Dr. Tom explores the psychology perspective of unity and Self-Realization.
To find peace of mind, we must go within, determine what is there, and blaze new paths to inner and outer knowledge. This is the key to find inner peace, and outer peace of mind.
Awhile back I ran into this great and vibrant blogger. I have always loved to read articles for alternative health solutions, and thought you would enjoy reading her blog. Her name is Ilona Pulianauskaite and she is an avid writer for general dietary, psychological, and emotional health solutions. This article is written as a collaboration… Continue Reading
Psychosocial theory, like psychosexual theory, divides childhood into five distinct stages. Erikson’s fourth stage of development occurs during primary school years (6-12 years of age), centers on the psychosocial crisis of industry versus inferiority, and runs parallel to latency. During this stage, the superego further adapts to social expectations. Children during this stage learn the… Continue Reading
A Jungian Analysis of Siddhartha’s Adolescent and Young Adult Development as Presented By Hermann Hesse The transition between childhood and adult-life is a tumultuous period that presents the maturing individual with a myriad of psychological and physiological changes. As the body sexually matures, the psyche begins to take on perspectives that are more adult-like. This… Continue Reading
Dr. Tom explores the archetypes of Early Adult Masculine Development: Carl Jung's theory is used to analyze Ego, Discipline, Identity, Love, & Hero's Quest.
You cannot teach a child to take care of himself unless you will let him try to take care of himself. He will make mistakes; and out of these mistakes will come his wisdom Henry Ward Beecher Far too often, I see parents assume responsibilities for their children. That’s our job, right? Our mission: shelter… Continue Reading
The Holy Triune explores the archetypal family structure using Jung's analytical theory of archetypes to explore early childhood development.
Our Archetypal Beginnings explores the initial archetypal themes that drive the psychological development process of individuation from a Jungian perspective.
The History between Hermann Hesse and Carl Jung The psychological theories of Carl Gustav Jung share a common history with the writing of Siddhartha. Hesse (2002) began work on this story in 1919 and completed the first portion of the story by 1920. He then underwent a period of severe writer’s block from which he sought… Continue Reading
Most of our world is mind-spin. The power of wisdom is to wake us to the direct experiences of things as they are. It dispels our drowsy blindness and allows us to live more of our life, rather then just experiencing the world from the conceptual realm where what we call reality is a dream… Continue Reading