Active Imagination (January 23, 2019)

Mental Note: Penmanship Have you ever found yourself in a situation wherein you needed to hastily jot down notes and were—to a certain degree—confident with your output?[i]  Only to realize that when you revisited them, you could no longer make out what you wrote down? This was the challenge of this particular post.   So IContinue reading “Active Imagination (January 23, 2019)”

Profile: Carl Jung’s Theory of Psychological Types

Jung’s Theory of Psychological Types Berens (1999) describes Jung’s theory of Psychological Types as a departure from the works of Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler as Freud’s focus on his patients “seemed to be on the external world of adjustment to the outside world,” while Adler’s practice “seemed to be more focused on the primacyContinue reading “Profile: Carl Jung’s Theory of Psychological Types”