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  1. page The Ego, the Personal and the Collective Unconscious edited ... CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS Carl Jung described and divided the …
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    CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
    Carl Jung described and divided the psyche into three parts the Ego, the Personal Unconscious, and the Collective Unconscious.
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    self by Jung stinky bum,Jung, according to
    The Personal Unconscious is next to the ego and holds sheltered private experiences of an individual from earlier which the unconscious deems a threat and not part of the individual’s awareness (Maltby, Day, & Macaskill, 2010). The personal unconscious contains feelings and urges that have been actively repressed due to threatening behaviour or at present to not required (Friedman& Shustask, 2006). Jung acknowledged Freud’s theory that the unconscious is a storehouse for suppressed experiences from an individual’s memories (Pervin & Cervone, 2010).
    The Collective Unconscious (Friedman& Shustask, 2006), is the last element in the psyche and is made up of archetypes emotional symbols which are common to all individuals “transpersonal than personal” from the beginning of time, in (Pervin & Cervone, 2010) “this psychic life is the mind of our ancient ancestors, the way in which they thought and felt, the way in which they conceived of life and the world, of gods and humans beings. The existence of these historical layers is presumably the source of belief in reincarnation and in memories of past lives” (Jung, 1939, p.24). knowledge we are all born with, Psychic inheritance which influences all our experiences and behaviors as in symbols and the meanings of certain myths we recognize instantly on first visual record, furthermore artists and musicians all have shared experiences i.e. religions, corresponding dreams, fairy tales literature from all over world a universal meaning and understanding like near death experiences from several cultural backgrounds had parallel accounts (Personality theories, 2006).
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Friday, August 29

  1. page Personal Life of C.G Jung edited ... {http://www.lifepositive.com/Mind/Personal_growth/images/CarlJung.jpg} Carl Gustav Jung (1875 …
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    {http://www.lifepositive.com/Mind/Personal_growth/images/CarlJung.jpg} Carl Gustav Jung (1875 - 1961)Back to the TopTimelineHome
    Face to Face with Carl Jung - An Interview with Jung at his home in 1959
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Monday, August 18

  1. page The Ego, the Personal and the Collective Unconscious edited ... CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS Carl Jung described and divided the …
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    CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
    Carl Jung described and divided the psyche into three parts the Ego, the Personal Unconscious, and the Collective Unconscious.
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    self by Jung,Jung stinky bum, according to
    The Personal Unconscious is next to the ego and holds sheltered private experiences of an individual from earlier which the unconscious deems a threat and not part of the individual’s awareness (Maltby, Day, & Macaskill, 2010). The personal unconscious contains feelings and urges that have been actively repressed due to threatening behaviour or at present to not required (Friedman& Shustask, 2006). Jung acknowledged Freud’s theory that the unconscious is a storehouse for suppressed experiences from an individual’s memories (Pervin & Cervone, 2010).
    The Collective Unconscious (Friedman& Shustask, 2006), is the last element in the psyche and is made up of archetypes emotional symbols which are common to all individuals “transpersonal than personal” from the beginning of time, in (Pervin & Cervone, 2010) “this psychic life is the mind of our ancient ancestors, the way in which they thought and felt, the way in which they conceived of life and the world, of gods and humans beings. The existence of these historical layers is presumably the source of belief in reincarnation and in memories of past lives” (Jung, 1939, p.24). knowledge we are all born with, Psychic inheritance which influences all our experiences and behaviors as in symbols and the meanings of certain myths we recognize instantly on first visual record, furthermore artists and musicians all have shared experiences i.e. religions, corresponding dreams, fairy tales literature from all over world a universal meaning and understanding like near death experiences from several cultural backgrounds had parallel accounts (Personality theories, 2006).
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Wednesday, May 28

  1. page The Ego, the Personal and the Collective Unconscious edited ... CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS Carl Jung described and divided the …
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    CARL JUNG’S EGO, THE PERSONAL and COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
    Carl Jung described and divided the psyche into three parts the Ego, the Personal Unconscious, and the Collective Unconscious.
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    four according to Jung (Friedman&
    The Personal Unconscious is next to the ego and holds sheltered private experiences of an individual from earlier which the unconscious deems a threat and not part of the individual’s awareness (Maltby, Day, & Macaskill, 2010). The personal unconscious contains feelings and urges that have been actively repressed due to threatening behaviour or at present to not required (Friedman& Shustask, 2006). Jung acknowledged Freud’s theory that the unconscious is a storehouse for suppressed experiences from an individual’s memories (Pervin & Cervone, 2010).
    The Collective Unconscious (Friedman& Shustask, 2006), is the last element in the psyche and is made up of archetypes emotional symbols which are common to all individuals “transpersonal than personal” from the beginning of time, in (Pervin & Cervone, 2010) “this psychic life is the mind of our ancient ancestors, the way in which they thought and felt, the way in which they conceived of life and the world, of gods and humans beings. The existence of these historical layers is presumably the source of belief in reincarnation and in memories of past lives” (Jung, 1939, p.24). knowledge we are all born with, Psychic inheritance which influences all our experiences and behaviors as in symbols and the meanings of certain myths we recognize instantly on first visual record, furthermore artists and musicians all have shared experiences i.e. religions, corresponding dreams, fairy tales literature from all over world a universal meaning and understanding like near death experiences from several cultural backgrounds had parallel accounts (Personality theories, 2006).
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Monday, March 28

  1. page References edited ...  Good Reads Inc. (2011) Carl Gustav Jung: Ouotes. Good Reads. Retrieved from http://www.good…
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    Good Reads Inc. (2011) Carl Gustav Jung: Ouotes. Good Reads. Retrieved from http://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/38285.Carl_Gustav_Jung
    Jung, C.GC. G, (1939). The
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    Jung, C .C. G. (1965).Memories,(1965). Memories, dreams, reflections. Princeton,NJ:PrincetonNew Jersey: Princeton University Press.
    Mad. (2008). Carl Jung and the Philosophy of the Occult. Michael Bourne's Book of Thoth. Retrieved from http://www.book-of-thoth.com/article1792.html
    Miller, I. (1986). Introduction to Alchemy in Jungian Psychology and, Alchemical Imagination: Making Psyche Matter. Synergetic Qabala. Retrieved from http://zero-point.tripod.com/alchemy/alchemyclass.html
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  2. page References edited References:  Boerre, Beebe, J., Cambray, J., & Kirsch, T. B. (2001). What Freudians can l…

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    Boerre,Beebe, J., Cambray, J., & Kirsch, T. B. (2001). What Freudians can learn from Jung. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 18(2), 213-242. doi:10.1037/0736-9735.18.2.213
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    Personality Theories. RetreivedRetrieved from http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/jung.html
    Carlson, N. R., Martin, G., N., & Buskist, W. (2004). Psychology. Essex: Pearson Education Ltd.
    Changing Minds. (2002). Jung’s Archetypes. Changing Minds. Retrieved from http://changingminds.org/explanations/identity/jung_archetypes.htm
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  3. page References edited ... Jung, C . G. (1965).Memories, dreams, reflections. Princeton,NJ:Princeton University Press. M…
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    Jung, C . G. (1965).Memories, dreams, reflections. Princeton,NJ:Princeton University Press.
    Mad. (2008). Carl Jung and the Philosophy of the Occult. Michael Bourne's Book of Thoth. Retrieved from http://www.book-of-thoth.com/article1792.html
    Maltby, J., Day, L., & Macaskill, A. (2010). Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence (2nd ed.). Harlow: Pearson Education.
    Miller, I. (1986). Introduction to Alchemy in Jungian Psychology and, Alchemical Imagination: Making Psyche Matter. Synergetic Qabala. Retrieved from http://zero-point.tripod.com/alchemy/alchemyclass.html
    Maltby, J., Day, L., & Macaskill, A. (2010). Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence (2nd ed.). Harlow: Pearson Education.
    Pervin, L. A., & Cervone, D. (2010). Personality, Theory and Research (11th ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
    Stein, M. (1998). Jung’s Map of the Soul: An Introduction (2nd ed.). Illinois: Open Court Publishing Company.
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