Consciousness, with some explanations of brief mythologies and common zymology that is within us, at times called archetypes, with the connection of religion. The post also breaks down psychosis through breaking down the concept of the unconscious, … Continue reading C.G Jung: Clash of the Opposites – “Shadow Self” – Spiritual Battle – Ego Continued