They are within you, they are within others, and they create the very foundation of human behavior. Did you know that you can actually work with archetypes to create more love, happiness, confidence, spiritual wellbeing, and Oneness?
Archetypal energies beckon us to live a larger life. We are all healers, warriors, visionaries and teachers, but often these potentials remain in latent form. Through song, dance, storytelling and meditation we can activate these archetypes.
One question I am often asked is what books to begin reading if one is interested in the Jungian world view. My top recommendations are the books of Robert A. Johnson. They are the most accessible to someone building a Jungian vocabulary.
Highly innovative work presenting a piercing interpretation of the tarot in terms of Jungian psychology. Through analogy with the humanities, mythology and the graphic arts, the significance of the cards is related to personal growth and individuation.
Dr. Portko presents a lecture on archetypes as introduced by the Swiss psychologist Carl. G. Jung. This concept emerged in his development of analytical psychology and contemporary approaches to psychological theory and practice.