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What is Jungian Context

Handbook of Research on Global Media’s Preternatural Influence on Global Technological Singularity, Culture, and Government
In Jungian therapy, “context” refers to every inner and outer electromagnetic, cultural, personality typology known about a patient for the purpose of establishing total “empathy” between the psychiatrist and the patient. This is a uniquely important aspect of Jungian therapy because it precludes any and all degrees of patient coercion by a therapist. This contextual factor makes Jungian therapy unique as an authentic way to empower (heal) a patient. It also applies to any educational dynamic that advances (heals) a student (Childre, 2019c; McCraty et al., 2017; McCraty & Childre, 2010).
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Dramatic Premise and Human Purpose: Has First Cause Intention and Democratic Rule of Law Been Trumped?
Stephen Brock Schafer (Pacific Rim Enterprises, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8884-0.ch003
Carl Jung's therapy is based on the dramatic structure of dreams, and current neurobiology and semantics confirms that drama—as defined by Plato—is the electromagnetic (EM) pattern of human reality. Therefore, fractal universal structure may be perceived in everything—“as above, so below”—and First Cause morality and intention can be correlated with contextual human purpose. Dramatic premise is a common denominator that integrates all of the dramatic components (plot, character, exposition, and lysis). First Cause Intention trickles down to personal harmony of purpose, but FC morality has always been problematic for humans. What part does evil play in the drama of human-cultural morality? Due to the significant difference of scale, human “contextuality” must be factored into the equation for moral behavior. Today's artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms for media technology can be used to foster authentic FC “coherent entrainment” according to Carl Jung's ratio between archetypes of the unconscious and their relatively conscious projections as archetypal representations (AR).
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