"The life of most ideas consists in their controversial nature" (The Jung-White Letters, 2007, p.238)
The blog expresses a wide spectrum of opinion, responses and interpretations regarding Jung and his psychology.
Submissions may actively seek to stimulate such dialogue, within reasonable and respectful limits.  
In this way, it facilitates a living and vibrant ongoing on-line symposium around some very important topics and issues.

February 1, 2016

Churn Creek consists of almost 37,000 hectares of protected land on the west bank of the Fraser river about 100 kilometers west of 100-Mile House.  Closer to the river, the land is mostly covered with different grasses while Douglas fir trees dominate the higher elevat...

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