Tag Archives: Jungian archetypes

Jung on the Persona, and the Consuming Fire

‘Every calling or profession has its own characteristic persona. It is easy to study these things nowadays, when the photographs of public personalities so frequently appear in the press. A certain kind of behaviour is forced on them by the … Continue reading

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Robert Johnson: Memory of C.G. Jung

Click on the link for this entertaining and interesting post about Robert’s experience of Carl Jung, from the ‘C.G. Jung. The Red Book’ Facebook page (which has plenty of other good stuff for those interested). Robert has written a lot about Jung, and … Continue reading

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Carl Jung: The Self

Interesting little clip on Jung and ideas of the Self. Here’s the text from You Tube:- ‘The Self in Jungian psychology is one of the Jungian archetypes, signifying the unification of consciousness and unconsciousness in a person, and representing the … Continue reading

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