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Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wayne Terry Sep 20, 2016. 33 Replies

Friends,I am posting a paper I wrote for Pacifica regarding the phenomenon of Donald Trump. It is an analysis of what is happening from a Jungian perspective, outlining the underlying dynamics of our…Continue

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Wayne Terry replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"donald  trump is a reality TV star... the same reality as every u. s. reality star... a reality of their own creation and a MEDIA Empire. If there is no god, then in whom do we trust is not a question, it is a statement. If one is certain…"
Sep 20, 2016
Skip Conover replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"I'm going to have to take exception to some of this, with the benefit of more than 6 months of later developments.  It turns out that Donald Trump does hang out with pedophiles and has been accused of raping women and 13-year-old…"
Sep 18, 2016
Kimberlyn McGreal replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"A Great paper, Julia! Very well written, and fun to read.Thank you for posting it! I loved the Trickster class at Pacifica. Great discussion of the shadow, and I enjoyed your references. Kimberlyn McGreal, MA (Pacifica 2008)"
Apr 14, 2016
Colin E. Davis replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"I tend to agree with your type of analysis Vicky. If Trump or even Hitler showed up in a dream, we would be best served by analyzing his place and purpose in our psyche. If he shows up in our culture, which is the effect of the collective psyche, we…"
Apr 10, 2016
klemens swib replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"why is donald trump so popular. He is riding the groundswell of anger and disgust at the corrupt and disgusting political establishment. The Augean Stables need to be cleaned out the before filth corruption and parasitical self serving elites…"
Apr 9, 2016
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Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.

Friends,I am posting a paper I wrote for Pacifica regarding the phenomenon of Donald Trump. It is an analysis of what is happening from a Jungian perspective, outlining the underlying dynamics of our current environment. I believe we as a country need to look at the implications of Mr. Trump's popularity. We ignore this reality at our own peril. I hope it is useful for anyone inclined to read it.See More
Mar 20, 2016
klemens swib replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"Aleks All I can add is my reaction to this brilliant advertisement. It says both Putin and Isis are tough customers. America is getting its comeuppance in Syria the Ukraine the Middle East and with Isis. That is as obvious as the nose on your…"
Mar 18, 2016
Craig Chalquist, PhD replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"No name-calling allowed here."
Mar 14, 2016
klemens swib replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"UK police preparing for 'enormous' potential ISIS attacks, British terror chief says http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/07/europe/uk-isis-preparing-attacks/index.html how can stopping muslim immigration until one can figure out the attendant risks…"
Mar 7, 2016
Linda AK Thompson, PhD replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"Good morning Alexandra - I was curious and wanted to read this article that you evaluated, allege is written by a person with "psychopathic" tendencies...I am not a worldly, politically informed or "correct" woman, however, I do…"
Mar 7, 2016
Mr. Jeffery J. Rahn replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"One of great loves is Ice Hockey. I had a scholarship to play hockey at Brown. If I'm not mistaken Donald Trump is a New York Ranger fan. Because I was born in Chicago and my father was a Blackhawk fan I root for the Blackhawks ( I agree pretty…"
Mar 5, 2016
klemens swib replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/03/05/pope-calls-migrant-crisis-arab-invasion-says-europe-must-rediscover-its-cultural-roots/ Even the pope residing within the walls of the vatican has now reversed his opinion on open borders for migrants. It…"
Mar 5, 2016
Linda AK Thompson, PhD replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"Hi Klemens - it is good that this topic is getting attention from our membership and I am grateful members, those knowing relevant facts and details, are stating and sharing same with the community at-large.  Thanks to you and Aleks for…"
Mar 4, 2016
klemens swib replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"Aleks Good to hear from you again. I remember all the foofarah that happened on this board when the barbaric and atrocious charlie Hebdo murders occurred. The condemnations. The outrage. The disbelief that free speech could be murderously assaulted.…"
Mar 4, 2016
Julia Grant replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"Interesting perspective on his individuation process. I hope he is, but it is hard to discern the real man from the public persona. I guess he's not unique in that. Just much more obvious."
Mar 3, 2016
Vicky Jo Varner replied to Julia Grant's discussion Why is Donald Trump so popular? A Jungian view.
"FYI Pacifica has some audio recordings of Tom Lavin presentations that are worth one's time.  (My husband and I listen to them in the car whilst driving.)"
Mar 2, 2016

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At 9:00am on September 13, 2015, Mark Sipowicz said…

Greetings Julia and a very warm welcome to the online depth psychology community. It's great to see you here! This is an exciting time for the Depth Psychology Alliance, as we are expanding and adding many features to this forum.

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