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Saturday November 9, 2019 • 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Jung's Types as Gateways of Symbolic Experience
Kiley Laughlin (INTJ preferences)
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In this session, you will learn why Laughlin describes the human personality as a gateway or bridge between the inner and outer world, and that types describe the ways that ego-consciousness relates to the outer and inner world. By understanding the way types appear in symbols, we can better assess our own type development, which drives the process of individuation.
Participants will take away from this session:Jung’s 4 functions are symbolic modes of apprehension and perceptual experience.
That the 4 functions in both their extraverted and introverted capacities are formative to construction of symbols in everyday life.
The human personality can be viewed as a system of energetic process
The concept of libido or “psychic energy” is the bedrock of Jung’s typology
This presentation is geared for those with beginning & intermediate type knowledge.
Kiley Laughlin has a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute as well as a M.A. He has a B.A. in Social Sciences from California State University, Chico. Kiley is a 26 year veteran of the Armed Services and currently serves both as a Lieutenant Colonel in the California army National Guard in Sacramento, CA. and a Battalion Commander at the 223rd Military Intelligence Battalion in San Francisco. He has used his knowledge of types and depth psychology to help the army improve leadership and its organizational integrity. He has written articles for the Quadrant Journal, Personality Type in Depth. His Doctoral Dissertation was entitled: Treasure Hunting: A Hermeneutical Inquiry into the Final Painting of Liber Novus Proquest. Kiley has INTJ preferences.
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