Monthly Archives: August 2013

Jung the Mystic by Gary Lachman—Reviewed

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action “Everyone who says that I am a mystic is just an idiot.” Dr. Carl G. Jung Knowing Dr. Jung’s opinion from one of his more widely known and pithy quotes, I was prepared … Continue reading

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Numb and Tuned Out on Climate Change?

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Each week, news bulletins from the environmental front pour in, overwhelming our overloaded psyches with images of burning forests and swollen rivers. Skip_Conover‘s insight: by Mary Pipher & Pythia Peay See on www.archetypeinaction.com

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The Sacrament of Paying Attention

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The Church conducts sacraments to infuse life-changing experiences like birth, marriage, and death with sacred meaning. Many find these rituals deeply satisfying and enjoy the positive feelings they bring long afterwards. Skip_Conover‘s insight: … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr., I Have a Dream Speech–50th Anniversary

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action There are brilliant moments in human history and magical moments in our lives, when our perception of the world is crystal clear and “time” itself seems to stand still! Skip_Conover‘s insight: Will America … Continue reading

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Demystifying the Pattern(s) of Change: A Common Archetype

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action – The Birth of a Butterfly – Complex Adaptive Systems Adaptation at the Edge of Chaos – The Evolutionary Path of Chaotic Systems – Order Arising from Disorder in Dissipative Structures – Four … Continue reading

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There Will Be Blood

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action I noticed the blood during my first reading of The Red Book, but I did not comprehend its prophetic significance until I read Lament of the Dead: Psychology after Jung’s Red Book. Fundamentally, … Continue reading

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The Jung Lexicon by Jungian analyst, Daryl Sharp, Toronto

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Daryl Sharp is the publisher and general editor of Inner City Books. The Jung Lexicon has been made available to The Jung Page through the generosity of its author. See on www.psychceu.com

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The Spiral Staircase

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The constantly repeating process of fulfillment, distraction, longing, and renewal is, like our heartbeat or breath, so subtle and commonplace as to be virtually imperceptible. Skip_Conover‘s insight: by Dr. Jean Raffa See on … Continue reading

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Lament of the Dead: Psychology after Jung’s Red Book—Reviewed

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action During 2010, world renowned psychologist James Hillman* and Sonu Shamdasani**, Editor of The Red Book: Liber Novus by Dr. C.G. Skip_Conover‘s insight: by Skip Conover See on www.archetypeinaction.com

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The Wounded Healer

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action In Greek myths, Chiron was the wisest of the Centaurs and the archetype of the Wounded Healer He was accidentally wounded by an arrow that had been dipped in… Skip_Conover‘s insight: via Maxwell … Continue reading

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