Analytical Psychology

The Archetypal Dimension of the New York Terrorist Tragedies of 911

On September 11, 2001, America and the civilized world woke up to the horror and the tragedy of the destruction of the World Trade Center twin towers by fundamentalist Osama Bin Laden's terrorist organization.

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Some Post-9/11 Reflections from a Cardinal Fan in San Francisco

The title of this commentary is a mouthful--but aims at pointing to a relationship between how we go about rooting for our home town teams and enjoying our national pastime in a time of increasing trauma and strife around the world. It is not easy being a Cardinal fan in San Francisco.

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Re-imagining Ourselves: What Does It Mean to Be

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Activation of the Dynamic Death-Rebirth II: Symbols of Unity, Redemption and Totality

In the last years, a large number of authors have indicated, advertised and explained the dangerous situation that humanity has created by itself. The catastrophic global crisis has been characterized in many different ways that show, all of them, a very clear idea: a split between the inner man and the "external" or "objective" reality.

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