"Inner self in Jungian philosophy" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 10 Dec 2023

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Inner self, in Jungian philosophy, is a concept that refers to the unconscious part of the psyche that is the source of creativity, intuition, and spiritual growth. It is believed to be the part of the psyche that is in touch with the collective unconscious, which is a shared repository of knowledge and experience that is common to all humanity. Jungian philosophy suggests that by connecting with the inner self, one can unlock the potential for personal growth and development.

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