Shadow Self Part 3: Clash of the Opposites

This is the third post that appears to be developing into the “Shadow Self” series. Below C. G. Jung speaks about the conscious (ego) and unconscious (shadow self, archetypes) parts of our psyches and how the collide (clash) to form dualism or polarity. C. G. Jung speaks about symbolism, wholeness of the self through the mandala, and the dualism between … Continue reading Shadow Self Part 3: Clash of the Opposites

Dream Journal 18: Peculiarities of the basic Psychological Functions in the Introverted Attitude

C.G. Jung Collective works - Psychological Types: Peculiarities of the basic psychological functions in the introverted attitude: Thinking: introverted thinking's orientated by subjective factor. This subjective factor is represented by subjective feeling of direction, which determines judgment. This thinking may be conceived with concrete or even abstract factors, but always at the data decisive points … Continue reading Dream Journal 18: Peculiarities of the basic Psychological Functions in the Introverted Attitude

Finding Your Self: Self-realization – Individuation Process

“This is a continuation of the previous post, “Archetypes – The formation of the Collective Unconscious”. This post will explain the “Steps” of the “individuation process”, or the process of “self realization”. I will include quotes from C. G. Jung, Archetype and the Collective Unconscious as well as quotes from other sites I’ve found on … Continue reading Finding Your Self: Self-realization – Individuation Process