6 notes tagged "archetypes"
collective obsession with growth
Curious and perhaps not very subtle correlation between Hillman's words on our obsession with psychological growth and the GDP of economics.
growth archetypes society collective economics
sixty four permutations of eight
sixty four hexagrams represent the permutations of eight trigrams, each of which has specific associations: heaven, earth, fire, water, thunder,
child archetype worship
the therapy thing—you go back to your childhood. But if you’re looking backward, you’re not looking around. This trip backward constellates what
archetypal fantasy of ego development
when we conceive our life story as a Battle for Deliverance from the Great Mother – as Jung called it – we are engaged in heroics; these heroics
archetypal gods and literary reflection
how different gods can be linked with genres … gravity with Saturn, speed with Mercury, beauty with Venus, vehemence with Mars … the god of
old wise man who uses diagrams numbers and crystals
In a short paper of my own (“On Senex Consciousness” 1970 reprinted in Senex & Puer) I also tried to show that a certain style of presenting
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