This post is not yet written, but here is some related material: In this thread I hope to highlight the over-arching theme or myth of Judgment and Perception, as I see them both via samples and their psychological proclivities. What is the myth of Judgment (Order) as a unity? What is the myth of Perception […]Continue reading "Myths of Transcendence"
King/Queen & Prince/Princess To understand why Je and Ji are designated as the King/Queen and Prince/Princess respectively, we have to unpack the archetypal qualities of these two characters. But before that we have to explore the connection between politics, royalty, and J. We must see how politics and royalty are – and have always been […]Continue reading "Je: King/Queen & Ji: Prince/Princess"
The Articulator: The King/Queen THE MORAL CHARACTER: Passionate Competitive Dominating Aggressive Prideful Exacting Critical Self-Challenging Success-Oriented Unyielding Devoted The King is always striving. There is always “something that needs to be done” and they are in the place/state to do it. Whether the person is of any real status or not, The King spontaneously self-proclaims […]Continue reading "King, Prince, Senex, Puer"
Disclaimer: I don’t know how successful this will be, but this will be my first lucid attempt to explain my thoughts and evolving understanding of what CT is. And by that I mean what CT really is in terms of how it fits into (and arose from) human nature. Particularly under the lens of Jungian […]Continue reading "J: Order vs P: Chaos"