Monthly Archives: February 2014

Why Will Women Change the Map from Red to Blue?

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The biggest underlying question in Political Psychology relates to what a party must do to change the opinion of its opponent’s supporters. The answer is that people have to know the truth for … Continue reading

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The Tea Party: Destructive Force or Savior?

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action “Jung’s own sense of the difficulty made him tell a rabbinical story of how God wanted to make a world with his mercy and his justice. The trouble was that if he used … Continue reading

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The Tea Party: The Limbaugh Legacy

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The question that dominates the political mind of many Americans is, “How did the Tea Party get so strong? Why can Rush Limbaugh spew his vile message of divisiveness and hate, and get … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Yourself Think?

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Modern life conspires to prevent us from finding our true nature. Not everyone, of course. Some of us are blessed to have a clear communications channel with our Soul our psyche our Self, … Continue reading

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Biography & Creative Lives: Judith Mackrell’s ‘Flappers: Six Women of a Dangerous Generation’

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Two books examine the lives of outrageous female celebrities of the 1920s. Skip_Conover‘s insight: Remind me of my GrandMothers! See on www.nytimes.com

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The Story of Transpersonal Psychology – Science of the Soul

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The definitive documentary history of the Transpersonal Psychology movement. Includes interviews with many of the field’s luminaries such as co-founder of th… See on www.youtube.com

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The Realm of the Mothers

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action In the Introduction to the Second Section of Symbols of Transformation (SoT), Carl Jung speaks of and quotes a section of Goethe’s Faust. In the story, Faust descends to the realm of the … Continue reading

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Leave No Brother Behind: A Sister’s War Memoir–Reviewed

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action Did you lose a loved one in battle? Did you serve in the military and lose a comrade in battle? Are you in one of the tens of thousands of families who lose … Continue reading

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Meltem Arikan: “We were prevented from expressing ourselves freely”

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action On the evening of 2 June, the Turkish authorities would start naming and blaming in an attempt to explain this eruption of anti-government protest. As the finger pointing evolved into a hate campaign, … Continue reading

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HOW WOMEN AND MEN MOVE INTO THE DIGITAL AGE!..

See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action The 2000s are the years of transition from the old, Analogue world order to the new Digital one. The old world, which we call “Analogue”, is a world in which Newton mechanics has … Continue reading

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