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The 12 Jungian Personality Archetypes: Which Ones Are You?

The human mind is complex. With the help of neuroscientists, modern psychology is still trying to work out how the mind and consciousness works. But we don’t seem to be any closer to understanding than Sigmund Freud or Carl G. Jung.

Jungian archetypes

Jung’s theories have largely been dismissed as pseudo-philosophy because of their mystical nature. He agreed with ancient wisdom that said there is only the one True Self. Until we discover that Truth, we have a split personality disorder.

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Hatun Rumiyoc – The Great Inca Walls of Cusco

During the reign of the Incas, Cusco was the capital of Peru. Its name derives from its original Quechua name, Qusqo, meaning the naval of the world. Today, Cusco is mostly visited by tourists on their way to Machu Picchu.

The Plaza de Armas in Cusco
The Plaza de Armas in Cusco

This attractive city is relatively easy to navigate and has a distinct European flavour; Spanish-style churches and regal buildings lining narrow, cobbled streets.

Cusco thrived during the time of the Inca and attracted visiting tribes from far and wide. Members of other cultures marvelled at the technically advanced architecture of the Inca, a prime example of which is still evident a short walk from the main square, Plaza de Armas. Continue reading Hatun Rumiyoc – The Great Inca Walls of Cusco