12 Jungian Archetypes: The Foundation of Personality

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In the vast tapestry of human existence, woven with the threads of individual experiences and collective consciousness, lies a profound understanding of the human psyche.
At the heart of this understanding, Carl Jung gifted us with a map—a map not of physical territories but of psychological landscapes.
Within this guidance, we discover the intricate patterns of our deepest motivations, fears, and desires—the archetypes that underpin the very foundations of our personalities.
As therapists, delving into the realm of Jungian archetypes offers us a lens through which we can better understand, empathize with, and guide our clients on their journey of self-discovery and healing.
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