Analytical Psychology

ACTIVACION DE LA DINAMICA MUERTE-RENACIMIENTO II: Símbolos de Unidad, Redención y Totalidad

En estos últimos años, multitud de autores han señalado, advertido y explicado la peligrosa situación que la humanidad ha creado para sí misma. La catastrófica crisis global se ha caracterizado con diversas metáforas que indican, todas ellas, una idea muy clara: una escisión entre el hombre interior y la realidad "exterior" u "objetiva".

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Learning To Tell Time: Travels in Laos

As you will see at the conclusion of this piece, by the end of my first 24 hours in Vietnam I knew that I had passed into another kind of time, back into a world where violence is always immanent and often real, and although this piece is about Laotian time and not Vietnamese I guess it is true that often you have to cross a border before you can really see what you have left behind.

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The Physiology of Psychological Type, Part III: Falsification of Type

Human beings are perhaps healthiest, happiest, and most successful when they can use and be rewarded for using their own innate giftedness, or what Dr. Carl Jung and Dr. Katherine Benziger call their natural lead function.

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Jung on Schizophrenia: An Introductory Survey

Eugen Bleuler is acknowledged by the development of a revolutionary synthesis in the field of the Psychiatry of his time: he elaborated a theory about schizophrenia which, in contrast with the organicist trends prevailing in that period, nowadays could be termed as "organ-dynamic."

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The Physiology of Psychological Type, Part II

So much has been discovered in the past ten to twenty years that it is now possible to be relatively certain about the physiological bases for Dr. Jung's Typology. To start with, one can begin to understand the physiology of Jung's four functions, by developing a working familiarity with the following physiological terms.

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