#TheoryThursday

Jung’s map of mind is very believable and reflects a number of other positions. Would make a wonderfully hipster t-shirt as well Few people have had as much influence on modern psychology as Carl Jung; we have Jung to thank for concepts like extroversion and introversion, archetypes, modern dream analysis, and the collective unconscious. Psychological terms coined by Jung include the archetype, the complex, synchronicity, and it is … Continue reading #TheoryThursday

Escape into a Good Book

Escape into a good book at https://www.mindonfirebooks.com/shop #reading #bookstagram #books #book #read #bookworm #booklover#bookish #bibliophile #booknerd #bookaddict #instabook #reader #love #b#bookshelf #writing #booksofinstagram #bookstagrammer #bookaholic#literature #bookphotography #booklove #library #igreads #instabooks#education #readersofinstagram #bookblogger #bhfyp Continue reading Escape into a Good Book

Sir Alfred Hitchcock Born OTD in 1899

Sir #AlfredHitchock AKA The Master of #Suspense was known for employing a kind of psychological suspense in his films, producing a distinct viewer experience. He was born #OTD in 1899. His films are marked by a macabre sense of humour and a somewhat bleak view of the human condition.   Hitchcock attended the Jesuit school St. Ignatius College before going on to attend the University … Continue reading Sir Alfred Hitchcock Born OTD in 1899

Have Any of you read this?

Have any of you read “Practical Demon Keeping” or anything else by this author, Chirstopher Moore. Wondering if I should give it a try 🙂   #ReadingCommunity #WritingCommunity #AmReading #Read #Book #Bibliophile #ebook #bookpromos   https://www.amazon.com/Practical-Demonkeeping-Pine-Cove-Book-ebook/dp/B000GCFBYW/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=hermeticlibrary-20&linkId=4e0af23cff23207ac39b35377239e6b1&language=en_US&fbclid=IwAR1qFS7ElAW5im_21LBJuTH5HlW6Jdrrpu-cZF-kJ1nZlDQ_CcA8PCa0xMk Continue reading Have Any of you read this?

Monster Monday: The Grey Lady of Willard Library

#MonsterMonday: Willard Library of Evansville, Indiana has been dealing with an apparition for 80 years. She is known as the Grey Lady. It all began in 1876 when real estate and railroad mogul Willard Carpenter began to bring his dream of building a library into fruition. As a fervent abolitionist, it was his desire that the library “be maintained for the free use of all persons who … Continue reading Monster Monday: The Grey Lady of Willard Library