Jung 2 Live By

2 Live By

Jungian Theory is like a religion. It’s a spiritual journey, the Hero’s
Journey as Joseph Campbell called it. Lady Heros are called Heroines,
and they travel the Great Journey, too, of course! The whole universe
seems to be moving toward balancing out the pairs of opposites, such as
dark and light, male and female, human and divine. Balance. It all comes
back to that—and synchronicity.

Are you an Introvert? Extrovert?
Intuitive? A thinker? Have you revealed your shadow? Your inner lover?
What is your destiny, your family’s? Dogs beget puppies, ducks beget ducklings,
and Gods beget Godlings. If the gods made us—in their image as some
say—then we are godlings. We’re in the process of becoming divine. If
we can just get all these little disparate parts of ourselves to agree
and live together inside our heads peacefully–we’ll be at Journey’s end.

Mythology and Jungian Theory are religion. Balancing pairs
of opposites, masculine and feminine, sacred and divine. Let your deities

Jung or Jung-Related Websites
with link suggestions.)

 An Annotated & Illustrated Collection of Worldwide Links to
Mythologies, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Sacred Arts & Traditions

Carl Jung,
Neo-Gnosticism and the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Temperament Indicator)

. . . Index of WWW Resources on Carl Gustav Jung & Jungian Psychology.

Here’s a list of the articles you’ll find on their website:

•The C.G. Jung Index
•The JungWeb
•Carl Jung: Anthology
•C. G. Jung, Analytical Psychology and Culture
•C. G. Jung Foundation of New York
•C. G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles
•Inner City Books
•Online Psych – JungWeb
•Psybernet Carl G Jung
•The Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism
•The Center for Jung Studies of Detroit Home

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