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Withdrawing projections - Bill Plotkin
"In order to begin to withdraw your projections, you must first become aware that you are projecting.... Then you can ask yourself:
What exactly is the quality I like or don't like in the other?
What emotions are evoked by those qualities?
How have I acted on those emotions?
Where do I find these same qualities in myself?
What have I done to disown them and why?
In what ways might my experience of this person be similar to how I experienced someone from my family of origin?"
CGJung  psychology  psychotherapy  projection 
september 2019 by pierredv
Projection - Jung. Definition, examples and discussion
Projection. An automatic process whereby contents of one’s own unconscious are perceived to be in others
CGJung  psychology  psychotherapy  psychoanalysis  projection  Frith  Luton  * 
august 2019 by pierredv
Jung's theory of neurosis
"Although adjusted well enough to everyday life, the individual has lost a fulfilling sense of meaning and purpose, and has no living religious belief to which to turn. There seems to be no readily apparent way to set matters right. In these cases, Jung turned to ongoing symbolic communication from the unconscious in the form of dreams and visions."
CGJung  psychology  psychotherapy  dreams  Wikipedia 
august 2019 by pierredv
Imago (psychology) | Encyclopedia.com
"An unconscious prototype of personae, the imago determines the way in which the subject apprehends others. It is elaborated based on the earliest real and fantasmatic intersubjective relations with family members."
psychology  psychotherapy  CGJung 
june 2019 by pierredv

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