rivercrow on June 13th, 2008

I attended an e-workshop presented by the eChapter of APTI. The workshop was lead by Lynda Trommelen, who spoke about how Type affects response to change/loss and how to use the insights of Type to assist folks adjusting to change/loss. One of the charts that Lynda presented originated with Recovery from Loss: A Personalized Guide […]

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rivercrow on March 30th, 2007

When I was young, I had imaginary friends. Not too unusual, especially for an imaginative kid raised in the sticks. So I read the headline “Half of adult Brits have imaginary friends” with a great deal of interest. The article is actually about how many people have friends they’ve met over the Internet but whom […]

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rivercrow on March 28th, 2007

My previous post generated a question about the difference between technical writing in a Sensing style compared to using an iNtuiting style. Writing done in a Sensing style uses more concrete examples, details, step-by-step sequences. Sensing is a more immediate time-frame, more “here and now,” or looks backward. Grammatically, more present and past tense. Writing […]

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rivercrow on March 27th, 2007

A couple weeks ago I went to a local Jungian seminar. The topic was the archetype of the path. For the first exercise, we had to select a picture from a stack–like selecting a card–and talk about it. I pulled the only B&W photo. It was a foot path through woods, just a dirt path. […]

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rivercrow on March 26th, 2007

Intuition is the clear conception of the whole at once. Johann Kaspar Lavater, Swiss theologian, 1741-1801 I found this quote on ThinkExist. It’s the same usage of the word “intuition” that Jung uses in his personality theory…. I should research it to see if there is a connection.

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