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Tarot, Voice, and Story. The Higher Octave Yang of expert skill in play. Actionable Imagination. Your source for clarity through creativity.
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Area 52, 2014 Edition: 52 weeks of Tarot day by day | Celery

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Area 52, 2014 Edition: 52 weeks of Tarot day by day | Celery

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57 Cognitive Biases That Screw Up How We Think

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Marci Segal, MS's curator insight, January 4, 2014 9:25 PM
Becoming aware of biases gives you opportunity to explore beyond them
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Jung & Tarot Symbolism

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The Tarot deck contains archetypal symbols that can be related to the analytical psychology of the Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung. The Tarot deck, especially the major arcana or trump cards, can be used effectively in therapy. The client, with the assistance of the therapist, conducts a reading or uses several cards to tell a story and then discusses possible meanings of the symbols in his or her own words. The therapist then relates the symbolic meanings given by the client to the client's problem in much the same manner as in Jungian dream analysis.

 

This therapeutic process can be explained by using a chaos model. Using a chaos model of therapy, a period of psychic instability is deliberately induced by the therapist through stimulation of the imagination via the Tarot symbols. Concentration on the Tarot symbols induces bifurcation points that the therapist then uses to direct change toward desired attractors. This is similar to the well-known techniques of paradoxical communication, paradoxical intervention, and prescribing the symptom, all of which induce a temporary condition of psychic instability that is required for a bifurcation.


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Jungian thought-snippet: Forget your intent and experience into every action as its fuel.

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Karen Hodgman's curator insight, June 2, 2015 7:26 AM

Jungian approach to therapeutic tarot sessions.