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Psychic Energy
An energy by which the work of the personality is performed. Also called psychological energy.
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Personal unconscious
Contains the forgotten memories of the individual
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Collective unconscious
In Jungian psychology it refers to that part of a person's unconscious that is common to all human beings.
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Archetypes
Can be seen as 'image generators'. They are distinct from the actual images they generate.
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Persona
The aspect of someone's personality/character presented to others; the Latin origin is a 'mask'.
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Individuation
The process by which individuals integrate the conscious and unconscious parts of their personality. It results in a psychologically balanced personality, through the acceptance of the various archetypes into the conscious mind. Or 'integration'.
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Mandala
Design based on a perfectly balanced circle, the centre of which is emphasised. This design is traditionally understood to represent balance and wholeness.
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The Shadow
Arcetype which portrays the darker side of our characters.
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Anima
Archetype which portrays the feminine side of the male.
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Animus
Archetype which portrays the masculine side of the female.
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Numinous
Jung used Otto's work. The feeling of the holy and includes awe, fascination, religious awareness and the smallness of the self. Rudolf Otto.
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Ineffable
The experience cannot be communicated through speech.
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Contains the forgotten memories of the individual

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Personal unconscious

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In Jungian psychology it refers to that part of a person's unconscious that is common to all human beings.

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Can be seen as 'image generators'. They are distinct from the actual images they generate.

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The aspect of someone's personality/character presented to others; the Latin origin is a 'mask'.

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