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Carl Jung on the historical origins of “Individuation.”

Lecture I 2nd May, 1941

For several semesters, I have been speaking to you about the Process of Individuation.

By this term, we understand a certain tendency of the psyche towards centralisation. 3,856 more words

Carl Jung

Who is that old man with the long white beard?

The Cafe Rio isn’t really a cafe. It’s another one of those Mexican style fast food places. It looks like a Mexican Cafe. There are tables and chairs, but the drinks, condiments and plastic table ware are “serve yourself”.  1,110 more words

Mentoring Men


I could have been arrested. Some might say I should have been. But thanks to the passage of time, I can continue leading my reckless life while the children I “endangered” have safely reached adulthood. 572 more words


Loving Alliteration #ROW80

I am amazed to find such a vast network of poets and poetry exchanges on the internet. This #ROW80 has enlightened me, encouraged me, and introduced me to resources I might never have discovered on my own.   521 more words


Sarah E Hughes, Daughter of the Confederacy

My second great grandmother was born in Alabama.  Her parents came from Mississippi and they owned slaves.  In the 1840 census, when Sarah was 11 years of age, her mother was already dead.   365 more words


Personal Dream Sequences 

Over the last few years, I’ve been open with discussing a series of mythological dreams which aligns with the individuation process. What is nice about these dreams (and sometimes disappointing) is how easy they are to interpret. 797 more words

Carl Jung


Do not forsake me
Oh my darkling Soul
When turned to see
The black of shadows
Swallow into nights
The small and flickering
Light of hope… 114 more words