Self-Realization/Individuation and Jung's Methods of Instruction

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Self-Realization/Individuation and Jung's Methods of Instruction

  1. 1. SELF-REALIZATION  Also called individuation  Psychological rebirth  Process of becoming an individual or a whole person  Achieved realization of the self, minimized their persona, recognized their anima, and acquired balance between introversion and extraversion
  2. 2. JUNG’S METHODS OF INVESTIGATION
  3. 3. WORD ASSOCIATION TEST  A test of personality used in psychotherapy  It is believed that it can reveal something of a person's subconscious mind  The subject is required to respond to each of a series of words with the first word/words that comes to mind  Time for answering was measured  Unusual reactions—hesitations, slips of the tongue, blushing, laughing, clearing of the throat
  4. 4. DREAM ANALYSIS  Dreams are our unconscious attempt to comprehend a reality that can only be expressed symbolically  Feelings not expressed in waking life will find an outlet through the dream process  Jung believed that certain dreams offered proof for the existence of the collective unconscious  These dreams included big dreams, typical dreams and earliest dream remembered
  5. 5. Big dreams have special meaning for all people TYPICAL dreams common to most Earliest dreams remembered dreams that can be traced back to about age 3 or 4 and contain mythological and symbolic images that could not have reasonably been experienced by the
  6. 6. ACTIVE IMAGINATION  Technique used by Jung to uncover collective unconscious material.  Patients are asked to concentrate on an image until a
  7. 7. PSYCHOTHERAPY 1. CONFESSION- Share secrets, Catharsis 2. ELUCIDATION- Therapist clarifies 3. EDUCATION- Incorporation of insights into the patients’ personality to adapt to social environment 4. TRANSFORMATION- Therapist is transformed into a healthy individual
  8. 8. •TRANSFERENCE •COUNTERTRANSFERENCE

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