Tag Archive: wellbeing

Oct 06

Guest Post: Carl Jung was right…

By Carla Van Walsum Carl Jung was right. He is not only known for developing his Shadow-work and the Personality Archetypes, but also for his brilliant contribution to the phenomenon: Collective Consciousness. Collective consciousness is about the consciousness of families, tribes and (sub)-groups. One of the characteristics is that one individual’s will-power and personality is …

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Sep 01

Guest Post: The Power of Curiosity

By Laurenne Di Salvo Curiosity is a wonderful thing, and not just because it piques your interest about something new, allowing you to learn and grow. Curiosity is also a key pathway to wellbeing, in large part because it fosters a mindful approach. Let me explain. Curiosity helps us suspend judgement – If we’re curious …

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