Meaning and Jungian Depth Psychology

In this paper I discuss the nature of meaning and a meaningful life from the point of view of Jungian depth psychology. First, I discuss the need for a connection to the Self, which is experienced via images that are identical to what has traditionally been attributed to the godhead. It involves the need to integrate experiences of the opposites.

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