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'When that amusing "Pauli effect" of the overturned vase occurred, on the occasion of the founding of the Jung Institute, I had the immediate and vivid impression that I should "pour out water inside"'

Wolfgang Pauli, Letter to Carl Jung.
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The apples are getting closer...a few more weeks. 
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Just back from the first pickin' session of the season at Crystal Lake
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What do you mean you haven't won the lottery?
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The binding of life's particular challenges...
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Perhaps it's implied in nature herself...
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More proof that canines foster attachment dynamics...
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that and the transmission of rabies ;-)
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a lovely photograph!
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Director of Development - The Family Foundation School
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I am a Jungian blogger and I invite you to visit my site. I have an essay waiting for you on Embodied Active Imagination, a technique that helps us enter a dream state while awake. 

My passion is psyche/soul, the soul of individuals and the Soul of the World, the Anima Mundi. 

My posts on G+ explore Jungian psychology through word and image.  I also tend to share quality content  I find on the web related to my interests.

A few of my G+ posts as a sample:


I live with my family in the rural community of Fremont Center, NY, tucked in the Southwestern foothills of the Catskill Mountains, and work as the Director of Development at The Family Foundation School.

I'm in my third year of studies at The C. G. Jung Institute of New York training to become a Jungian analyst.  Course work includes dream interpretation, mythology, active imagination, the dynamics of psyche, transference/countertransference, and case seminars.  

  • C. G. Jung Institute of New York
    Jungian Psychoanalysis, present
  • Wesleyan University
    M.A.L.S., 92
  • Fordham University
    BA Philosophy/Theater, 88
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AT&T FamilyMap™

When you need to know where your kids are, use AT&T FamilyMap®.With AT&T FamilyMap®, you can conveniently locate family members, even those

Art of the Hobbit: Never-Before-Seen Drawings by J.R.R. Tolkien

A lively new look at one of the most beloved fantasy stories of all time.

For Love Of The Game - The Family TimesFor Love Of The Game - The Family...

Phil L. : 24 January 2013 Assistant Coach Bryan L. watching the boys warm up for a game against Florida. Today Bryan L. started his morning

Remembering James Hillman

We buried James Hillman three days ago in a small country cemetery in northeast Connecticut, just as an unseasonal early nor'easter bega

The End of the Line

A look at dread, death and the nightmare in psychoanalytic process.

Shame, The Invisible Affect and Psychoanalysis

Shame explored as a difficult challenge in the psychoanalytic process, recognizing that as an archetypal affect, the ego cannot just dispose

» 6 Facts About Transpersonal Psychology - World of Psychology

I don't remember learning about transpersonal psychology in my clinical psych program. (With all that reading and lack of sleep, it's also p

The Robert Moss BLOG: Dreaming giant waves of change

Dreaming giant waves of change. Morro das Pedras, Santa Catarina Island, Brazil. One of the happiest - and most life-transforming - dreams t

Psychoanalysis and Narrative Development

The importance of the narrative disclosure in psychoanalytic process, exploring how psychoanalysis depends on narrative discovery and creati

Tried to "eat, pray love," but I only passed out

Individuation leads us where no one else has gone.

Carl Jung on Dark Portents

Exploring dark portents and omens as portrayed in the works of Carl Jung.

Approaching Harvest: the week in review - Richard Reeve

This weeks posts to spark your interest in Jungian psychology. Autumn's Lush Field · Feeling Through Seeing · Our Myth Cracked Open on 9/11

Carl Jung and the Mystery of Psychological Development

A look at Carl Jung's theory of the combination of the opposites in psychological development.

Resistance in the Psychoanalytic Process

How and why resistance dynamics manifest in psychoanalytic process.

Our Myth Cracked Open on 9/11 - Richard Reeve

Survey at the myth behind the storyes of our times, including 9/11.

Autumn's Lush Field - Richard Reeve

…this is how the beginning of the school year often feels to me. Full of potential. Full of opportunity. In some ways moving into autumn and

The Personal and the Collective Unconscious in Jungian Psychoanalysis

Distinguishing between the personal and collective levels of the unconscious and how they manifest in Jungian psychoanalysis.

Jungian Psychoanalysis and the Experience of Sacred Terror

An imagined view of Jungian psychoanalysis, rendering a descent to the collective unconscious to bring about a new attitude and expanded con

Archetype and Image: Carl Jung and Psyche

Archetypes are indiscernible realities which present themselves to the ego, among other ways, in dream images according to Carl Jung.

What is an Archetype?

An exploration of the unconscious psychological structure defined by Carl Jung as the archetype.