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The Wolf, the Yin-Yang Dots and Enantiodromia in Psychological Process | Online Lecture by Fred Borchardt

January 19, 2021 @ 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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The well-known Norse myth “The Binding of the Wolf Fenrir”, describes how an uncontainable and physically threatening power is restrained by a very thin rope weaved out of impossible or non-existent elements. The process expressed by this archetypal example can be interpreted as an example of “Enantiodromia”, a term widely used by Jung to indicate the process of psychic energy turning into its opposite. This movement of energy depends on the principle that every force already contains within itself its opposite. This principle is visually illustrated by the well-known Eastern Yin-Yang symbol with opposite forces each containing a speck (or dot) of the other in its centre.

Although Jung uses the term enantiodromia to describe an autonomous unconscious process, it is the hypothesis of this presentation that Enantiodromia can also be utilized deliberately to facilitate psychological change in a growth process.

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January 19, 2021
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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