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Psyche, remember, is Greek for soul, which to my mind is what psychology is all about. Carl Gustav Carus, Jung's namesake, knew that 150 years ago. What vision he had! In 1846 he defined psychology as the science of the soul's development from the unconscious to the conscious. Can you imagine how revolutionary that was? He recognized both the creative and compensatory functions of the unconscious, which Jung subsequently championed. " "Yes," said Adam, "but cognitive and clinical too. In the main stream of psychological discourse, soul is verboten.

The poor fellow died in abject sorrow, with the painful realization that he had lived his life according to other people's values. For all his good intentionsor, and how difficult this was to admit, possibly even because of themhe himself had not lived at all. "I took this story to heart and began haunting the area called the Niederdorf, the lower town, where bars and restaurants are open till all hours and ladies of the night stand on corners with umbrellas. At first I hung back; I just watched people and sketched them.

The poor fellow died in abject sorrow, with the painful realization that he had lived his life according to other people's values. For all his good intentionsor, and how difficult this was to admit, possibly even because of themhe himself had not lived at all. "I took this story to heart and began haunting the area called the Niederdorf, the lower town, where bars and restaurants are open till all hours and ladies of the night stand on corners with umbrellas. At first I hung back; I just watched people and sketched them.

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