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"jungian psychology" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

03:21 min | 2 weeks ago

"jungian psychology" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"The hope is to recognize the wounds and has on something that gets he'll Isn't something that especially in my culture. You'll find out here the term. Okay that she has daddy issues. And i'm disconnect us that she has daddy issues are and Women will tend to have daddy issues are more of an easy target because you do have people who prey on these women Set to say. I'm just put in you know out there. What can you suggest Other than you know you suggest suggested journal in put it out there. What would you suggest for that anyone who is listening right now to start doing it address those problems yet so you said in your culture lemonade broad matt to culture. Okay and it's called. I mean it get different names like you're a jungian. Psychology young used disturbed wella which means young girl. Okay okay dad issues. She's young or she becomes an object for male attention or she wants to whatever the male is to save her to make her. Okay how one deals with it. Well i would say get some help himself. Knowledge look at different look at different models than what you're raised with. You can find it on youtube. You find it in literature you find it in the movies videos look in see. Is this a relationship where the female is an adult. When or is she lessening her qualities and her potential by pretending she's just a little girl and that's what she learns with the absent father you oftentimes but again she can learn to grow up if she pays attention to it. I would say there's another thing. It's always helpful when people say you know you have daddy issues your little your act like a girl. I mean really name it in so does it bother you. Do you want to talk about it. Can we explore it. I mean you can do this as france as well. But let's figure out. Why are we buying this. And is this what we really want. It's a matter of gaining consciousness from taking on unconscious position of being little and young rather than the maturity of having your own stance req- fisher in that. Yeah and i'm gonna flip it now going over to the mail you yes so you would find where the mail is a little bit different. But as they get older they tend to be more aggressive..

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"jungian psychology" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

04:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"jungian psychology" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"Our inspirational spiritual and personal growth episodes. Now let's jump in all about people. Welcome to episode. It's all about your host and suzanne schwartz. I hope i didn't butcher it. I think i got it right. Welcome susan thank you so much and thank you for having me. Of course yeah. Thank you for joining us. Today will be talking about the absent father effect on daughters. And that's a book. Suzanne role before i go on and on i'll have suzanne tell us a little bit more about herself. Welcome suzanne thank you very much. I'm let me be breathe. I am an analyst of jungian psychology and clinical psychologist. What that means is that people bring various issues. Father's daughters and their hurts. They feel inside and their emotions and we go more deeply into it than like a band-aid sue the book and any deeper inner work addresses the unconscious and the figures that we carry within ourselves are helpful in also fruitful. Thank you thank you for sharing that So i'm gonna jump into the book and based on your experience right. Can you share with us. Three effects an absent father has on their daughter. Yes i would say. One of the effects is on how she views herself with pride confidence low self esteem high self esteem freedom to express who she really is not who. He wants her to be so. That's an effect on your psyche and her personality also in effect on your body. How she knicks here. She takes care of herself while she feels about yourself. How she feels an object or how she feels as real and they're also isn't effect in society. Which would be how much she is able to. Put yourself out there to be respected to require respect to break through whatever ceilings the dominant patriarchal culture is imposed. And i'm not saying that in a negative way against patriarchal culture but it is quite prominent. Because it's how we are already used. That's our culture and we went so it doesn't limit us and so we do with our life what we want our entire life so it really affects. You said three so body mind and soul you could say but in many different aspects of what it is to be a woman female. A little girl while baddeley's meet some right next question so all of that is from the absence of a father right so we're gonna go over to the sun. Do you find where the absence of the father has Similar effect on the sun. In do you find where these as a both sons and daughters grow older. Do you find where they have the same issue or is it. More of a son will has different has different. It has a different effect on the sun versus the daughter. Do you find that yes. I think you're right. It does because we are all socialized. A bit differently to on the sun would be socialized. This is a stereotype to hope in his emotions to pretend he's not hurt to not be able to share deeply how he feels and to ignore his feelings. The daughter is usually raised to be more attentive to herself into others again. This is a stereotype but basically they both share the hurt of the absence and the absence of talking about is a father who might be actually physically present but is absent emotionally and or has been neglectful of his daughter into sun and also might have been abusive violent to the children but also to the partner..

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"jungian psychology" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

The Alchemical Mind

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"jungian psychology" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

"Sometimes it can be easy to get distracted as you begin analyzing ancient texts in the symbology of the work and I always talk about this kind of thing off for today's episode. I want to dive into something. That's a little more practical even though as I read it. It may not seem that way and what we're going to be discussing today is Carl Jung the seven servants to the dead welcome to the alchemical mind. I'm sure for many of you. I don't need to describe who Carl Jung was but I'll give you a little brief synopsis and kind of tie-in how this all relates to our series of gnosticism because what I'm about to read is going to blow some of your minds because this is coming not from an ancient source that could be found in the Nom wah tea or any of the other codices that contain Gnostic scripture, but it comes from Carl Jung himself who was instrumental in the development of modern psychology. Of course psychology has broken up into many different schools. But I would say that even today Still Remains true that the main schools of psychology still related to the work of Siegfried and Carl Young and these two guys were friends. They were working together to try to come up with a science of the Mind as you would say now one of the main differences between these two guys is in their approach to psychology through figuring out the signs of the mind and what will become very clear as we dive into this text. Is that these Jews young and so while at first Freud and Jung were kind of friends, they're working together trying to come up with some semblance of Truth for how the mind worked as it began diving deeper into the work. They had a split and the split happened roughly around the time when young began working on seven service of the dead and really dead. Probably even before that it it stems mainly from his work and the red book and if you've never read the red book then a highly recommend you do it is a an amazing piece of mystical literature, but really it's much more than that because remember as we dive into mysticism the more and more we dive into it. We see that these mystical truths that were reading about through various supposed to be schools in various Traditions that were talking about. These are not just purely spiritual things of fancy, right? These aren't discussions of God and superpowers and whatever else you might think is embedded in these texts. These are truths about the reality of The Human Experience the truth about the reality of life experience. And if you take these things too, literally you start coming off with some crazy dogmatic thing and in which there is no limitation to the amount of fancy that dog Instill into it now with that said I'm not saying that there are no entities that there's no Angels or demons or goblins or unicorns a Santa Claus. What I'm saying is the opposite of saying that all these things are true all these things exists in this relates very deeply to the work that young was doing and if you're not familiar with Young's work, you should look up his work on archetypes which has been key in understanding a lot of different disciplines obviously mythology and the comparative religious studies is one of them but also in how people begin to understand life and how the mind creates the world that is around us. So even though this has become a very material realistic concrete science the the tenets of jungian psychology at least again Freud went a different direction stem from these deeply seated archetypes are embedded in your brain, and I've talked about this at length Never really mentioning young but of course as should be fairly evident by now..

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