Carl Jung & Individuation – Dr Kevin Lu, PhD

https://youtu.be/lBjLuhf0HQ8 In this lecture, we will look at Jung's theory of individuation, where he maps out a path of psychological personality development that, ideally, culminates in greater self-knowledge. Intricately linked to this process is a gradual unfolding of the archetypal [...]

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