In taking a closer look at myths, symbols and human experience across all human cultures one might notice identical patterns, similar narrative themes, as well as comparable symbols and experiences returning time after time. The term used to describe universal tropes of human patterning across time is, of course, archetype. An archetype binds the experience […]
Five main questions surfaced for me as I closely read the thoughtful and considered paper on transformative reversal and its brim-full of literary examples of a methodological application, transformative reversal.
Here’s fifty simple yet profoundly important psychological insights which may certainly be beneficial to you and yours. 1) The morning is wiser than the night. Today may have looked awful, but tomorrow is another day. 2) Sleep is perhaps the best medicine. 3) Never keep a grudge overnight. Talk it out before sleep. 4) […]
This short essay seeks to describe some contemporary cognitive perspectives of the underlying processes concerned with the development of ‘objecthood’ in infants.