A Psychological Snapshot of America, January 1999
Published in the Brattleboro Reformer, January 15, 1999
“This is as strange a Maze, as ere men trod.” (Shakespeare, Tempest, v. i. 242)
Politicians and news commentators used the word surreal to describe the recent House impeachment proceedings. Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals all used this same word. One commentator said the hearings reminded him of a bad Hollywood script. This was his way of describing surreal feelings.
Explanation of the "Big" Dream Section
When Carl Jung, the psychiatrist and student and colleague and friend of Sigmund Freud, spoke to a member of a tribe in a remote part of Africa (to which no white man had ever gone), he was told that there are small dreams and big dreams.
Read more: "Big" Dreams: Explanation of the "Big Dream" Section
Short idea (131): To a vast degree, the world is not what we think or imagine or perceive or expect or want it to be.
The Mountain Archetype: A Psychological Approach
The book, The Mountain Archetype: A Psychological Approach, can be purchased in the iBooks store, on Amazon as a Kindle book, and on Kobo. It also can be accessed here. The link allows anyone to read the book for free, but it can not be downloaded.