Tag: Carl Jung

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How to succeed in online learning?

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The idea behind online learning is quite simple – to enable more people to learn for less money. The mission of empowering students of all ages is a noble one, but however it is not always easy to fulfill it. Online learning is difficult for many and you have to really want to do it. The determination is not the only parameter of success. Distance learning requires big time commitment and you have to know exactly what you are going to get out of any online program before starting if you want to succeed.

Knowing some of the challenges, you might want to hear about the benefits of e-learning. (The info graph can help you understand the benefits and positive sides of the e-learning Digital learning)

How to succeed in online learning?
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Does your “shadow” love you?

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The psychologist, Carl Jung, had described the hidden part of our psyche as “the shadow”. It is the part that sometimes frightens us with the things we do not know, or do not want to know about ourselves.

Essentially it is our unconscious mind, telling us what it wants. Sometimes it comes in dreams, other times is welling up of emotion.
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Can a dream tells us the Future?

Can a dream tells us the Future?

 

Undoubtedly much has been written regarding dreams and their meanings or purpose.

Mankind has been fascinated with our dreams since the first dreamer awoke and have been wondering about what their visions meant.

Since ancient times we have looked to our dreams to find the signs of what our future holds.  The first written dreams that the human kind is aware of were in 4000 BC, whereas the earliest writings we have on dreams are primarily texts on their religious and spiritual significance.
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