Thought for the Week – The Black Dog

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Jung uses the struggle in his own life to
illustrate his theory. He refers to himself as
consisting of two persons.
 
Person number one he described as
his conscious [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Silly

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The word ‘silly’ comes
from the German word
 ‘seelig’, meaning, blessed
or soulful.
 
This implies,
that you will not achieve
the sacred
unless you are prepared
to make a fool of yourself
or be [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Hardness and strength

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When a person is born,
they are soft and pliable.
When they die they are
strong and hard.
When a tree grows
it is soft and pliable
but when it is [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Sincerity

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Sincerity has its origins in a Latin expression,
sine cera which means ‘with out wax’.
In ancient Rome, the rich and influential had
bronze statues made of themselves.
These [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Psychoanalyst

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A man came to see the Psychoanalyst Carl Jung
about his chronic depression.
 
Jung told him to reduce his 14 hour working day
to 8 and go home [Read More]