Tag: Carl Jung
This weekend, I was privileged to participate in an academic conference, The Talking Sky, hosted by the University of Wales and The Sophia Centre. The purpose of the conference was to explore the cultural aspects of diverse myths inspired by the heavens. Whilst many important points were made, one surfaced time and time again – i.e. although we are fascinated with the sun (ever-popular … Read More Hidden Dangers of The Hero’s (mythological) Journey
There are several important ways in which both Freudian and Jungian psychoanalysis can serve as a model for literary analysis as for example looking for the subversive in women’s literature – i.e. that which is not explicitly stated (for any number of good reasons) but nonetheless is still present. Most certainly if Austen felt so constrained to so as not to publish her novels … Read More Psychoanalysis and Critical Literary Theory
Overall, this gets Richard III to chieftain level – but not to King – and that shouldn’t be surprising because although he was crowned king, it was only because he killed off all others entitled to wear the crown
While there many paradigms through which you might view character arc change, the one that appeals most to me is based on the concept of Jungian ‘individuation’.
If I can accept this new influx of energy, and make the necessary changes in my life, then I will have taken a major step forward in the process that Carl Jung has coined, individuation.
With the sun in Aquarius (breakthrough and reform ) and the moon in Libra ( harmony and peace), today is Six of Swords Day. It is also the first day we’ve seen the sun in Oxford for some time. The Six of Swords is not a happy card. Yet it does suggest some sense of harmony resulting from coming to terms with yourself. Each … Read More Today you can win back your dignity and self respect