Active Imagination: Confrontation with the Unconscious | Eternalised

Active imagination is a technique developed by the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist Carl Jung. He considered it the most powerful tool to access the unconscious and for achieving wholeness of personality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRVlWEwmbfQ Jung discovered this method between the years of 1913 and 1916, a period of disorientation and intense inner turmoil which he called his… Continue lendo Active Imagination: Confrontation with the Unconscious | Eternalised

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Journey to Hell: The Path to Self-Knowledge | Eternalised

“The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” J. MILTON, Paradise Lost “Hell — as precise as a ticket for a traffic violation;Purgatory — false as all allusions to Heaven;Paradise — window dressing of fictions and vapidity…Dante’s trilogy constitutes the highest rehabilitation of the… Continue lendo Journey to Hell: The Path to Self-Knowledge | Eternalised

Synchronicity: Meaningful Patterns in Life | Eternalised

Synchronicity is a term coined by Carl Jung which describes meaningful patterns or meaningful coincidences of outer and inner events that cannot be causally linked. It occurs with an inwardly perceived event (dream, vision, premonition, thought or mood) is seen to have a correspondence in external reality: the inner image has “come true”, bringing meaning… Continue lendo Synchronicity: Meaningful Patterns in Life | Eternalised

The Psychology of the Trickster | Eternalised

There is perhaps no figure in literature more fascinating than the trickster, appearing in various forms in the folklore of many cultures. Trickster is witty and deceitful. He is the timeless root of all the picaresque creations of world literature, and is not reducible to one single literary entity. Trickster tales have existed since ancient… Continue lendo The Psychology of the Trickster | Eternalised