Tag: C G Jung

  • The True Practice of Psychology

    The True Practice of Psychology

    The true practice of psychology is human and responds compassionately to the needs of individual human beings. I thank God for people who are more interested in human beings than in systems, for, as Jung said, any large system has the moral capacity of a violent beast. Or, as Jesus said, “The letter of the law kills, but […]

  • Archetypes: What are They?

    I’ve written briefly in the past about archetypes, but it appears that it’s time for me to explain a little more about them and how they work in everyday life–particularly, how they appeal to me in my life. One of the commentators on a recent thread asked about the anima, the female part of the male, […]