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Therapy for Our Relationship with Animals

Because we are allowing animals to go extinct at a rate faster than the dinosaurs' and yet are dependent on them to maintain life's support systems, we badly need to include animals in our concept of "community."

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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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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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The Physiology of Jung's 4 Psychological Functions

This is an essay on the physiolgy of Type. For Jung, the word Type was a convenient short hand which allowed him to identify with one label, both a person's preference for either Introversion or Extraversion, and as well their Natural Lead Function: Thinking, Sensing, Feeling, Intuition.

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