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Carl Jung: Your Self selves

by cheri block sabraw W.G. Sebald’s 2001 novel Austerlitz  concerns, among many things, what happens to a person when memory is suppressed. In Sebald’s novel, Jacques Austerlitz suppresses his childhood memories, the only ones he has of his mother, father, nanny, … Continue reading

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How do you solve a problem like Maria?

Nevada, 2012. The trip on Lonely Highway 50. by cheri block How do you solve a problem like Maria? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down? For the last three years, whenever I sit down to write–be … Continue reading

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Protecting their Jung

by cheri block Santa Fe, New Mexico Boiling at 98 degrees (even the cacti are complaining) Thank you students. Your interpretations were, to varying degrees, indications of your psyches. Paul: You could have been a member of our seminar today. … Continue reading

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The day is still Jung

by cheri block Santa Fe, New Mexico Hot (low 90’s) Thunderbumpers and rain in the late afternoon. Today, we will be discussing two chapters from Carl Jung’s Modern Man in Search of a Soul, Chapters 9 (Analytical Psychology)and 10 (The … Continue reading

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Pierre and Henri

by cheri block Audrieu, France May, 2010. Inner dialogue translated to English Henri: Another silly American tourist, bringing us a sweet in exchange for a photo. Pierre: Ahh, Henri, you take up arms too quickly. Enjoy the sugar. Henri: I … Continue reading

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