Cognition is defined as the use of conscious mental processes to acquire knowledge and understanding. Our decisions and actions depend on our cognitive capacity and maturity. Thinking is one of the four cognitive functions. To access the full potential of our cognition we need to come into contact with and tap into our the potential of Feeling, Sensation, and Intuition functions as well. This way we can employ a mode of cognition that is balanced, more comprehensive and therefore insightful.
In this module, we will draw on the works of C.G. Jung, to explore and characterize our four functions of cognition in a rigorous way. We will use a state of the art methodology to accurately measure our cognitive orientation and identify our psychological disposition. The measurement results help us gain insight into our psychological strengths and weaknesses and uncover the sources of our fascinations and frustration in life. This self-awareness will bring light to the reason behind our experiences of resonance and dissonance in the inner and outer encounters in our personal and professional life.
If you would like to...
- gain profound insights into your psychological disposition,
increase your capacity for self-reflection in a rigorous way,
contact invisible forces that drive your thoughts, feelings and behaviors,
become more aware of your strengths and limitations,
understand and use key psychological concepts in a practical way,
...then this course is for you.
The Architecture of the Psyche: Persona, Ego, Shadow, Anima and Animus.
The Extraverted Types: Extraverted Sensation, Extraverted Intuition, Extraverted Thinking and Extraverted Feeling.
Individuation: Integration of Opposites, Personal Transformation, and Inner Resonance.
The Introverted Types: Introverted Sensation, Introverted Intuition, Introverted Thinking and Introverted Feeling.
Psychological Orientations: Introversion, Extraversion, Inner and Outer objects.
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