Association for Psychological Type International
The Association for Psychological Type International (APTi), founded in 1979, is an international membership organization open to any individual interested in personality type. APTi Members come from a variety of backgrounds and professions including business and industry, organizational development, religion, education, psychotherapy, and counseling. Members seek to extend the development, research, applications and ethical use of type theory. APTi is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
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Salt Lake City, UT -- July 18-20, 2017!
Let’s lead, connect, and grow in Type July 18-20 at the beautiful Marriott Downtown at City Creek in Salt Lake City, Utah. Certifications and pre-conference workshops will be held on July 16 and 17.....
BULLETIN OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPEVolume 40, Issue 9:
In this issue, we present the third and final article of Dario Nardi’s three-part series on Jung’s exploration of the Hindu world of chakras.
We hope you have enjoyed this adventuresome new topic in The Bulletin. Personally, I feel as though I’ve been on a journey into Alice’s Wonderland, the Elfin realm of Tolkien, or the village near Hogwart’s—I can’t decide which.
Now, back to Happy Typewatching!
Jung on Yoga, Part Three
By Dario Nardi
In Part Three, we finish exploring, “C. G. Jung: The Psychology of Kundalini Yoga”, edited by Sonu Shamdasani. In Parts One and Two, we covered some background and focused on lower chakras. Here, we explore the last three. As before, I hew to Jung’s approach, which conflicts at points with other traditions. Also, I introduce some everyday language and my own reactions, so please excuse me. I encourage you to reflect on each description and consider times when you manifest each chakra in your life. Also, though the chakras might remind us of particular personality qualities, all types of people express themselves through all chakras every day....................................
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