The Stories of Archetypes
In Jungian psychology, Hermes, is the archetype that mediates between the conscious and unconscious minds and is a key figure in healing (note his scepter) and in alchemical transformation. For the ancient Greeks, Hermes was the god of communication and the messenger of the gods to mortals. In our time, we can view him as sharing archetypal insights with us. Often shown with winged feet, he sped messages along, as modern technology does now. Happily, the authors of the blogs in this section can share wisdom about archetypes with you by writing on keyboards and then hitting send.
It is wise to clarify intents for a new year, yet resolutions often don’t work. Learn why.
In polarized times, unconscious moral certainty is the hunger that drives leaders mad,and weakens us all by feeding our fears.
My association with Storywell is truly the gift that keeps giving to all of us.
I have chosen this topic not only as one who has survived the trauma of compassion fatigue but one who has gained wisdom from my experience.
I’ve come to trust that as everyday magic. C. G. Jung called this phenomenon “synchronicity”, which means meaningful coincidences.
I’m very pleased to publish this guest blog from pioneering educator Katherine Culpepper. Her work with high school students provides a model that I would love to see replicated widely in schools today.
This is the third of a three-blog series offering an archetypal analysis or our cultural dialogue and strategies for how we get from here to there.
This is the second of a three blog series offering an archetypal analysis or our cultural dialogue and strategies for how we get from here to there.
This is the first of a three part blog series offering an archetypal analysis or our cultural dialogue and strategies for the future.
This is the second of two blogs that explore the role of archetypal narrative intelligence (NQ) in linking motivation, action, and leadership outcomes.
This is the first of two blogs that explore the role of archetypal narrative intelligence (NQ) in linking motivation, action, and leadership outcomes.
Leadership can be more than a role. At best, it is a calling to care about the world and those around us.
I’m intrigued by how many conspiracy theories are gaining traction today, and wondering how so many fellow citizens of my country can believe them...
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