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An Introduction to Type: Judging vs Perceiving

In this final installment in the series we continue our exploration of another component of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator), a personality typology based on C.G. Jung's work of personality theory. Now we will examine how you and I prefer to deal with the outer world. The words in this…

Addiction: A Jungian Perspective

“[Addiction is] the equivalent, on a low level, of the spiritual thirst of our being for wholeness.” - C.G. Jung Carl Jung was highly influential in the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Jung intuited that those suffering from addiction were actually in search of the numinous, or a spiritual experience…

Pure Food and Alchemy: Salt Lake City Transmuted into a Night of Swiss Revelry

The Jung Society of Utah will hold its Second Annual Fundraising dinner Alchemy, Art and Food on Saturday, October 10, 2015 in the Odd Fellows Hall, (26 W Market Street, Salt Lake City).  The dinner will be a wonderful opportunity for all those who have interest in psychology, philosophy, myth,…

Alchemy and the Reflective Process: An Interview with Robert Bosnak

Starting November 5th, 2015, Robert Bosnak will teach a 10-week course via JungPlatform.com based on James Hillman's Silver and the White Earth. Sign up before October 11th for an Early Bird Discount here. Jung Society staff writer Pamela Thompson sat down with Robert Bosnak to discuss the reflective process and the…

An Introduction to Type: Thinking vs. Feeling

We continue our exploration of another component of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator), a personality typology based on C.G. Jung's work of personality theory in this fourth installment of the introduction to type. This time, it's about how you make your decisions, either by objective reasoning (called Thinking, represented by…

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