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A Blog about Psychology (Jungian), Spirituality and Happiness, By Roberto Lima Netto.

Active Imagination

Carl Jung and Analytical Psychology

   Carl Jung and Analytical Psychology   Carl Jung (1875-1961) was a Swiss medical doctor graduated from the University of Basel, Switzerland. Originally a disciple of Freud, he diverged from the master and founded his own school – Analytical Psychology, also known as Jungian Psychology. Jung developed important concepts in psychology. His main ideas are […]

Active imagination

Active imagination   A fantasy is more or less your own invention, and remains on the surface of personal things and conscious expectations. But active Imagination, as the term denotes, means that the images have a life or their own and that the symbolic events develop according to their own logic – that is, of […]

Saving civilization

clique para português A spiritual life can help saving civilization. George Bernard Shaw said that civilizations invariably collapse when men power outrun religion. That is what is happening now. The decline of religions all over the world is the recipe for catastrophe. Even in India, a country essentially religions, we hear of killings among Muslins […]

Beware the Devil

Clique para Português Beware the Devil Either you give it space, or it may ambush you  The Devil. In the Old Testament, Yahweh was a complete God, embracing good and evil. In fact, as he was not living in the duality, we could say that Yahweh was above good and evil. How else could we […]

Dalai Lama on Happiness

(Clique para português) Dalai Lama – The purpose of our lives is to be happy We all would like to live a happy life. How? Buddhism suggest that the source of unhappiness is desire. If you desire nothing, you will be happy. The question continues alive. Can we erase desire from our mind? Including the desire […]

Jung on Psychological Types -Basic Concepts of Jungian Psychology

(Clique para português) Jung on Psychological Types Jung said that human beings act and react differently from one another. He classified them into two attitude types: the Extraverts and the Introverts. Extraversion The attitude that characterizes certain persons that have more facility to deal with persons and objects external to the psyche. Introversion The attitude that […]

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