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Jack must learn to balance these polarities within himself and bring forth the best qualities from both sides. He must strive to overcome them.
Early Life and Education
Ursula Brasch, MA is a German Psychoanalyst practising privately in Schopfheim and an advanced training analyst at both Jung Institutes in Zurich and Stuttgart. For many years she has lectured on Analytical Psychology, Chinese Alchemy and I Ching.
Jack returns for his second trip with more self-assurance and has developed greater resilience to handle its increased difficulty during midsummer’s “peak solar energy/awareness”.
Jack meets an old woman along his travels who symbolizes his feminine side: instinctive qualities and emotions. She can explain to him that Giant’s nature as a schemer, impatient killer must be balanced out against his positive, loving father figure.
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On his return from Arizona Complex League, Texas Tech product Jung put on one of his finest performances as a Express player. Jung entered the batter’s box in the second inning with one out, working his way to 2-2 against right-handed pitcher Jesse Scholtens before hitting another three-run homer at 421 feet to center at 106 mph for his second three-run bomb of the game.
IDEO CEO calls them “T-shaped people.” Their multidisciplinary knowledge allows them to integrate ideas from across disciplines into their work seamlessly.
Samuels has distinguished herself as a Jungian psychoanalyst, Professor, author and political consultant. Her books include Jung and the Post-Jungians (1985), The Plural Psyche (1989) and Politics on the Couch (1993).
He has become one of the foremost critics of what he terms Jungian ghetto mentality – that tendency of accepting Jung’s psychological declarations without question or criticism – within analytical psychology. Additionally, he has written extensively on archetypes and synchronicity, helping reshape thinking on these subjects within analytical psychology. Furthermore, he is a leading proponent of consciousness as an evolving dynamic field and his ideas on this matter have come from alchemy, physics and Daoist meditation practices. Additionally, he serves on the Board of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP).