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Carl Jung Project
Transcript of Carl Jung Project
Wise Old Man
Father Carl Jung 1875 - 1961 "Show me a sane man and I will cure him for you." Thanks for watching! Carl Gustav Jung was born in Kesswil, Switzerland on July 26th 1875. He grew up to be a world renowned
psychotherapist, psychiatrist, and
the founder of analytical psychology. When he was Jung. Analytical psychology is also commonly referred
to as Jungian
psychology. I'm kind of a big deal. Dream Interpretation Carl Jung's theory of dream interpretation was greatly influenced by that of Sigmund Freud, his mentor. Freud and Jung celebrating Jung's birthday in 1906 Subject Level In a symbolic way, dreams can reveal aspects of the dreamer's psychological life. Dream of mother Representation of the anima archetype Prospective Aspect Interpreting dreams is a way to achieve psychological evolution. Ego Self Compensation The psyche seeks to correct imbalance through dreams. Dreams provide clues or possible solutions to negative psychological tendencies. Amplification Method The amplification method seeks to uncover which memories, experiences, and feelings compose a particular dream through analyzing specifics. Mr Connolly has a dream in which he is sitting horseback on a stage, singing the blues. What does singing on stage mean for you?
Have you ridden horseback before?
Do you know anyone who enjoys singing the blues? Synchronicity > The term was first used in the 1920s. > Synchronicity is a "meaningful coincidence." > Expressed in symbols rather than words. "The purpose of synchronicity is to shift a person's egocentric thinking into a greater wholeness." > Jung was transfixed by the idea that life was not a series of random events, but were an expression of a much deeper order. > Synchronicity can work in mainly two ways. > But it can also work when space and time are synchronized in a way that is beneficial to you! > Synchronistic events reveal underlying patterns in our lives. > Jung believed that synchronicity gave conclusive evidence for his other theories like the archetype and collective unconscious. a process described by Jung as self realization and the integration of the contents of the psyche. Individuation is > Term derives from the Greek word "chronos" which means "time," and "synchronous" which means "synchronize in time." > When we experience synchronistic events, it expands our state of awareness because of how surprised we are when we're actually exposed to them. > Synchronicity connects us with our core consciousness; us and our extended bodies are both participating in the creative process. Match the archetypes! THE ARCHETYPE THEORY Do you recognize any of these archetypes? Three parts of the psyche: Ego
Collective Unconscious TABULA RASA Four Major Types: Self - It represents all that is unique within a human being. Shadow – It represents the traits which lie deep within us. Anima/Animus - The anima is a feminine image in the male psyche and the animus is a male image in the female psyche. Persona - How we present ourselves to the world.