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Jung

cliff notes:


  1. “… The woman becomes the vehicle of nature; the man becomes the vehicle of the society, the social order and the social purpose.” — Joseph Campbell↩︎

linked mentions for "Jung":
  1. somatic

    s introduced by Thomas Hanna (1970), refers to an experiential study of the body “affective education” or “experiential education”, engaging

  2. authentic movement

    Authentic Movement is an embodied awareness practice developed in the mid-twentieth century by Whitehouse, a dancer and avid student and teacher of

  3. active imagination

    one fleshes out the meaning through asking questions, attempting interpretations, paying attention to affect, interacting in an analytic

  4. growth project of therapy

    growth a huge part of the project of therapy, but the very word grow is a word appropriate to children. After a certain age you do not grow. You

  5. child archetype worship

    the therapy thing—you go back to your childhood. But if you’re looking backward, you’re not looking around. This trip backward constellates what

  6. extending individual therapy to collective

    We’re not attacking therapy so much as trying to extend it, reveal its blind spots … it’s not the idea of doing therapy that is wrong; there are

  7. developmental task of the swampland states

    we are challenged to grow up, to take on the journey … such enlargement is often terrifying, it is also freeing and brings dignity and meaning to

  8. tripod and the evolution of three to four

    Meizumi Roshi, a Zen master in Los Angeles, once said, “Why don’t you die now and enjoy the rest of your life?” The use of tripod and key is a

  9. old wise man who uses diagrams numbers and crystals

    In a short paper of my own (“On Senex Consciousness” 1970 reprinted in Senex & Puer) I also tried to show that a certain style of presenting

  10. triune task insight courage endurance

    finding personal authority requires two things: sorting through the traffic within and living what we find with courage and consistency Jung

  11. three levels system in society

    Societies before the modern era and those still functioning in less-developed parts of the world believe that most people are to be left permanently

  12. transferring journey to companionship

    loneliness that serves both the achievement of personhood and the quality of any relationship … the more one can embrace one’s separateness, the

  13. dethroning the ego

    … men are tempted to adopt a new kind of egocentricity in which they use their powers of dominating the world for “spiritual” purposes. This is no