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Jungian Ideas on Engaging Employees Through Team Building

Companies with engaged employees have 2.5x higher revenues than companies with low engagement, and understanding Jung's theories could help those who are struggling with the latter. Engagement occurs when the employees of a company feel they are supported by those in leadership positions and believe they effectively contribute to the…

Diane Hamilton on the Creative Play of Opposites

Diane Musho Hamilton is a gifted mediator, facilitator, and teacher of Zen and Integral Spirituality. In her late 20s and early 30s, she trained to become a professional mediator. "My professional life was really structured around working with people in conflict. Whenever you are working conflicts, you’re encounter sets of…

Improve Your Employability Through The Teachings Of Jung

Improving your chances of becoming employed is all about rejecting the concept that your job says something about the type of person that you are. That way you will have the confidence to put yourself forward for new and interesting tasks and roles. Your strategy in getting a job should…

A Jungian Perspective on Death

Ironic, but one of the most intimate acts of our body is death. So beautiful appeared my death—knowing who then I would kiss, I died a thousand times before I died. “Die before you die,” said the Prophet Muhammad. Have wings that feared ever touched the Sun? I was born…

The Goddess Notes IV: Oya, Orisha of Wind and Storm, Queen of the Dead, Goddess of the Marketplace

 Nupe way station
 To the nether world
 Linking us with ancestors Oya
 Preserver of links
 Yet as wind 
    As hurricane
 As tornado
 As lightning A destroyer
 A woman to her core
 In Africa
 Venerated Goddess Oya

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