October 29th, 2011 by Marty in Thought for the week
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]
October 22nd, 2011 by Marty in Thought for the week
The word ‘silly’ comes
from the German word
‘seelig’, meaning, blessed
that you will not achieve
unless you are prepared
to make a fool of yourself
or be [Read More]
October 15th, 2011 by Marty in Thought for the week
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]
October 9th, 2011 by Marty in News, Thought for the week
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]
October 2nd, 2011 by Marty in Thought for the week
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]