Archetypes, Wholeness, Jung Essay by The Research Group

Archetypes, Wholeness, Jung
This paper looks at the archetype theory of Jung.
# 74209 | 900 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Psychology (Dreams) , Psychology (Jung)


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This essay discusses the archetype theory of Jung. The writer looks at some of the archetypes Jung proposes. The writer also discusses a book by Carol Pearson on this subject, which expands on six archetypes that she considers important in life: orphan, wanderer, warrior, altruist, innocent, magician.

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"In his analysis of patients' dreams, Carl Jung recognized that the archetypal images which recurred could also be found in myths, legends and the art of ancient peoples and also in contemporary literature, art and religion. These archetypes help people connect with the Eternal and make mysteries more accessible by providing many images. In religion this is evidenced by the Catholic faith which distinguishes The Father The Son and The Holy Ghost and in Buddhism in which the one Buddha is divisible into then then facets .."

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