Jungian Archetypal Psychology

25 Dec

I studied Jungian Archetypal Psychology with Charles Bebeau from Boulder, Co.  This theory is based on Carl Jung’s work, a Swiss psychologist, who lived in the first part of the 20th century.  I fell in love with this philosophy and am wanting to share it with anyone interested.  What I most understood from this theory is that we all have our own individual personalities; our strengths, what we like and aren’t so fond of.  In this system, there are 12 archetypes that correlate to the 12 astrological signs, like Warrior, Artist/Priestess, etc.  I have written a book called Jungian Archetypal Psychology Made Easy on www.authorhouse.com

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6 Responses to “Jungian Archetypal Psychology”

  1. Joel cosmetic January 12, 2012 at 4:17 am #

    Great post ive bookmarked it on Digg under “Jungian Archetypal Psychology jungianarchetypalpsych”. So hopefully our friends can give you a visit. Cheers!

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