"Inner self in Jungian philosophy" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 10 Dec 2023

"Inner self in Jungian philosophy" NYT crossword answer is:

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Inner self, as defined by Jungian philosophy, is the true essence of an individual's personality. It is the part of the psyche that is in touch with the unconscious and is responsible for the individual's sense of self-awareness and identity. It is the source of creativity, intuition, and spiritual growth, and is often seen as the bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind. Jungian philosophy suggests that the inner self is the key to understanding and unlocking the potential of an individual.

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