February 2012 Blog Posts (7)

Archetypes of Aging

Hey everyone I wanted to share some of my blog posts from another blog I had to set up while taking a Psychology of Aging course where I attend school. The professor wanted us to post our papers as blog posts so we could have experience blogging and also making it academic in nature. I was the only student in class that had any serious interest in Depth Psychology and Jung in particular, so my professor allowed me to write on the topic of aging from a "Jungian" point of view. I began to…


Added by Colin Amato on February 23, 2012 at 9:26pm — 1 Comment

Handwriting of Spielrein & Jung

Just put on Kindle, for only 99c, a short report on their handwriting...

Handwriting Analysis Report (1,500 words, 15 pages) on the handwriting of Sabina Spielrein and Carl Jung. This is a comparative look at some global features of their handwriting - which corresponds…


Added by Lisa Schuetz on February 22, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Day in the Life of an Undead Puer

Christopher was 28 when I met him.  I was a 20 year-old agoraphobic, introvert shut-in of sorts.  I was having difficulty attending school, i.e., being in school with people.  Christopher and I only met once.  He was the younger brother of a good friend of mine.  He had come to visit his family in Michigan since he lived in Los Angeles.  His family placed a great deal of weight on education.  In fact, his parents, Doctors B., expected doctorate studies from all three of their boys. …


Added by Marty Carlson on February 22, 2012 at 1:42pm — 6 Comments

Jung, The Ring, and Evolving to a Compassionate Universe

What did the world sound like when it came into being, I once asked a class of first graders? Many raised their eyes to the sky as if trying to remember that sound and then, one by one, without the self-consciousness that afflicts those who are much older, began to offer their answers. A bang?–one said.  A clang?—another one added.  A bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?–still another offered.

I then played them a recording someone at Harvard had made of a simulation of the Big Bang and watched as…


Added by Béa Gonzalez on February 14, 2012 at 1:50pm — No Comments

Breath and the Sacred Feminine

     A practical spirituality bids us to look beyond the confines of dogmatic religion and into natural states of soul in which heightened consciousness and consequent well being emerge just as freely as the unencumbered flow of a Rocky Mountain river. Water is a prime symbol of the sacred feminine. The human psyche, when healthy and attuned, finds its way to the River of Life, that which sustains it and can best be described as feminine and nourishing, soulful.

Added by Paul DeBlassie III on February 7, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments

Happy Groundhawg's Day

Oh, hawg who dwelt in the ground.

Be not afraid of thyn Shadow.

That mystery, however frightful, is only the undiscovered side of yourself.

Come out of yourn cave, my friend.

A secret I shall share with you: buried in that Shadow, just underneath the tar, lays a bounty of gold.

Be not afraid nor overly critical.

For what you would shrink from and scold is none other than your divine hidden soul.

~James Burden

Added by James Burden on February 2, 2012 at 2:50pm — No Comments

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